ENA honored with award in recognition of emergency nurses tireless efforts during pandemic.
Three emergency nurses have been selected as the first ENA ENDVR Fellows.
Sen. Tammy Baldwin joined ENA and ACEP members on Capitol Hill to build awareness of expected legislation aimed at curbing health care workplace violence.
Members and leaders of ENA and ACEP will gather on Capitol Hill to encourage passage of workplace violence legislation.
Through a newly published study, Emergency Nurses Association researchers describe emergency department-specific nursing-sensitive quality indicators and recommend further development and testing to better determine quality of patient care.
ENA debuts new Emergency Nurse Residency Program to support ED nurse recruitment and retention.
Up-and-comers in the emergency nursing field can now apply to be recognized in the Emergency Nurses Association’s member magazine, ENA Connection, as a member of its 2022 Class of 20 Under 40.
ENA calls signing of Dr. Lorna Breen Act a victory for mental health and well-being of emergency nurses.
Registration opened Thursday for Emergency Nursing 2022 in Denver.
ENA's flagship trauma nursing education will be available in India thanks to new partnership.
Amid great concern for the health and well-being of the Ukrainian people, ENA has donated $25,000 to humanitarian relief efforts.
ENA applauded Thursday's passage of the Dr. Lorna Breen Health Care Provider Protection Act.
ENA President Jennifer Schmitz released a statement on issues facing ENA members and the emergency nursing community.
The ENA Foundation announced Tuesday that it raised $166,709 during the Emergency Nurses Association’s Leadership Orientation 2022 – an amount that accounted for more than half of the Foundation’s goal of raising $300,000 during the annual ENStrong Challenge.
The ENA Foundation’s new Emergency Nursing Diverse Voices Research Fellowship aims to increase diversity in nursing research.
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 Monday, Jennifer Schmitz, MSN, EMT-P, CEN, CPEN, CNML, FNP-C, NE-BC, took office as president of the Emergency Nurses Association.
ENA's acquisition of Triage First education bolsters the association's efforts to help nurses increase their triage competencies.
Creators believe watching award-winning documentary will give public greater awareness and appreciation of emergency nurses.
ENA President Ron Kraus expressed the association's support for the Dr. Lorna Breen Health Care Provider Act in a written statement to a House subcommittee on health.