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Effective March 16, all ENA memberships will remain active and any lapses are suspended until at least May 31 to ensure you still receive the foremost support, resources and current COVID-19 information.
Effective March 25, enrolled auto-renew and installment payments will continue as scheduled unless otherwise requested. Visit the AutoRenew and Installment Payments FAQ page for more details on how to login and manage your preferences.
AutoRenew: review and manage your upcoming renewal and payment options in your profile online.
Quarterly Installment Payments: review your payment schedule and credit card on file in your profile online.
The 2020 member challenge program is currently on hold. We will not be processing rewards or sending emails, but we are updating the leaderboard. Rewards will be processed and sent out to qualifying individuals once normal operations resume.
ENA continues to monitor COVID-19 pandemic developments and its impact on association events, activities and our day-to-day operations.
In accordance with CDC guidelines on mass gatherings, as well as the recognition that emergency nurses are most needed in their communities providing patient care, ENA canceled its Spring Regional Symposium in Nashville on April 2-3; Day on the Hill in Washington D.C., on April 28-29; and has postponed the premiere of its documentary film “In Case of Emergency” scheduled for May 7 in New York City.
The NYC film premiere has been rescheduled for Oct. 14 as part of Emergency Nurses Week.
No screenings of the film will take place at the state level prior to the premiere date.
ENA will be providing information to state leaders in the coming weeks about plans for local screening events to coincide with Emergency Nurses Week and the premiere.
With several regional education conferences being canceled, ENA is looking at potential options to present high-quality emergency nursing education to those impacted by the cancellation of those events and any emergency nurse looking for continuing education opportunities.
With several regional education conferences, as well as ENA’s Spring Regional Symposium, being canceled, ENA is looking at potential options to present high-quality emergency nursing education to those impacted by the cancellation of those events and any emergency nurse looking for continuing education opportunities.