Nurses also rank their most-desired solutions in study published in Journal of Emergency Nursing
American Journal of Nursing awards Sheehy’s first place in critical care-emergency nursing category
Amy Boren to chair board that funds research and scholarships for emergency nurses
New ENA President Begins 2024 Term
Partnerships help gold standard TNCC and ENPC courses reach more international ED nurses
Appropriate staff levels can improve patient outcomes, ED nurse workloads
Recognition highlights EDs that promote nurse wellbeing, advance patient care, and advance education.
When a patient, regardless of age, experiences cardiac arrest, often the entire family is impacted and involved in care.
Designed to bring together people from around the world to celebrate emergency nurses, the virtual 5K drew 1,053 people together as part of ENA's annual Emergency Nurses Week festivities from Oct. 8-14.
From flight nurses to military members, and mayors to parents, the 2023 ENA Connection 20 Under 40 class has it all.
Chief Healthcare Executive—When a critically ill child arrives in a hospital’s emergency department, even the most experienced nurse can feel a chill. Terry Foster, the president of the Emergency Nurses Association, talks about the anxiety nurses feel when a child arrives in the hospital. Some parents don’t call an ambulance. They simply bring their children directly into the emergency room, and run straight toward a nurse.
Chief Healthcare Executive—Terry Foster, the president of the Emergency Nurses Association, has been a nurse for 45 years. And he tells Chief Healthcare Executive® that he doesn’t recall the level of violence that nurses are seeing in emergency departments.
Chief Healthcare Executive—Health systems are showing signs of progress, but a new study sheds light on areas where they can do better to ensure children get the best care.
Becker’s Hospital Review—Training for the first cohort of Neenah, Wis.-based ThedaCare's nurse residency program is underway at seven of its hospitals. The system adopted the program with an aim to improve retention of new nurses and better equip them for the demands of emergency department care, according to a June 13 news release.
Associations Now - A new program created by a for-profit subsidiary of the Emergency Nurses Association hopes to address burnout and other wellness challenges unique to emergency departments.
ENA on Monday launched a new business initiative focused on improving emergency nurse work environments.
On Wednesday, the ENA Foundation announced the latest recipients of its Cornerstone Award and Keystone Award which will be presented during Emergency Nursing 2022 in Denver to two longtime ENA members.
On Wednesday, the Emergency Nurses Association announced that the Academy of Emergency Nursing will induct three ENA members in its Class of 2022.
On Tuesday, the Emergency Nurses Association announced the Academy of Emergency Nursing will induct 10 ENA members and one honorary inductee as part of its Class of 2021.
“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.
ENA President Mike Hastings' message to members focuses on how ENA is advancing the conversation on systemic racism.
ENA President Mike Hastings' message on how ENA seeks to advance the conversation on systemic racism.
The Emergency Nurses Association announced 14 emergency nurses will be inducted into the Academy of Emergency Nursing in 2016. The candidates for induction are admitted to AEN as Fellows, recognizing they have made significant contributions to emergency nursing that go above and beyond being an outstanding nurse and a devoted ENA member. Fellows are entitled to use the FAEN designation following their name.