New Jersey lawmakers agreed to boost funding by about $35 million for University Hospital in Newark as part of the last-minute budget negotiations that added more than a billion dollars to the proposed state spending plan for the fiscal year
State’s biggest health insurance company says it must restructure to compete, but critics warn coverage for 2M residents could be imperiled
At the height of the COVID pandemic three years ago, my nursing colleagues and I were struggling to keep patients alive. Since then, we’ve faced many surges in COVID cases.
Trenton Legislators heard Our Voices, as we called on them to pass an effective, enforceable staffing ratio bill to keep patients safe, keep us safe, and stop the bleed of nurses leaving the profession at alarming rates. It was a
Nurses say New Jersey hospitals continue to be critically understaffed and therefore less safe, with far fewer medical professionals to attend to patients.
New Jersey ranks among the 10 states with the most unfilled registered nurse positions with 13,404, according to Adzuna, a job listing site
The positive change that I am looking for will come if Rutgers can agree to fair contracts with labor unions that respect the sacrifices and humanity of workers, an ideal that Rutgers’ leaders often give lip service to but hardly
HPAE Nurses Leaflet at Hospitals Across New Jersey, Building Momentum to Next Month’s Rally in Trenton for Safe Staffing Frontline healthcare workers will gather at NJ State Capitol on Thursday, May 11, 2023 to urge lawmakers to mandate enforceable staffing
The problem is clear. Frontline health care workers continue to migrate out of bedside nursing at an alarming rate because of untenable working conditions.
A 2020 Rutgers magazine profile about Jonathan Holloway shares an anecdote about the advice the elder Wendell Holloway gave to his son: come from the right family, be in a solid marriage, develop a golden resume and a trove of