The Emergency Nurses Association (ENA) is looking for 2020 programming content from experts like you. Below are the avenues to which you can submit your personal story, research, conference presentation, and other emergency nursing content. Members and non-members are encouraged to submit content proposals.
You may stop and start your submission at any time, save and return to it later, any time prior to the submission deadline. The submission site closes Thursday, January 16, 2020, at Noon (Central)
Featuring member interviews, news, and updates directly from the Emergency Nurses Association, the ENA Podcast provides monthly updates to all things emergency nursing. This is your opportunity to tell us your story. Triumph, tragedy, lessons learned and/or mistakes avoided, the ENA Podcast is collecting your stand out events. Submit your podcast idea and be considered for the 2020 line up.SUBMIT: Podcast Proposal
Be a contributor to one of ENA’s most valued member benefits, the free CE webinar! We are looking for engaging and innovative content from experts like you. Presentations are pre-recorded and can be 30, 45 or 60 minutes. Submit your webinar abstract and be considered for the 2020 line up.
Notifications will be sent by late March, 2020.
Accepting the invitation confirms your commitment to register for and attend the meeting. Presenters are provided a honorarium however are responsible for their own expenses.
|NOV 22||Submission site opens|
|JAN 16||Submission site closes at Noon (Central)|
|LATE MARCH||Notification emails sent for all submission types|
|APRIL||Registration & Housing opens|
Emergency Nursing 2020 Las Vegas, Nevada
Presentations offer the opportunity to exchange ideas, network and impact the quality of education for emergency nurses. Abstracts should reflect sound adult learning principles and the best thinking in the field, informed by theory, research and practice.
To deliver exceptional learning experiences, preference may be given to proposals that are positioned to deliver a mix of the following:
CONTENT: Reflect innovative, cutting-edge content and evidence-based practice • Present evidence supported by relevant research or data • Explore issues important to diverse audiences • Demonstrate the relevance of lessons through “real-life” case studies
INSTRUCTIONAL DESIGN: Stimulate and provoke discussion, audience engagement and outcome-focused design • Facilitate knowledge transfer and development of new competencies • Use methods that draw out relevant past knowledge and experiences
Each submission will be blind peer-reviewed by a minimum of three emergency nurses.
|Fast Track||Learning Hour||Roundtable||Deep Dive||Pre-conference|
(brief presentation/ facilitated discussion)
Click HERE for guidelines and requirements.
We are recruiting presentations for the following content areas:
The ePoster Awards Program sponsored by the Department of Emergency Nursing Research was established to encourage research and knowledge dissemination about emergency nursing and emergency care.
The two winners are selected, one for best Research ePoster and one for best Evidence-Based Practice ePoster. Winners receive $300 for their project.
For more information on the ePoster submission process CLICK HERE.
All presenters are responsible for their own travel and expenses related to their presentation. Up to three speakers per session will receive a discount off of their conference registration. Only primary speakers will receive a honorarium (scaled based on speaking time).
ePoster presenters do not receive conference registration discounts nor an honorarium.
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The Emergency Nurses Association is accredited as a provider of continuing nursing education by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation.
The Emergency Nurses Association is approved by the California Board of Registered Nursing, Provider #2322.