When a patient, regardless of age, experiences cardiac arrest, often the entire family is impacted and involved in care.
Emergency nurses need additional knowledge of abortion-limiting legislation as well as the related clinical, ethical and legal implications for both emergency care staff and their patients, a study published in the September issue of the Journal of Emergency Nursing found.
ENA recognizes researchers, reviewers and a special contributor to its peer-reviewed journal
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.
May issue explores risk assessment tools, a zero-tolerance campaign, personal alarms and more
March issue of the Journal of Emergency Nursing explores the effects of implicit and explicit bias on patient care.
Issue also contains research on distraction techniques
Issue also contains research on telehealth use with sexual assault patients.
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.