On Monday, the Emergency Nurses Association announced a record 33 emergency departments will be honored as recipients of the ENA Lantern Award – the only award dedicated to recognizing emergency departments.
ENA packed the schedule for four days of high-quality education during Emergency Nursing 2021 - A Hybrid Xperience.
The Emergency Nurses Association signed on to the following letter to United Healthcare Chief Executive Officer Brian Thompson following the announcement of a new policy to allow for the retroactive denial of coverage for emergency care.
ENA expands its international reach with introduction of ESI triage education in Poland.
On Monday, the ENA Foundation announced that it raised more than $413,000, beating its previous challenge record as well as the Foundation’s goal for 2021.
ENA Foundation Chairperson Sally Snow's selection for Kelleher award leads list of 2021 ENA award recipients.
As the Emergency Nurses Association finished its Day off the Hill advocacy event, the U.S. House of Representatives on Wednesday approved the ENA-supported Effective Suicide Screening and Assessment in the Emergency Department Act.
Organizations call for better collaboration and more resources to enhance childrens’ access to optimal emergency care.
With roughly 25 percent of Americans now vaccinated, ENA President Ron Kraus is encouraging everyone to get their COVID-19 vaccine as eligibility opens up.
The U.S. House of Representatives on Friday approved the ENA-supported Workplace Violence Prevention for Health Care and Social Service Workers Act following its introduction by Rep. Joe Courtney (D-CT) in February.
ENA's Firearms Injury Prevention Education program features a webinar, online learning modules and a podcast series focused on identifying patients who might be in danger.
The wait is over. On Wednesday, the Emergency Nurses Association opened registration for Emergency Nursing 2021, the association’s premier education and networking conference set for Sept. 22-25 in sunny Orlando, Florida.
“COVID Story” – a short film featuring Emergency Nurses Association member Cathlyn Robinson – has been selected as part of the World Health Organization’s Health for All Film Festival, organizers recently announced.
The Emergency Nurses Association on Wednesday bolstered the value of its Emergency Severity Index triage training courses by offering contact hours to nurses who complete this vitally important triage education.
Effective Suicide Screening and Assessment in the Emergency Department Act aims to improve suicide risk protocols.
ENA announced its support for the Workplace Violence Prevention for Health Care and Social Service Workers Act of 2021 and its goal of protecting the safety of emergency nurses and other health care providers.
ENA's debut of TNCC and ENPC eBooks provides learners more flexibility and convenience in a digital format - and the eBooks have been translated into several foreign languages to benefit international students.
The Emergency Nurses Association recently sent a letter of support and guidance to Dr. David Kessler, Chief Science Officer of COVID Response.
Following an FBI bulletin about potential armed protests around the country, ENA President Ron Kraus encouraged members and all emergency nurses to be prepared should unrest occur in their communities.
Ron Kraus, MSN, RN, EMT, CEN, TCRN, ACNS-BC, took office on Jan. 1 as the 50th president in Emergency Nurses Association history.