The Journal of Emergency Nursing is the official Journal of the Emergency Nurses Association, and reaches more emergency nurses, emergency and trauma departments, and emergency department leaders than any other journal.
Published six times per year, the Journal features original research and updates from the field and covers practice and professional issues, based on current evidence, that challenge emergency nurses every day.
ENA members receive JEN free with their membership.
The Journal of Emergency Nursing is seeking two associate editors to serve on its Executive Editorial Board. Click here to learn more. Interested candidates should submit a letter of reference and their CV to email@example.com by Dec. 15.
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The Journal of Emergency Nursing welcomes unsolicited articles including peer-reviewed articles, department/section articles and letters to the editor.
All submitted manuscripts must be original material that has not been published elsewhere and is not under consideration by another journal at the time of submission to JEN.
JEN print articles are also published in the corresponding online issue.
Journal of Emergency Nursing Editor-in-Chief Anna Valdez and Associate Editor Sue Barnason share the steps emergency nurses can take to have their work published in this recorded webinar.
Articles offering CNE contact hours are available on NursingCenter.com. Create a username and password or log in to access the articles.
*The Journal of Emergency Nursing will change how it delivers CE to readers in 2023 by introducing a new platform that offers an enhanced experience while continuing to allow you to earn CE on your time. Due to this transition, no CEs are currently available for 2023 issues. Access to CE for all 2023 Journal issues remain available through 2025. ENA appreciates your patience through this transition.