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.
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.
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.
ENA President Mike Hastings' message to members focuses on how ENA is advancing the conversation on systemic racism.
ENA, the American Association of Nurse Practitioners, American Association of Critical-Care Nurses and the National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners support an APRNs ability to practice to the full extent of their education and training.
Inspired by an ENA member, National Wear a Mask Day encourages mask use in support of emergency nurses.
Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, ENA and ACEP are encouraging the public to continue to visit the emergency department when in need of emergency medical treatment.
ENA announced the recipients of its annual Achievement Awards which honor excellence and professionalism in emergency nursing.
ENA announced on 28 emergency departments from across the United States as 2019 Lantern Award recipients. The total number is a record for the honor first awarded in 2011.
The ENA Foundation’s 2019 State Fundraising Challenge collected $222,249 in donations that will go to support dozens of academic scholarships for emergency nurses.
ENA President Patti Kunz Howard is scheduled to appear before a House committee to testify in support of the EMSC Reauthorization Act.
ENA and ITN Productions are partnering on a news and current affairs-style program designed to raise awareness about the importance of injury prevention initiatives as part of the effort to reduce preventable injuries and deaths.
ENA announced the recipients of 15 individual awards that highlight emergency nurses who exemplify exceptional performance in professional practice, innovation, leadership and advocacy.
The House of Representative’s the PAHPA Act which includes ENA priority legislation that will lead to the development of a collaborative civilian and military trauma exchange program.
ENA, MedEvac Foundation International, BCEN, STN and ASTNA partnered for a first-of-its-kind study on the state of the emergency, trauma and transport nursing workforce.
The SOAR Act was a priority piece of legislation discussed by members during ENA's annual Day on the Hill event in Washington, D.C.
With countless contributions to, and accomplishments in, the emergency nursing profession, 10 nurses from six states and England have been named Fellows to the Academy of Emergency Nursing.