The Emergency Nurses Association on Thursday applauded a key ruling on vaccine mandates for health care workers, while also reminding the public to think twice before visiting a local emergency department seeking a COVID-19 test.
On Emergency Nurses Day, ENA encourages the public to hear and trust emergency nurses about the need for increased COVID-19 vaccination rates.
ENA President Ron Kraus released a statement relating to safety plans for Emergency Nursing 2021 in Orlando.
On Tuesday, ENA President Ron Kraus released the following statement after ENA signed on to a joint statement in support of COVID-19 vaccine mandates for all workers in health and long-term care.
With roughly 25 percent of Americans now vaccinated, ENA President Ron Kraus is encouraging everyone to get their COVID-19 vaccine as eligibility opens up.
The Emergency Nurses Association recently sent a letter of support and guidance to Dr. David Kessler, Chief Science Officer of COVID Response.
Congress on Monday approved a COVID-19 stimulus package and Fiscal Year 2021 omnibus appropriations bill. Importantly, the legislation will provide additional funding for the distribution of COVID-19 vaccines.
Based on the science and evidence surrounding COVID-19 vaccines, the Emergency Nurses Association on Monday urged all emergency nurses to get vaccinated and encourage others to do so to promote public health.
The Emergency Nurses Association sent the following letter to President-elect Biden after the announcement that his COVID-19 Task Force did not include any nurses.
ENA President Mike Hastings reminds the public to follow CDC and WHO guidelines designed to help reduce the spread of COVID-19 in communities.
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.
The ENA Stories video series provides a personal glimpse into the emotions and realities faced by nurses who remain committed to care amid the demands caused by a global pandemic.
Hilton plans to donate 1 million room nights to members of ENA and several other health care associations amid COVID-19 pandemic.
Marriott and its partners are providing no-cost hotel rooms to ENA members in several COVID-19 hot spot cities.
ENA commended Friday's signing of the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security Act which includes billions of dollars to support emergency nurses and other front-line health care providers during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
ENA releases statement on the availability and use of personal protective equipment relating to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
In a White House meeting on Wednesday, President-elect Ron Kraus spoke pointedly about the needs of emergency nurses amid the outbreak, while emphasizing the strong role ENA and all ED nurses play in this rapidly developing situation.