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ENA ANNUAL CONFERENCE

SEPTEMBER

19-21 2013

NASHVIL LE, TE NNE S S E E

Onsite Program Guide

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Physio-Control University Schedule ENA Booth 307

Stay up-to-date and earn CERPs at Booth 307 at this year’s ENA annual conference. Each 30-minute session is approved for 0.5 CERPs. No preregistration required. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 2013 4:00-4:30 pM

Time to Defibrillation—Ways to Improve Shock Success! Nicole Kupchik, RN, MN, CCNS, CCRN, PCCN

4:30-5:00 pM

CpR in the ED: R U OK? Mike McEvoy, PhD, RN CCRN, NRP

5:00-6:00 pM

Break

6:00-6:30 pM

Under the influence: Neurological Changes Affecting the ECG. Tim Phalen, BS, Author, Educator

6:30-7:00 pM

Isn’t it Time We Incorporate Data to Improve Resuscitation Outcomes? Nicole Kupchik, RN, MN, CCNS, CCRN, PCCN

7:00-7:30 pM

Capnography Can Make You a Rock Star! Mike McEvoy, PhD, RN CCRN, NRP

fRiDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 2013 9:30-10:00 AM

When to Worry? A New Look at AV Blocks. Tim Phalen, BS, Author, Educator

10:00-10:30 AM

It's Time to Start Using It! Capnography 101. Tim Phalen, BS, Author, Educator

10:30-11:30 AM

Break

11:30-12:00 N

Time to Get With The Guidelines® For Resuscation? Mike McEvoy, PhD, RN, CCRN, NRP

12:00-12:30 pM

Isn't it Time We Incorporate Data to Improve Resuscitation Outcomes? Nicole Kupchik, RN, MN, CCNS, CCRN, PCCN

12:30-1:00 pM

CpR in the ED: R U OK? Mike McEvoy, PhD, RN CCRN, NRP

1:00-1:30 pM

Incorporating Capnography into practice: How and Why! Nicole Kupchik, RN, MN, CCNS, CCRN, PCCN

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 2013 9:30-10:00 AM

Capnography Can Make You a Rock Star! Mike McEvoy, PhD, RN CCRN, NRP

10:00-10:30 AM

Time to Get With The Guidelines® For Resuscation? Mike McEvoy, PhD, RN CCRN, NRP

10:30-11:00 AM

When to Worry? A New Look at AV Blocks. Tim Phalen, BS, Author, Educator

11:00-11:30 AM

Time to Defibrillation—Ways to Improve Shock Success! Nicole Kupchik, RN, MN, CCNS, CCRN, PCCN

11:30-12:00 N

Under the influence: Neurological Changes Affecting the ECG. Tim Phalen, BS, Author, Educator

12:00-12:30 pM

Incorporating Capnography into practice: How and Why! Nicole Kupchik, RN, MN, CCNS, CCRN, PCCN

All Learning Center sessions will be held in the Physio-Control Booth 307. Times and speakers are subject to change.One CERP equals 60 minutes of continuing education (30 minutes = 0.5 CERP).

Board of Directors

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2013 PRESIDENT JoAnn Lazarus, MSN, RN, CEN

DIRECTOR Marylou Killian, DNP, RN, FNP-BC, CEN

2013 PRESIDENT-ELECT Deena Brecher, MSN, RN, APRN, ACNS-BC, CEN, CPEN

DIRECTOR Michael D. Moon, MSN, RN, CNS-CC, CEN, FAEN

2013 SECRETARY/TREASURER Matthew F. Powers, MS, BSN, RN, MICP, CEN

DIRECTOR Sally K. Snow, BSN, RN, CPEN, FAEN

IMMEDIATE PAST PRESIDENT Gail Lenehan, EdD, MSN, RN, FAEN, FAAN

DIRECTOR Joan Somes, PhD, MSN, RN, CEN, CPEN, FAEN

DIRECTOR Kathleen E. Carlson, MSN, RN, CEN, FAEN

DIRECTOR Karen K. Wiley, MSN, RN, CEN

DIRECTOR Ellen H. Encapera, RN, CEN

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR Susan M. Hohenhaus, LPD, RN, CEN, FAEN

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Emergency Nurses...

Everyday Extraordinary Emergency Nurses Week™

Emergency Nurses Day®

October 6-12, 2013

Wednesday, October 9, 2013

www.ena.org/enweek

Coming in Early 2014 SEVENTH EdiTioN Highlights Include: § Initial assessment § New chapters include Teamwork and Trauma Care, Pain, The Bariatric Trauma Patient, Dealing with Interpersonal Violence, and Post Resuscitation in the Emergency Department § Balanced fluid resuscitation and blood component transfusion § Opportunity to earn 14.67 contact hours

The Emergency Nurses Association is accredited as a provider of continuing nursing education by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation.

2013 ENA ANnual conference Planning committee Chairperson Alicia R. Dean, MSN, RN, APRN, CNS

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Member Electra Allen, BSN, RN

Member Karie J. Pearce, BSN, RN, CEN

Member Sherri-Lynne A. Almeida, DrPH, MSN, MEd, RN, CEN, FAEN

Member Anne Stefanoski, BSN, RN, CEN

Member Kathy M. Dolan, MSHA, RN, CEN, CPHRM

Onsite Liaison Carol “Liz” E. Reeves, BS, RN, EMT

Member Dorothy A. Duncan, DNP, RN, CEN, ACNPBC, CCRN

Board Liaison JoAnn Lazarus, MSN, RN, CEN

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Table of Contents Schedule-at-a-Glance______________________________________________________________________ 7 General Information_______________________________________________________________________ 8 2013 General Assembly__________________________________________________________________ 11 Maps___________________________________________________________________________________ 12 Paper and Poster Sessions________________________________________________________________ 18 Paper and Poster Session Disclosures_______________________________________________________ 22 Paper and Poster Session Faculty__________________________________________________________ 27 Sponsored Events________________________________________________________________________ 30 Tuesday, September 17___________________________________________________________________ 32 Wednesday, September 18________________________________________________________________ 33 Thursday, September 19__________________________________________________________________ 34 Friday, September 20_____________________________________________________________________ 38 Saturday, September 21__________________________________________________________________ 45 Faculty Listing___________________________________________________________________________ 52 Faculty Disclosures_______________________________________________________________________ 54 ENA Foundation Scholarships_____________________________________________________________ 59 Exhibit Hall Information___________________________________________________________________ 61 Exhibitor Listing and Product Description____________________________________________________ 63 Alphabetical Exhibitor Listing______________________________________________________________ 86 Numeric Exhibitor Listing_________________________________________________________________ 88 Product Category Listing__________________________________________________________________ 90 New Exhibitors__________________________________________________________________________ 94 Advamed Code of Ethics and Exhibitors_____________________________________________________ 94 PhRMA Code of Ethics and Exhibitors_______________________________________________________ 95 Advertising Index________________________________________________________________________ 96

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Schedule-at-a-Glance Tuesday, September 17

friday, September 20

1 – 3 pm

ENA Board of Directors Meeting

6 – 7 am

Walk for Wellness to Support the ENA Foundation

3 – 4 pm

ENA Town Hall Meeting

7 am – 6 pm

4 – 7:30 pm

Registration, @ENA Wired, Marketplace Express and ENA Foundation FUN-raising

Registration, @ENA Wired, Marketplace Express, Poster Sessions, ENA Foundation FUN-raising and Career Wellness

8 – 9:15 am

General Session

8 – 11 am

Hands-on Procedural Cadaver Lab

9:15 am – 2:45 pm

Exhibit Hall and ENA Foundation Jewelry Auction

10 am – 3 pm

Certification Lounge

10:15 – 11:30 am

Concurrent Sessions

10:15 am – 3:15 pm

Ultrasound Lecture and Labs

11:45 am – 1:15 pm

Lunch in the Exhibit Hall

1:15 – 4:15 pm

Hands-on Procedural Cadaver Lab

1:30 – 2:45 pm

Concurrent Sessions

3 – 4:15 pm

Concurrent Sessions

4:30 – 5 pm

Fast Track Sessions

5:15 – 5:45 pm

Fast Track Sessions

6 – 7 pm

Emerging Professionals

7 pm

A Night at the Grand Ole Opry™ An ENA Foundation Event*

8 - 9:15 pm

Night Shift Session

wednesday, September 18 6:30 am – 5 pm

Registration, @ENA Wired and ENA Foundation FUN-Raising

7 am – 5 pm

General Assembly

8 – 11 am

Presession*

9 am – 5 pm

Marketplace Express

Noon – 1:30 pm

Anita Dorr Memorial Lecture and Luncheon*

1 – 4 pm

Presession*

thursday, September 19 7 am – 7:30 pm

Registration, @ENA Wired, Marketplace Express, ENA Foundation FUN-raising and Career Wellness

7 – 11:15 am

General Assembly

8 – 11 am

Presessions*

10 am – 3 pm

Certification Lounge

Noon – 1 pm

Special Interest Groups and Networking Sessions

saturday, September 21

1:15 – 3 pm

Welcome and Keynote Address

6 – 7 am

Rise and Shine Wellness: Qigong

3 – 7 pm

Poster Sessions

7 am – 1 pm

Poster Sessions

3:15 – 3:45 pm

Fast Track Sessions

7 am – 6:15 pm

Registration, @ENA Wired and Career Wellness

3:45 – 7:30 pm

Exhibit Hall and ENA Foundation Jewelry Auction

7 – 9 am

Certification Recognition Breakfast*

5 – 6:15 pm

Concurrent Sessions

8 – 9:15 am

Concurrent Sessions

7:30 – 10 pm

Welcome to Nashville Party

9 am – 6:15 pm

Marketplace Express and ENA Foundation FUN-raising

9:15 am – Noon

ENA Foundation Jewelry Auction

9:15 am – 12:30 pm

Exhibit Hall

9:30 am – 3:30 pm

IENR Research Lounge

9:45 – 10:15 am

Fast Track Sessions

11 am – 12:15 pm

Lunch in the Exhibit Hall

12:30 – 1:45 pm

Concurrent Sessions

2 – 3:15 pm

Concurrent Sessions

3:30 – 4 pm

Fast Track Sessions

4:15 – 5:45 pm

Closing Session

5:45 – 6:15 pm

Farewell Matinée

7:30 pm

Annual Awards Gala 2013*

*Additional fee required, limited capacity.

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General Information Child Care

@ENA Wired

To provide a safe atmosphere at the meeting, children and infants are not allowed in educational sessions, the exhibit hall or special events.

@ENA Wired is a self-serve computerized system area, social media and WiFi hotspot available to all attendees. It allows you to access your personal or work e-mail, record the educational sessions you attend and print a completed certificate onsite. In addition, attendees are welcome to network with colleagues onsite as well as back home. See what other attendees are saying on the ENA Tweetdeck. Stop by @ENA Wired for special opportunities to enhance your career wellness, pick up some social media tips or recharge your personal device. Get tips on using the 2013 Annual Conference mobile app and complimentary WiFi access.

Conference Mobile App Our Conference mobile app gives you all conference information you need on your mobile device. Features Include: ¡¡ Speaker and session information ¡¡ Exhibit hall listing and map ¡¡ Ability to take notes ¡¡ Receive alerts and updates directly to your device for the lastest information Download the app today! Sponsored by: ENA Annual Conference 2013

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Give Us Feedback and You Could Win an American Express Gift Card We need your input to continue to improve your experience at ENA Annual Conference. Attendees will be sent the Annual Conference Survey shortly after the conference. Please watch for this e-mail and take a few moments to give us your feedback. You could win a $100 American Express gift card.

Photography, Audio/Video Recording Policy On occasion, an ENA photographer may take photos of participants in conference functions or activities. Please be aware these photos are for ENA use only and may appear in future conference programs, catalogs, brochures, ENA Connection, Journal of Emergency Nursing, www.ena.org or other promotional materials. Your attendance constitutes your permission and consent for this photography. Please note that photography and audio/video recording are not allowed inside session rooms or the exhibit hall by attendees.

Relaxation Station Attendees can connect and recharge at the complimentary Relaxation Station, located inside the exhibit hall at booth #717. Professional massage therapists provide an upper body massage on a special chair and relax the tension areas of the neck, back, shoulders and arms. These massages help attendees feel refreshed, alert and energized. Foot massage stations are also available. Sponsored by:

Medical Assistance

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ENA Pavilion Visiting the ENA Pavilion is a must for every attendee. Join us as we share new ways to promote healthy minds and bodies with our eLearning and wellness areas. eLearning Stop by and see the latest eLearning offerings from ENA. On display will be previews of the revised Geriatric Emergency Nursing Education (GENE) Course and some of ENA’s other exciting eLearning products. Sit down at one of the computers for a demonstration or review the numerous online learning offerings available. Wellness Visit Wellness for some Healthy Fun! Test your Wellness IQ with the return of Myth or Fact. Enjoy some healthy games and a chance to win a prize for playing the piano mat! Join in the fun of our Hula Hoop contest at noon on Friday and Saturday for a fun way to strengthen your abs and back while improving balance. Download the Kaywa QR Code Reader (App Store &Android Market) and scan your code!

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Urgent Care: Vanderbilt Health Gaylord Opryland Clinic Monday and Wednesday: 8 am – 6 pm Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday: 10 am – 6 pm Sunday: 10 am – 2 pm (615) 458-1911 Located in the star services area across the street from the cascades lobby. Nearest Hospital: Tristar Skyline Hospital 3441 Dickerson Pike Nashville, TN 37207 (615) 769-2000

Name Badges Name badges are required for admission to all educational sessions, exhibit hall and social functions. No one will be admitted to these events without an official meeting name badge. There is a $10 fee for replacement badges.

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Ribbons Let other attendees know about your ENA achievements by selecting ribbons that highlight your ENA experience at the self-serve Ribbon Table in the Registration Area.

Smoke-free Meeting For your health and that of your fellow participants, this is a SMOKE-FREE MEETING. SMOKING IS NOT ALLOWED in or adjacent to the meeting rooms, registration, offices or at social events.

WiFi Free WiFi is available throughout the convention center.

New Mothers Room Stop by the ENA Registration Help Desk for directions to the New Mothers room which is available during registration hours Tuesday through Saturday.

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Course Information Contact Hours

Course Content

Registered attendees can earn more than 20 contact hours at the 2013 ENA Annual Conference through attendance at keynote and closing addresses, concurrent sessions, fast track sessions, poster sessions, and online CE articles. Additional contact hours can be obtained by attending presessions. The number of contact hours earned is shown below each course title. Contact hour totals are based on the 60-minute credit hour as outlined in ANCC’s 2013 Application Manual.

ENA strives to provide educational opportunities that help nurses make informed decisions about issues affecting emergency nursing. Comments, opinions and/or recommendations expressed by the faculty in ENA programs or by authors of printed and/or visual materials are not necessarily reviewed by or endorsed by the association. In the event of unforeseen circumstances, there may be changes in faculty and program content.

Accreditation

ENA-issued CERPs are not affiliated with, or accredited by, any other nursing organization. ENA does not guarantee that other organizations, institutions or state boards of nursing will accept CERPs from ENA. Check with your organizations, institutions or state boards of nursing to verify acceptance of CERPS prior to submitting for credit.

The Emergency Nurses Association is accredited as a provider of continuing nursing education by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation. ENA’s standards meet most of the required criteria for State Boards of Nursing. CA Statement (per CA Regulations 1459:1). ENA is approved by the California Board of Registered Nursing, Provider Number CEP 2322 (California Continuing Education Provider #CEP2322).

Successful Completion To successfully complete the educational requirements of the 2013 ENA Annual Conference you will be required to provide course evaluation information when you record your contact hours. After each selection is made from the educational offerings, you will be asked a short series of questions regarding the faculty presentation and the success of the course. Upon completion of the evaluation questions, your contact hours for that course selection will be recorded in your electronic file.

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CERPs

Course Tickets and Classroom Seating Tickets are distributed only for courses with restricted participation and/or an additional fee, such as presessions. All other courses are available on a first-come, first-served basis, so please arrive early if a course interests you.

Fast Track Sessions 30-minute Fast Track sessions provide an opportunity to hear the latest, need-toknow, cutting-edge information in a rapidpaced presentation.

Advanced Clinical Sessions adv clin

ENA offers Advanced Clinical sessions aimed at experienced emergency nurses wanting more in-depth education. The Advanced Clinical category does not require an additional fee, special registration or advanced educational degrees for attendance.

Advanced Practice Sessions adv prac

ENA has created a focus area specifically aimed at providing advanced practice nurses and more experienced emergency nurses with progressive clinical information and diagnostic education. The Advanced Practice category does not require an additional fee, special registration or advanced educational degrees for attendance.

Advancing Practice Through Research Poster Sessions Research and evidence-based practice posters are on display during ENA Annual Conference. Take advantage of this opportunity to review current studies on relevant emergency nursing topics. The researchers will be present to discuss their studies at specified times. Viewing the poster sessions earns participants 0.1 contact hour per poster.

Annual Conference attendees may earn up to 3.0 contact hours by accessing the link to these articles through their Annual Conference registration portal. Look for the link to your registration portal in your Annual Conference Fast Facts Letter sent to you just prior to the conference. Participants will review articles and complete an online assessment through ENA’s Center for e-Learning. Visitors new to the Center for e-Learning will need to establish a new system profile before beginning. Each article offers 1.0 contact hour.

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LEADERSHIP CONFERENCE

2014

Save the Date March 5-9, 2014 Phoenix, AZ

Phoenix Convention Center

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*Accreditation statement: The Emergency Nurses Association is accredited as a provider of continuing nursing education by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation.

2013 General assembly ENA’s annual business meeting, the 2013 General Assembly, will be held September 18-19. ENA President JoAnn Lazarus, MSN, RN, CEN, will preside as speaker of the house. Delegates representing ENA’s state councils and international delegates will debate and vote on proposed bylaws amendments and resolutions on healthcare policy and emergency nursing practice issues. The proposed bylaws amendments, resolutions and election rules are available at www.ena.org. ENA invites all members to attend the General Assembly to see their state representatives in action. While only official delegates will be permitted to vote, seats for members to observe the proceedings will be available.

SCHEDULE-AT-A-GLANCE Tuesday, September 17

Wednesday, September 18

Thursday, September 19

1 – 3 pm

6:30 am – 5 pm

7 – 11:15 am

ENA Board of Directors Meeting (All ENA members welcome)

Registration, @ENA Wired and ENA Foundation FUN-raising

General Assembly

3 – 4 pm

7 am – 5 pm

ENA Town Hall Meeting

General Assembly

(All ENA members welcome)

4 – 7:30 pm Delegate/alternate delegate registration, @ENA Wired, ENA Foundation FUN-raising and Marketplace Express

7 am – 7:30 pm Registration, @ENA Wired, Marketplace Express, ENA Foundation FUN-raising and Career Wellness

9 am – 5 pm Marketplace Express

Noon – 1:30 pm Anita Dorr Memorial Lecture and Luncheon LEM

Family Presence 1.0 Contact Hour Richard Lazarus The Emergency Nurses Association believes that families play an important role in the care of patients in the emergency department. ENA also believes that our own families play an important role in supporting us as emergency nurses and as members of ENA. Learn about the journey of one important member of our ENA family: Mr. Richard Lazarus, husband of 2013 ENA President, JoAnn Lazarus. Be prepared to honor your family at this presentation that discusses the “wind beneath our emergency nurse wings.” Fee: $45 Preregistration required; limited capacity.

