ENA and thousands of emergency nurses headed to the desert for four days of education and fun.
Ryan Oglesby, PhD, MHA, RN, CEN, CFRN, NEA-BC, has been elected 2024 president-elect of the Emergency Nurses Association. ENA members also elect Secretary/Treasurer, Directors and 3 Committee Members.
As part of its ongoing efforts to increase the pipeline of new nurses, promote healthy and safe work environments, workplace violence prevention and address boarding ENA sent the following letter to Senator Bernie Sanders to show support for the Primary Care and Health Workforce Expansion Act.
Emergency nurses need additional knowledge of abortion-limiting legislation as well as the related clinical, ethical and legal implications for both emergency care staff and their patients, a study published in the September issue of the Journal of Emergency Nursing found.
The time is now to improve access to emergency care for the rising numbers of children and adolescents seeking help for mental and behavioral health emergencies. Strategies to address challenging circumstances that affect prehospital services, the surrounding community and, ultimately, patient care are needed.
ENA recognizes researchers, reviewers and a special contributor to its peer-reviewed journal
TNCC, 9th Edition, one of ENA's cornerstone courses for all emergency nurses, debuted this week.
ENA released its strongest firearm safety related position statement in the association's 53-year history.
Emergency department nurses cite seven key factors leading to burnout and turnover, a new study in the Journal of Emergency Nursing shows. Those factors include insufficient staffing, physical demands, patient population, better pay elsewhere, length of commute and relocation.
The 2023 class of ENA Lantern Award recipients is the largest since the award was established in 2011, with a total of 53 emergency departments around the world receiving the honor.
Emergency departments have made progress but do not fully meet national guidelines for pediatric emergency care, despite the association with improved survival, found a study in JAMA Network Open.
Best-selling author and dynamic presenter Shola Richards takes the stage in San Diego on Sept. 21.
The ENA Foundation has recognized Howard “Bill” Miller, BSN, RN, PHRN, NRENTP, and Diane M. Schertz, BS, RN, FAEN, with its Keystone Award.
Emergency nurses and physicians are sounding the alarm: the number of patients “boarding,” or held in the emergency department while waiting for care, has reached a crisis level. Unfortunately, patients with mental health needs are disproportionately affected.
This year’s class of Academy of Emergency Nursing Fellows have showcased their passion and dedication to the specialty throughout their careers that span multiple decades.
Registration is open for the third annual Emergency Nurses Week 5K. Presented by the Emergency Nurses Association, this virtual race is the perfect way for everyone around the world to honor and celebrate the incredible work of emergency nurses.
ENA announced the recipients of its Annual Achievement Awards on Wednesday.
ENA on Monday launched a new business initiative focused on improving emergency nurse work environments.
Recipients plan research to increase representation of gender, LGBTQIA+ and language in nursing.
As the COVID-19 Public Health Emergency Declaration ends in the U.S., ENA President Terry Foster thanks nurses for their work throughout the pandemic.
May issue explores risk assessment tools, a zero-tolerance campaign, personal alarms and more
ENA, ACEP members tell of their first-hand experiences and how new legislation can help
Improved access to mental health care and reducing ED boarding are ENA priorities
Thousands of emergency nurses will attend ENA's largest event of the year in San Diego Sept. 21-23.
Preventing workplace violence has been a long-standing priority of ENA