for the American Academy of Pediatrics Committee on Pediatric Emergency Medicine, American College of Emergency Physicians Pediatric Emergency Medicine Committee, & Emergency Nurses Association
2001 Emergency Nurses Association
national benchmark guide: emergency departments, Des Plaines, IL: Emergency Nurses Association
Gillespie has recently joined the team and has been funded by the American Nurses Association, Emergency Nurses Association
, NIOSH, and the University of Cincinnati for his research on workplace violence.
The Emergency Nurses Association
(ENA) study found that more than half of emergency nurses report experiencing physical violence on the job, including being spat at, hit, pushed or shoved, scratched, and kicked.
On the basis of research-based evidence, public opinion polls, and expert opinion, a number of organizations have endorsed family presence during resuscitation (FPDR), recommending that family members be offered this option (American Association of Critical-Care Nurses, 2004; American Heart Association, 2000; Canadian Association of Critical Care Nurses, 2005; Emergency Nurses Association
The award honors nurses who advance the professional values of the Emergency Nurses Association
(EISIA), in areas related to patient care, administrative, education or research.
Her body of work has advanced the profession of emergency nursing and she provides visionary leadership for the Emergency Nurses Association
and the Academy of Emergency Nursing.
noted that "many professional organizations including the American Heart Association, the Emergency Nurses Association
and AACN support family presence in their publications, resuscitation guidelines and position statements.
September 13-16, 2006, San Antonio, TX Emergency Nurses Association
For example, members of the Emergency Nurses Association
are eligible for discounts on Dell computers and car rentals.
When the Emergency Nurses Association
, Chicago, conducted a membership assessment in 1998, surveys were sent by mail to a random sampling of the membership.
The coalition, put together by Advocates for Highway and Auto Safety, represents more than 130 national, state and local groups, including automobile insurers, automobile manufacturers, the National Black Caucus of State Legislators, state police organizations, the American Medical Association, the Emergency Nurses Association
, Mothers Against Drunk Driving, the National Association of Professional Insurance Agents, the American Insurance Association, Consumer Federation of America and Consumers Union.