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Delta Ballroom - Level 2 Anita Dorr Memorial Lecture and Luncheon Party with a Purpose! Past Presidents, State Council and Chapter Leader’s Networking Reception

Poster Sessions

ENA Board of Directors Meeting ENA Town Hall Meeting

General Assembly Welcome and Keynote Address Educational Sessions General Session Certification Recognition Breakfast Closing Session Farewell MatinĂŠe Annual Awards Gala

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Governor’s Ballroom - LEvel 2

Gebauer Company Breakfast Educational Sessions Certification Lounge Speaker Concierge

Ultrasound Lecture

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Ultrasound Lab

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Delta Island Mezzanine Delta Island Meeting Rooms

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Washington B - Mezzanine Level

Presidential Boardrooms A

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Jackson F

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Lincoln

Washington

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BTG International Luncheon Genentech Luncheon FreemanWhite ED Design Team Luncheon

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Ryman Ballroom - Level 0 Educational Sessions

Ryman Studios

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Ryman Exhibit Hall - Level 0 Career Wellness ENA Foundation FUN-raising ENA Foundation Jewelry Auction ENA Pavilion @ENA Wired Exhibit Hall Lunch in the Exhibit Hall Marketplace Express Refreshments with the Exhibitors Registration

Entrance

Ryman Ballroom & Studios

Ryman Exhibit Hall B1

Delta River Flatboats

Ryman Exhibit Hall B2 Ryman Foyer C

Loading Dock Ryman Exhibit Hall B3

Ryman Foyer B

Ryman Exhibit Hall C2

Ryman Exhibit Hall B4

Ryman Exhibit Hall B5

Loading Ramp

Ryman Exhibit Hall B6

Ryman Exhibit Hall C1

Vidacare Hands-on Procedural Cadaver Lab

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Paper and Poster Sessions The posters (400-459) are located in the Delta Ballroom Lobby B. Names in purple represent the onsite presenters at Scientific Assembly.

Research and Evidenced-based Paper Presentations I Presentation I is located in Bayou CD on Fri. 3-4:15 pm as listed on page 42.

Abstract 1: Simulation to Design and Implement a Critical Airway Team Jennifer Oehler, BSN, RN Benjamin Kerrey, MD, MS Jerome Bauer, RN Kaalan Johnson, MD

Abstract 2: Emergency Department Dispensing Albuterol Inhalers to Reduce Pediatric Asthma Readmissions Brad Hall, PharmD April Novotny, MSN, RN, CEN Maureen Leckie, BSN, RN Pam Carter, BSN, RN

Abstract 3: Role of a Pediatric Asthma Protocol in the Emergency Department Robert Vandrick, RN, CEN Andrew G. Miller, AS, RRT James W. Fox, MD, FAAP Moira Breslin, MSc, MD Leslie Pineda, MD Ann White, MSN, RN, CEN, CCNS, CPEN

Research and Evidencebased Practice Paper Presentations II Presentation II is located in Bayou E on Sat. 2-3:15 pm as listed on page 50

Abstract 1: Social Behavioral Needs of Patients with Sickle Cell Disease Paula Tanabe, PhD, MSN, RN, MPH Carlton D. M. Rutherford, M.Div., MSW, LCSW David M. Cline, MD Laura M. De Castro, MD Susan G. Silva, PhD Dori Taylor Sullivan, PhD, RN, NE-BC, CPHQ, FAAN Victoria L. Thornton, MD, MBA, FACEP Caroline Freiermuth, MD Jontue’ Hinnant, BSN, BA, RN

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Abstract 2: Ultrasound-Guided Peripheral Intravenous Insertion in the Emergency Department

406-O Staff Attitudes of HIV Screening in the Emergency Department

Alfie Ignacio DNP, MSN, RN, ACNS-BC, FNP-BC, CEN, CCRN, CFRN, PHN Theresa Santiago, BSN, RN, PHN

Alison L. Teel, BSN, RN, CEN Bruce M. Lo, MD, RDMS Laura B. Gadowski, MD, MPH Jennifer Knips, MD Angie Laing, RN Loretta Martin, MSN, RN, CEN

Abstract 3: Emergency Department Nurses Reporting at the Bedside to Intensive Care Nurses Catie Schmit, BSN, RN, CEN

Research Posters (400 – 414) 400-O Using Touch-screen Computer Data-Collection Programs with Discharged Emergency Department Patients Stephen J. Stapleton, PhD, RN, CEN

401-O Pediatric Emergency Nurses’ Self-Efficacy in Maternal Intimate Partner Violence Screening Patricia A. Normandin, DNP, RN, CEN, CPN, CPEN

402-O Characteristics of Patients who Present to ED Triage with Pain and Leave without Being Seen Christina Ballejos-Campos, PhD, RN, CNS

403-O Sniff This: Aromatherapy in the Emergency Department Hortense Steck, BSN, BSE, RN

404-O Burnout and its Correlates in Emergency Department Nurses Megan Doede, BSN, RN, CEN

405-C Ultrasound Measured Inferior Vena Cava Diameter Performed by Non-Sonographer Nurses Victoria Holbrook-Emmons, MSN, RN, CEN Col. Robert A. De Lorenzo, MD, MSM, FACEP

407-C “Ouch!” Blood draws do hurt! Vapocoolants Decrease Venipuncture Pain in Emergency Department Patients Sharon E. Mace, MD, FACEP, FAAP Elizabeth Gaul, RN Tracy M. Barbour, CRC

408-O Simulation to Design and Implement a Critical Airway Team Jennifer Oehler, BSN, RN Benjamin Kerrey, MD, MS Jerome Bauer, RN Kaalan Johnson, MD

409-O Let Me Help You Wait Laura Brown, BSN, RN Denise Rhew, MSN, RN, CEN Rebecca Berman, ADN, RN Amanda Cook, BSN, RN, CEN Patty Dowd, ADN, RN, CEN Cynthia Finch, ADN, RN, MICN Nancy Summerell, MSN, RN, CEN

410-O Reduction of Emergency Department Visits through Multidisciplinary Medical Management Plan Pam Carter, BSN, RN April Novotny MSN, RN, CEN Maureen Leckie BSN, RN Anthony Pazanese, PharmD

411-O Emergency Department Dispensing Albuterol Inhalers to Reduce Pediatric Asthma Readmissions Brad Hall, PharmD April Novotny, MSN, RN, CEN Maureen Leckie, BSN, RN Pam Carter, BSN, RN

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Paper and Poster Sessions 412-O Social Behavioral Needs of Patients with Sickle Cell Disease

417-C Registered Nurse Centered Medical Screening Exam Program

Paula Tanabe, PhD, MSN, RN, MPH Carlton D. M. Rutherford, M.Div., MSW, LCSW David M. Cline, MD Laura M. De Castro, MD Susan G. Silva, PhD Dori Taylor Sullivan, PhD, RN, NE-BC, CPHQ, FAAN Victoria L. Thornton, MD, MBA, FACEP Caroline Freiermuth, MD Jontue’ Hinnant, BSN, BA, RN

April Novotny, MSN, RN, CEN Maureen Leckie, BSN, RN Pam Carter, BSN, RN

413-O Emergency Provider Attitudes Towards Sickle Cell Patients

419-O Bust That Clot! Alteplase within 60 minutes: See It! Own It! Do It!

Paula Tanabe, PhD, MSN, RN, MPH David M. Cline, MD Jontue’ Hinnant, BSN, BA, RN Susan Randolph, RN, CEN Susan G. Silva, PhD Dori Taylor Sullivan PhD, RN, NE-BC, CPHQ, FAAN Victoria L. Thornton, MD, MBA, FACEP Ann White, MSN, RN, CEN, CCNS, CPEN Caroline Freiermuth, MD

414-O Medication Management in the Emergency Department: I Need Help! Mary Bigowsky, MSN, RN, NEA-BC *Brenda Luchs, MSN, RN, CEN

Evidence-based Practice Posters (415 – 459) 415-O Smooth Sailing-Transfer of Extended Care Patient to Emergency Department Michelle George, BSN, RN, CEN Brenda Luchs, MSN, RN, CEN Mary Bigowsky, MSN, RN, NEA-BC Senka Pavetic, RN

416-O Role of a Pediatric Asthma Protocol in the Emergency Department Robert Vandrick, RN, CEN Andrew G. Miller, AS, RRT James W. Fox, MD, FAAP Moira Breslin, MSc, MD Leslie Pineda, MD Ann White, MSN, RN, CEN, CCNS, CPEN

418-O Tackling Emergency Department Overcrowding: a Success Story Maureen Leckie, BSN, RN April Novotny, MSN, RN, CEN Pam Carter, BSN, RN

424-O Targeted Rapid HIV Testing in a Pediatric Emergency Department (PED) Pamela Volz-Noe, MEd, BSN, BS, RN Joyce Lippe, MD Michelle Hehman, BSN, RN Ellen Bracco, BSN, RN Morgan Nelson, RN Carolyn Holland, MD, MEd Michelle Eckerle, MD Venita Robinson, MHSA Angela Brown, APN, RN

425-O Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner Program: Becoming a 24/7 Hospital Sue Behrens, DNP, RN, ACNS-BC, NEA-BC Phillis Dewitt, DNP, RN, ACNS-BC

Denise Rhew, MSN, RN, CEN Katherine Clark, BSN, RN, CEN Susan Ashcraft, MSN, RN, ACNS-BC Rita Mintimer, BSN, RN, CNRN Debra Britt, BSN, RN, CCRN

426-O Stroke Treatment: Putting FAST into the Treatment Plan

420-O Emergency Nursing Academy: A Multi-Hospital Residency Program

427-O Trauma Time Out: An Evidence Based Project

Nancy Summerell, MSN, RN, CEN Denise Rhew, MSN, RN, CEN

Kevin Langkiet, MSN, RN

421-O Medical Video Review: A Multidisciplinary Approach toward Improving Care Mary Frey, BSN, RN, CPN, CPEN Jennifer Oehler, BSN, RN Gary L. Geis, MD

422-C Emergency Department Team Training: Using Simulation to Improve Nurse Confidence Mary Frey, BSN, RN, CPN, CPEN Julie Shaw, MSN, MBA, RN, CEN Matthew R. Mittiga, MD

423-C Time to Antibiotic Administration Pamela Volz-Noe, MEd, BSN, BS, RN Nicole Harris, BSN, RN Michelle Hehman, BSN, RN Mary Dewald, BS Nathan Timm, MD Evaline Alessandrini, MD Lauren Seeberger Jennifer Williams, MD Jennifer Pomales, BSN, RN

Sue Behrens, DNP, RN, ACNS-BC, NEA-BC

428-O Simulate and They Shall Come: An Emergency Nurse Internship Program Jennifer Sweeney, MSN, RN, CEN Annette Freidhof, BSN, RN, CEN

429-O CARES-A SANE Program Expands to Include Domestic Violence Victims Jeannie Burnie, MS, APRN, CEN, ACNS-BC Jan Graham, RN, FNE, SANE

430-O Reducing the Length of Stay for Chest Pain Patients Kara W. Streets, MS, BSN, RN, CEN, NE-BC Sharon M. Vickers, MSN, RN, CEN

431-O Right Unit, Right Bed, Right Now! Nancy K. Homan, MSN, MBA, RN, APRN-BC

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Paper and Poster Sessions 432-O The Power of Customer Service Laurie Wawrzyniak, MA, BSN, RN

433-O Bedside Reporting: Transforming Care Back to the Bedside Jennifer Theoret, BSN, RN

434-C Ultrasound-Guided Peripheral Intravenous Insertion in the Emergency Department Alfie Ignacio, DNP, MSN, RN, ACNS-BC, FNP-BC, CEN, CCRN, CFRN, PHN Theresa Santiago, BSN, RN, PHN

435-O Hourly Rounding - Improving Patient Satisfaction in the Emergency Department Alfie Ignacio, DNP, MSN, RN, ACNS-BC, FNP-BC, CEN, CCRN, CFRN, PHN Nancy Choe, RN

436-C Sustainable Reduction in Blood Culture Contamination in the Emergency Department Kim Dumont, BSN, RN, CEN Diane Villavicencio, BSN, RN

437-O Revitalizing Trauma Nurse Course Michelle Capan, MSN, RN, CPN

438-O Appropriate Clinical Support of Telemetry Patients Transported from the Emergency Department Barbara A. Buckley, BSN, RN Bethany Collins, BSN, RN, NE-BC Heather Keirman, MSN, RN Jodi L. Eisenberg, MHA, CPHQ, CPMSM, CSHA Kristin Ramsey, MSN, RN, MPPM, NE-BC Rahul Khare, MD

439-O Let It Flow: Emergency Department Gridlock, A Five Year Perspective Ruth M. Carlstedt, MSN, RN Jennifer Lawson, BSN, RN

440-O Emergency Department Consistent Care Plan

448-O What’s The Rush? Reducing Ambulance Hand-Off Time and Increasing Patient Safety

Kathy Hotz, MSN, RN Bonnie Lunsford, RN Jill Wilson, RN *Jaime Townsend, BSN, RN

Christina Liebzeit, RN Margaret Shively, RN

441-O Innovation from the Bedside: Improving the Patient Experience

449-O Assessing Learning Needs: The Certified Emergency Nurse Content Outline as a Survey Framework Kyle Karajankovich, BSN, RN, CEN

Theresa Coleman, BSN, RN Lisa Verseput, MSN, RN, CEN Philip Landis, MSN, RN, CEN

442-O No Patients, No Preceptors, No Problems; Innovative Staff Development Jami Kessel, BSN, RN, CPEN

443-C Step by Step in Pictures: Easing Angst in Central Venous Pressure Monitoring Joanne Kane, RN, CEN Nancy M. Robin, MEd, RN, CEN Denise Brennan, MS, RN, CNL

444-C Making a Difference at Triage: Screening Everyone for Sepsis Joanne Kane, RN, CEN Nancy M. Robin, MEd, RN, CEN Denise Brennan, MS, RN, CNL

450-O Emergency Department Nurses Reporting at the Bedside to Intensive Care Nurses Catie Schmit, BSN, RN, CEN

451-O Increasing Patient Satisfaction and Decreasing Emergency Department (ED) Throughput Times through Revision of the Triage Process Anita L. Martin, MSN, RN, Puneet Freibott, MSN, RN, CCRN, NE-BC

452-O Increasing Patient Satisfaction and Decreasing the “Left Without Being Seen” Rate through Standardized Waiting Room Patient Rounding Puneet Freibott, MSN, RN, CCRN, NE-BC Suzanne Freeborg, RN-BC

445-O Another Set of Hands: Exploring Nurse On-Call Coverage in Emergency Departments

453-O Onsite Laboratories in Freestanding Emergency Centers: Fast, Furious, Heart-saving

Denise Brennan, MSN, RN, CNL Nancy M.Robin, MEd, RN, CEN Cheryl Pappas, BSN, RN, CEN Christopher Amore, BA, RN James Corbett, BS, RN

Hazel Parel, BSN, RN *Javier Lopez, BSN, RN *Christopher Boullion, BSN, RN

446-O Disaster Averted: Low Acuity Flow Frees Resources for the Sick Kim Adams, RN Erica Tuke, BSN, RN, CEN *Edie Newell, MSN, RN *McKenzie Williams, MSN, RN, CEN

454-C An Emergency Department’s Journey: Implementation of EvidenceBased Tools Reduce Restraint Usage Brenda Luchs, MSN, RN, CEN Mary Bigowsky, MSN, RN, NEA-BC Michelle George, BSN, RN, CEN Senka Pavetic, RN

447-O Team Nursing or Not…Whose Team Are You On? Dawn Niemasz, RN Ryan Amormino, RN * indicates non-author presenter

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Paper and Poster Sessions 455-C “Were You Drinking Tonight?” – A Model for Emergency Department Registered Nurses to Address Patient Substance Use Ann M. Mitchell, PhD, RN, FAAN Marie A. Fioravanti, DNP, RN Irene Kane, PhD, RN, CNAA, HFS Holly Hagle, PhD Kimberly Owens, DrPH, MSN Dawn Lindsay, PhD Kathryn Puskar, DrPH, RN, FAAN Lynn Boucek, RN Kimberly Talcott, MPA

456-O Improving Overall Outcomes: Utilizing Paramedics in the Emergency Department

457-O Family Support Committee Positively Impacts Care in the Emergency Department

459-O Positive Thoughts, Positive Outcomes: Providing Feedback to Improve Patient Care

Carol Swigart, BSN, RN, CPEN Erin Black, BSN, RN, CPEN Stacey Creech Daniel Lantis, RN Sasha Mosel/Thompson, MS, RN, CPNP

Jessica Sexton, BSN, RN

458-O Partnering to Improve Pediatric Emergency Nursing in Ethiopia: Challenges and Successes Mary Jean Erschen-Cooke, BSN, RN Peter Rankin, BSN, RN Anne Renaker, DNP, RN

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Paper and Poster Session Disclosures The following poster presenters have returned disclosure forms indicating that they have an affiliation or financial interest in an organization(s) that may have direct interest in the subject matter of his/her presentation(s): Paula Tanabe, PhD, MSN, RN, MPH, Associate Professor, Duke University, Durham, NC 412-O, 413-O Commercial Interest: Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ) Category: Salary - Salary support for grant Role: Primary Investigator David M. Cline, MD, Professor of Emergency Medicine, Wake Forest School of Medicine, Winston-Salem, NC 412-O, 413-O Commercial Interest: Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ) Category: Salary - Salary support Role: Author Hortense Steck, BSN, BSE, RN, Emergency Department Staff Nurse, North Memorial Medical Center, Robbinsdale, MN 403-O Commercial Interest: Clinical Scholar Program at North Memorial Medical Center Category: Salary Commercial Interest: Minnesota Nurses Association Foundation Category: Other – Grant funding Role: Author

The following poster presenters have returned disclosure forms indicating that they have no affiliation or financial interest in any organization(s) that may have direct interest in the subject matter of his/ her presentation(s): Kim Adams, RN, Independent Consultant in Healthcare Efficiency, Swedish Medical Center, Seattle, WA 446-O Evaline Alessandrini, MD, Emergency Medicine Physician, Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center, Cincinnati, OH 423-C Christopher Amore, AD, RN, BA, Assistant Clinical Manager, The Miriam Hospital, Providence, RI 445-O

