The Healthcare Sector

Mental Health Resources for Healthcare Workers

National Nurses United Covid-19 Mental Health Resources

NAMI Health Care Professionals support page

12 Resources for Healthcare Workers Struggling with their Mental Health

Past Organizing Stories

North Carolina Nurses Seek Their First Union

Frontline Hospital Workers Wildcat Against Massive Cuts to Public Healthcare

With Grievance Process Suspended, Healthcare Workers Turn to Direct Action

Hong Kong Hospital Workers Strike

“We have been silent for so many years”: Interview with a Hong Kong Nurse on Strike

20 Years Ago Nurses in Saskatchewan Wildcatted. Could the Same Happen Today?

Books on Health Care Organizing

Labor’s Civil War in California

A clear analysis of tactics and politics, this thorough account examines the dispute between the United Healthcare Workers (UHW) union in California and its “parent” organization the Service Employees International Union (SEIU)—one of the most important labor conflicts in the United States today. It explores how the UHW rank and file took umbrage with the SEIU’s rejection of traditional labor values of union democracy and class struggle and their tactics of wheeling and dealing with top management and politicians. The resulting rift and retaliation from SEIU leadership culminated in the UHW membership being forced to break out and form a brand new union, the National Union of Healthcare Workers.