The legalization of cannabis might be the cause of an unexpected side effect – an increase in emergency department workloads caused by patients in need of treatment for cannabis-related overdoses, according to ENA researchers.
The Emergency Nurses Association commended the recent signing of important legislation that reauthorizes the Emergency Medical Services for Children program, which will help guarantee that children receive appropriate health care they need during an emergency.
The Emergency Nurses Association on Monday announced the Academy of Emergency Nursing – now in its 15th year – will induct eight emergency nurses as the Class of 2019 Fellows this fall.
ENA announced on 28 emergency departments from across the United States as 2019 Lantern Award recipients. The total number is a record for the honor first awarded in 2011.
The ENA Foundation’s 2019 State Fundraising Challenge collected $222,249 in donations that will go to support dozens of academic scholarships for emergency nurses.
ENA President Patti Kunz Howard is scheduled to appear before a House committee to testify in support of the EMSC Reauthorization Act.
The Emergency Nurses Association on Monday announced the 2019 Journal of Emergency Nursing Reviewer of the Year and Authors of the Year award recipients.
ENA and ITN Productions are partnering on a news and current affairs-style program designed to raise awareness about the importance of injury prevention initiatives as part of the effort to reduce preventable injuries and deaths.
ENA announced the recipients of 15 individual awards that highlight emergency nurses who exemplify exceptional performance in professional practice, innovation, leadership and advocacy.
The House of Representative’s the PAHPA Act which includes ENA priority legislation that will lead to the development of a collaborative civilian and military trauma exchange program.
ENA, MedEvac Foundation International, BCEN, STN and ASTNA partnered for a first-of-its-kind study on the state of the emergency, trauma and transport nursing workforce.
Filmmaker Carolyn Jones will take the stage in September as the keynote speaker at Emergency Nursing 2019 – the Emergency Nurses Association’s premier education and networking event.
Emergency nurses from across the country will come together in Washington, D.C., on Wednesday as the Emergency Nurses Association hosts its annual Day on the Hill event to advocate for federal legislation to protect health care workers and continue funding of a critical emergency care program for children.
Researchers define state of emergency nursing readiness for the care of geriatric patients.
ENA's premier education and networking conference welcomes emergency nurses from across the United States and members of the international nursing community. Over four days at the Austin Convention Center, attendees will experience innovative and hands-on learning as they reconnect and re-energize with their peers.
The new 8th Edition hones in on the most current fundamental trauma care information, while ramping up the content focused on various types of trauma.
An experienced researcher, Castner has served several roles with the journal since 2012.
High-quality emergency nursing education, featuring local experts and industry leaders, comes to the Pacific Northwest on April 25-26 in Seattle.
On Thursday, the Emergency Nurses Association Board of Directors unanimously approved an updated position statement encouraging increased firearm-related research, education and focus on safety enhancements.
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.