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Ryan Amormino, RN, Assistant Clinical Lead, St. John Providence Health SystemMacomb, Warren, MI 447-O Susan Ashcraft, MSN, RN, ACNS-BC, Clinical Nurse Specialist Neuroscience, Cone Health System, Greensboro, NC 419-O Christina Ballejos-Campos, PhD, RN, CNS, Clinical Nurse Specialist, Sharp Chula Vista Medical Center, Chula Vista, CA 402-O Tracy M. Barbour, CRC, Clinical Research Coordinator, Cleveland Clinic Foundation, Cleveland, OH 407-C Jerome Bauer, RN, Education Specialist I, Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center, Cincinnati, OH 408-O Sue Behrens, DNP, RN, ACNS-BC, NEA-BC, Director Emergency Department, CDU, Trauma Services, OSF Saint Francis Medical Center, Peoria, IL 425-O, 426-O Rebecca Berman, ADN, RN, Emergency Room RN III, Cone Health System, Greensboro, NC 409-O Mary Bigowsky, MSN, RN, NEA-BC, Director of Nursing, St. Elizabeth Health Center, Youngstown, OH 414-O, 415-O, 454-C Erin Black, BSN, RN, CPEN, Staff Nurse/ Outreach Nurse, Soin Pediatric Trauma and Emergency Center, Dayton Children’s Medical Center, Dayton, OH 457-O Lynn Boucek, BSN, RN, Graduate Student, FNP Program, Pittsburgh, PA 455-C Christopher Boullion, BSN, RN, Staff Nurse, St. Luke’s Community Emergency Center-Holcombe, Houston, TX 453-O Ellen Bracco, BSN, RN, Staff RN Emergency Department, Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center, Cincinnati, OH 424-O Denise Brennan, MSN, RN, CNL, Director Emergency Services, The Miriam Hospital, Providence, RI 443-C, 444-C, 445-O Moira Breslin, MSc, MD, House Staff/MD, Duke University Hospital, Durham, NC 416-O Debra Britt, BSN, RN, CCRN, RN IV Lead Clinical Rapid Response Team, Cone Health System, Greensboro, NC 419-O Angela Brown, APN, RN, Emergency Medicine APN, Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center, Cincinnati, OH 424-O

Laura Brown, BSN, RN, RN Application Analyst, Cone Health System, Greensboro, NC 409-O Barbara A. Buckley, BSN, RN, Nursing Project Leader, Staff Nurse, Northwestern Memorial Hospital, Chicago, IL 438-O Jeannie Burnie, MS, APRN, CEN, ACNS-BC, ED Clinical Nurse Specialist, Bethesda North Hospital, Cincinnati, OH 429-O Michelle Capan, MSN, RN, CPN, Nurse Educator, Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC, Pittsburgh, PA 437-O Ruth Carlstedt, MSN, RN, Emergency Department Clinical Coordinator, St. Jude Medical Center, Fullerton, CA 439-O Pam Carter, BSN, RN, Clinical Manager Emergency Department, Lakeland Regional Medical Center, Lakeland, FL 410-O, 411-O, 417-C, 418-O Nancy Choe, RN, Staff Nurse-ED, Torrance Memorial Medical Center, Torrance, CA, 435-O Katherine Clark, BSN, RN, CEN, Emergency Department RN, Cone Health System, Greensboro, NC 419-O Theresa Coleman, BSN, RN, Clinical Nurse III, Pennsylvania Hospital, Philadelphia, PA 441-O Bethany Collins, BSN, RN, NE-BC, Operations Manager, Cardiac Service Line, Northwestern Memorial Hospital, Chicago, IL 438-O Cheryl Renae Conner, BSN, RN, Emergency & Trauma Services, Team Leader, University of Tennessee Medical Center, Knoxville, TN 456-O Amanda Cook, BSN, RN, CEN, Nurse Case Manager, Cone Health System, Greensboro, NC 409-O James Corbett, AD, RN, BS, Assistant Clinical Manager, The Miriam Hospital, Providence, RI 445-O Beckye Dalton, MSN, RN, CEN, Emergency Department Clinical Nurse Specialist, University of Tennessee Medical Center, Knoxville, TN 456-O Stacey Creech, Clinical Support III, Patient/Family Advocate, Soin Pediatric Trauma and Emergency Center, Dayton Children’s Medical Center, Dayton, OH 457-O Laura M. De Castro, MD, Associate Professor in Medicine, Duke University Medical Center, Durham, NC 412-O

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Paper and Poster Session Disclosures Col. Robert A. De Lorenzo, MD, MSM, FACEP, Senior Research Physician, Tactical Combat Casualty Care Research Program, U.S. Army Institute of Surgical Research, Fort Sam, Houston, TX 405-C Mary Dewald, BS, Statline Operations, Training and QC Audit, Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center, Cincinnati, OH 423-C Phillis Dewitt, DNP, RN, ACNS-BC, Adult Hospitalist Service, SANE Coordinator, Instructor Saint Francis Medical Center College of Nursing, OSF Saint Francis Medical Center, Peoria, IL 425-O Megan Doede, BSN, RN, CEN, Staff Nurse-RN III Level, Saint Agnes Hospital, Baltimore, MD 404-O Patty Dowd, ADN, RN, CEN, Staff RN, Cone Health System, Greensboro, NC 409-O Kim Dumont, BSN, RN, CEN, Charge RN, Clinical Practice Chair, St. Francis Medical Center, Colorado Springs, CO 436-C Michelle Eckerle, MD, Clinical Fellow Pediatric Emergency Medicine, Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center, Cincinnati, OH 424-O Jodi L. Eisenberg, MHA, CPHQ, CPMSM, CSHA, Manager, Accreditation, Clinical Compliance & Policy Management, Northwestern Memorial Hospital, Chicago, IL 438-O Mary Jean Erschen-Cooke, BSN, RN, Pediatric Emergency Care Coordinator, UW Hospitals and Clinic, Madison, WI 458-O Cynthia Finch, ADN, RN, MICN, RN, Cone Health System, Greensboro, NC 409-O James W. Fox, MD, FAAP, Department of Pediatrics, Attending Physician, Pediatric Emergency Medicine, Duke University Hospital, Durham, NC 416-O Suzanne Freeborg, RN-BC, Nurse Manager Emergency Department, St. Luke’s Episcopal Hospital, Houston, TX 452-O Puneet Freibott, MSN, RN, CCRN, NE-BC, Director of Emergency Services and Shift Operations, St. Luke’s Episcopal Hospital, Houston, TX 452-O Annette Freidhof, BSN, RN, CEN, Staff Nurse, Sarasota Memorial Hospital-North Port Emergency Care Center, Sarasota, FL 428-O

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Caroline Freiermuth, MD, Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine, Duke University, Durham, NC 412-O, 413-O Mary Frey, BSN, RN, CPN, CPEN, RN III, Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center, Cincinnati, OH 421-O, 422-C Laura B. Gadowski, MD, MPH, Sentara Norfolk General Hospital/Eastern Virginia Medical School, Norfolk, VA 406-O Elizabeth Gaul, RN, The Cleveland Clinic Foundation, Cleveland, OH 407-C Gary L. Geis, MD, Associate Professor of Pediatrics, Division of Emergency Medicine, Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center, Cincinnati, OH 421-O Michelle George, BSN, RN, CEN, Staff Nurse/Lean Six Sigma Facilitator, St. Elizabeth Hospital, Youngstown, OH 415-O, 454-C Jan Graham, RN, FNE, SANE, Forensic Coordinator, Bethesda North Hospital, Cincinnati, OH 429-O Holly Hagle, PhD, Director, National SBIRT ATTC Director, Institute for Research, Education & Training in Addictions (IRETA), Pittsburgh, PA 455-C Brad Hall, PharmD, Clinical Pharmacy Specialist – Emergency Medicine, Lakeland Regional Medical Center, Lakeland, FL 411-O Nicole Harris, BSN, RN, RN Staff Nurse ED, Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center, Cincinnati, OH 423-C Michelle Hehman, BSN, RN, Clinical Manager Emergency Department, Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center, Cincinnati, OH 423-C, 424-O Jontue’ Hinnant, BSN, BA, RN, Clinical Nurse/RN, Duke University Hospital, Durham, NC 412-O, 413-O Victoria Holbrook-Emmons, MSN, RN, CEN, Assistant Clinical Nurse, San Antonio Military Medical Center, Fort Same Houston, TX 405-C Carolyn Holland, MD, MEd, Assistant Professor Medicine, Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center, Cincinnati, OH 424-O Nancy K. Homan, MSN, MBA, RN, APRN-BC, APN for Emergency Services, Christiana Care Health System, Newark, DE 431-O Kathy Hotz, MSN, RN, Emergency Department Nurse Manager, St. Luke’s Hospital, Cedar Rapids, IA 440-O

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Alfie Ignacio, DNP, MSN, RN, ACNS-BC, FNP-BC, CEN, CCRN, CFRN, PHN, Clinical Nurse Specialist-ED, Torrance Memorial Medical Center, Torrance, CA 434-C, 435-O Kaalan Johnson, MD, Assistant Professor of Otolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgery, Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center, Cincinnati, OH 408-O Irene Kane, PhD, RN, CNAA, HFS, Assistant Professor; RN Options Coordinator, University of Pittsburgh School of Nursing, Pittsburgh, PA 455-C Joanne Kane, RN, CEN, Emergency Department Staff Nurse, The Miriam Hospital, Providence, RI 443-C, 444-C Kyle Karajankovich, BSN, RN, CEN, Clinical Nurse Specialist for East Region Emergency Services/CDU, St. John Providence Health System, Detroit, MI 449-O Heather Keirman, MSN, RN, Operations Manager ED, Northwestern Memorial Hospital, Chicago, IL 438-O Benjamin Kerrey, MD, MS, Assistant Professor, Division of Emergency Medicine, Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center, Cincinnati, OH 408-O Jami Kessel, BSN, RN, CPEN, Emergency Services Nurse Clinician, Nemours Children’s Hospital, Orlando, FL 442-O Rahul Khare, MD, Emergency Department Physician, Faculty Northwestern University, Northwestern Memorial Hospital, Chicago, IL 438-O Jennifer Knips, MD, Sentara Norfolk General Hospital/Eastern Virginia Medical School, Norfolk, VA 406-O Angie Laing, RN, Sentara Norfolk General Hospital/Eastern Virginia Medical School, Norfolk, VA 406-O Philip Landis, MSN, RN, CEN, Clinical Nurse Education Specialist, Pennsylvania Hospital, Philadelphia, PA 441-O Kevin Langkiet, MSN, RN, Director for Emergency Department, Intermountain Medical Center, Murray, UT 427-O Daniel Lantis, RN, Staff Nurse/Charge Nurse, Soin Pediatric Trauma and Emergency Center, Dayton Children’s Medical Center, Dayton, OH 457-O Jennifer Lawson, BSN, RN, Emergency Department Staff RN, St. Jude Medical Center, Fullerton, CA 439-O

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Paper and Poster Session Disclosures Maureen Leckie BSN, RN, Director of Emergency Services, Lakeland Regional Medical Center, Lakeland, FL 410-O, 411-O, 417-C, 418-O Christina Liebzeit, RN, Clinical Nurse Manager, St. John Providence Health System-Macomb, Warren, MI 448-O Dawn L. Lindsay, PhD, Director of Evaluation Services, Institute for Research, Education & Training in Addictions (IRETA), Pittsburgh, PA 455-C Joyce Lippe, MD, Clinical Staff Emergency Medicine Physician, Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center, Cincinnati, OH 424-O Bruce M. Lo, MD, RDMS, Chief, Department of Emergency Medicine, Sentara Norfolk General Hospital; Associate Professor, Eastern Virginia Medical School, Norfolk, VA 406-O Javier Lopez, BSN, RN, Nurse Manager, St. Luke’s Episcopal Hospital, Houston, TX 453-O Brenda A. Luchs, MSN, RN, CEN, Nurse Manager Emergency, St. Elizabeth Health Center, Youngstown, OH,; Humility of Mary Health Partners, Youngstown, OH 414-O, 415-O, 454-C Bonnie Lunsford, BSN, RN, Emergency Department Staff Nurse, St. Luke’s Hospital, Cedar Rapids, IA 440-O Sharon E. Mace, MD, FACEP, FAAP, Director Observation Unit, Emergency Department, The Cleveland Clinic Foundation, Cleveland, OH 407-C Anita L. Martin, MSN, RN, Clinical Educator, St. Luke’s Episcopal Hospital Community Emergency Center, Houston, TX 451-O Loretta Martin, MSN, RN, CEN, Sentara Norfolk General Hospital/Eastern Virginia Medical School, Norfolk, VA 406-O Andrew G. Miller, AS, RRT, Advanced Respiratory Care Practitioner, Duke University Hospital, Durham, NC 416-O Rita Mintimer, BSN, RN, CNRN, Stroke Response Nurse, Cone Health System, Greensboro, NC 419-O Ann Mitchell, PhD, RN, FAAN, Associate Professor, University of Pittsburgh School of Nursing, Pittsburgh, PA 455-C Matthew R. Mittiga, MD, Assistant Professor of Clinical Pediatrics, Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center, Cincinnati, OH 422-C

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Sasha Mosel/Thompson, MS, RN, CPNP, Staff Nurse/Charge Nurse/Night Resource Nurse, Soin Pediatric Trauma and Emergency Center, Dayton Children’s Medical Center, Dayton, OH 457-O Morgan Nelson, RN, Staff Registered Nurse, Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center, Cincinnati, OH 424-O Edie Newell, MSN, RN, ED Manager, Swedish Medical Center, Seattle, WA 446-O Dawn Niemasz, RN, Assistant Clinical Lead, St. John Providence Health SystemMacomb, Warren, MI 447-O Patricia A. Normandin, DNP, RN, CEN, CPN, CPEN, Nursing Professor, Northeastern University, Boston, MA 401-O April Novotny MSN, RN, CEN, Clinical Manager Emergency Department, Lakeland Regional Medical Center, Lakeland, FL 410-O, 411-O, 417-C, 418-O Jennifer Oehler, BSN, RN, RN-III, Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center, Cincinnati, OH 408-O, 421-O Kimberly Owens, DrPH, MSN, Vice President and Chief Nursing Officer, University of Pittsburgh School of Nursing, Pittsburgh, PA 455-C Cheryl Pappas, BSN, RN, CEN, The Miriam Hospital, Providence, RI 445-O Hazel Parel, BSN, RN, Nurse Educator, St. Luke’s Community Emergency Services-Holcombe, Houston, TX 453-O Senka Pavetic, RN, Staff Nurse/Lean Six Sigma Facilitator, St. Elizabeth Hospital, Youngstown, OH 415-O, 454-C Anthony Pazanese, PharmD, Clinical Pharmacy Specialist: Pain Management and Palliative Care, Lakeland Regional Medical Center, Lakeland, FL 410-O Leslie Pineda, MD, Pediatric Resident, Duke University Hospital, Durham, NC 416-O Jennifer Pomales, BSN, RN, Manager, Cancer and Blood Disease Institute, Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center, Cincinnati, OH 423-C Kathryn Puskar, DrPH, RN, FAAN, Professor, University of Pittsburgh School of Nursing, Pittsburgh, PA 455-C Kristin Ramsey, MSN, RN, MPPM, NEBC, Associate Chief Nurse Executive, Northwestern Memorial Hospital, Chicago, IL 438-O

Susan Randolph, RN, CEN, Emergency Department Clinical Supervisor, Duke University Medical Center, Durham, NC 413-O Peter Rankin, BSN, RN, Flight Nurse, UW Med Flight, Madison, WI 458-O Anne Renaker, DNP, RN, Pediatric Clinical Nurse Specialist, Emergency Services, University of Minnesota Amplatz Children’s Hospital, Minneapolis, MN 458-O Denise Rhew, MSN, RN, CEN, Clinical Nurse Educator, Cone Health System, Greensboro, NC 409-O, 419-O, 420-O Nancy M. Robin, M.Ed, RN, CEN, ED Nurse Educator, The Miriam Hospital, Providence, RI 443-C, 444-C, 445-O Venita Robinson, MHSA, Emergency Medicine Clinical Research Professional, Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center, Cincinnati, OH 424-O Carlton D. M. Rutherford, M. Div., MSW, LCSW, Clinical Social Worker, Duke University Medical Center, Durham, NC 412-O Theresa Santiago, BSN, RN, PHN, Staff Nurse-ED, Torrance Memorial Medical Center, Torrance, CA 434-C Catie L. Schmit, BSN, RN, CEN, Emergency Department Clinical Nurse Manager, Centegra HealthSystem McHenry Hospital, McHenry, IL 450-O Lauren Seeberger, Statline Operations ESR III, Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center, Cincinnati, OH 423-C Jessica Sexton, BSN, RN, Staff Nurse II, Emergency Services, Boston Children’s Hospital, Boston, MA 459-O Julie Shaw, MSN, MBA, RN, CEN, Senior Clinical Director, Emergency Services, Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center, Cincinnati, OH 422-C Margaret Shively, RN, Clinical Nurse Manager, St. John Providence Health System-Macomb, Warren, MI 448-O Susan G. Silva, PhD, Associate Research Professor, Duke University School of Nursing, Durham, NC 412-O, 413-O Stephen J. Stapleton, PhD, RN, CEN, Assistant Professor, Mennonite College of Nursing at Illinois State University, Normal, IL 400-O Kara W. Streets, MS, BSN, RN, CEN, NE-BC, Nurse Manager, Christiana Care Health System, Newark, DE 430-O

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Paper and Poster Session Disclosures Dori Taylor Sullivan, PhD, RN, NE-BC, CPHQ, FAAN, Professor, Duke University School of Nursing, Durham, NC 412-O, 413-O Nancy Summerell, MSN, RN, CEN, Clinical Orientation Educator for Emergency Services, Cone Health System, Greensboro, NC 409-O, 420-O Jennifer Sweeney, MSN, RN, CEN, Advanced Practice Program Coordinator, Sarasota Memorial Hospital, Sarasota, FL 428-O Carol Swigart, BSN, RN, CPEN, Staff Nurse/Charge Nurse, Soin Pediatric Trauma and Emergency Center, Dayton Children’s Medical Center, Dayton, OH 457-O Kimberly Talcott, MPA, Project Manager, University of Pittsburgh School of Nursing, Pittsburgh, PA 455-C Alison L. Teel, BSN, RN, CEN, Staff Nurse, Sentara Norfolk General Hospital/ Eastern Virginia Medical School, Norfolk, VA 406-O Jennifer Theoret, BSN, RN, Operations Supervisor, St. John Hospital and Medical Center, Detroit, MI 433-O Victoria L. Thornton, MD, MBA, FACEP, Consulting Associate, Duke University Schools of Medicine and Nursing, Durham, NC 412-O, 413-O

