Your Input Needed on End-of-Life Care in the ED Survey
ENA is conducting a study on current practices related to end-of-life care in the emergency department. The information obtained will provide critical insight to help understand emergency nurses’ knowledge of, beliefs, and attitudes about end-of-life care. We invite you to participate in an online survey which is expected to take 20-25 minutes.
This study is now closed, thank you for your contribution to this important study!
Contact: ENA Institute for Emergency Nursing Research
Implementation of the Comprehensive Unit-Based Safety Program to Reduce
Catheter-Associated Urinary Tract Infections
is committed to participating in the AHRQ-funded, hospital-based safety
initiative to reduce catheter-associated urinary tract infections (CAUTI)
nationwide. ENA’s essential role in this national implementation project is to
educate its members about CAUTI prevention in the emergency department and
identifying members to participate in a national network of clinical faculty.
Identified faculty will be developed to coach and mentor hospital units
participating in the project, participate in site visits, develop content and
incorporate emergency department curriculum into train-the-trainer programs
within the project, and provide strategic guidance. In addition to a network of
national faculty, ENA will have the opportunity to identify and develop
regional CAUTI emergency department nurses.
Lead Institution: Health Research &
Educational Trust (HRET)
Recruitment status: Please
check back for updates.
AHRQ Press Release
AHRQ Comprehensive Unit-based
Safety Program (CUSP)
On the CUSP to Stop
Hospital-Associated Infections (HAI)