Below are a variety of resources for emergency health care providers to ensure their own safety, stay up-to-date on guidelines and inform the community of this infectious disease. For all updates regarding ENA events, membership, courses and more, please click here. To learn how to support each other or ask for support from those in your community, click here.
ENA has recorded the following short audio micro-learning clips to educate emergency nurses about various COVID-19 related topics. Tune in to each to learn more.
ENA has created the following visual abstracts to provide brief education on COVID-19 related topics. Click on image to enlarge.
"What Health Care Providers Need to Know About 2019-Novel Coronavirus," brought to you by ENA, the American College of Emergency Physicians, the Association of American Medical Colleges, the CDC and the National Ebola Training and Education Center provides valuable information for health care providers on COVID-19.
Listen to episode 22 of the ENA Podcast to hear from ENA member and Program Director for Serious Communicable Diseases at Emory University Hospital Sharon Vanairsdale as she discusses what health care workers need to know; how hand hygiene is one of the most important risk-mitigating factors; remembering to identify, isolate, inform; refresher training for PPE and more.
Listen to episode 26 of the ENA Podcast to hear from Anna Rodriguez, creator of The Burnout Book as she shares helpful information about stress and burnout during the COVID-19 pandemic. Anna talks about the current state of burnout impacting nurses and provides some suggestions to help alleviate emotional stress.
Stay tuned to this section for updates from ENA.
For all clinical COVID-19 questions, please email ENA's Quality and Safety team.
For all COVID-19 media inquiries, please email ENA's PR & Communications team.