Every day, people with behavioral health conditions seek help, but have nowhere to turn except their local emergency department. This vulnerable patient population can present the ED with unique and complex challenges that requires special care by emergency nurses.
With various educational resources available on this important topic, it can be difficult to find the trusted sources and timely information emergency nurses need to better manage and improve care for this patient population. That's why we developed a Behavioral Health Education Bundle. Now, you can educate yourself and others on this topic in a convenient, budget-friendly way.
This bundle includes ENA's most pertinent resources and tools to help better manage and improve care for this patient population. Access everything in the bundle, in one simple click at a special bundle price.
|Pediatric Behavioral Health Online Course, .8 CE
-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.
|ICare 2 Webinar, 1.1 CE|
- How to Care for Suicidal Patients in Emergency Settings
|Learning on Demand Presentations, 3.8 CE’s |
Cutting-edge videos with live recordings from experts in the field on emergency nursing opioid content.
- Some wounds don't heal: The neurobiology of childhood trauma exposure
- Recommendations for Management of the Autistic Patient in the ED
- Because We Asked...Pediatric Emergency Department Suicide Screening
- Psychiatric Boarding: Can Telepsychiatry and Your County be the Answer
|Poster, .1 CE|
- Challenges vs. Solutions to Psychiatric Patients in the ED PDF poster that provides evidenced-based practice and quality improvement information
|Topic Brief, .4 CE
- Care of Behavioral Health Patients in the Emergency Department
|White Paper, .8 CE |
- Care of the Psychiatric Patient in the Emergency Department
|Clinical Practice Guidelines, 1.4 CE |
- Suicide Risk Assessment
Behavioral Health Conversation Series
- Tips for Providing Safe Structure for Adult Behavioral Health Patients
- Tips for Providing Safe Structure for Pediatric Behavioral Health Patients
|Total CE = 8.4|
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.