ENA is looking forward to hosting its first in-person annual conference since 2019! We are committed to protecting the health and safety of all meeting participants and are actively working with the City of Denver and the Colorado Convention Center to implement public health protocols and best practices to provide the safest possible meeting environment.
ENA continues to monitor COVID-19 and will follow guidance from the CDC, state, local/city officials as well as the convention center’s requirements and guidelines.
To help meeting participants and personnel stay healthy and to reduce exposure and risk, everyone attending Emergency Nursing 2022 and/or the General Assembly in Denver must agree to abide by all health and safety protocols required by ENA, the convention center, and/or applicable authorities including, without limitation, the following:
COVID-19 Vaccinations and Testing:
All attendees must attest to the fact that they (i) are fully vaccinated against COVID-19; or (ii) received a negative result on a self-administered antigen or PCR test no later than 24 hours prior to arrival at Emergency Nursing 2022 or the General Assembly (as applicable).
“Fully vaccinated” is defined as receiving all doses (1 or 2 depending upon the vaccine manufacturer) in the primary series of an approved COVID-19 vaccine, per the CDC definition. ENA strongly recommends participants also be “up to date” with vaccines, which is defined by the CDC as having received all doses in the primary series and any boosters recommended for you, if eligible.
Test before you leave home to attend Emergency Nursing 2022 and General Assembly:
As an additional safety precaution, ENA strongly recommends all meeting participants take a self-administered antigen or PCR COVID-19 test and confirm a negative result no later than 24 hours prior to arrival at the event in Denver.
The City of Denver does not require face coverings. ENA will not require attendees to wear a mask during Emergency Nursing 2022, General Assembly or related events. ENA encourages attendees to do what they are most comfortable with in the convention center, hotel indoor spaces and other event locations. Please be respectful of attendees and staff regardless of their masking decision and comfort level.
ENA will not enforce any social distancing requirements during Emergency Nursing 2022 or General Assembly. ENA encourages attendees to maintain personal distance based on what they are most comfortable with.
ENA, the Colorado Convention Center and all Emergency Nursing 2022 participating hotels are working together to provide hand sanitizer throughout the indoor space. ENA encourages you to take advantage of these hand sanitizer stations regularly throughout the day. Additionally, the Colorado Convention Center and Hyatt Regency Denver will continuously clean commonly touched surfaces throughout Emergency Nursing 2022 and General Assembly meeting dates.
Health and Safety Signage
Signage will be placed to remind all attendees to encourage hand washing and sanitizing their hands.
Assumption of Risk:
While ENA will follow CDC and local guidelines and take reasonable health and safety precautions in an effort to mitigate the presence and spread of COVID-19, it cannot, and does not, guarantee that meeting attendees will not be exposed to or contract the virus. Individuals attending Emergency Nursing 2022 and/or the General Assembly are at risk for contracting COVID-19. By picking up your registration badge and materials, you understand and accept the risk that you may be exposed to and contract COVID-19 and agree that you are personally responsible for your safety and actions while attending Emergency Nursing 2022, General Assembly and related events.
If you cannot attend Emergency Nursing 2022 in-person, ENA is offering a Digital Access option for two general sessions and more than 20 education sessions. General Assembly will be live-streamed for guest viewing, however delegates need to attend in-person to participate.Denver Emergency Information
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EMERGENCY NURSING 2022: REGISTRATION CANCELLATION POLICY
Requests for cancellations/refunds must be submitted in writing on or before Aug 5, by emailing email@example.com. All requests are subject to a $50 administrative fee. Refunds will be processed in the name of the original payer within 60 days after the initial request is received. All conference registrations are non-transferable. Refunds are not given after Aug. 5, and ENA will not reimburse you if you do not attend.
Non-receipt of a confirmation notice before the meeting is not justification for seeking a refund. If you wish to defer your registration payment to Emergency Nursing 2022, it must be submitted in writing on or before Aug. 5. Deferred registrations will not be eligible for refunds later. Emergency Nursing 2022 registrants who are approved a deferral request will be allowed to defer for only one year. The refund and cancellation policy will not be waived.
Cancelling your conference registration will not automatically cancel your hotel reservations; Any costs incurred by the Emergency Nursing 2022 registrant, such as hotel cancellation, airline penalties, etc. are the responsibility of the meeting registrant. Registration rates/fees and policies are subject to change at the discretion of ENA.
EMERGENCY NURSING 2022: CONFERENCE REGISTRATION POLICIES
ENA membership dues, donations to the ENA Foundation, additional registration add-on items including t-shirt orders, special events and/or educational sessions with a fee are non-refundable at any time.
ADD-ON TICKET POLICY
You must be registered for Emergency Nursing 2022 to purchase registration add-on items and/or special event/educational session tickets. Ticketed educational sessions that are eligible for CNE hours cannot overlap. All add-on tickets are non-transferable.
ADD-ON WAITLIST POLICY
Any eligible Emergency Nursing 2022 attendee wishing to select an education session/special event add-on that has reached its authorized capacity may select the session which will automatically add themselves to the session’s waitlist. An attendee is wait listed in the order in which he/she attempts to register for the session. The wait list prioritization will be determined by session selection at the time of registration.
If an attendee registered in an education session/special event add-on drops and/or cancels the option, the vacated place will be offered, by e- mail, to the first person on the waitlist. The offer is valid for 24 hours. If the offer is not accepted during that period, the place is offered by email, to the next person on the waitlist. The Emergency Nursing 2022 registration team will manage the waitlists and can prioritize attendees on the waitlist. If an attendee fails to register during the 24-hour period, they may add themselves again to the end of the waitlist.
AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT
If you require special materials or services as covered under the Americans with Disabilities Act, please contact ENA Meeting Services, 930 E. Woodfield Road, Schaumburg, IL 60173. Notice must be received in writing by Jul. 29. Notices received after this cannot be guaranteed.
In response to attendees' requests and to provide a safe and educational atmosphere at the meeting, children and infants are not allowed in educational sessions, the Exhibit Hall, or special events. If you plan to bring a child younger than the age of 18, please plan for childcare in advance.
ENA reserves the right to modify, cancel or reschedule all activities associated with this conference due to unforeseen circumstances and registrants will be notified. These policies apply to all registration types including guest registrations.
EMERGENCY NURSING 2022: REGISTRATION MANAGEMENT
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EMERGENCY NURSING 2022: CODE OF CONDUCT
We invite you to join Emergency Nursing 2022 in a spirit of inclusivity, friendliness, open-mindedness, and respect.
At Emergency Nursing 2022 meeting you agree to:
ENA prohibits discrimination, harassment, and bullying against any person for any reason.
Harassment includes but is not limited to:
Comments that are offensive or unwelcome regarding a person's nationality, origin, race, color, religion, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, age, body, disability, or appearance, including epithets, slurs, and negative stereotyping.
Nonverbal harassment includes Disrespectful disruption of presentations, distribution, display, or discussion of any written or graphic material that ridicules, denigrates, insults, belittles, or shows hostility, aversion, or disrespect toward an individual or group because of national origin, race, ethnicity, religion, age, gender, sexual orientation, pregnancy, appearance, disability, sexual identity, marital, or other protected status.
Contact us to report an incident: If, during the Emergency Nursing 2022 meeting, you have been involved or have witnessed an incident that violates the Code of Conduct, please inform a member of ENA staff, and let us know immediately.
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