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Nathan Timm, MD, Emergency Medicine Physician, Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center, Cincinnati, OH 423-C Jaime Townsend, BSN, RN RN, Emergency Department, St. Luke’s Hospital, Cedar Rapids, IA 440-O Erica Tuke, BSN, RN, CEN, Clinical Supervisor Cherry Hill and First Hill Emergency Departments, Swedish Medical Center, Seattle, WA 446-O Robert Vandrick, RN, CEN, Unit Educator, Emergency Department, Duke University Hospital, Durham, NC 416-O Lisa Verseput, MSN, RN, CEN, Emergency Department Nurse Manager, Pennsylvania Hospital, Philadelphia, PA 441-O Sharon M. Vickers, MSN, RN, CEN, Staff Development Specialist, Christiana Care Health System, Newark, DE 430-O Diane Villavicencio, BSN, RN, Charge RN, St. Francis Medical Center, Colorado Springs, CO 436-C Pamela Volz-Noe, MEd, BSN, BS, RN, Clinical Manager Emergency Department, Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center, Cincinnati, OH 423-C, 424-O Laurie Wawrzyniak, MA, BSN, RN, Operations Supervisor Emergency Services, St. John Hospital and Medical Center, Detroit, MI 432-O

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Paper and Poster Session Faculty Kim Adams, RN, Independent Consultant in Healthcare Efficiency, Swedish Medical Center, Seattle, WA 446-O Evaline Alessandrini, MD, Emergency Medicine Physician, Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center, Cincinnati, OH 423-C Christopher Amore, AD, RN, BA, Assistant Clinical Manager, The Miriam Hospital, Providence, RI 445-O Ryan Amormino, RN, Assistant Clinical Lead, St. John Providence Health SystemMacomb, Warren, MI 447-O Susan Ashcraft, MSN,RN,ACNS-BC, Clinical Nurse Specialist Neuroscience, Cone Health System, Greensboro, NC 419-O Christina Ballejos-Campos, PhD, RN, CNS, Clinical Nurse Specialist, Sharp Chula Vista Medical Center, Chula Vista, CA 402-O Tracy M. Barbour, CRC, Clinical Research Coordinator, Cleveland Clinic Foundation, Cleveland, OH 407-C Jerome Bauer, RN, Education Specialist I, Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center, Cincinnati, OH 408-O Sue Behrens, DNP, RN, ACNS-BC, NEABC, Director Emergency Department, CDU, Trauma Services, OSF Saint Francis Medical Center, Peoria, IL 425-O, 426-O Rebecca Berman, ADN, RN, Emergency Room RN III, Cone Health System, Greensboro, NC 409-O Mary Bigowsky, MSN, RN, NEA-BC, Director of Nursing, St. Elizabeth Health Center, Youngstown, OH 414-O, 415-O, 454-C Erin Black, BSN, RN, CPEN, Staff Nurse/ Outreach Nurse, Soin Pediatric Trauma and Emergency Center, Dayton Children’s Medical Center, Dayton, OH 457-O Lynn Boucek, BSN, RN, Graduate Student, FNP Program, Pittsburgh, PA 455-C Christopher Boullion, BSN, RN, Staff Nurse, St. Luke’s Community Emergency Center-Holcombe, Houston, TX 453-O Ellen Bracco, BSN, RN, Staff RN Emergency Department, Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center, Cincinnati, OH 424-O Denise Brennan, MSN, RN, CNL, Director Emergency Services, The Miriam Hospital, Providence, RI 443-C, 444-C, 445-O

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Moira Breslin, MSc, MD, House Staff/MD, Duke University Hospital, Durham, NC 416-O Debra Britt, BSN, RN, CCRN, RN IV Lead Clinical Rapid Response Team, Cone Health System, Greensboro, NC 419-O Angela Brown, APN, RN, Emergency Medicine APN, Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center, Cincinnati, OH 424-O Laura Brown, BSN, RN, RN Application Analyst, Cone Health System, Greensboro, NC 409-O Barbara A. Buckley, BSN, RN, Nursing Project Leader, Staff Nurse, Northwestern Memorial Hospital, Chicago, IL 438-O Jeannie Burnie, MS, APRN, CEN, ACNS-BC, ED Clinical Nurse Specialist, Bethesda North Hospital, Cincinnati, OH 429-O Michelle Capan, MSN, RN, CPN, Nurse Educator, Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC, Pittsburgh, PA 437-O Ruth Carlstedt, MSN, RN, Emergency Department Clinical Coordinator, St. Jude Medical Center, Fullerton, CA 439-O Pam Carter, BSN, RN, Clinical Manager Emergency Department, Lakeland Regional Medical Center, Lakeland, FL 410-O, 411-O, 417-C, 418-O Nancy Choe, RN, Staff Nurse-ED, Torrance Memorial Medical Center, Torrance, CA, 435-O Katherine Clark, BSN, RN, CEN, Emergency Department RN, Cone Health System, Greensboro, NC 419-O David M. Cline, MD, Professor of Emergency Medicine, Wake Forest School of Medicine, Winston-Salem, NC 412-O, 413-O Theresa Coleman, BSN, RN, Clinical Nurse III, Pennsylvania Hospital, Philadelphia, PA 441-O Bethany Collins, BSN, RN, NE-BC, Operations Manager, Cardiac Service Line, Northwestern Memorial Hospital, Chicago, IL 438-O Cheryl Renae Conner, BSN, RN, Emergency & Trauma Services, Team Leader, University of Tennessee Medical Center, Knoxville, TN 456-O Amanda Cook, BSN, RN, CEN, Nurse Case Manager, Cone Health System, Greensboro, NC 409-O

James Corbett, AD, RN, BS, Assistant Clinical Manager, The Miriam Hospital, Providence, RI 445-O Stacey Creech, Clinical Support III, Patient/Family Advocate, Soin Pediatric Trauma and Emergency Center, Dayton Children’s Medical Center, Dayton, OH 457-O Beckye Dalton, MSN, RN, CEN, Emergency Department Clinical Nurse Specialist, University of Tennessee Medical Center, Knoxville, TN 456-O Laura M. De Castro, MD, Associate Professor in Medicine, Duke University Medical Center, Durham, NC 412-O Col. Robert A. De Lorenzo, MD, MSM, FACEP, Senior Research Physician, Tactical Combat Casualty Care Research Program, U.S. Army Institute of Surgical Research, Fort Sam, Houston, TX 405-C Mary Dewald, BS, Statline Operations, Training and QC Audit, Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center, Cincinnati, OH 423-C Phillis Dewitt, DNP, RN, ACNS-BC, Adult Hospitalist Service, SANE Coordinator, Instructor Saint Francis Medical Center College of Nursing, OSF Saint Francis Medical Center, Peoria, IL 425-O Megan Doede, BSN, RN, CEN, Staff Nurse-RN III Level, Saint Agnes Hospital, Baltimore, MD 404-O Patty Dowd, ADN, RN, CEN, Staff RN, Cone Health System, Greensboro, NC 409-O Kim Dumont, BSN, RN, CEN, Charge RN, Clinical Practice Chair, St. Francis Medical Center, Colorado Springs, CO 436-C Michelle Eckerle, MD, Clinical Fellow Pediatric Emergency Medicine, Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center, Cincinnati, OH 424-O Jodi L. Eisenberg, MHA, CPHQ, CPMSM, CSHA, Manager, Accreditation, Clinical Compliance & Policy Management, Northwestern Memorial Hospital, Chicago, IL 438-O Mary Jean Erschen-Cooke, BSN, RN, Pediatric Emergency Care Coordinator, UW Hospitals and Clinic, Madison, WI 458-O Cynthia Finch, ADN, RN, MICN, RN, Cone Health System, Greensboro, NC 409-O

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Paper and Poster Session Faculty James W. Fox, MD, FAAP, Department of Pediatrics, Attending Physician, Pediatric Emergency Medicine, Duke University Hospital, Durham, NC 416-O Suzanne Freeborg, RN-BC, Nurse Manager Emergency Department, St. Luke’s Episcopal Hospital, Houston, TX 452-O Puneet Freibott, MSN, RN, CCRN, NE-BC, Director of Emergency Services and Shift Operations, St. Luke’s Episcopal Hospital, Houston, TX 452-O Annette Freidhof, BSN, RN, CEN, Staff Nurse, Sarasota Memorial Hospital-North Port Emergency Care Center, Sarasota, FL 428-O Caroline Freiermuth, MD, Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine, Duke University, Durham, NC 412-O, 413-O Mary Frey, BSN, RN, CPN, CPEN, RN III, Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center, Cincinnati, OH 421-O, 422-C Laura B. Gadowski, MD, MPH, Sentara Norfolk General Hospital/Eastern Virginia Medical School, Norfolk, VA 406-O Elizabeth Gaul, RN, The Cleveland Clinic Foundation, Cleveland, OH 407-C Gary L. Geis, MD, Associate Professor of Pediatrics, Division of Emergency Medicine, Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center, Cincinnati, OH 421-O Michelle George, BSN, RN, CEN, Staff Nurse/Lean Six Sigma Facilitator, St. Elizabeth Hospital, Youngstown, OH 415-O, 454-C Jan Graham, RN, FNE, SANE, Forensic Coordinator, Bethesda North Hospital, Cincinnati, OH 429-O Holly Hagle, PhD, Director, National SBIRT ATTC Director, Institute for Research, Education & Training in Addictions (IRETA), Pittsburgh, PA 455-C Brad Hall, PharmD, Clinical Pharmacy Specialist – Emergency Medicine, Lakeland Regional Medical Center, Lakeland, FL 411-O Nicole Harris, BSN, RN, RN Staff Nurse ED, Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center, Cincinnati, OH 423-C Michelle Hehman, BSN, RN, Clinical Manager Emergency Department, Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center, Cincinnati, OH 423-C, 424-O Jontue’ Hinnant, BSN, BA, RN, Clinical Nurse/RN, Duke University Hospital, Durham, NC 412-O, 413-O

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Victoria Holbrook-Emmons, MSN, RN, CEN, Assistant Clinical Nurse, San Antonio Military Medical Center, Fort Same Houston, TX 405-C Carolyn Holland, MD, MEd, Assistant Professor Medicine, Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center, Cincinnati, OH 424-O Nancy K. Homan, MSN, MBA, RN, APRN-BC, APN for Emergency Services, Christiana Care Health System, Newark, DE 431-O Kathy Hotz, MSN, RN, Emergency Department Nurse Manager, St. Luke’s Hospital, Cedar Rapids, IA 440-O Alfie Ignacio, DNP, MSN, RN, ACNSBC, FNP-BC, CEN, CCRN, CFRN, PHN, Clinical Nurse Specialist-ED, Torrance Memorial Medical Center, Torrance, CA 434-C, 435-O Kaalan Johnson, MD, Assistant Professor of Otolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgery, Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center, Cincinnati, OH 408-O Irene Kane, PhD, RN, CNAA, HFS, Assistant Professor; RN Options Coordinator, University of Pittsburgh School of Nursing, Pittsburgh, PA 455-C Joanne Kane, RN, CEN, Emergency Department Staff Nurse, The Miriam Hospital, Providence, RI 443-C, 444-C Kyle Karajankovich, BSN, RN, CEN, Clinical Nurse Specialist for East Region Emergency Services/CDU, St. John Providence Health System, Detroit, MI 449-O Heather Keirman, MSN, RN, Operations Manager ED, Northwestern Memorial Hospital, Chicago, IL 438-O Benjamin Kerrey, MD, MS, Assistant Professor, Division of Emergency Medicine, Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center, Cincinnati, OH 408-O Jami Kessel, BSN, RN, CPEN, Emergency Services Nurse Clinician, Nemours Children’s Hospital, Orlando, FL 442-O Rahul Khare, MD, Emergency Department Physician, Faculty Northwestern University, Northwestern Memorial Hospital, Chicago, IL 438-O Jennifer Knips, MD, Sentara Norfolk General Hospital/Eastern Virginia Medical School, Norfolk, VA 406-O

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Angie Laing, RN, Sentara Norfolk General Hospital/Eastern Virginia Medical School, Norfolk, VA 406-O Philip Landis, MSN, RN, CEN, Clinical Nurse Education Specialist, Pennsylvania Hospital, Philadelphia, PA 441-O Kevin Langkiet, MSN, RN, Director for Emergency Department, Intermountain Medical Center, Murray, UT 427-O Daniel Lantis, RN, Staff Nurse/Charge Nurse, Soin Pediatric Trauma and Emergency Center, Dayton Children’s Medical Center, Dayton, OH 457-O Jennifer Lawson, BSN, RN, Emergency Department Staff RN, St. Jude Medical Center, Fullerton, CA 439-O Maureen Leckie BSN, RN, Director of Emergency Services, Lakeland Regional Medical Center, Lakeland, FL 410-O, 411-O, 417-C, 418-O Christina Liebzeit, RN, Clinical Nurse Manager, St. John Providence Health System-Macomb, Warren, MI 448-O Dawn L. Lindsay, PhD, Director of Evaluation Services, Institute for Research, Education & Training in Addictions (IRETA), Pittsburgh, PA 455-C Joyce Lippe, MD, Clinical Staff Emergency Medicine Physician, Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center, Cincinnati, OH 424-O Bruce M. Lo, MD, RDMS, Chief, Department of Emergency Medicine, Sentara Norfolk General Hospital; Associate Professor, Eastern Virginia Medical School, Norfolk, VA 406-O Javier Lopez, BSN, RN, Nurse Manager, St. Luke’s Episcopal Hospital, Houston, TX 453-O Brenda A. Luchs, MSN, RN, CEN, Nurse Manager Emergency, St. Elizabeth Health Center, Youngstown, OH,; Humility of Mary Health Partners, Youngstown, OH 414-O, 415-O, 454-C Bonnie Lunsford, BSN, RN, Emergency Department Staff Nurse, , St. Luke’s Hospital, Cedar Rapids, IA 440-O Sharon E. Mace, MD, FACEP, FAAP, Director Observation Unit, Emergency Department, The Cleveland Clinic Foundation, Cleveland, OH 407-C Anita L. Martin, MSN, RN, Clinical Educator, St. Luke’s Episcopal Hospital Community Emergency Center, Houston, TX 451-O

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Paper and Poster Session Faculty Loretta Martin, MSN, RN, CEN, Sentara Norfolk General Hospital/Eastern Virginia Medical School, Norfolk, VA 406-O Andrew G. Miller, AS, RRT, Advanced Respiratory Care Practitioner, Duke University Hospital, Durham, NC 416-O Rita Mintimer, BSN, RN, CNRN, Stroke Response Nurse, Cone Health System, Greensboro, NC 419-O Ann Mitchell, PhD, RN, FAAN, Associate Professor, University of Pittsburgh School of Nursing, Pittsburgh, PA 455-C Matthew R. Mittiga, MD, Assistant Professor of Clinical Pediatrics, Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center, Cincinnati, OH 422-C Sasha Mosel/Thompson, MS, RN, CPNP, Staff Nurse/Charge Nurse/Night Resource Nurse, Soin Pediatric Trauma and Emergency Center, Dayton Children’s Medical Center, Dayton, OH 457-O Morgan Nelson, RN, Staff Registered Nurse, Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center, Cincinnati, OH 424-O Edie Newell, MSN, RN, ED Manager, Swedish Medical Center, Seattle, WA 446-O Dawn Niemasz, RN, Assistant Clinical Lead, St. John Providence Health SystemMacomb, Warren, MI 447-O Patricia A. Normandin, DNP, RN, CEN, CPN, CPEN, Nursing Professor, Northeastern University, Boston, MA 401-O April Novotny MSN, RN, CEN, Clinical Manager Emergency Department, Lakeland Regional Medical Center, Lakeland, FL 410-O, 411-O, 417-C, 418-O Jennifer Oehler, BSN, RN, RN-III, Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center, Cincinnati, OH 408-O, 421-O Kimberly Owens, DrPH, MSN, Vice President and Chief Nursing Officer, University of Pittsburgh School of Nursing, Pittsburgh, PA 455-C Cheryl Pappas, BSN, RN, CEN, The Miriam Hospital, Providence, RI 445-O Hazel Parel, BSN, RN, Nurse Educator, St. Luke’s Community Emergency Services-Holcombe, Houston, TX 453-O Senka Pavetic, RN, Staff Nurse/Lean Six Sigma Facilitator, St. Elizabeth Hospital, Youngstown, OH 415-O, 454-C

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Anthony Pazanese, PharmD, Clinical Pharmacy Specialist: Pain Management and Palliative Care, Lakeland Regional Medical Center, Lakeland, FL 410-O Leslie Pineda, MD, Pediatric Resident, Duke University Hospital, Durham, NC 416-O Jennifer Pomales, BSN, RN, Manager Cancer and Blood Disease Institute, Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center, Cincinnati, OH 423-C Kathryn Puskar, DrPH, RN, FAAN, Professor, University of Pittsburgh School of Nursing, Pittsburgh, PA 455-C Kristin Ramsey, MSN, RN, MPPM, NEBC, Associate Chief Nurse Executive, Northwestern Memorial Hospital, Chicago, IL 438-O Susan Randolph, RN, CEN, Emergency Department Clinical Supervisor, Duke University Medical Center, Durham, NC 413-O Peter Rankin, BSN, RN, Flight Nurse, UW Med Flight, Madison, WI 458-O Anne Renaker, DNP, RN, Pediatric Clinical Nurse Specialist, Emergency Services, University of Minnesota Amplatz Children’s Hospital, Minneapolis, MN 458-O Denise Rhew, MSN, RN, CEN, Clinical Nurse Educator, Cone Health System, Greensboro, NC 409-O, 419-O, 420-O Nancy M. Robin, M.Ed, RN, CEN, ED Nurse Educator, The Miriam Hospital, Providence, RI 443-C, 444-C, 445-O Venita Robinson, MHSA, Emergency Medicine Clinical Research Professional, Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center, Cincinnati, OH 424-O Carlton D. M. Rutherford, M.Div., MSW, LCSW, Clinical Social Worker, Duke University Medical Center, Durham, NC 412-O Theresa Santiago, BSN, RN, PHN, Staff Nurse-ED, Torrance Memorial Medical Center, Torrance, CA 434-C Catie L. Schmit, BSN, RN, CEN, Emergency Department Clinical Nurse Manager, Centegra HealthSystem McHenry Hospital, McHenry, IL 450-O Lauren Seeberger, Statline Operations ESR III, Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center, Cincinnati, OH 423-C

