Emergency Nurses Association


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Emergency Nurses Association

A professional organization representing and certifying nurses who are proficient in emergency care.
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O'Malley, P., Marata, I., & Snow, S.; for the American Academy of Pediatrics Committee on Pediatric Emergency Medicine, American College of Emergency Physicians Pediatric Emergency Medicine Committee, & Emergency Nurses Association Pediatric Committee.
It has been reported by the Emergency Nurses Association (ENA) that a triage nurse is required to work at least for 6 months in an emergency unit in order to have strong communication skills and have the ability to work independently and to make quick decisions.
The ONS and ICN list their position statements under "Publications"; the ANA lists theirs under "Policy & Advocacy"; and the Emergency Nurses Association (ENA) statements are available in "About ENA." Website search tools are often not helpful for locating position statements.
The same year, the Emergency Nurses Association reported that more than 50 percent of emergency center nurses had experienced violence by patients on the job.
Gail Lenehan, president of the Emergency Nurses Association, emphasized the need for hospitals to reassess how they view security.
Emergency Nurses Association's new guidelines for determining emergency department staffing levels.
2001 Emergency Nurses Association national benchmark guide: emergency departments, Des Plaines, IL: Emergency Nurses Association; 2002.
From the Emergency Nurses Association, this resource is aimed at nurses planning to take the Certified Pediatric Emergency Nurse exam for certification or recertification.
The American Association for Emergency Psychiatry, American Association of Suicidology, Emergency Nurses Association, and other groups cooperated in developing the 11-by 17-inch poster and the guide, both of which were tested among various clinicians.
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.
A few notable connections include the Emergency Nurses Association and the Montana Association of School Nurses.

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