“In emergency medicine, all of our days are wildly different, but you can usually take a week and plan a week,” said emergency physician Bill Hampton. “That’s part of what we’re going to talk about.”
In the upcoming release, the best-selling author tells the stories of unsung heroes working in emergency nursing.
Incoming ENA President Jennifer Schmitz and incoming ENA Foundation Chairperson Jeff Solheim stand ready to meet new challenges in 2022.
The on-demand programming includes information on the effects of the legalization of marijuana on emergency nursing workloads, an open-source digital stethoscope, workplace violence and more.
Nursing development specialists Marlene Schmidt and Jessica Mancarella provide insights for treating pediatric patients in EDs outside of dedicated children’s hospitals.
Nurse JoAn Beckman will share how being a patient in her own trauma bay opened her eyes to the importance of mental health care for emergency nurses.
Andrea Perry aims to dispel a common myth among some emergency nurses, that without trauma training they don’t know how to treat a trauma patient.
Joanne Navarroli and Jennifer Eagles will explain how a model that uses physician and nurse referrals to a dedicated ED physical therapist works.
New York flight nurse Christopher Benson will review the layered rationale behind the “stay and play” and “snatch and go” approaches to emergency air transport.