Jessica Sexton, BSN, RN, Staff Nurse II, Emergency Services, Boston Children’s Hospital, Boston, MA 459-O Julie Shaw, MSN, MBA, RN, CEN, Senior Clinical Director, Emergency Services, Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center, Cincinnati, OH 422-C Margaret Shively, RN, Clinical Nurse Manager, St. John Providence Health System-Macomb, Warren, MI 448-O Susan G. Silva, PhD, Associate Research Professor, Duke University School of Nursing, Durham, NC 412-O, 413-O Stephen J. Stapleton, PhD, RN, CEN, Assistant Professor, Mennonite College of Nursing at Illinois State University, Normal, IL 400-O Hortense Steck, BSN, BSE, RN, Emergency Department Staff Nurse, North Memorial Medical Center, Robbinsdale, MN 403-O Kara W. Streets, MS, BSN, RN, CEN, NE-BC, Nurse Manager, Christiana Care Health System, Newark, DE 430-O Dori Taylor Sullivan, PhD, RN, NE-BC, CPHQ, FAAN, Professor, Duke University School of Nursing, Durham, NC 412-O, 413-O Nancy Summerell, MSN, RN, CEN, Clinical Orientation Educator for Emergency Services, Cone Health System, Greensboro, NC 409-O, 420-O Jennifer Sweeney, MSN, RN, CEN, Advanced Practice Program Coordinator, Sarasota Memorial Hospital, Sarasota, FL 428-O Carol Swigart, BSN, RN, CPEN, Staff Nurse/Charge Nurse, Soin Pediatric Trauma and Emergency Center, Dayton Children’s Medical Center, Dayton, OH 457-O Kimberly Talcott, MPA, Project Manager, University of Pittsburgh School of Nursing, Pittsburgh, PA 455-C Paula Tanabe, PhD, MSN, RN, MPH, Associate Professor, Duke University, Durham, NC 412-O, 413-O Alison L. Teel, BSN, RN, CEN, Staff Nurse, Sentara Norfolk General Hospital/ Eastern Virginia Medical School, Norfolk, VA 406-O Jennifer Theoret, BSN, RN, Operations Supervisor, St. John Hospital and Medical Center, Detroit, MI 433-O

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Paper and Poster Session Faculty Victoria L. Thornton, MD, MBA, FACEP, Consulting Associate, Duke University Schools of Medicine and Nursing, Durham, NC 412-O, 413-O Nathan Timm, MD, Emergency Medicine Physician, Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center, Cincinnati, OH 423-C Jaime Townsend, BSN, RN RN, Emergency Department, St. Luke’s Hospital, Cedar Rapids, IA 440-O Erica Tuke, BSN, RN, CEN, Clinical Supervisor Cherry Hill and First Hill Emergency Departments, Swedish Medical Center, Seattle, WA 446-O Robert Vandrick, RN, CEN, Unit Educator, Emergency Department, Duke University Hospital, Durham, NC 416-O

Lisa Verseput, MSN, RN, CEN, Emergency Department Nurse Manager, Pennsylvania Hospital, Philadelphia, PA 441-O Sharon M. Vickers, MSN, RN, CEN, Staff Development Specialist, Christiana Care Health System, Newark, DE 430-O Diane Villavicencio, BSN, RN, Charge RN, St. Francis Medical Center, Colorado Springs, CO 436-C Pamela Volz-Noe, MEd, BSN, BS, RN, Clinical Manager Emergency Department, Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center, Cincinnati, OH 423-C, 424-O Laurie Wawrzyniak, MA, BSN, RN, Operations Supervisor Emergency Services, St. John Hospital and Medical Center, Detroit, MI 432-O

Ann White, MSN, RN, CEN, CCNS, CPEN, Emergency Services Clinical Nurse Specialist, Duke University Hospital, Durham, NC 413-O, 416-O Jennifer Williams, MD, Cancer and Blood Disease Institute Clinical Fellow, Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center, Cincinnati, OH 423-C McKenzie Williams, MSN, RN, CEN, Clinical Supervisor, Swedish Medical Center, Seattle, WA 446-O Jill Wilson, RN, Emergency Department Staff Nurse, St. Luke’s Hospital, Cedar Rapids, IA 440-O

Become a 2014 Annual Conference Faculty Member Today Submissions due Monday, October 14, 2013 Share your knowledge in Indianapolis with an international audience of emergency nurses. Presentations in multiple course areas and course lengths are needed.

2014 Annual Conference ¡ Indianapolis, IN ¡ October 7-11, 2014

For full details including course areas, criteria and submission form, please visit www.ena.org.

For questions, email conferences@ena.org or call 847-460-4117.

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Sponsored Events Wednesday, September 18 Noon – 1:30 pm

Friday, September 20 6:15 – 7:45 am

Washington B Sponsored Educational Session

Governor’s Ballroom A&E Sponsored Educational Session

Bedside Care Management Considerations in Pit Viper Snakebites

Wake Up and Discover How to Control Needle Stick Pain!

This symposium describes immediate care considerations and interventions for the Emergency Department Nurse in the care of patients who present with snakebites. Preregistration is required for this event; visit www.ena.org/ac for more information. Sponsored by

Thursday, September 19 10 am – 3 pm

How many of us have seen manly men go to the ground at the sight of a tetanus shot needle? Heard the frightened voice of a child saying “Am I going to get a needle?” Felt the frustration of needing to stick our patients a second time and inflicting more pain? Join us this morning as we take a look at this important issue through the lens of our patients. We will discuss simple strategies to help reduce our patients’ pain and our anxiety as a clinician. What more can we ask for at 6 am; a great breakfast, the company of great colleagues, a light and lively presentation and the opportunity to enhance our skills. Preregistration is required for this event; visit www.ena.org/ac for more information. Sponsored by

Governor’s Chamber DE Certification Lounge Attendees holding a CEN®, CFRN®, CPEN® or CTRN® credential are invited for snacks and a chance to catch a quiet moment between sessions at the Certification Lounge. Sponsored by

Annual Conference Sponsor

Friday, September 20 8 – 11 am Ryman Exhibit Hall B6

Hands-On Procedural Cadaver Lab; Session 1

Thursday, September 19 11:30 am – 1 pm Washington B

ENA / Genentech Stroke Education Modules Preview ENA and Genentech have partnered together to provide online educational modules and increase your knowledge of stroke. The modules include quick, easily accessible interactive lessons that teach proper recognition and management of stroke; knowledge assessment and progress checks; and a Certificate of completion. This program certificate does not satisfy requirements for Continuing Education credits. Lunch will be provided. Preregistration is required for this event; visit www.ena.org/ac for more information.

This hands-on procedural lab will provide the unique opportunity to review relevant anatomy associated with critical care procedures. Participants will enhance their understanding of the various procedures and the associated risk and benefits. Preregistration is required for this event; visit www.ena.org/ac for more information. Sponsored by

ENA Strategic Sponsor

Friday, September 20 10 am – 3 pm Governor’s Chamber DE Certification Lounge Attendees holding a CEN®, CFRN®, CPEN® or CTRN® credential are invited for snacks and a chance to catch a quiet moment between sessions at the Certification Lounge. Sponsored by

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Sponsored Events Friday, September 20 11:45 am – 1:15 pm

Saturday, September 21 7 – 9 am

Washington B Sponsored Educational Session

Delta Ballroom A

Back to Basics: The Top Design Considerations for Any ED Project

Enjoy breakfast as we join together in recognition of BCEN certified nurses. Hear from keynote speaker, Vicki Hitzges as she presents: “Put Away the Lawnmower, Charlie, Those Are Trees Out There.” Learn several vital skills to use at work and at home to build solid relationships that last. You’ll love Vicki’s energy, humor and stories! You must be a CEN®, CFRN®, CPEN®, or CTRN® to attend.

Certification Recognition Breakfast

This presentation will identify successful design features and physical design strategies to help attendees evaluate and address their facility needs during this time of rapid change. Drawing upon experience with more than 275 emergency department engagements across the US, Canada, and Europe, the FreemanWhite ED Design Team will present key design considerations, best practices, and operational efficiencies to maximize capital investment, produce a successful design, and avoid costly pitfalls. Lunch will be provided. Registration required.

Preregistration is required for this event; limited capacity available. Sponsored by

Preregistration is required for this event; visit www.ena.org/ac for more information. Sponsored by

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Friday, September 20 1:15 – 4:15 pm Ryman Exhibit Hall B6

Hands-On Procedural Cadaver Lab; Session 2 This hands-on procedural lab will provide the unique opportunity to review relevant anatomy associated with critical care procedures. Participants will enhance their understanding of the various procedures and the associated risk and benefits. Preregistration is required for this event; visit www.ena.org/ac for more information. Sponsored by

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Tuesday, September 17 1 – 3 pm

4 – 7:30 pm

ENA Board of Directors Meeting

Registration

Delta Ballroom B

Ryman Exhibit Hall C First things first! Visit registration to check in, pick up your bag, badge and holder, tickets and ribbons, make a payment or just ask a question. If you are fully registered and have paid in full, visit Express registration. If you’re paying by credit card and would like to register onsite or pay your balance due, visit Register Now Express.

3 – 4 pm ENA Town Hall Meeting Delta Ballroom B

3 – 6 pm Speaker Concierge Governor’s Chamber C Speakers are encouraged to visit the Speaker Concierge to upload presentation updates or seek technical help.

Marketplace Express Ryman Exhibit Hall C Stop by Marketplace Express, ENA’s specialty store, to browse a wide selection of books and resources relevant to your career, as well as ENA branded merchandise and clothing. Your order can be shipped from the cashier and shipping station. Marketplace Express is also available to answer any membershiprelated questions.

ENA Foundation FUN-raising Ryman Exhibit Hall C Drop by the ENA Foundation booth to learn about new and exciting FUN-raising opportunities.

Career Wellness Ryman Exhibit Hall C How healthy is your career? Stop by the Career Wellness kiosk for tips and tools to keep your career healthy and rewarding. You’ll have access to ENA’s Career Center to create and update your career profile and discuss career development with ENA staff.

@ENA Wired Ryman Exhibit Hall C @ENA Wired is a self-serve computerized system area, social media and WiFi hotspot available to all attendees. It allows you to access your personal or work e-mail, record the educational sessions you attend and print a completed certificate onsite. In addition, attendees are welcome to network with colleagues onsite as well as back home. See what other attendees are saying on the ENA Tweetdeck.

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Wednesday, September 18 6:30 am – 5 pm

8 – 11 am

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Introduction to Basic Wound Repair Bayou AB ¡¡ Designed for beginner students, practice the basic techniques of acute care wound closure including simple interrupted sutures, with demonstration of mattress sutures and closure of corner lacerations ¡¡ Learn through didactic and hands-on methods the practical skills advanced practice nurses need to perform—a variety of wound closure techniques on a simulated (bovine) model ¡¡ Review pertinent anatomy and the most current evidence-based guidelines for wound closure Andrew A. Galvin, MSN, BSN, RN, ACNP-BC, CEN

Career Wellness Ryman Exhibit Hall C

@ENA Wired

SOLD OUT!

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ENA Foundation FUN-raising Ryman Exhibit Hall C

Speaker Concierge Governor’s Chamber C

7 am – 5 pm

In kind support for suturing equipment provided by

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Bedside Care Management Considerations in Pit Viper Snakebites This symposium describes immediate care considerations and interventions for the Emergency Department Nurse in the care of patients who present with snakebites. Preregistration is required for this event; visit www.ena.org/ac for more information. Sponsored by

1 – 4 pm 3 contact hours

Presession

Intermediate and Advanced Wound Repair

Sydney Gay, MSPA, PA-C

General Assembly

BTG International Sponsored Educational Session

In kind support for suturing materials provided by

Bayou AB ¡¡ Designed for those advanced practice nurses who already have experience with basic wound repair and closure. Attendees are not required to attend Introduction to Basic Wound Care but should be experienced with basic wound repair and closure ¡¡ Learn through didactic and hands-on methods the practical skills advanced practice nurses need to perform—a variety of wound closure techniques on a simulated (bovine) model ¡¡ Review specific problematic wounds and methods of repair, such as closure of lip lacerations with vermilion border involvement, deep or buried sutures and running subcuticular sutures Andrew A. Galvin, MSN, BSN, RN, ACNP-BC, CEN

SOLD OUT!

$95 member/$155 nonmember Nonconference Registrant: $120 member/$180 nonmember Preregistration required; limited capacity.

9 am – 5 pm Marketplace Express Ryman Exhibit Hall C

Noon – 1:30 pm

Anita Dorr Memorial Lecture and Luncheon - Family Presence Lecture Delta Ballroom D Learn about the journey of one important member of our ENA family: Mr. Richard Lazarus, the husband of the 2013 ENA President, JoAnn Lazarus. Be prepared to honor your family at this presentation that discusses the “wind beneath our emergency nurse wings.”

Sydney Gay, MSPA, PA-C

Richard Lazarus

$95 member/$155 nonmember

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Thursday, September 19 7 am – 7:30 pm

Sydney Gay, MSPA, PA-C

Noon – 1 pm

Registration, Career Wellness, @ENA Wired, Marketplace Express, and ENA Foundation FUN-raising

In-kind support for suturing equipment provided by

Special Interest Groups and Networking Sessions

Ryman Exhibit Hall C

$95 member/$155 nonmember

6:30 am - 5 pm

Nonconference Registrant: $120 member/$180 nonmember

Speaker Concierge

Preregistration required; limited capacity.

Governor’s Chamber C

7 – 11:15 am General Assembly Delta Ballroom A

8 – 11 am Presessions

3 contact hours

Casting and Splinting Lab

Bayou CD ¡¡ Learn how to splint or cast fractures and sprains of the arm, wrist, hand, leg and ankle ¡¡ Practice hands-on with various splinting materials to develop skill in proper techniques William A. Gluckman, DO, MBA, FACEP

10 am – 3 pm

Join your colleagues for informative discussions on a variety of emergency care topics. ENA Special Interest Groups and Networking Sessions are great opportunities to share information, exchange ideas and build new networking relationships with colleagues that can last a lifetime.

Certification Lounge

Special Interest Groups:

Governor’s Chamber DE Attendees holding a CEN®, CFRN®, CPEN® or CTRN® credential are invited for snacks and a chance to catch a quiet moment between sessions at the Certification Lounge.

Delta Ballroom D ¡¡ ED Technology ¡¡ Emergency Educators Canal A-D ¡¡ Forensic Nursing ¡¡ Small Rural and Critical Access Hospitals Ryman Ballroom ¡¡ Pediatric Emergency Care ¡¡ Retired Emergency Nurses ¡¡ Uniformed Services

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SOLD OUT! Edward M. Collins, MSN, RN, ACNP In-kind support for splinting and casting equipment provided by

$95 member/$155 nonmember Nonconference Registrant: $120 member/$180 nonmember Preregistration required; limited capacity.

It’s NOT a Spider Bite: MRSA Abscesses and Treatment Bayou AB ¡¡ Review several common ED dermatology complaints, including a focus on community-acquired methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus skin abscesses ¡¡ Participate in an interactive, hands-on skill lab, learning how to perform an incision and drainage on a simulated model ¡¡ Review current epidemiology and treatment recommendations Andrew A. Galvin, MSN, BSN, RN, ACNP-BC, CEN

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Networking Sessions:

11:30 am – 1 pm ENA / Genentech Stroke Education Modules Preview Washington B ENA and Genentech have partnered to provide online educational modules and increase your knowledge of stroke. The modules include quick, easily accessible interactive lessons that teach proper recognition and management of stroke; knowledge assessment and progress checks; and a certificate of completion. This program certificate does not satisfy requirements for Continuing Education credits. Lunch will be provided. Preregistration is required for this event; visit www.ena.org/ac for more information.

Governor’s Ballroom A&E ¡¡ Advanced Practice Nursing ¡¡ Geriatrics Governor’s Ballroom B ¡¡ Emergency Preparedness ¡¡ Institute for Emergency Nursing Research Delta Ballroom B ¡¡ Government Affairs and EN411 Key Contacts ¡¡ Lantern Award for Exemplary Emergency Departments Governor’s Ballroom CD ¡¡ Managers ¡¡ Quality and Safety Bayou E ¡¡ TNCC/ENPC Bayou AB ¡¡ Wellness and Injury Prevention

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Thursday, September 19 Transfusion Confusion: Giving Blood Without the Sweat and Tears

1:15 – 3 pm

Ryman Ballroom

1 contact hour

Welcome and Keynote Address

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¡¡ Review the fascinating history of blood transfusion ¡¡ Explore the complex issues involved in blood product administration ¡¡ Discuss current controversies in transfusion practices Laura M. Criddle, PhD, RN, CEN, CPEN, CFRN, FAEN

Featuring a Live Streamed Clinical Simulation Lab In-kind support provided by Vidacare, ENA Strategic Sponsor and Vanderbilt Emergency Medicine clin

¡¡ Experience a clinical simulation lab demonstration streamed live as it happens ¡¡ Follow a patient care scenario and the emergency nurse considerations that unfold ¡¡ Observe advanced procedures deployed during a simulated resuscitation event

It’s Just a Laceration: A Review of Neck Trauma

Kathleen Flarity, DNP, PhD, CEN, CFRN, FAEN, Kevin High, MPH, RN, CEN, CFRN Elda Ramirez, PhD, RN, FNP-BC, FAANP

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¡¡ Review a case study of a “simple” laceration that reveals risks associated with neck trauma ¡¡ Learn how to assess the patient with neck trauma ¡¡ Review the properties and management of penetrating trauma and blunt trauma in neck injuries Lisa L. Gilmore, MSN, RN, ACNS-BC, EMT-P

The Power of Potential

Chef Jeff Henderson LEM

¡¡Having transformed his life from a youth who served 10 years in prison for drug trafficking to becoming a celebrated and renowned executive chef of Café Bellagio in Las Vegas, Chef Jeff knows the power of finding one’s potential ¡¡Become inspired to uncover the latent or hidden potential you have to reach your most distant dreams ¡¡ Discover effective and simple ways to implement strategies to navigate through the detours and roadblocks that impede positive change and success

Treasures and Trash in Emergency Nursing Delta Ballroom D clin

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3:15 – 3:45 pm

Meet the Author: Book Signing with Chef Jeff Henderson Marketplace Express Stop by Marketplace Express to meet the keynote speaker Chef Jeff Henderson and get your book signed. Book available for purchase in Marketplace Express.

