Illinois Nurses Association
The Nurses' Union


Steward Training (Union Representative Training)

6 Contact Hours will be earned if participant is present for entire class time. Please RSVP your attendance by registering on or before: Friday, March 3, 2017. To RSVP or for any questions, please contact Marina Reyes at or call 312-419-2900 ext. 220.


Contact Your State Senator

The Senate could be voting this week on a package of bills that includes anti-union proposals, including cuts to public pensions that you have fought so hard to protect.


Nursing Tidbits - January 2017 Edition

Happy New Year! I hope your new year is off to a good start. We at Nursing Tidbits strive to keep you updated on the latest clinical and management trends and issues affecting nursing. This month, we have informative articles about antioxidants, managing workplace stress, and new hypertension guidelines.


Vet at the Illinois Veterans Home in Quincy Will Soon be Surrounded by Another Conflict

It's two sides with one common goal of the well-being of veterans. On one side there's the Illinois Nurses Association who wants to keep registered nurses employed. The other side is Veterans' Affairs who aims for the same healthcare but at a lower cost.


Updated INA Constitution and Bylaws

The 2016 amendments to the INA Constitution and Bylaws were ratified by the Membership on December 12th, 2016. The current INA Constitution and Bylaws are now available on the INA website. (You will need to log in to the website to view the bylaws)


The Illinois Nurses Association (INA) have been unwavering in their support of the 2010 law and its provisions to expand access to health care.  “The Affordable Care Act (ACA) offers a major step forward in reforming a health care system that costs twice as much and delivers less than the health care systems of other industrialized nations. Americans have been flooded with misinformation about the ACA. I hope that this series will educate the public on the many benefits of the Affordable Care Act."