20, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- The American Association of Critical-Care Nurses, the American Organization of Nurse Executives and the Emergency Nurses Association have issued a joint statement about specialty nursing and leadership organization collaboration related to Ebola Virus Disease, on behalf of their 150,000-plus combined nurse members.
What does ENA stand for?
ENA stands for Emergency Nurses Association
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We have 109 other meanings of ENA in our Acronym Attic
- École Nationale d'Assurances (French: National School of Insurance)
- EcoNews Africa
- Economic Net Assets
- Economisch Netwerk Albertkanaal (Belgium)
- Ecovillage Network of the Americas (formerly Ecovillage Network of North America)
- Educandario Nordestino Adventista (Seventh-day Adventist School in Northeastern Brazil)
- Education Networks of America (Nashville, TN)
- Egyptian News Agency
- Electricity Networks Affairs (Kahramaa; Qatar)
- Electronic Networking Association
- Employment Nursing Adviser
- Encuesta Nacional Agropecuaria (Spanish: National Agricultural Survey)
- Enel North America (energy; various locations)
- Energetic Neutral Analyzer
- Energetic Neutral Atom
- Energy Networks Association (Australia)
- Enfants Non Admis (French: Children Not Admitted; movie classification)
- Enhanced Natural Attenuation
- Enseigne et Néons de l'Atlantique (French: Neon Signs of the Atlantic)
- Enterprise Network Architecture
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Written by the Emergency Nurses Association (ENA), in collaboration with members of the American Psychiatric Nurses Association (APNA), and offered exclusively by Elsevier, the course provides nurses with the information they need to safely care for patients experiencing psychiatric emergencies.
In 2009, the Emergency Nurses Association reported that more than 50% of emergency center (EC) nurses had experienced violence by patients on the job and 25% of EC nurses had experienced 20 or more violent incidents in the past three years.
Montana Emergency Nurses Association Symposium 2009
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.
The Emergency Nurses Association recently inducted St.
Manton, PhD, APRN, FAAN, associate professor at Fairfield University School of Nursing, Fairfield, CT, is the 2004 recipient of the Emergency Nurses Association Gail P.
The work was published by the Emergency Nurses Association (ENA) in February 2003, and released at the ENA's Annual Leadership Challenge conference in Albuquerque New Mexico where he presented the work.