Schedule

General Assembly

 

 

ENA's annual business meeting.

Presession

 

Preregister for this free session; limited capacity.
Presented by:
Kate Boulter, MPH, BAN, RN
Jill Morgan, BS, RN
Shelly Schwedhelm, MSN, RN, NEA-BC
Patricia Ann Tennill, BSN, RN
Sharon Vanairsdale, MS, APRN, ACNS-BC, NP-C, CEN
Angela Vasa, BSN, RN, CCRN

Presession

 

Fee: $130 members; $235 non-members
Preregistration required; limited capacity
Presented by:
Robyn Masseth, OTC

 

 

State Council, Chapter Leaders, and ENA Past Presidents Networking Reception.
ENA Update with the Board of Directors

 

 

ENA Update with the Board of Directors.

Presession

 

Preregister for this free session; limited capacity
Presented by:
Michael Malone, MD
Don Melady, MSc(Ed), MD, CCFP(EM), FCFP
Kevin Biese, MD, MAT
Chris Carpenter, MD
Aaron Malsch, MSN, RN, GCNS-BC

Presession

 

Fee: $130 members; $235 non-members Preregistration required; limited capacity
Presented by:
Matthew Dunn, DNP, MSN, AGACNP

Night Shift Session

 

Presented by:
Kristen M. Cline, BSN, RN, CEN, CPEN, SANE-A, TCRN, CFRN
Kimberly R. Brandenburg, MSN, RN, CEN, CPEN
William Schueler, MSN, RN, CEN
Daniel J. Nadworny, MSN, RN

Opening Session

 

Rise and shine with ENA as we kick off Emergency Nursing 2017 with an Opening Session you won’t want to miss.

ENA is partnering with emergency response agencies nationwide to bring attendees a large-scale, educational mass casualty incident training event. Experience emergency response to a mock natural disaster scenario.

Learn the latest techniques for care in a mass casualty environment from some of the leading experts in emergency response.


Presented by:
Daniel J. Nadworny, MSN, RN
ePoster Sessions

 

 

Be sure to visit the ePoster sessions as colleagues share successful ideas, trends, research studies, practical problem-solving efforts, and expertise.
Sponsored by: Hill-Rom
Disclosure: Support for this educational activity has been provided by Hill-Rom, which had no influence on the planning or content of this education activity
Exhibit Hall, AdvancED, TechED, DisastER, SIM Wars, and ENA Way

 

 

Exhibit Hall, AdvancED, TechED, DisastER, SIM Wars, and ENA Way Open
Cadaver Lab

 

 

Fee: $100
Preregistration required; limited capacity
Participants can earn 3.0 CERPs
Instructors, surgical supplies, and medical equipment for these labs have been provided by Teleflex
Gail Lenehan,
EdD, MSN, RN, FAEN, FAAN

 

 

Preregistration required. Fee: $65
Presented by:
Gail Lenehan, EdD, MSN, RN, FAEN, FAAN
Cadaver Lab

 

 

Fee: $100
Preregistration required; limited capacity
Participants can earn 3.0 CERPs
Instructors, surgical supplies, and medical equipment for these labs have been provided by Teleflex

 

 

The Institute for Emergency Nursing Research (IENR) Research Lounge is open to all attendees to stop by and ask questions about the research process, current or future projects, and how to use research to drive practice change. Refreshments will be served.

 

 

Exclusive to nurses who hold a BCEN credential (CEN®, CFRN®, CPEN®, CTRN®, or TCRN®), the lounge offers a comfortable space where certified nurses can relax and enjoy a few refreshments while mingling with colleagues, members of the BCEN Board of Directors, and BCEN staff. Sponsored by BCEN®
Ballpark Village

Event

 

Enjoy an evening of fun at the newest dining and entertainment district in the St. Louis area. This first sports anchored entertainment district located next to Busch Stadium, home of the St. Louis Cardinals, offers a wide variety of restaurants, bars, lounges, and entertainment venues.

Support the ENA Foundation by purchasing one of two wristband options that support scholarships for nursing education. Make a difference by joining us and helping fund education that saves lives.

  • A limited number of Foundation Experience tickets offer preferred seating and a drink wristband with your donation of $175 to the ENA Foundation.
  • A $75 donation to the ENA Foundation allows you to leave your wallet in your room as drinks are included.

