On Aug. 15 to 17, three Washington nurses will be honored by the National Council of State Boards of Nursing at its annual awards ceremony.
WSNA recently won a significant settlement with Washington State Labor & Industries and King County over mandatory overtime violations.
We know overdoing it with sugar is bad for our health, yet we still eat more of it than we should.
The Governor's proclamation makes it official: May 6-12, 2018 is Nurses Week in Washington state!
The Washington State Supreme Court ruled in favor of RNs who filed a lawsuit against their employer for failing to ensure nurses' rest and meal breaks.
Spring is the perfect time to tidy up and organize. Regain control over your home and work space by participating in our 10 day Spring Declutter challenge.
In efforts to combat the opioid crisis in our country, the Drug Enforcement Agency is sponsoring National Prescription Take-Back Day Saturday, April 28.
ANA’s Healthy Nurse Healthy Nation Step It Up in 10 challenges participants to increase their step count over a ten day period.
Join WSNA for Nurse Appreciation at the Seattle Mariners vs. Los Angeles Angels game on Sunday, May 6. Discount tickets available at Mariners.com/Nurses.
Nurses House, Inc. is launching its seventh annual Dolphins for Nurses campaign to raise funds for registered nurses in need from April 12 to May 12.
In this seven-day challenge, we're focusing on curbing your fast food cravings!
The U.S News & World Report has recognized the exceptional work and dedication at the UW School of Nursing and released their rankings for the 2019 Best Graduate Schools with UW at the top.
Beginning March 12, challenge yourself to get at least the three recommended servings of whole grains daily.
So much to do and so little time to do it... but what if you could find small ways to focus on YOU each and every day?
Join the challenge! As the Healthy Nurse, Healthy Nation Grand Challenge continues through 2018, the month of February is dedicated to growing your resiliency and making the time for yourself.
NFN celebrates its history and plans for the future.
Each year, WSNA’s Cabinet on Economic & General Welfare recognizes outstanding leaders in Local Units across the state. These fearless nurses, nominated by their peers, received their awards at WSNA’s Leadership Conference in late September 2017. Congratulations to all of them for their dedication and outstanding work on behalf of WSNA members!
Many of us have experienced firsthand with opioid use disorder. It is often misunderstood as a social or moral issue, instead of as a chronic illness.
Congratulations to our very own Hall of Fame member, Patty Hayes, MN, RN for her recognition as one of Seattle Magazine’s Most Influential Seattleites of 2017.
You are critical to the nation’s health care system, but research has shown the health of a registered nurse is worse than that of the average American.
We wanted you to get to know Executive Director Sally Watkins, Ph.D., RN better as a person and nurse, so we asked her some questions.
Welcome your new 2017-2019 board of directors, committees, councils and cabinet!
It is with heavy hearts that we add our voices to those who have called for tolerance and inclusion this week. Discrimination and intolerance are unacceptable to us as nurses and as Americans.
See photos from the August 4, 2017 retirement party for Judy Huntington.