The ENA Foundation proudly revamped a giving opportunity for donors that accelerates the impact of their donations by making funds more accessible to applicants. Donors can now help change lives more directly.
The Emergency Nurses Association’s Emergency Nurse Residency Program launched in April and is already being instilled in emergency departments around the country – including Denver Health.
The Emergency Nurses Association recognized on Wednesday the recipients of the annual Journal of Emergency Nursing Awards which include Reviewer of the Year and Author of the Year.
On Wednesday, the Emergency Nurses Association announced 29 emergency departments are being honored with the prestigious ENA Lantern Award – the only award dedicated to showcasing EDs for their outstanding work.
To strengthen ENA’s commitment to create healthier and safer communities for all, and to further stand with emergency nurses working amid this gun violence epidemic, ENA today is announcing its support for a ban on assault rifles.
Longtime ENA member and former ENA President Anne Manton was recently inducted into the ANA Hall of Fame.
ENA and AAENP are focused on determining what the high court's decision means for emergency nurses and their patients.
On Friday, the Emergency Nurses Association commended both the Senate and House of Representatives for swiftly passing the Bipartisan Safer Communities Act.
On Wednesday, the ENA Foundation announced the latest recipients of its Cornerstone Award and Keystone Award which will be presented during Emergency Nursing 2022 in Denver to two longtime ENA members.
As part of its ongoing efforts to support meaningful steps to reduce the gun violence epidemic, ENA sent the following letter to Senators Chris Murphy and John Cornyn calling for a comprehensive gun safety bill focused on preventing mass shootings.
On Wednesday, the Emergency Nurses Association announced that the Academy of Emergency Nursing will induct three ENA members in its Class of 2022.
Today is recognized as National Gun Violence Awareness Day and the time is now to prevent the tragic consequences of gun violence.
The Emergency Nurses Association, in partnership with dBase Media, on Wednesday announced plans for a unique online video series focused on solutions to today’s challenges in emergency nursing and how that work is shaping the specialty’s future.
Kelleher award recipient Barbara Baldwin headlines list of ENA's 2022 Annual Achievement Award honorees.
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.