Newly published research by the Emergency Nurses Association that analyzed Twitter content found health care providers had deep concerns and high stress levels due to lack of personal protective equipment during the first three months of the pandemic.
This year's JEN awards highlight the outstanding work of top authors and reviewers.
New research conducted by the Emergency Nurses Association explores secondary traumatic stress in emergency nursing and its impact on nursing practice and workplace environment.
Emergency nurses need better education on the importance of assessing patients for firearms in the home and with how to inquire about the topic in a nonjudgmental, nonconfrontational manner, ENA researchers concluded in a recent study.
A Journal of Emergency Nursing study offers insights into what emergency nurses believe are the necessary components to achieve safe staffing levels in emergency departments.