• Transport Nursing Is Up Close and Personal at DisastER Area

    Transport Nursing Is Up Close and Personal at DisastER Area

    The Experience Hall is full of interactive education, including DisastER sessions on Oct. 1 and 2. With the help of two helicopters, a fixed-wing plane fuselage and an ambulance, transport professionals will present 12 sessions on how to become a transport nurse, airway management and pediatric care. READ MORE

  • AWHONN Guidelines, Index Aim to Address Challenges in Obstetric Triage

    AWHONN Guidelines, Index Aim to Address Challenges in Obstetric Triage

    AWHONN Clinical Program Development Manager Susan Hale shares insights on triaging pregnant people, identifying patient complications, initiating treatment protocols for pregnant and postpartum patients in the ED, and recognizing maternal post-birth warning signs. READ MORE

  • Nonfatal Strangulation a Potential Predictor of Deadly Violence

    Nonfatal Strangulation a Potential Predictor of Deadly Violence

    Heidi Gilbert will share signs and symptoms of nonfatal strangulation, what makes strangulation so deadly and how to document nonfatal strangulation cases seen in the ED. An advocate for victims of sexual assault and domestic violence, Gilbert draws inspiration from her own experiences after her sister was killed in a domestic violence homicide. READ MORE

  • Triage Education that Makes a Difference

    Triage Education that Makes a Difference

    Workforce shortages have resulted in more novice nurses assigned to triage. Deena Brecher, 2014 ENA president, will discuss strategies for closing the triage competency gaps among new emergency nurses and seasoned practioners. READ MORE

  • Learn the Red Flags of Pediatric Triage

    Learn the Red Flags of Pediatric Triage

    Deb Jeffries, co-author of the recent book “Rapid Access Guide for Pediatric Emergencies,” will review the steps for initial assessment when pediatric patients arrive in the ED and explain why having a systematic approach helps the overall assessment process. READ MORE

  • Welcome to Denver and Emergency Nursing 2022!

    Welcome to Denver and Emergency Nursing 2022!

    As ENA’s premier networking and education event gets underway in Denver, Conference Education Planning Committee Co-Chairs Bradley Rund and Heidi Gilbert share their excitement about the association’s first conference to be held in-person in three years. READ MORE

  • Don’t Forget to Vote! Polls Close on Oct. 2

    Don’t Forget to Vote! Polls Close on Oct. 2

    Voting for the ENA Board of Directors and the Nominations and Elections Committee will continue online and onsite in Denver through 5 p.m. Mountain time on Oct. 2. Election results will be announced during the closing session of Emergency Nursing 2022 on Oct. 3. READ MORE

  • Zen Den and Zumba Promote Health and Wellness

    Zen Den and Zumba Promote Health and Wellness

    Experience the calming effects of the Zen Den or get your blood pumping in Mile High Zumba classes during Emergency Nursing 2022. Yoga, massage chairs and other self-care options also are available to help attendees relax. READ MORE

  • Leadership Sessions to Highlight Wellness and Culture

    Leadership Sessions to Highlight Wellness and Culture

    Dustin Bass, Victoria Nash and Gina Slobogin are among the featured speakers discussing strategies for emergency department leaders and managers to promote employee wellness and workforce retention. Mental and physical well-being are recurring themes. READ MORE

  • Nurse Residency Programming Highlights New ENA Initiative and Benefits of HIRAID

    Nurse Residency Programming Highlights New ENA Initiative and Benefits of HIRAID

    Earlier this year, ENA launched its Emergency Nurse Residency Program. A panel discussion tomorrow (Oct. 1) will detail how program participants develop critical-thinking and decision-making skills while learning about the dynamics of sociocultural acclimation in the ED. READ MORE