3 – 7 pm Poster Sessions Delta Ballroom Lobby B Meet the Presenters 4 – 5 pm

Fast Track sessions

.10 contact hour

Credibility and the Advanced Practice Nurse Governor’s Ballroom CD adv prac

¡¡ Discuss the importance of establishing and maintaining credibility with colleagues ¡¡ Explore communication styles that undermine credibility ¡¡ Discover elements in communication that foster credibility Robert A. Leach, MSN, RN, ENP, CEN

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¡¡ Discover the treasures (clinical practice pearls) of emergency nursing ¡¡ Kick the trash (emergency care myths) of emergency nursing to the curb ¡¡ Use stretcher-side emergency nursing experience to support (or refute) common clinical practices Jean A. Proehl, MN, RN, CEN, CPEN, FAEN

Resolving Lateral Violence Between Nurses in the Emergency Department Governor’s Ballroom B LEM

¡¡ Define lateral violence ¡¡ Identify types of lateral violence between nurses in the emergency department ¡¡ Describe methods of conflict resolution Robin M. Weingarten, MSN, RN, CEN q&s

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5 – 6:15 pm

Ryman Exhibit Hall C

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¡¡ Understand how using distraction with pediatric patients can enhance care ¡¡ Review distraction techniques such as bubbles, pinwheels or penlights ¡¡ Learn easy techniques for gaining trust, performing assessment, collecting specimens, providing treatment and playing games to gain cooperation of the pediatric patient Joyce Foresman-Capuzzi, MSN, RN, CCNS, CEN, CPEN, CPN, CTRN, CCRN, SANE-A, AFN-BC, EMT-P

Shift Worker’s Disease: Are You at Risk? Governor’s Ballroom A&E q&s

Understanding Nurse Liability, 20012010 Delta Ballroom B q&s

Delta Ballroom D adv clin

ENA Foundation Jewelry Auction Shop the ENA Foundation Jewelry Auction in the Exhibit Hall Booth #529. Bid on beautiful jewelry donated by ENA State Councils, chapters and individuals. Proceeds benefit the ENA Foundation, which provides educational scholarships and research grants to emergency nurses. Attendees can connect and recharge at the Relaxation Station, located inside the exhibit hall at booth #717. Professional massage therapists provide an upper body massage on a special chair and relax the tension areas of the neck, back, shoulders and arms. These massages help attendees feel more refreshed, alert and energized. Foot massage stations are also available. Sponsored by

¡¡ Utilize quantitative data to identify the leading causes of claims filed against nurses ¡¡ Use qualitative data obtained through a survey of nurses who have had claims and also who have not had claims in an effort to draw some conclusions about exposures faced by nurses ¡¡ Explore a case study based upon a real-life claim against a practicing nurse Mark J. Buzco, CPCU, CIC, RPLU

1.25 contact hours

Know the Rules and Keep Score: Evidence-based Decision Tools from Head to Toe

The Exhibit Hall offers an exceptional opportunity for you to meet with 200 leading suppliers of products and services for every type of emergency care environment. As an emergency healthcare professional, you can use your purchasing power to influence the direction of healthcare manufacturers and suppliers.

ENA Relaxation Station

¡¡ Understand shift worker’s disease (SWD) and its impact on practice ¡¡ Recall three risk factors for SWD ¡¡ List four strategies for mitigating SWD Mary Alice Vanhoy, MSN, RN, CEN, CPEN, NREMT-P

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3:45 – 7:30 pm

¡¡ Understand the clinical decision rules and scoring systems designed to help nurses provide better care ¡¡ Become familiar with some of the more widely used scoring systems ¡¡ Apply scoring systems to make triage or stretcher-side decisions about ED patients William D. Hampton, DO, MM, BA, AS

Munchausen Syndrome by Proxy Bayou AB peds

¡¡ Understand Munchausen syndrome by proxy and its potentially lifethreatening effects to children ¡¡ Learn the distinction between classic child abuse and Munchausen syndrome by proxy ¡¡ Learn to recognize the signs of Munchausen syndrome by proxy Laura M. Criddle, PhD, RN, CEN, CPEN, CFRN, FAEN

Tubes and Lines in the ED Bayou CD clin

ENA Strategic Sponsor

¡¡ Understand the indications and complications of common tubes and lines placed in the ED ¡¡ List the necessary equipment needed to insert common tubes and lines ¡¡ Describe how to troubleshoot problems with common tubes and lines Nancy J. Denke, MSN, FNP-BC, ACNPBC, CEN, CCRN, FAEN

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Thursday, September 19 5 – 6:15 pm

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Concurrent Sessions

1.25 contact hours

Ice Water Immersion Therapy for Exercise-induced Hyperthermia Ryman Ballroom clin

¡¡ Discover how forecasted temperature altered one hospital’s preparations during the 2012 Boston Marathon ¡¡ Understand the options beyond passive cooling including the use of cold water immersion for the treatment of heat stroke ¡¡ Discuss the logistical needs of cold water immersion including staff and patient safety, monitoring and goals of therapy Daniel J. Nadworny, BSN, RN

Human Trafficking: What Emergency Nurses Need to Know Bayou E clin

¡¡ Define human trafficking and how to distinguish the different types of human trafficking ¡¡ Discover how to identify potential human trafficking victims in a healthcare setting ¡¡ Learn how and when to safely intervene while you are providing treatment Donna Sabella, PhD, MEd, MSN, RN

Real, Strange Cases From Emergency Nurses Delta Ballroom B clin

¡¡ Hear real, strange cases from emergency nursing practice ¡¡ Review key components of the cases and lessons learned ¡¡ Apply information from the outlier case to general emergency nursing practice Lisa A. Wolf, PhD, RN, CEN, FAEN Jeff A. Solheim, MSN, RN-BC, CEN, CFRN, FAEN Terry M. Foster, MSN, RN, CEN, CCRN , FAEN

Fundamentals of Procedural Sedation in the Emergency Department

Chest Trauma: Recognition and Treatment

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¡¡ Discuss indications and contraindications for sedation in the ED ¡¡ Understand the basic pharmacology of procedural sedation ¡¡ Review the fundamentals of patient safety related to procedural sedation Benjamin S. Heavrin, MBA, MD, FACEP

¡¡ Review normal chest anatomy and physiology ¡¡ Discuss pathophysiologic chest conditions related to trauma ¡¡ Compare signs and symptoms with radiographic images and CT scans Robert A. Leach, MSN, RN, ENP, CEN

Bullying Behaviors: What Is It and What Can Be Done?

7:30 – 10 pm

Governor’s Ballroom B

Welcome to Nashville Party!

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¡¡ Discuss emergency nurses’ experience with bullying based on research ¡¡ Learn about the consequences of bullying both on nursing staff and patients ¡¡ Discover how incivility leads to bullying and interventions to stop bullying by reducing acts of incivility Ruth E. Rea, PhD, RN Susan Johnson, PhD, RN

Nutrimens Pharmacea: Common Food and Drug Interactions Governor’s Ballroom CD q&s

¡¡ Review how the complexity of multiple medications creates a safety issue for patients regarding food and drug interactions ¡¡ Learn how many common medications interact with food and can cause or contribute to an adverse event or toxicity ¡¡ Recognize which patient populations are at increased risk for food and drug interactions due to pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics or dietary habits Rhonda M. Morgan, DNP, RN, CEN, CCRN, CCNS, APN

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Delta Atrium Join 2013 ENA President, JoAnn Lazarus, MSN, RN, CEN, and the ENA Board of Directors as we kick off this year’s Annual Conference. Enjoy great food and fun with a true Nashville flair while networking with fellow ENA members amidst the beauty of the Delta Atrium. Dance to old favorites, current hits and of course some good ol’ Tennessee line dancing too. Line dancing instructors will be available to help everyone join in the fun.

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Friday, September 20 6 – 7 am

6:15 – 7:45 am

7 am – 6 pm

Governor’s Ballroom A&E Sponsored Educational Session

POSTER Sessions

Wake Up and Discover How to Control Needle Stick Pain! Support the ENA Foundation Delta Portico Registration from 6-6:15 am Walk will begin promptly at 6:15 am Every journey begins with one step. Walking is the easiest and healthiest form of exercise for individuals of all fitness levels. The NEW Walk for Wellness to support the ENA Foundation is a 1.2 mile walk with the opportunity to fundraise for the mission of the ENA Foundation. Each walker was given the opportunity to tell their story on their own personal ENA Foundation walker web page and encouraged to raise $150 from their friends and family through social media, e-mails and personal connections. All funds raised will be designated to the ENA Foundation scholarship and research grant programs. Walk for your health and for the health of the profession in Nashville. Registration Fee: $10

Delta Ballroom Lobby B Meet the Presenters Noon – 1 pm

How many of us have seen manly men go to the ground at the sight of a tetanus shot needle? Heard the frightened voice of a child saying “Am I going to get a needle?” Felt the frustration of needing to stick our patients a second time and inflicting more pain? Join us this morning as we take a look at this important issue through the lens of our patients. We will discuss simple strategies to help reduce our patients’ pain and our anxiety as a clinician. What more can we ask for at 6 am; a great breakfast, the company of great colleagues, a light and lively presentation and the opportunity to enhance our skills.

8 – 11 am

Preregistration is required for this event; visit www.ena.org/ac for more information. Sponsored by

Visit www.ena.org/ac for more information. Sponsored by

Hands-on Procedural Cadaver Lab: Session 1 Ryman Exhibit Hall B6 3.0 CERPS ¡¡ Unique opportunity to review relevant anatomy associated with critical care procedures ¡¡ Participants will enhance their understanding of the various procedures and associated risk and benefits through the hands-on practicum Preregistration is required.

Annual Conference Sponsor ENA Strategic Sponsor

7 am – 6 pm

9:15 – 10:15 Am

Registration, @ENA Wired, Marketplace Express, ENA Foundation FUN-raising and Career Wellness

Refreshments with the Exhibitors Ryman Exhibit Hall C / ENA Pavilion

Ryman Exhibit Hall C

9:15 am – 2:45 pm 8 – 9:15 Am general Session

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Ryman Exhibit Hall C

Functional Coalitions and Foundational Capabilities—The Path Forward for Emergency Preparedness

ENA Relaxation Station Sponsored by

Delta Ballroom A&C LEM

Dr. David Marcozzi, MHS-CL, MD, FACEP ¡¡ Because no hospital stands alone, a significant shift has occurred recently in emergency preparedness, reflected in the building of healthcare coalitions (partners in preparedness) ¡¡ The National Healthcare Preparedness Capabilities, released by United States Department of Health Human Services in 2012, describe the necessary functions/training/equipment needed for healthcare coalition preparedness ¡¡ Performance measures link with each capability and when achieved will help build an improved local, state and national resilience to disasters and improve victim survivability

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10 am – 3 pm Certification Lounge Governor’s Chamber DE Sponsored by

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Friday, September 20 10:15 – 11:30 am Concurrent Sessions

1.25 contact hours

Hand & Wrist: Injuries & Radiography Review

Forensic Nursing in the Emergency Department

Instill Compassion Back Into Your Practice in 60 Seconds or Less

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¡¡ Review common terminology in reading upper extremity radiographs ¡¡ Learn important components to interpret upper extremity radiographs ¡¡ Review common fractures and dislocations to the upper extremities Denise R. Ramponi, DNP, NP-BC, CEN, FAEN

Advanced Interpretation of Pediatric and Adult Vital Signs Delta Ballroom B

¡¡ Recognize the types of forensic patients who present to the emergency department ¡¡ Distinguish various types of forensic evidence and learn to apply forensic principles to ED nursing care ¡¡ Summarize the ED nurse’s role in identifying and responding to the forensic needs of patients Kim J. Day, RN, FNE, SANE-A, SANE-P

Acid-Base Abnormalities Made Simple Bayou CD

¡¡ Identify the precipitating factors that influence patient behavior ¡¡ Demonstrate an understanding of how to develop and use caring statements in your daily practice ¡¡ Appraise your staff’s ability to implement the concepts and then coach them for success Charles E. Kunkle, MSN, CEN, CCRN

Victims of Violence: Emergency Department Staff are Victims Too Delta Ballroom D

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¡¡ Evaluate the significance of specific vital sign patterns ¡¡ Review the implications of these vital sign patterns ¡¡ Learn how to use vital signs to more accurately triage, diagnose and treat patients William D. Hampton, DO, MM, BA, AS

¡¡ Learn a simple, easy-to-understand approach to interpreting acid-base abnormalities ¡¡ Review treatment strategies for hyperkalemia, hypokalemia and sodium abnormalities ¡¡ Discuss the roles of calcium, betaagonists, sorbitol and hypertonic saline in electrolyte emergencies Corey M. Slovis, MD

Medication Shortages

Trauma Management in the UK

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¡¡ Learn to adapt a workplace violence safety program using the ENA Workplace Violence Toolkit and the results of a project from a Level III urban ED ¡¡ Learn how to engage hospital leadership to address areas of risk for workplace violence ¡¡ Implement and analyze the effectiveness of strategies to provide a safe work environment Denise Abernethy, MSN, RN, CEN

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¡¡ Discuss reasons for medication shortages in the past ¡¡ Explore reasons for medication shortages in the present and future ¡¡ Learn how to protect your patients from medication errors during shortages Nancy Balch, PharmD

Caring for Patients with Food-borne Illnesses

¡¡ Review the process of trauma management in the United Kingdom ¡¡ Learn about crew resource management and human factors in the trauma room ¡¡ Discuss the role of clinical education in developing trauma systems Bruce P. Armstrong, OBE, TD, MSc, BA (Hons), Dip IMC RCS (Ed), RGN, RMN

Patient Satisfaction: Reducing Risk, Increasing Reimbursement

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Governor’s Ballroom B

¡¡ Review the significance and seriousness of food-borne illnesses ¡¡ Learn how to differentiate between toxic agent illnesses and infectious agent illnesses ¡¡ Describe the role that EDs play in avoiding misdiagnosis, decreasing the failure to intervene aggressively and understanding the significance of the illness Cynthia A. Blank-Reid, MSN, RN, CEN

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¡¡ Review how value-based purchasing impacts a hospital’s reimbursement ¡¡ Discuss how patient satisfaction in the ED is a critical component of a hospital’s scoring ¡¡ Review how disruptive physician behavior can reflect back on emergency nurses’ liability Sarah F. Fontenot, JD, BSN

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Friday, September 20 10:15 – 11:30 am

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Ultrasound Lecture and Labs Lecture 10:15 – 11:30 am Governor’s Ballroom C 1.25 Contact hours Labs 11:45 am – 12:15 Pm 12:30 – 1 Pm 1:15 – 1:45 Pm 2 – 2:30 Pm 2:45 - 3:15 Pm Governor’s Ballroom D MaryEllen Swanson, MBA, BSN, RN Liberty Caroon, RDMS Kyle Fairchild, RN Siegfried Emme, MSN, NP-C, CEN, CCRN 0.5 CERPS Many patients, both pediatric and adult, often have chronic medical or other conditions that do not allow for the traditional access approach. Ultrasound guided peripheral IV insertion allows for cannulation of veins that are neither visible nor palpable and often eliminates the need for a central line. Participants will become familiar with the principles of ultrasound guided peripheral IV access through a didactic lecture followed by an opportunity for hands-on experience. Attendees may select one of several 30-minute labs following the lecture portion. Participants must attend the lecture portion prior to the lab. Select your lab session when registering. Preregistration and ticket required; limited capacity; no fee. In-kind support for ultrasound equipment and supplies provided by:

11:45 am – 1:15 pm

Emergency Nursing Jeopardy

Washington B Sponsored Educational Session

Delta Ballroom B

Back to Basics: The Top Design Considerations for Any ED Project

¡¡ Participate in a game show style lecture, covering a variety of emergency medicine topics ¡¡ Volunteer to be part of a team or follow along as an audience member ¡¡ Win prizes for participating as part of a team William D. Hampton, DO, MM, BA, AS

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This presentation will identify successful design features and physical design strategies to help attendees evaluate and address their facility needs during this time of rapid change. Drawing upon experience with more than 275 emergency department engagements across the US, Canada, and Europe, the FreemanWhite ED Design Team will present key design considerations, best practices, and operational efficiencies to maximize capital investment, produce a successful design, and avoid costly pitfalls. Lunch will be provided. Registration required. Preregistration is required for this event; visit www.ena.org/ac for more information. Sponsored by

ENA Strategic Supporter

1:15 – 4:15 pm

Ryman Exhibit Hall C (Food and Beverage Area) Ticket Required

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¡¡ Define the clinical indications for starting massive transfusion ¡¡ Review the most common storage methods for blood products ¡¡ Explore nursing actions for massive transfusion administration and transfusion reactions, including resuscitation Kevin High, MPH, RN, CEN, CFRN Melissa Smith, MSN, RN, ACNP

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Preregistration is required. Visit www.ena.org/ac for more information. Sponsored by ENA Strategic Sponsor 1.25 contact hours

¡¡ Review the history of toxins and poisonings ¡¡ Review the many routes of toxin exposure ¡¡ Discuss the problem of unintentional and intentional poisonings Laura M. Criddle, PhD, RN, CEN, CPEN, CFRN, FAEN

Identifying Geriatric Trauma Bayou CD

Exploring Eye Emergencies

Lunch in the Exhibit Hall

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Delta Ballroom C

Ryman Exhibit Hall B6 3.0 CERPS

Concurrent Sessions

11:45 am – 1:15 pm

Ryman Ballroom

Death by Poison: 101 Bizarre Ways to Go

Hands-on Procedural Cadaver Lab: Session 2

1:30 – 2:45 pm

Massive Transfusion: State-of-theArt Trauma Care Using Blood Component Therapy

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¡¡ Identify the unique characteristics of geriatric trauma patients ¡¡ Review common mechanisms of injury and injury patterns in geriatric patients ¡¡ Describe primary management of the geriatric patient Nancy J. Denke, MSN, FNP-BC, ACNPBC, CEN, CCRN, FAEN

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¡¡ Discuss core components in the evaluation of eye conditions ¡¡ Identify true eye emergencies ¡¡ Describe eye conditions requiring urgent opthalmologic referral Denise R. Ramponi, DNP, NP-BC, CEN, FAEN

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Friday, September 20 Boston Strong: Hospital Response to the Boston Marathon Bombings Delta Ballroom D

Autism Is Speaking: Are We Listening? Governor’s Ballroom C

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¡¡ The 2013 bombings of the Boston Marathon created a mass causality incident that required integration, collaboration and team work to achieve success and the best patient outcomes. This program will discuss the operational steps taken during the initial incident to care for the injured. ¡¡ Understand the triage and treatment priorities in relationship to the care of multiple blast injuries in a noncombat environment ¡¡ Discuss key steps that can be taken by hospitals to prepare for any mass casualty to allow for the best patient outcomes. (Also offered Saturday at 12:30 p.m.) Daniel J. Nadworny, BSN, RN

Wounded Warriors: PTSD and Suicide in Returning Veterans Governor’s Ballroom A&E clin

¡¡ Review the psychological forces in warfare that can lead to PTSD and suicidal intent ¡¡ Discuss the signs and symptoms of PTSD and suicidal intent in affected veterans ¡¡ Explore available treatment and therapy modalities for affected veterans Cheryl L. Randolph, MSN, RN, CCRN, CEN, CPEN, FNP-BC

Using Communication Styles to Improve the Work Environment and Patient Safety Canal A-D LEM

¡¡ Understand how our ability to communicate affects others’ perceptions and impacts patient safety ¡¡ Review how stress, fatigue, frustration and feeling overwhelmed can impair our ability to effectively communicate ¡¡ Learn how awareness of these factors can improve communication, balance teams and help to improve work environments Beth A. LaVelle, PhD, RN-BC, CEN

