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Published on Mar 5, 2012
Millions have lost their jobs and their homes, face bankrupting medical bills, and are jammed into over-crowded classrooms and emergency rooms. Soup kitchens, food pantries and food stamps now provide sustenance for millions more.
NNU Executive Director, RoseAnn DeMoro recently called on RNs nationwide to share stories about how the economic crisis is impacting their lives at home, and in their hospitals and communities. Their hundreds of heartfelt responses were deeply moving.
This is the story of Anna Barker, RN from El Paso, Texas. She is a newborn nursery RN of 29 years who must decide between life-saving medication and paying the electricity bill.
Tell your story at mainstreetcontract.org or find out more at nationalnursesunited.org