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 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.
ENA among three dozen organizations calling on White House to support solutions to boarding issues in the emergency department.
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.
Organizations call for better collaboration and more resources to enhance childrens’ access to optimal emergency care.
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 and several other partners will host a Feb. 18 webinar to discuss the latest 2019-Novel Coronavirus developments and the health care provider best practices.
ENA and ACEP launched "No Silence on ED Violence" in a collaborative effort to stop end workplace violence against emergency health care providers.
"Pediatric Readiness in the Emergency Department" aims to ensure injured and critically ill children receive the best emergency care possible