Providing Evidence-based Care to Adults With Sickle Cell Disease

¡¡ Learn what patients with autism can teach emergency nurses ¡¡ Challenge what you thought you knew about patients with developmental disorders ¡¡ Learn to provide high-quality, patientcentered care for patients with autism Elizabeth A. Mizerek, MSN, RN, CEN, CPEN, FN-CSA

Real Food for Busy Nurses Bayou AB wellness

¡¡ Learn what constitutes a healthy diet, including the differences between processed and whole food, the concept of nutrient density, and how to read labels ¡¡ Identify barriers to healthy eating in a busy lifestyle ¡¡ Discover how to select healthier food options and cooking methods Melissa K. Brown, BA, CHC Abby Cooper, MHIM

3 – 4:15 pm Concurrent Sessions

1.25 contact hours

Prescribing for the Older Adult Patient in the ED Bayou AB adv prac

¡¡ List the potential risk factors for medication-related problems in older adults ¡¡ Understand the effects of aging on medication actions and how this changes prescribing practice ¡¡ Identify inappropriate medications for older adults Nancy J. Denke, MSN, FNP-BC, ACNPBC, CEN, CCRN, FAEN

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¡¡ Review the pathophysiology of sickle cell disease ¡¡ Describe recommended assessment and management of acute complications for patients with sickle cell disease ¡¡ Learn how to use the Emergency Department Sickle Cell Assessment of Needs and Strengths (EDSCANS) to organize and improve ED management of patients with sickle cell disease Paula Tanabe, PhD, RN, FAEN, FAAN

Herbal Supplements: What’s New and Why are ED Visits Increasing Due to their Use? Ryman Ballroom clin

¡¡ Learn how patients present with adverse reactions from herbal or dietary supplements ¡¡ Review potential medication interactions with herbal or dietary supplements ¡¡ Review which supplements may cause ED visits and what has changed in the last year Nancy Balch, PharmD

Caring for Trauma Patients Who Have a Psychiatric Illness Governor’s Ballroom B clin

¡¡ Understand the significant increase in psychiatric illnesses as a co-morbidity in the overall population ¡¡ Learn the most common psychiatric illnesses among trauma patients ¡¡ Describe psychologic, pharmacologic, environmental and nursing care interventions Cynthia A. Blank-Reid, MSN, RN, CEN

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Friday, September 20 Demystifying and Improving Palliative and End-of-Life Care in the ED

The Good, the Bad and the Ugly of Social Media and Social Networking

Governor’s Ballroom A&E

Canal A-D

¡¡ Examine how end-of-life care can be stressful for nurses, patients and families ¡¡ Review the trajectories of how patients approach end-of-life care and death ¡¡ Review interventions for improving end-of-life care for patients, families and colleagues Garrett K. Chan, PhD, APRN, FAEN, FPCN, FAAN

Prescription Drug Abuse and the Emergency Department Governor’s Ballroom C clin

¡¡ Discuss the emergency department’s role in combating prescription drug abuse ¡¡ Review various types of prescription drug abuse ¡¡ Review legal and ethical considerations related to prescription drug abuse Jeff A. Solheim, MSN, RN-BC, CEN, CFRN, FAEN

Emergency Nursing Documentation: Lessons Learned from Litigation Delta Ballroom C LEM

¡¡ Review best practices in emergency nursing documentation ¡¡ Discuss common charting deficiencies ¡¡ Learn how the medical record is used in litigation Edie A. Brous, JD, MS, MPH, BSN, RN

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¡¡ Discuss the increasing use of social media and social networking by emergency nurses ¡¡ Review the potentials for good, harm and trouble in the use of social media and social networking ¡¡ Learn what emergency nurses should be mindful of when using social media and social networking Michael J. Seaver, RN David G. Holman, MNSc, RN Dagny Scofield, RN, CEN, CPEN Nick Chmielewski, MSN, RN, CEN, NE-BC

Call the OB Department, STAT!

Adolescent Risk Taking in the YouTube Generation

When to Say Stop: Futile Treatment in the ED

Delta Ballroom B

Governor’s Ballroom A&E

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¡¡ Review the physiologic changes associated with pregnancy ¡¡ Discuss the management of obstetrical (or nonobstetrical) conditions in pregnant patients ¡¡ Learn how to anticipate and prevent morbidity and mortality for both mother and baby Melanie L. Chichester, BSN, RNC-OB

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¡¡ Discuss the evidence regarding violent media exposure and adolescent risk-taking behavior ¡¡ Discuss specific adolescent risktaking behaviors new to the current generation ¡¡ Demonstrate the increased amount of risk-taking information available to youth via the media Charles A. Nozicka, DO, FAAP, FAAEM

Research and Evidence-based Practice Paper Presentations I: Changing Your Practice

¡¡ Review the limitations and constraints to treatment in the ED ¡¡ Discuss futility definitions and healthcare provider–patient relationships, including provider responsibilities ¡¡ Discuss the current ACEP futility policy Cheryl L. Randolph, MSN, RN, CCRN, CEN, CPEN, FNP-BC

What Is Energy Medicine? Delta Ballroom C

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¡¡ Discover cutting-edge research findings that you can take back to your emergency setting and apply to your own practice ¡¡ Moderated by ENA Institute of Emergency Nursing Research staff; different studies are presented at each session Moderator: Lisa A. Wolf, PhD, RN, CEN, FAEN Parts I and II may be taken independently. Part II offered on Saturday, September 21 at 2 – 3:15 pm

¡¡ Learn how energy medicine is used to represent healing ¡¡ Understand the basics of the methodology of subtle energy modalities like acupuncture, healing touch or Reiki ¡¡ Review common chief complaints that are energetic in nature Carolyn H. Sutch, BSN, RN, CEN, CHTP

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Friday, September 20 Stroke: Right Brain Versus Left Brain Delta Ballroom D

Blood Thinners: Do You Recognize Them All?

Social Media Isn’t Evil! Bayou AB

Delta Ballroom B

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¡¡ Review the vascular supply to the brain ¡¡ Recognize the characteristics of the left and right brain hemispheres ¡¡ Learn to apply this information to improve your communication strategies for the patient with middle cerebral artery stroke Mary Ann E. Teeter, MSEd, RN, FNP-C, CEN, CNRN, FAEN

Social Media Isn’t Evil! Bayou AB LEM

¡¡ Discover how social media can help you to promote safe lifestyle choices, stay current with research and communicate during disasters ¡¡ Review common social media platforms ¡¡ Use your smartphone to access these social media platforms Landon G. James, MA, BSN, RN, CEN, PCP

When Mr. Yuk Meets Mr. Bubble: A Primer on Pediatric Decontamination Governor’s Ballroom B peds

¡¡ Understand the importance of including special pediatric considerations in developing or practicing an emergency preparedness plan ¡¡ Review unique pediatric characteristics of development, anatomy and physiology ¡¡ Review practical considerations to ensure positive pediatric patient outcomes in an emergency or disaster situation Joyce Foresman-Capuzzi, MSN, RN, CCNS, CEN, CPEN, CPN, CTRN, CCRN, SANE-A, AFN-BC, EMT-P

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¡¡ Review the prevalence of patients presenting to the ED taking “blood thinners” with bruises, lumps, bumps and non-stop bleeding ¡¡ Learn to identify the three types of medications that keep blood from clotting or dissolve clots ¡¡ Describe the currently known medications and herbals that can lead to excessive bleeding in a patient Joan M. Somes, PhD, MSN, RN, CEN, CPEN, FAEN

Preventing Pressure Ulcers in the Trauma Bay With Silicone Foam Dressings

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Blood Thinners: Do You Recognize Them All? Delta Ballroom B pharm

Preventing Pressure Ulcers in the Trauma Bay With Silicone Foam Dressings Ryman Ballroom res

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¡¡ Discuss the risks of sacral pressure ulcers in trauma patients ¡¡ Learn to prevent ulcers through early intervention and collaboration ¡¡ Review the use of silicone foam dressing to decrease the incidence and prevalence of sacral pressure ulcers in trauma patients Andres F. Viles, MSN, RN, CCNS, CEN

5:15 – 5:45 pm Fast Track sessions

When Mr. Yuk Meets Mr. Bubble: A Primer on Pediatric Decontamination

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Call the OB Department, STAT!

Emerging Professionals Speed Mentoring Governor’s Ballroom C Looking for your mentor match? Join us for the 2nd Annual Emerging Professionals Networking Event, Speed Mentoring and make a connection. Nurses with five years or less of emergency nursing experience will have the opportunity to meet experienced nurses willing to share their time, talent and experience to grow the next generations. Participants will have an opportunity to mix, mingle and make more professional connections over light appetizers and a cash bar. Sponsored by

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When to Say Stop: Futile Treatment in the ED Governor’s Ballroom A&E clin

What Is Energy Medicine? Delta Ballroom C clin

Stroke: Right Brain Versus Left Brain Delta Ballroom D clin peds

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Friday, September 20 7 pm A Night at the Grand Ole Opry— An ENA Foundation Event

A Night at the

Grand Ole Opry

7 pm

Grand Ole Opry What began as a simple radio broadcast in 1925 is now a liveentertainment phenomenon. The Opry, an American icon and Nashville’s number-one attraction, is world-famous for creating one-of-a-kind entertainment experiences for audiences of all ages. A portion of the ticket price is a donation to the ENA Foundation. This event is sold out. Please visit the ENA Foundation booth located in the registration area to exchange your voucher for the Grand Ole Opry ticket prior to arriving at the event.

SOLD OUT!

8 – 9:15 Pm Night Shift Delta Ballroom B NEW! ENA Night Shift For the attendee accustomed to those late hours, this educational session is for you. ¡¡ Review the hazards of shift work for shift workers and their patients ¡¡ Learn methods for staying awake on the night shift ¡¡ Discover how to go to sleep at the end of a night shift Curtis E. Olson, BSN, BA, RN, EMT-P, CEN

ENA FOUNDATION EVENT PARTNERS Thank you to the following exhibitors for supporting the ENA Foundation event:

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Saturday, September 21 6 – 7 am

7 – 9 am

Rise and Shine Wellness: Qigong

Certification Recognition Breakfast

Bayou E Qigong is a simplified version of Tai Chi that promotes movement of internal energy (qi) to improve health and promote relaxation. Postures are done in a seated or standing position, and most exercises involve simple movements without complex balancing. Participation is limited to the first 30 participants. Check-in begins at 5:45 am. Participants must sign a waiver. No Fee Registration is at the door, first-come first-served.

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Evaluation of Patients with LVAD and Total Artificial Heart in the ED Bayou CD

Put Away the Lawnmower, Charlie: Those are Trees Out There

Speaker Concierge

Vicki Hitzges Enjoy breakfast as we join together in recognition of BCEN® certified nurses. Hear from keynote speaker, Vicki Hitzges; learn several vital skills to use at work and at home to build solid relationships that last. You’ll love Vicki’s energy, humor and stories! Fee $39 Preregistration required. Limited capacity. You must be a CEN®, CFRN®, CPEN® or CTRN® to attend

Governor’s Chamber’s

Sponsored by

7 am – 1 pm

6:30 am – 6 pm

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8 – 9:15 am

Delta Ballroom Lobby B Meet the Presenters 11:45 am – 12:30 pm

7 am – 6:15 pm Registration, @ENA Wired and Career Wellness Ryman Exhibit Hall C

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Optimizing Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation Using End-tidal CO2 / Capnography

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¡¡ Review the evaluation of the patient with LVAD and total artificial heart ¡¡ Review the management of the patient with LVAD and total artificial heart ¡¡ Learn to avoid the pitfalls in caring for this challenging population Bruce M. Lo, MD, RDMS, FACEP

State-of-the-art Combat Casualty Care Delta Ballroom B adv clin

¡¡ Learn pre-hospital hemorrhage control in combat or mass casualty situations ¡¡ Review military medical advancements in the past decade ¡¡ Discuss state-of-the-art resuscitation practices at the point of injury Timothy C. Nunez, MD

Migraine and Stroke Delta Ballroom D clin

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¡¡ Discuss end-tidal CO2 / capnography as an emerging standard of care in emergency medicine ¡¡ Review use of end-tidal CO2 / capnography to direct effective cardiopulmonary resuscitation efforts ¡¡ Learn how to implement end-tidal CO2 / capnography through various educational methods for nursing and professional staff Candy M. Corral, MSN, RN, CNS-BC, CEN

¡¡ Explore the disease process of migraine, management and treatment ¡¡ Review risk factors related to migraine disease ¡¡ Discuss how migraine with aura increases stroke risk Mary Ann E. Teeter, MSEd, RN, FNP-C, CEN, CNRN, FAEN

Care of the Patient Under the Influence Governor’s Ballroom A&E clin

¡¡ Discuss pitfalls in the evaluation of the patient under the influence of drugs and/or alcohol ¡¡ Learn critical cues in the recognition of more serious injury or medical condition in the patient under the influence ¡¡ Review legal, medical and ethical considerations in the care of the patient under the influence Lisa A. Wolf, PhD, RN, CEN, FAEN peds

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Saturday, September 21 Improving Patient Throughput by Employing Best Practices Delta Ballroom C LEM

¡¡ Examine which current emergency department processes are designed to benefit the department, rather than the patient ¡¡ Employ best practices to improve input, throughput and output of the ED patient James J. Hoelz, MS, MBA, RN, CEN, FAEN

Case Studies in Pediatric Triage Governor’s Ballroom B

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Implementing the Institute of Medicine (IOM) Future of Nursing Recommendations: Lessons Learned From the California Action Coalition

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ENA Relaxation Station

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¡¡ Review the recommendations from the IOM Future of Nursing report ¡¡ Learn about the barriers to implementation identified by California during pilot studies ¡¡ Review the organizational structure and activities of the California Action Committee Garrett K. Chan, PhD, APRN, FAEN, FPCN, FAAN

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9:30 am – 3:30 pm IENR Research Lounge Governor’s Chamber DE

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¡ ¡ Discuss the unique challenges of pediatric triage and assessment ¡¡ Link key concepts in pediatric triage and assessment to ensure proper acuity assignment ¡¡ Practice making triage decisions for pediatric patients with a variety of complaints ranging from simple to complex Elizabeth Stone Griffin, BS, RN, CPEN

Emergency Burn Care in the Pediatric Patient Governor’s Ballroom CD peds

¡¡ Discuss stabilization of the pediatric patient with burns ¡¡ Review the complex care needed for pediatric patients with burns, including fluid resuscitation ¡¡ Learn about common associated injuries in pediatric patients with burns and criteria for burn center referral Debbie Harrell, MSN, RN, NE-BC

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¡¡ Discuss The Joint Commission’s sentinel event alert related to fatigue in healthcare ¡¡ Review the effect of fatigue on the patient, nurse and organization ¡¡ Discuss lifestyle complications and strategies for mitigating the risks Michael A. Frakes, MS, APRN, CCNS, CEN, CFRN

The Institute for Emergency Nursing Research (IENR) Advisory Council will host the Research Lounge. All attendees are welcome to stop by or schedule an appointment onsite to ask their questions related to patient care and professional practice that they encounter in their emergency care settings. Let the IENR Advisory Council show you how to use research to answer your burning questions in a casual and relaxed environment. Refreshments will be served. Sponsored by

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9:45 – 10:15 am

Marketplace Express and ENA Foundation FUN-raising

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Early Perinatal Loss: What the Emergency Nurse Needs to Know

9:15 – 10:15 Am

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Refreshments with Exhibitors Ryman Exhibit Hall C / ENA Pavilion

¡¡ Review what occurs during perinatal loss ¡¡ Discuss personal feelings when caring for a patient experiencing perinatal loss ¡¡ Review basic guidelines and nursing interventions for supporting a family during perinatal loss Melanie Chichester, BSN, RNC-OB

9:15 am – noon ENA Foundation Jewelry Auction Bidding closes promptly at noon. Ryman Exhibit Hall C

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Mama Trauma: Trauma in Pregnancy Governor’s Ballroom A&E clin

¡¡ Review the common anatomic and physiologic changes associated with pregnancy ¡¡ Describe the examination of a pregnant patient and fetus ¡¡ Review of the most common traumatic emergencies and methods for management of the pregnant patient Lisa L. Gilmore, MSN, RN, ACNS-BC, EMT-P

Healthcare Voluntourism: Virtuous or Injurious? Delta Ballroom C clin

¡¡ Review the reasons why many emergency nurses seek out opportunities to volunteer ¡¡ Discuss the benefits of healthcare voluntouring ¡¡ Discuss the controversies and risks of healthcare voluntouring Jean A. Proehl, MN, RN, CEN, CPEN, FAEN Jeff A. Solheim, MSN, RN-BC, CEN, CFRN, FAEN

Building a Therapeutic Hypothermia Program for Comatose Post-cardiac Arrest Survivors Delta Ballroom B LEM

¡¡ Learn how therapeutic hypothermia (TH) initiated on comatose post-cardiac arrest survivors has demonstrated improved neurological function ¡¡ Review how TH can be initiated in the ED upon return of spontaneous circulation ¡¡ Develop a successful TH program through multidisciplinary and specialty collaboration to improve outcomes Candy M. Corral, MSN, RN, CNS-BC, CEN

Pediatric Head Injury Triage

Nurses and Healthy Lifestyles: Fact or Fiction

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¡¡ Review the impact of head trauma and falls in the pediatric population ¡¡ Learn the challenges to assessing the classic signs of head trauma in pediatric patients, especially those who are nonverbal ¡¡ Make evidence-based triage decisions for infants and children who present with head injuries Elizabeth Stone Griffin, BS, RN, CPEN

Shocking Facts About Kids in Shock Governor’s Ballroom B peds

¡¡ Review the most common etiologies of pediatric shock ¡¡ Distinguish the differing roles of vital signs in children versus adults ¡¡ Interpret the subtle signs of pediatric shock to facilitate timely intervention Barbara A. Weintraub, MPH, MSN, RN, APN, CEN, CPEN, FAEN

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¡¡ Learn how overall health and lifestyle choices parallel the harsh reality of the typical American in 2013, despite current knowledge and education ¡¡ Discover how you, even when on overload, can make small, free changes to lifestyle choices to improve your overall health and outcomes ¡¡ Learn how to use and incorporate mobile technology to improve your personal health and choices Jeanne J. Venella, DNP, MS, RN, CEN, CPEN

11 am – 12:15 pm Lunch in the Exhibit Hall Ryman Exhibit Hall C (Food and Beverage Area) Ticket Required

12:30 – 1:45 pm “How Big a Question? How Much Time?”: Deciding on Topics for BSN, MSN and DNP Research Projects Delta Ballroom D

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Invisible and Visible Injury Patterns in Post 9/11 Veterans Bayou CD

