The ENA Podcast provides monthly updates to all things emergency nursing. Featuring member interviews, news, and updates directly from the Emergency Nurses Association.
Disclaimer: The opinions expressed on the show are that of the individual and may not be representative of the Emergency Nurses Association.
Preview of EN20X Encore Day: Legal and Forensics
Emergency nurses educate and prepare themselves in many ways, but aren't always ready for the nuances of the legal realm. EN20X Encore Day: Legal and Forensics aims to fill that knowledge gap. Hear from Heidi Gilbert and Bill Light as they preview their presentation focused on what ED nurses need to know about appearing in court.
Behind the Research in November Journal of Emergency Nursing
The latest ENA Podcast goes behind the research with two authors featured in the November issue of the Journal of Emergency Nursing. Hear from Suzanne Watson and Amy Mead as they talk about their article on ED triage symptom and travel screening, while also sharing their journey to being published in the only journal dedicated to emergency nursing.
Catching up with Jim Hoelz about the ENA Foundation and ENA's 50th Anniversary
The ENA Podcast talks with ENA Foundation and 50th Anniversary Planning Committee Chairperson Jim Hoelz as he reflects on his year leading ENA's charitable arm and talks about marking the association's milestone during a unique year.
Preview of EN20X Encore Day: Resuscitation
Resuscitation is a fundamental aspect of emergency nursing and it will be the focus of the next EN20X Encore Day. Hear from presenter and conference education committee member Rachael Smith as she talks about the importance of resuscitation and previews the event.
Behind the Scenes of ENA's 50th Anniversary
Hear from ENA staff members who have brought ENA's 50 years of history to life on social media, ENA Connection and through the virtual timeline found at ena.org/50.
"In Case of Emergency" film preview with Carolyn Jones
Before "In Case of Emergency" premieres on Oct. 14, hear from director Carolyn Jones, executive producer Lisa Frank and emergency nurse Cathlyn Robinson as they talk about the film's powerful look at emergency nursing across the United States.