Submissions accepted now through
Tuesday, December 9, 2014
Emergency Nursing 2015 will bring the best of both the
leadership and annual conferences into one integrated event. The future of
emergency nursing knowledge and higher levels of patient care require our collaborative
efforts in teaching and challenging one another.
Share your practice expertise, your implementation
strategies, and your recommendations for bridging the education-practice gap by
applying to become a faculty member for Emergency Nursing 2015.
Innovative teaching methods:
We are looking for new, creative teaching methods that
explore innovative strategies, exceptional practice and—learning experiences
outside of the traditional classroom setting. A variety of learning formats and
settings will be possible at Emergency Nursing 2015. For example, you may want
to present in a theatre in the round for a more familiar conversation with participants,
or you may want to put together an interactive approach with your session
attendees, or may want to set up displays or provide demonstrations with hands-on
application. We will work with faculty
to help create an environment that will enhance their presentation. Below are
some of the current educational presentation formats:
- Fast Tracks: 30 minutes. Fast paced course
designed to convey the latest, need to know, cutting edge information on a
- Concurrent Session: 75 minutes. Time for an
expert to develop their area of knowledge and allow for Q&A.
- Deep Dive Session: 75 – 165 minutes. Allows
faculty and students the opportunity for in-depth exploration of their topic.
Could include some hands-on learning and group discussion.
- Pre-session: 3 – 8 hours. These sessions are
designed to offer an interactive, in-depth, hands-on experience with advanced
Areas of Focus May Include:
2015 will attract an international audience including registered nurses,
bedside clinicians, advanced practice nurses, trauma coordinators, managers,
administrators, medical directors, clinical nurse specialists, care
coordinators, and prehospital providers.
submitting a proposal:
- Faculty chosen for the conference will receive
an honorarium to assist with expenses related to airfare, meals, and lodging in
accordance with newly revised accreditation and ENA policy.
- Courses requiring multiple faculty members are
by ENA invitation only.
- Course proposals are peer reviewed based on
clarity of course description, objectives, and content outline. Submitting a
proposal does not guarantee acceptance.
- Topics must be relevant to emergency nursing.
- Presentation skills and professional history are
required on the electronic submission form.
- Only proposals completed by the deadline,
December 9, 2014 will be considered.
- Applicants will be notified approximately 90
days after submission deadline.
New Electronic Submission Process for 2015: