Emergency Nursing 2024 education is the spark that will ignite the growth and success of your emergency department. Multiple format offerings will help you build upon your career, relationships and more. This year’s robust lineup promises to shine a light on the most important issues and advancements within the specialty. Full schedule available at the bottom of this page.

Committee Picks: Top 10 Educational Sessions

  1. A Tale of Turning Blue: Potential Dangers of Colloidal Silver Ingestion (Advanced Practice/Clinical)
  2. Can They Make it to Adulthood? Health Disparities and Mental Health in Pediatrics (Peds/Mental Health)
  3. The Trauma Lethal Diamond: Coagulopathy, Acidosis, Hypothermia and Hypocalcemia (Advanced Practice/Clinical)
  4. Harmony in the ED: Physicians and Nurses Unite for Optimal Care (Leadership)
  5. Lena und Ich: An International Perspective and Exploration into Personal Trauma in the Emergency Department (International/Global)
  6. When Meditation and Bubble Baths Aren't Enough: "Self-Help" with SSRIs, NDRIs, Ketamine and Magnets (Resiliency/Wellness)
  7. TeleSANE: Improving Emergency Clinicians' Ability to Provide Evidence-based, Patient-centered Sexual Assault Care (TeleSANE)
  8. Pediatric Psychosocial Considerations in Disaster and Humanitarian Crises (Peds/Global)
  9. Not Them Again: How to Use Feedback from Your Hospital PI programs (Emerging Professionals)
  10. So, You Think You Can Triage? Understanding ESI and High-risk Presentations (Back to Basics)


  • Pre-session: Three-hour sessions during two separate time blocks on Wednesday (require an additional fee)
  • Deep Dive: One-hour session
  • Fast Track: 30-minute session
  • General Session: Opening/Closing Sessions
  • Panel Discussion: Hear from several key experts in the field as they discuss pertinent topics
  • Roundtable: Connect and discuss topic areas during the session
  • Education Encounter: 45-minute session
  • Interactive ED: Ultrasound Labs, Cadaver Labs, Learning Labs and Skills Labs for hands-on learning opportunities. Pre-registration is necessary; an additional fee is required.
  • CNE Hours
    • Educational sessions will be accredited for contact hours – Education Encounters, FastTracks, select Roundtable sessions. Total contact hours to be determined upon finalization of the agenda and appropriate educational sessions. All accredited education sessions will be recorded. Session and contact hours claim availability will be accessible via the Events App and conference platform through Jan. 31.

ENA Digital Access: ENA Digital Access will include livestreams of Opening and Closing General Sessions plus recorded sessions that will be content-captured during the event. Attendees can access all recorded sessions (including Opening and Closing General Sessions) on demand. Recorded content will be added to the ENA Events App/event platform approximately one month after the conference ends. More details to come on digital access to ENA events.

See below for this year's full schedule! Please note that education is subject to change.