Contestants from Team Lazarus (left, backed by 2013 ENA President JoAnn Lazarus,
MSN, RN, CEN) and Team Brecher (backed by 2013 President-Elect Deena Brecher,
MSN, RN, APRN, ACNS-BC, CEN, CPEN) answer questions during "ENA Feud,"
which was played at the State and Chapter Leaders Conference.
Who wants to play 'ENA Feud'?
Twenty randomly selected contestants at the State and Chapter Leaders Conference participated in “ENA Feud,” a “Family Feud”-inspired game hosted by the one and only Terry Foster, MSN, RN, CEN, CCRN, FAEN.
The game was broken into four categories: membership trauma and pediatrics; research; digital media, Web and Facebook; and the ENA Foundation. The contestants were broken into four “family” teams of five. The first two teams to kick off “ENA Feud” were the “Kelleher Family” and the “Dorr Family.” Among the challenges were “Name a way the ENA Foundation raises funds” and “Name a best practice currently being used for Twitter.”
Round 2 consisted of the “Lazarus” and “Brecher” family teams. The Kelleher and Lazarus teams advanced to a final round consisting of three bonus questions, which Team Lazarus won.
Prizes awarded throughout the game included the new ENA navy blue scrub top, a wellness jump rope, a Leadership Conference 2013 T-shirt and ENA Foundation thumb drives.
Kendra Y. Mims