There is no additional fee to attend the Welcome Party at Ballpark Village for conference attendees who are registered for Thursday, Sept. 14.

Tickets are $75 for guests.

Christine Cashen, MEd, BA, CPAE

General Session

 

Wish you had the perfect words for any situation? Wish your team truly acted like a team? Tired of personal and professional conflict? Learn to build relationships and take success to the next level! Christine will help you approach conflict creatively by outlining tactics to keep your cool, diffuse situations, and blow off steam before you boil.

  • Identify, understand, and cope with confrontations to develop the confidence you need to resolve difficult issues
  • Understand what makes different personality styles tick and how to communicate with them
  • Discover how to script effective words for best results

Presented by:
Christine Cashen, MEd, BA, CPAE
ePoster Sessions

 

 

Be sure to visit the ePoster sessions as colleagues share successful ideas, trends, research studies, practical problem-solving efforts, and expertise.
Sponsored by: Hill-Rom
Disclosure: Support for this educational activity has been provided by Hill-Rom, which had no influence on the planning or content of this education activity
Exhibit Hall, AdvancED, TechED, DisastER, SIM Wars, and ENA Way

 

 

Exhibit Hall, AdvancED, TechED, DisastER, SIM Wars, and ENA Way Open

 

 

Fee: $50 Preregistration required; limited capacity Participants can earn 1.0 CERPs Instructors, surgical supplies, and medical equipment for these labs have been provided by Bard
Emerging Professionals Lunch

 

 

New to emergency nursing? The Emerging Professionals Lunch is a great opportunity to meet with other nurses newer to emergency nursing. If you have been in emergency nursing for five years or less, this is a great way to connect with your peers.
Preregistration required; limited capacity
Sponsored by Stryker

 

 

Exclusive to nurses who hold a BCEN credential (CEN®, CFRN®, CPEN®, CTRN®, or TCRN®), the lounge offers a comfortable space where certified nurses can relax and enjoy a few refreshments while mingling with colleagues, members of the BCEN Board of Directors, and BCEN staff. Sponsored by BCEN®

 

 

The Institute for Emergency Nursing Research (IENR) Research Lounge is open to all attendees to stop by and ask questions about the research process, current or future projects, and how to use research to drive practice change. Refreshments will be served.
Hall of Honor Reception

 

 

Don’t miss the NEW Awards Hall of Honor at Emergency Nursing 2017. The Hall of Honor is a walk-through exhibit celebrating those receiving 2017 honors.
Invitation only

Night Shift Session

 

Presented by:
Rich Durkee, BSN, RN, CEN, CPEN, TCRN, NREMT

Night Shift Session

 

Presented by:
Rich Durkee, BSN, RN, CEN, CPEN, TCRN, NREMT

 

 

Join us as BCEN celebrates all certified nurses and honor those who have enthusiastically and consistently demonstrated extraordinary efforts in the promotion of BCEN certifications.
Fee: $43
Sponsored by BCEN®
You must be a CEN®, CFRN®, CPEN®, CTRN®, or TCRN® to attend.
ePoster Sessions

 

 

Be sure to visit the ePoster sessions as colleagues share successful ideas, trends, research studies, practical problem-solving efforts, and expertise.
Sponsored by: Hill-Rom
Disclosure: Support for this educational activity has been provided by Hill-Rom, which had no influence on the planning or content of this education activity
David Nelson, BS

Closing Session

 

Smart companies know healthy employees cost less. Consider that the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention puts a $3,391 price tag on each employee who smokes. That’s why corporate wellness programs continue to gain popularity in attempts to chip away at rising healthcare and insurance costs.

Yet leaders who have tried to move the needle on workplace wellness by changing employee behavior through externally driven change— nagging, bribing, penalizing— know these tactics rarely work.

If organizations depend on human change to create a healthier workforce, then there must be a better way to get there from here. New research shows there is. This session will uncover a teachable, scalable method for driving individual behavior change. Come hear about the best social science research from the past 50 years with a study of more than 5,000 people attempting to overcome intrepid career and personal challenges. When employees have the skills and support needed to succeed at change, an organization becomes ten times more likely to achieve its wellness goals.

  • Describe the principles of self-directed change
  • Diagnose what’s keeping colleagues or even you stuck in bad habits and create change plans that lead to healthier behaviors
  • Use six sources of influence to make individual change inevitable

Presented by:
David Nelson, BS