Buh Bye Summer, Mass Says, “Hello Elizabeth Warren,” Plus Nurse Advocates | Coming Up on Show 421
It’s amazing but Labor Day is right around the corner and that means summer vacation is but a distant memory. And speaking of summer vacations, Dan returns from Maui more exhausted than when he left. We thought he was going to relax and do some surfing—drink some beer and maybe go to a few luaus. Not exactly.
This week we visit with Massachusetts Nurses Association‘s president, RN Donna Kelly Williams. Donna brings us up to date on all things Mass including the upcoming Day Of Action, the continued fight for fair and equitable RN-to-patient ratios, The Main Street Campaign, (to find out about the Main Street Campaign go to National Nurses United’s website) and the Mass Nurses Association’s recent endorsement of Elizabeth Warren for Senator. Oh if we could only find enough Elizabeth Warrens to fill the halls of Congress!
We talk with Greg Batte who has started a nurse advocacy organization called—surprise— Nurse Advocate Organization. Listen to the show to find out more and check out our Resources page at nursetalksite.com.
Lots of good things in the coming weeks and a few surprises! Webcams are coming to the studio and we will be broadcasting some shows live. This means Nurse Talk crew makeovers for all of us! Hair and make up? Lord, there isn’t enough in the county to cover us all!!! Sorry Dan. And we will be doing some broadcasts on location so stay tuned. We are coming out of the studio and into your neighborhoods!
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