Emergency Nurses Association to Host First Regional Symposium in Las Vegas
March 13, 2018
ENA’s first in a series of regional meetings will feature essential emergency nursing education this April
DES PLAINES, Ill. - The Emergency Nurses Association today announced it will bring new emergency nursing education to the Las Vegas strip April 26-27 at its inaugural Spring Regional Symposium. Emergency nurses have the opportunity to network with local leaders and participate in clinical and leadership sessions to expand their knowledge and skills.
ENA president Jeff Solheim, MSN, RN, CEN, TCRN, CFRN, FAEN, FAAN, will be a featured guest speaker among other experts in the field.
“We are excited to offer a new educational opportunity to the emergency nursing community,” Solheim said. “The symposium in Las Vegas will be the first of many local symposiums designed to bring ENA’s world-class education to nurses around the country.”
Engaging sessions include:
- Care for the Transgender Patient in the ED
- Lateral Violence in the ED
- Manual Strangulation: What do Emergency Nurses Need to Know?
- Providing Efficient Care for Psychiatric Patients Through Crisis Triage
The Spring Regional Symposium will take place at Planet Hollywood. Registration is $150 for ENA members, $175 for non-members and $100 for students. Registration includes reception, meals and hands-on, interactive training. Participants can earn contact hours from one and a half days of expert-level sessions.
Additional educational sessions will be announced on ENA’s website as they become available.
ENA’s Spring Regional Symposium is sponsored by Teleflex.