A 2-day course that uses a systematic approach to initial assessment, and empowers nurses with the knowledge, critical thinking skills, and hands-on training to provide expert care for trauma patients.
access to popular conference content twice a year to help nurses
further their education and professional development through, live
webinars, recorded sessions, ePoster galleries, group discussions, and
Appropriate emergency department nurse staffing directly influences staff satisfaction, staff retention, and patient outcomes. Using the Nurse Staffing Guidelines, emergency department managers and administrators can use their departmental data to identify and support an appropriate number of patient care full-time equivalents (FTEs) for the emergency department. This module will include the context and development of the Nurse Staffing Guidelines tool as well as the calculation tool itself.
Further your professional development and increase your knowledge of
emergency department topics of interest with free continuing education
courses from ENA — just one of the benefits of ENA membership.
New courses are added to the roster frequently, so be sure to check this
The pediatric behavioral health course specifically for ED nurses—can enhance your ability to quickly assess and treat young patients at the first point of contact in the ED. This seven-chapter course covers initial interaction, safety concerns, medical screening, rapport, and anxiety management for common school age and adolescent age patients.
In addition to developing premier educational products like TNCC and ENPC, and its online educational products, ENA also partners with Elsevier in developing additional emergency nursing content delivered through a number of Elsevier products like Emergency Nursing Orientation Online Course, Emergency Nursing Triage, and more!
Up-to-date education on the essentials emergency nurses need to know. Each condition commonly seen in the emergency setting is thoroughly addressed, from signs and symptoms, to diagnosis, treatment, developmental considerations, patient education, and more. Updated material and easy-to-reference contents make this resource a must-have for current practice.
Sheehy's Emergency Nursing Principles and Practice, 6th Edition
by emergency nurses for emergency nurses, this comprehensive,
evidence-based resource covers the issues and procedures that are often
unique to the emergency department. It features more than 350
high-quality illustrations and 150 tables that highlight essential
concepts and offers quick access to vital information.
edition presents a thorough overview of emergency
nursing. Authored by the Emergency Nurses Association (ENA), this new
edition includes updated information about insulin types, cancer
guidelines, diabetes, HIPPA information and more! Used by practicing emergency nurses at all levels, this
highly-respected resource is essential for gaining knowledge, developing
practice standards, and improving quality of care.
Core Curriculum for Pediatric Nursing, 2nd Edition
A supplement for
nurses who desire comprehensive content on pediatric emergency nursing.
The curriculum represents another landmark in the evolution of
pediatric emergency nursing as a specialty within the Emergency Nurses
Association (ENA). The second edition of the Core Curriculum is based
on the best evidence available in pediatric emergency care.
The 4th edition contains valuable tools to
enhance your preparation for the CEN® examination. The first part of the manual includes information on how you can prepare to take the CEN examination.
The second part contains a
simulated test consisting of 150 questions, organized according
to content category to facilitate focusing on specific areas of
Developed by the Emergency Nurses Association® (ENA), Certified
Pediatric Emergency Nurse (CPEN®) Review Manual is the essential
resource for nurses planning to take the CPEN® examination. Intended for
use by both first-time certifying and recertifying nurses, it contains
more than 600 practice questions with rationales representative of those
found on the CPEN® exam.
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.