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April 17, 2024 Day on the Hill Emergency Nurses Association ENA Government Relations Workplace Violence

Emergency Department Nurses Take To Capitol Hill

Emergency nurses are strong advocates for the laws and tools they need to be safe at work and sufficiently prepared to care for all their patients. Emergency nurses from nearly every state gathered in Washington, D.C., this week for the Emergency Nurses Association’s annual Day on the Hill advocacy event.

April 4, 2024 Emergency Nurses Association ENA Workplace Violence

ENA Survey: 56 Percent of ED Nurses Assaulted in the Past Month

A recent “pulse check” survey of Emergency Nurses Association members revealed more than half of the responding emergency nurses had been either physically or verbally assaulted or threatened with violence in the previous 30 days.

March 25, 2024 20 under 40 Connection Emergency Nurses Association ENA ENA Connection ENA Connection 20 Under 40

Rising Stars in Emergency Nursing Encouraged to Apply for ENA’s 20 Under 40 Program

Through the 20 Under 40 program, the Emergency Nurses Association and its member magazine, ENA Connection, cast the spotlight on emergency nursing professionals who are enhancing their careers, uplifting their communities and transforming the emergency nursing specialty.

March 11, 2024 Emergency Nurses Association ENA JEN journal of emergency nursing

Emergency Nurses Report Barriers to Talking with Patients about Serious Illnesses

Three-quarters of patients presenting to an ED with a serious illness do so in the last six months of their life. Being able to have conversations around end-of-life care is crucial so that the nurses can provide care consistent with the patient’s wishes.

February 21, 2024 Corporate Engagement Council Emergency Nurses Association ENA

ENA Corporate Engagement Council Celebrates Five Years

In its fifth year, the Emergency Nurses Association’s Corporate Engagement Council is focused on advancing the emergency nursing profession and addressing key issues facing the profession including, building the emergency nurse pipeline, AI and how it impacts emergency nursing, boarding and overcrowding in EDs, and more.

September 25, 2023 election results Emergency Nurses Association ENA

Ryan Oglesby Chosen as ENA President-Elect

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.

September 14, 2023 Emergency Nurses Association ENA Government Relations

ENA Letter on Primary Care and Health Workforce Expansion Act

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.

July 13, 2023 Emergency Nurses Association ENA JEN journal of emergency nursing

Burnout, Turnover Among Emergency Nurses Alarmingly High

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.