The program aims to highlight the commitment of the government agencies, nonprofits, universities, and AMA Alliance community to work towards solutions on the most pressing issues in addressing solutions for patients enhancing comprehensive treatment and support for substance use disorders.
|3 Learning on Demand Presentations, 2.63 CE |
Three cutting-edge videos with live recordings from experts in the field on emergency nursing opioid content.
|Naloxone Education Toolkit (NET)|
The ENA Naloxone Education Toolkit (NET) is designed for emergency nurses and providers, and includes the necessary resources to educate patients and family members about opioid overdose. Information on distribution and proper use of naloxone kits is also included in this toolkit.
|ENA Connection Opioid Articles|
We've pulled the latest feature-length content from multiple ENA Connection issues on the opioid crisis and conveniently packaged them within the bundle. ENA Connection is the official magazine of the Emergency Nurses Association and is written by experts in the field.
|Naloxone Kits Available Here Poster|
Stop an overdose and save a life poster with opioid overdose identifiers that can be displayed. Easily personalize this poster with the location of your facilities Naloxone Kits and how to request one via the fillable PDF fields.
|Lend a Helping Hand Poster|
Poster with actionable "H.A.N.D." steps and identifiers of an opioid overdose and what to do to help that can be displayed throughout the health care facility.
|Opioid Safety Pamphlet|
Opioid information on how to recognize and manage an overdose in an easily accessible and
The Emergency Nurses Association is a leading voice in the push to improve emergency health care for patients struggling with opioid-use issues. Learn how by viewing the latest federal and state news below: