• The recent ruling in Nashville, convicting former Vanderbilt University Medical Center nurse RaDonda Vaught of criminally negligent homicide and impaired adult abuse, sets a dangerous precedent for nurses and other essential healthcare workers. At a time when frontline healthcare workers are pausing to breathe after a grueling two years of responding to the COVID-19 pandemic, […] Read more

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  • As we enter a third year of the pandemic breaking COVID records, healthcare workers continue pushing beyond our limits and propping up a healthcare system on the brink of collapse. Residents and our fellow healthcare workers are working through exhaustion, severe staff shortages, and a critical lack of support at our hospitals. Many of us […] Read more

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  • As resident physicians, we know firsthand how the culture of retaliation in academic medicine can isolate and intimidate. As a union, we stand in solidarity with Dr. Kristin Carmody, who recently filed a lawsuit against NYU Langone. Her lawsuit alleges that NYU Langone discriminated against her because she supported resident and union colleagues who advocated […] Read more

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