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.
The nuances of caring for sickle cell disease patients in the emergency department, including the difficulties of overcoming implicit bias, are an ever-present challenge for ED nurses. In the latest ENA Podcast, Paula Tanabe talks about the value of educatio...
Although using a makeshift tourniquet to save a man's life in Tampa is the big story, Maine ENA President-elect Kelly Collins is using her recent experience to drive home the importance of Stop the Bleed training for the public. She joins the ENA Podcast to ...
The final ENA Podcast for 2023 features the life-saving tale of Leigh Ann Sondrup, an ED nurse from the Phoenix area who knows she was meant to be exactly where she ended up while driving home from her overnight shift. Sondrup's quick actions after seeing an overturned truck proved to be the life-saving difference for the driver.
The latest ENA Podcast welcomes Janelle Roscoe, an ED nurse who has a passion for understanding the role teamwork plays when it comes to code arrest resuscitation. She shares key insights from her Emergency Nursing 2023 presentation and her own personal experiences to explore how ED nurses can use non-technical skills to enhance their performance during codes.
The latest episode of the ENA Podcast takes a closer look at how Engage, Powered By ENA, is leading the movement to create healthy ED work environments through its unique, comprehensive approach that supports all emergency nurses and their work to deliver the best care possible to their patients. Engage Vice President of Client Engagement Jennifer Schmitz talks about how collaboration with ED nurses drives the development of Engage...
A proud night shift nurse with 25 years of experience, Marci Ducret has seen almost everything - that is until she stepped up to help an ailing passenger on Ducret's cross-country journey from New Hampshire to San Diego for the 2023 ENA General Assembly. Jus...
As part of Emergency Nursing 2023 in San Diego, the ENA Podcast sat down with Texas ENA President Shawntay Harris to discuss her journey to becoming the first Black nurse inducted into the Academy of Emergency Nursing.
After Tad Worku took the stage at Emergency Nursing 2023 in San Diego, the talented musician and ENA member talked with the ENA Podcast about his story of leaving a music career behind to enter emergency nursing. Tad shares how his mission to find purpose helping others helped inspire his return to music.
Get to know the 2023 ENA Election candidates in this special edition of the ENA Podcast. Hear from candidates for president-elect, secretary/treasurer, the ENA Board of Directors and the Nominations and Elections Committee.
Sepsis-related compliance rates remain low, while sepsis deaths in hospitals continue to be high. To kick off Sepsis Awareness Month, the ENA Podcast welcomes Deanna Gillespie and Kris Powell from ENA's Quality and Safety Advisory Council to talk about the barriers to improving sepsis issues and the progress b...
The latest episode of the ENA Podcast welcomes four ED nurses from Georgia who, fresh off working overnight, jumped into action when a vehicle crashed into the restaurant where they stopped for breakfast. Hear from Piedmont Columbus Regional Northside Hospital emergency nurses Sydney Koch, Micah Muessig-Monteb...
The ENA Podcast visits with members of the team who helped develop the updated TNCC, 9th Edition. Tune in to hear about what's new and what's enhanced in this cornerstone course that helps prepare emergency nurses care for trauma patients.
The ENA Podcast welcomes Emergency Nursing 2023 keynote speaker Shola Richards for an episode that offers a glimpse of what the best-selling author and sought-after speaker will bring to the stage in San Diego. Hear a little about his personal journey that informs his mission of kindness and goal to end workplace incivility.
The latest episode of the ENA Podcast checks in with the 2022 ENDVR Fellows - Bailey Ferris, Roz King and Victoria Nash - about their first year in this unique program driven to give members of underrepresented populations the opportunity to conduct impactful emergency nursing research that benefits ED nurses ...
The latest ENA Podcast welcomes 2023 Judith C. Kelleher Award recipient Cam Brandt, who devoted her career of four decades to pediatric emergency care, educating ED nurses and giving back through her commitment to ENA.
The ENA Podcast welcomes Journal of Emergency Nursing Guest Editor Gordon Gillespie to talk about the journal's special May issue focused on workplace violence research and insights.
The ENA Podcast marks the first anniversary of ENA's Emergency Nurse Residency Program with an insider's view of how it all comes together for an ED. Huntsville Hospital Director of Emergency Services Stacy Langford, along with Clinical Nurse Specialists Dallas Maples and Nathan White, share how ENRP has helped develop confident new nurses who are making impactful contributions in the ED.
The latest episode of the ENA Podcast features Conference Education Planning Committee Co-Chairs Brett Pickens and Kat Hammond as they offer an initial preview for Emergency Nursing 2023 in San Diego. Listen in and then learn more at ena.org/en23
The latest ENA Podcast welcomes Chelsey Simoni, a member of ENA Connection's 20 Under 40 Class of 2022, as she talks about the unusual route she took to being recognized and how she's used the honor to support her mission related to veteran's health care issues.
With the updated ESI Handbook, 5th Edition, and ESI 2.0 online course on their way, the ENA Podcast talks to ENA Nursing Content Specialist Danielle McCallum about the key revisions and other overall importance of triage education to improve patient acuity assessments.
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