United American Nurses
|Full name||United American Nurses - AFL-CIO|
|National Nurses United|
|Head union||American Nurses Association|
|Office location||Silver Spring, Maryland, United States|
Founded in 1999, it only represented registered nurses (RNs). In 2009, UAN merged with the California Nurses Association/National Nurses Organizing Committee and Massachusetts Nurses Association to form National Nurses United.
At the time of the merger, Ann Converso, RN, was president, Joan Craft, RN, was vice president and Jean Ross, RN, was secretary-treasurer.
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