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ENA Podcast

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.

Apr 3, 2024

Emergency nurses have a unique sense that helps them recognizes when something isn't quite right with a patient. But, when things don't add up, are they thinking about dangerous pathogens, toxins, chemicals, or radiological materials? The latest episode of the ENA Podcast highlights the launch of the FBI's "ABCs of...

Mar 29, 2024

The latest ENA Podcast introduces Brad Goettl, ENA's first chief clinical officer. Brad talks about his career and 20 years as an ENA member - from Foundation scholarship recipient to being inducted into the Academy of Emergency Nursing - and how those experiences will guide him in his new role.

Feb 22, 2024

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 education, need for leadership buy-in and the simple steps...

Feb 12, 2024

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 talk about how her quick actions to help the bleeding man serve...

Dec 18, 2023

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...