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January 24, 2020 CDC Coronavirus Infectious Diseases Novel coronavirus

Emergency Nurses Association Monitoring Novel Coronavirus Developments

The Emergency Nurses Association encourages ED nurses and emergency health care providers to be vigilant in screening for infectious diseases in the wake of two confirmed U.S. cases of novel coronavirus.

Emergency Physicians and Emergency Nurses Unite to Stop ED Violence
November 18, 2019 American College of Emergency Physicians Emergency Nurses Association No Silence on ED Violence Workplace Violence

Emergency Physicians and Emergency Nurses Unite to Stop ED Violence

ENA and ACEP launched "No Silence on ED Violence" in a collaborative effort to stop end workplace violence against emergency health care providers.

October 29, 2019 Government Relations Legislation Suicide

ENA Applauds Introduction of ED Suicide Screening Legislation in Congress

The Effective Suicide Screening and Assessment in the Emergency Department Act would create a grant program within the Department of Health and Human Services that is focused on assisting EDs develop ways to better identify, assess and treat patients with signs of suicidality.

October 23, 2019 Emergency Nurses Association Resources Triage

Emergency Nurses Association Acquires ESI triage program

ENA on Wednesday added the ESI triage program to the association's portfolio of high-quality educational and professional skills development resources for emergency nurses.

September 5, 2019 Austere Medicine Austin Cannabis Education Emergency Nursing 2019 Workforce

Emergency Nurses Association Brings Top-Notch Education to Austin, Texas

The Emergency Nurses Association’s annual conference arrives in Austin, Texas, Sept. 29-Oct 2 with a high-quality lineup of educational sessions available to the thousands of emergency nurses in attendance

September 3, 2019

Emergency Nurses Association Statement on Gun Violence Epidemic

Emergency nurses across the country treat victims of gunshot wounds every single day. No matter the number of patients or the circumstances behind the situation that brought them into the emergency department, nurses and their health care counterparts work tirelessly to care for those injured by a firearm.

August 26, 2019 Advocacy EMSC

Emergency Nurses Association-Supported EMSC Reauthorization Enacted

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.