Emergency Nursing 2022 Events

Emergency Nursing 2022 is taking place at the Colorado Convention Center and ENA has very exciting events in store for attendees! Check the conference app for updates on dates, times, and locations.

AEN Induction Ceremony and Dinner 
Sept. 30, 7:30–9:30 p.m. 
Invitation only. 

Anita Dorr Memorial Luncheon and Lecture 
Oct. 1, 12–1:30 p.m. 
Pre-registration required. Ticket price $65. 

Welcome Party
Oct. 1, 7-10 p.m.
Who’s ready for a rockin’ good time? ENA will kick off its first in-person conference in three years with food, drinks, live entertainment and surprises you won’t want to miss at the Rocky Mountain Adventures Welcome Party! Stay tuned as ENA continues to reveal what’s in store for attendees.

Foundation Party with a Purpose – Welcome Party & ENA After Dark Upgrade  
Party with a purpose by selecting the ENA Foundation upgrade and enjoy Welcome Party perks (Oct. 1, 7-10 p.m.) and ENA After Dark add-ons (Oct. 2, 9-11 p.m.). ENA Foundation party with a purpose package includes:

  • One limited edition Foundation accessory
  • Fast pass access to select welcome party activities
  • Two drinks and dedicated bar at welcome party
  • One drink and dedicated bar at ENA After Dark
  • Donation to the ENA Foundation

Pre-registration required. Ticket price $110.

Emerging Professionals Breakfast 
Oct. 2, 7–8:30 a.m. 
Pre-registration required. Attendees who indicated 5 years or less experience during registration. 

International Luncheon and Meeting 
Oct. 2, 11:30–1 p.m.

Hall of Honor Reception 
Oct. 2, 6–7:30 p.m. 
Invitation only.

ENA After Dark
Oct. 2, 9–11 p.m. 
Join your peers for drinks at ENA After Dark - your chance to mingle, share stories and discuss your favorite sessions! Cash bar will be available. 

ENPC/TNCC Celebration Breakfast: Mimosas and Mingle
Oct. 3, 8– 9 a.m.
Celebrate ENA’s successful ENPC and TNCC courses! All attendees are welcome to join us as we recognize Course Instructors, Course Directors, Faculty, State Trauma Chairs, and Providers worldwide. Please join ENA leadership and your peers for a breakfast, mimosas and mingling. Pre-registration required. Ticket price $25.

SPONSORED PROGRAM

    Industry Symposia – Don’t miss additional partner education to bring back to your ED.
    Sept. 30, 5:30-7 p.m.
    IGALMI – Now Approved
    IGALMI (dexmedetomidine) is the first and only sublingual film for the acute treatment of agitation associated with schizophrenia or bipolar I or II disorder in adults. The safety and effectiveness of IGALMI have not been established beyond 24 hours from the first dose. (presented by BioXcel Therapeutics)

    Oct. 1, Noon-1:30 p.m
    Symposium content TBD Lunch provided. Pre-registration required. (presented by Stryker)
    Oct. 1, Noon-1:30 p.m
    Abbott, Point of Care content TBD (presented by Abbott, Point of Care)
    Oct. 2, Noon-1:30 p.m
    Abbott, Point of Care content TBD (presented by Abbott, Point of Care)

    Insights & Innovations – Bite-sized opportunities to learn from the leading companies in the field.

    Oct. 1, 11:15-11:45 a.m.

    Preventable Diabetes Related Emergencies: Can Real-Time CGM Help?
    Diabetes emergencies, including severe hypoglycemia and DKA, can be life threatening, resulting in the need for emergency care. What if technology could empower people to better manage their diabetes and reduce hypoglycemia and hyperglycemia? Let us introduce real-time continuous glucose monitoring shown to reduce hospitalizations for DKA and severe hypoglycemia. ( presented by Dexcom)

    Oct.1, 1:30-2p.m.
    AMN Healthcare content TBD presented by AMN Healthcare, B.E. Smith

    Oct. 1, 2:15-2:45 p.m.
    ED Orientation in Today’s Climate: How to Succeed Now more than ever, a strong orientation program is essential to support your ED nurses and drive efficiency. In this session, clinical nurse executive Tammy Purcell, MSN, RNC-OB will discuss a case study of a Level I trauma center and how their approach to orientation positively impacted knowledge acquisition and retention. Plus, find out what’s new with ENA: Emergency Nursing Orientation 3.0, and utilize 1:1 time to discuss your organization and how Elsevier solutions may help. (presented by Elsevier)

    Oct. 2, 11:15-11:45 a.m.
    Philips content TBD (presented by Philips)

    Oct. 2, Noon-12:30 p.m.
    Why High Flow is Vital in your ED
    This is the Insights & Innovation you MUST attend if you're using High Flow Therapy in your ED for respiratory compromise patients. This fast-paced lab will demonstrate the hands-on application of High Flow with healthy volunteers and provide participants with key takeaways from the latest clinical practice guidelines for treating acute hypoxemic respiratory failure through acute hypercapnic respiratory failure patients in their ED. Please come join us for this exciting Insights & Innovation! (presented by Fisher & Paykel Healthcare)

    Learning Bites – Get a taste of technology and practice from leading vendors in emergency care specialties


    Oct. 1, Noon-12:15 p.m.
    Learning Bites Content TBD (presented by Commure)

    Oct. 1, 1-1:15 p.m.
    Fast Track Approach to Head Injury Triage
    BrainScope's breakthrough decision-support technology aids in quickly ruling out intracranial hemorrhaging and the need for a CT, and assesses the likelihood of concussion. For mild head injury patients, the standard care path often includes a head CT and a subjective concussion assessment. Even triaged to fast track, these patients can experience long lengths of stay. Learn how this intuitive technology can seamlessly integrate into patient care, improving the patient and nurse experience. (presented by BrainScope)
    Oct. 2, 2:15-2:30 p.m.
    Professional Boundaries: A Path to Sustainable Nursing
    With the continuation of the nursing crisis, how do we provide quality care for patients and create sustainability in the profession? Setting professional boundaries and getting back to the basics of nursing can be the difference between burnout and restoring joy in your profession. Cara Lunsford's dynamic storytelling of real nurses rekindling their passion and setting boundaries, in the midst of a pandemic, will inspire you to take action and transform the industry in which you serve. (presented by Relias)

Plan your trip in Denver 

  • World-class attractions
  • Natural wonders
  • Thriving arts scene
  • Legendary and acclaimed restaurants
  • Nightlife options galore

Emergency Nursing 2022 Denver Day/Evening Excursions: Choose your journey ... to explore Denver. From food and distillery tours to scenic runs -- oh, and you might see some ghosts -- register for an outing that will have you refreshed and re-energized for more learning and networking. ENA has partnered with Denver Like A Local Tours to provide attendees a 15% discount off the tour.

Click here to sign up. Pre-registration required; limited capacity; discounted pricing included in additional fee