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¡¡ Learn how the type of degree program affects the type of project you can do ¡¡ Discuss how the amount of research training you have will dictate the methods and the scope of the question ¡¡ Learn tips and timelines to stay on track and on time with your capstone project Lisa A. Wolf, PhD, RN, CEN, FAEN

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¡¡ Review injury patterns seen in veterans of the Iraq and Afghanistan wars ¡¡ Review the psychological issues common to these veterans ¡¡ Learn about the needs of these veterans as they integrate into the community and your ED Maureen A. Merkl, MSN, RN, CCNS-BC, CEN, CRRN

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Saturday, September 21 12:30 – 1:45 pm

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Toxicology in the Air: Outdoor Air Quality, ED Crowding and Nurse Advocacy Bayou AB adv clin

¡¡ Review how poor air quality has been associated with spikes in ED visits and hospitalizations ¡¡ Discover how chronic respiratory condition exacerbation and acute vascular events are linked to variations in air quality ¡¡ Review the available Web-based tools for emergency nurses to become knowledgeable patient and community educators and advocates on air toxins in their communities Jessica P. Castner, PhD, RN, CEN

Toxins, Tablets and Drugs: What's New on the Streets? Governor’s Ballroom A&E clin

¡¡ Discuss chemicals, toxins and medications, including some of the new street drugs, such as K2, bath salts, and Molly’s plant food ¡¡ Review the signs and symptoms associated with use of these substances ¡¡ Review management options and potential complications Michael D. Gooch, MSN, RN, ACNP-BC, FNP-BC, CFRN, CEN, EMT-P

A Practical Approach to the Patient with Dizziness in the Emergency Department

Bariatric Surgery: Evidence-based Updates

Staying Afloat: How Do We Keep Up? Delta Ballroom C

Governor’s Ballroom B

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¡¡ Discuss the various types of bariatric surgery including benefits and complications ¡¡ Learn how to modify assessments and interventions associated with specific problems of patients who have had bariatric surgery ¡¡ Review a case study of a patient who had bariatric surgery with a lifethreatening emergency Ruth E. Rea, PhD, RN

¡¡ Find out how nurse leaders can stay updated, connected and empowered in today’s healthcare environment ¡¡ Understand how embracing these new possibilities are a necessity when dealing with challenges in the next decade ¡¡ Understand the power and dynamics of the current four-generational workplace Jeanne J. Venella, DNP, MS, RN, CEN, CPEN

Boston Strong: Hospital Response to the Boston Marathon Bombings

On The Road: Patient and Nurse Safety During Transports in the Hospital

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¡¡ Review clinical, physical and legal risks of in-hospital transport ¡¡ Learn strategies to improve nurse and patient safety during in-hospital transport ¡¡ Discover how to implement these strategies in your department Michael A. Frakes, MS, APRN, CCNS, CEN, CFRN

¡¡ Repeat course. See Friday 1:30 2:45 p.m. Daniel J. Nadworny, BSN, RN

Engaging Employees and Hardwiring Success Delta Ballroom B LEM

¡¡ Learn how to make positive changes to your work environment to improve performance ¡¡ Discuss ways to engage employees to embrace change ¡¡ Review tools to hardwire success in your department James J. Hoelz, MS, MBA, RN, CEN, FAEN

Using the Haddon’s Matrix to Identify Critical Events for Emergency Nurses Assaulted at Work Governor’s Ballroom CD q&s

¡¡ Recognize antecedents of potential violence from patients or visitors ¡¡ Review potential individual and institutional responses to the risk of violence and post-event actions to mitigate long-lasting effects on nurses involved in violent instances ¡¡ Learn how Haddon’s Matrix can be used as a planning tool to assist ED personnel in mapping these responses Lisa A. Wolf, PhD, RN, CEN, FAEN

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¡¡ Discuss evaluation of the patient with dizziness in the ED ¡¡ Review a practical approach to evaluating these patients in the ED ¡¡ Learn to distinguish between lifethreatening and benign causes of dizziness Bruce M. Lo, MD, RDMS, FACEP

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Saturday, September 21 2 – 3:15 pm Concurrent Sessions

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An Evidence-based Approach to the Treatment of North American Venomous Snakebites Bayou AB adv prac

¡¡ Learn about common venomous snakes by geographic region and risk factors associated with envenomations ¡¡ Review pathophysiology of venom effects, pre-hospital and ED management of snakebites and patient education, discharge and follow-up instructions ¡¡ Discuss resources for obtaining and administering antivenin Dian D. Evans, PhD, FNP-BC

Stop the Fluid! Permissive Hypotension and Blood in the Shock Room Governor’s Ballroom A&E adv clin

¡¡ Review previous management of hemorrhagic shock and current research that has changed this practice ¡¡ Revisit pathophysiology of shock and coagulation factors ¡¡ Review rationale for how these new methods save trauma patients’ lives Elda G. Ramirez, PhD, RN, FNP-BC, FAANP

CAUTI: Making a Difference in the Prevention of Catheter-acquired UTI

Understanding Neonates Governor’s Ballroom B

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¡¡ Relate how the emergency nurse can affect CAUTI rates ¡¡ State methods for promoting communication in CAUTI prevention ¡¡ Review safe practice in catheter placement decision making Marlene Bokholdt, MS, RN, CPEN, CCRN

¡¡ Review reasons for the crying, inconsolable infant ¡¡ Learn about the conditions associated with the crying infant that require emergent care ¡¡ Determine what these babies are “saying” to you Joyce Foresman-Capuzzi, MSN, RN, CCNS, CEN, CPEN, CPN, CTRN, CCRN, SANE-A, AFN-BC, EMT-P

Body Art Gone Wrong: Emergency Department Implications of Body Modification

Staying Awake on the Night Shift

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¡¡ Review different types of body modification, including tattoos, splitting, implants and piercing ¡¡ Discuss care implications for these patients ¡¡ Learn common complications associated with body modification and how to care for these in the ED setting Jeff A. Solheim, MSN, RN-BC, CEN, CFRN, FAEN

¡¡ Review the hazards of shift work for shift workers and their patients ¡¡ Learn methods for staying awake on the night shift ¡¡ Discover methods of how to go to sleep at the end of a night shift Curtis E. Olson, BSN, BA, RN, EMT-P, CEN

WATCH: Workplace Awareness for Terrorism and Crimes in Hospitals Delta Ballroom D

Recognition, Assessment and Management of Brain Attacks

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¡¡ Discuss the importance of early recognition and treatment of stroke patients for successful stroke chain of survival ¡¡ Learn how to use stroke assessment tools ¡¡ Apply this knowledge using ischemic and hemorrhagic stroke case reviews Mary Ann E. Teeter, MSEd, RN, FNP-C, CEN, CNRN, FAEN

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¡¡ Review major terrorist threats to hospitals and identify specific strategies to harden hospital targets ¡¡ Discuss lessons learned from Israeli hospitals including pre-event and post-event strategies ¡¡ Review the impact of increasing violence to staff within EDs Mike D. Clumpner, MBA, CHS, NREMT-P, CCEMT-P, PNCCT, EMT-T, FP-C

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Saturday, September 21 2 – 3:15 pm

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Research and Evidence-based Practice Paper Presentations II: Changing Your Practice Bayou E res

¡¡ Discover cutting-edge research findings that you can take back to your emergency setting and apply to your own practice ¡¡ Moderated by ENA Institute of Emergency Nursing Research staff; different studies are presented at each session Moderator: Lisa A. Wolf, PhD, RN, CEN, FAEN Parts I and II may be taken independently. Part I is offered on Friday, September 20 at 3 – 4:15 pm in Bayou CD

Global Nursing Challenges: Learning From Each Other Ryman Ballroom clin

¡¡ The global nursing community is facing many complex issues that affect emergency nurses and our patients around the world. ¡¡ Everywhere we go the themes are the same: staffing shortages, crowding, workplace violence, care of trauma patients, and finding appropriate care for mental health patients. There is so much we can learn from each other. ¡¡ Come participate in a collaborative exchange of ideas that can benefit emergency nurses and their patients on a global scale. Panel of International Emergency Nurses

3:30 – 4 pm Fast Track sessions

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The following are repeat courses. See Saturday, 9:45 – 10:15 am for faculty and course descriptions.

“How Big a Question? How Much Time?”: Deciding on Topics for BSN, MSN and DNP Research Projects Delta Ballroom D res

Early Perinatal Loss: What the Emergency Nurse Needs to Know

Nurses and Healthy Lifestyles: Fact or Fiction

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Governor’s Ballroom A&E

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Healthcare Voluntourism: Virtuous or Injurious? Governor’s Ballroom CD clin

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Building a Therapeutic Hypothermia Program for Comatose Post-cardiac Arrest Survivors

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Delta Ballroom B LEM

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Pediatric Head Injury Triage

Meet the Author: Book Signing with Lee Woodruff

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Marketplace Express Stop by Marketplace Express to meet the closing session speaker Lee Woodruff and get your book signed.

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4:15 – 5:45 pm closing Session

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Unsung Hero Delta Ballroom A&C LEM

Lee woodruff ¡¡ When her husband, ABC’s newly appointed co-anchor Bob Woodruff, was hit by a roadside bomb while covering the war in Iraq, hear how Lee Woodruff’s life changed in an instant. ¡¡ Hear Lee’s 10 insights for caregivers while sharing her own story about her husband’s ordeal ¡¡ Understand the impact you make from the family perspective ¡¡ Be inspired and renewed by Lee’s compassion and strength, told with honesty and empathy

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Saturday, September 21 7:30 pm Annual Awards Gala 2013

Thank you to the following organizations for their generous support Live from “Music City—Songwriting Capital of the World” ENA will celebrate the “Best in Class” for their accomplishments over the past year during the Annual Awards Gala 2013. The awards program includes the Academy of Emergency Nursing Inductees, Lantern Award Recipients, ENA Achievement Awards and ENA Foundation State Challenge Awards. This “Music City” event will feature a cash bar cocktail reception with hors d’oeuvres, along with a wonderful sit-down dinner, and live country music Nashville­–style! Reception at 7:30 pm Delta Ballroom Lobby A Dinner at 8:15 pm Delta Ballroom A Cost: $110 per person including dinner; cash bar Attire: Black-tie optional, with/without a country­–style flare

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Master of Ceremonies: Terry M. Foster, MSN, RN, CEN, CCRN, FAEN

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Faculty listing Denise Abernethy, MSN, RN, CEN Director, Emergency Services, University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, Shadyside Hospital, Pittsburgh, PA Bruce P. Armstrong, OBE, TD, MSc, BA (Hons), Dip IMC RCS (Ed), RGN, RMN Major Trauma Centre Lead for Education, University Hospital Southampton Foundation Trust, Southampton, UK Nancy Balch, PharmD Senior Attending Pharmacist, Emergency Department, Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, MA Cynthia A. Blank-Reid, MSN, RN, CEN Trauma Clinical Nurse Specialist, Temple University Hospital, Philadelphia, PA Marlene Bokholdt, MS, RN, CPEN, CCRN Nursing Education Editor, Emergency Nurses Association, Des Plaines, IL Edie A. Brous, JD, MS, MPH, BSN, RN Nurse Attorney, New York, NY Melissa Brown, BA, CHC Activities Coordinator/Nutrition Educator, Vanderbilt Center for Integrative Health, Nashville, TN Mark J. Buzco, CPCU, CIC, RPLU Vice President, Affinity Insurance Services Healthcare, Chicago, IL Liberty Caroon, RDMS Sonographer dedicated to Emergency Medicine Department, Hennepin County Medical Center, Minneapolis, MN Jessica P. Castner, PhD, RN, CEN Research Assistant Professor, University at Buffalo, The State University of New York, Buffalo, NY Garrett K. Chan, PhD, APRN, FAEN, FPCN, FAAN Interim Director of Advanced Practice, Stanford Hospital & Clinics, Stanford, CA Melanie L. Chichester, BSN, RNC-OB Staff Nurse, Clinical Level III, Christiana Care Health System, Newark, DE Nick Chmielewski, MSN, RN, CEN, NE-BC Mount Carmel West Hospital, Columbus, OH Mike D. Clumpner, MBA, CHS, NREMT-P, CCEMT-P, PNCCT, EMT-T, FP-C President/ CEO, Threat Suppression, Incorporated, Charlotte, NC Edward M. Collins, MSN, RN, ACNP Nurse Practitioner, FastER Urgent Care, Morris Plains, NJ Abby Cooper, MHIM Activities Coordinator/ Nutrition Educator, Vanderbilt Center for Integrative Health, Nashville, TN

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Candy M. Corral, MSN, RN, CNS-BC, CEN Clinical Nurse Specialist Stroke Coordinator, Huntington Memorial Hospital, Pasadena, CA Laura M. Criddle, PhD, RN, CEN, CPEN, CFRN, FAEN Clinical Nurse Specialist, The Laurelwood Group, Scappoose, OR Kim J. Day, RN, FNE, SANE-A, SANE-P SAFE Technical Assistance Coordinator, International Association of Forensic Nurses, Elkridge, MD Nancy J. Denke, MSN, FNP-BC, ACNP-BC, CEN, CCRN, FAEN Trauma Nurse Practitioner, Scottsdale Healthcare, Scottsdale, AZ Siegfried Emme, MSN, NP-C, CEN, CCRN APRN, Family Medicine Center Walkin Clinic, Loveland, Colorado Dian D. Evans, PhD, FNP-BC Clinical Assistant Professor, Nell Hodgson Woodruff School of Nursing, Emory University, Atlanta, GA Kyle Fairchild, RN Staff RN, Hennepin County Medical Center, Minneapolis, MN Kathleen Flarity, DNP, PhD, CEN, CFRN, FAEN Emergency CNS/Nurse Scientist, Memorial Hospital, University of Colorado Health Sarah F. Fontenot, JD, BSN Professor for Legal Aspects of Healthcare Administration, Trinity University, Department of Healthcare Administration, San Antonio, TX Joyce Foresman-Capuzzi, MSN, RN, CCNS, CEN, CPEN, CPN, CTRN, CCRN, SANE-A, AFN-BC, EMT-P Clinical Nurse Educator, Lankenau Medical Center, Wynnewood, PA Terry M. Foster, MSN, RN, CEN, CCRN, FAEN Clinical Nurse Specialist, St. Elizabeth Medical Center, Edgewood, KY Michael A. Frakes, MS, APRN, CCNS, CEN, CFRN Clinical Nurse Specialist, Boston MedFlight, Bedford, MA Andrew A. Galvin, MSN, BSN, RN, ACNP-BC, CEN Emergency Nurse Practitioner, Lewis-Gale Salem Medical Center, Salem, VA Sydney Gay, MSPA, PA-C Emergency Medicine Physician Assistant, Team Health Atlantic, Blacksburg, VA Lisa L. Gilmore, MSN, RN, ACNS-BC, EMT-P Emergency Trauma Center Clinical Educator, Mercy Hospital, Springfield, MO

William A. Gluckman, DO, MBA, FACEP President & CEO, FastER Urgent Care, Morris Plains, NJ Michael D. Gooch, MSN, RN, ACNP-BC, FNP-BC, CFRN, CEN, EMT-P Flight Nurse and Instructor of Nursing; Emergency Nurse Practitioner, Vanderbilt University; TeamHealth, Nashville, TN Elizabeth Stone Griffin, BS, RN, CPEN Staff Nurse IV, Children’s Emergency Department, WakeMed Health & Hospitals, Raleigh, NC William D. Hampton, DO, MM, BA, AS Emergency Physician, Holy Family Memorial, Manitowoc, WI Debbie Harrell, MSN, RN, NE-BC Director of Professional Relations, Shriners Hospitals for Children-Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH Benjamin S. Heavrin, MBA, MD, FACEP Assistant Professor, Department of Emergency Medicine, Vanderbilt University Medical Center, Nashville, TN Jeff Henderson Award-winning Chef, Motivational Speaker, New York Times Best-selling Author and Food Network Television Personality Kevin High, MPH, RN, CEN, CFRN Trauma Resuscitation Manager, Vanderbilt University Medical Center, Nashville, TN James J. Hoelz, MS, MBA, RN, CEN, FAEN Chief Nurse Executive, Blue Jay Consulting, Orlando, FL David G. Holman, MNSc, RN Arkansas Children’s Hospital, Little Rock, AR Landon G. James, MA, BSN, RN, CEN, PCP Registered Nurse, Vancouver General Hospital, Vancouver, BC Canada Susan Johnson, PhD, RN Assistant Professor, University of WashingtonTacoma, Tacoma, WA Charles E. Kunkle, MSN, CEN, CCRN Director Emergency and Pediatric Services, St. Mary Medical Center, Langhorne, PA Beth A. LaVelle, PhD, RN-BC, CEN Education Coordinator, Westfields Hospital, New Richmond, WI Richard Lazarus, Chief, Longview Fire Department (Retired), Longview, TX Robert A. Leach, MSN, RN, ENP, CEN Nurse Practitioner, Colorado Urgent Care Associates, Cripple Creek, CO

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Faculty listing Bruce M. Lo, MD, RDMS, FACEP Chief, Department of Emergency Medicine, Sentara Norfolk General/Eastern Virginia Medical School, Norfolk, VA David Marcozzi, MHS-CL, MD, FACEP Director, National Healthcare Preparedness Programs Division, Washington, DC Maureen A. Merkl, MSN, RN, CCNS-BC, CEN, CRRN Staff RN, Virginia Hospital Center, Arlington, VA Elizabeth A. Mizerek, MSN, RN, CEN, CPEN, FN-CSA ED Nurse Educator, Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital Hamilton, Hamilton, NJ Rhonda M. Morgan, DNP, RN, CEN, CCRN, CCNS, APN Associate Professor, King College, Bristol, TN Daniel J. Nadworny, BSN, RN Clinical Manager- ED, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Boston MA Charles A. Nozicka, DO, FAAP, FAAEM Medical Director, Pediatric Emergency Medicine, Advocate Condell Medical Center; Clinical Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine, Rosalind Franklin University, Libertyville, IL Timothy C. Nunez, MD Associate Professor Surgery, Division of Trauma and Surgical Critical Care, Vanderbilt University Medical Center, Nashville, TN Curtis E. Olson, BSN, BA, RN, EMT-P, CEN Staff RN, Emergency Department, Saint Elizabeth Regional Medical Center, Lincoln, NE Jean A. Proehl, MN, RN, CEN, CPEN, FAEN Emergency Clinical Nurse Specialist & Consultant, Editor, Proehl PRN, LLC/ Advanced Emergency Nursing Journal, Cornish, NH

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Elda G. Ramirez, PhD, RN, FNP-BC, FAANP Associate Professor Clinical Nursing, University of Texas Health Science Center-Houston, Houston, TX Denise R. Ramponi, DNP, NP-BC, CEN, FAEN Assistant Professor of Nursing, ED Nurse Practitioner, Robert Morris University & Heritage Valley Health System, Moon Township, PA Cheryl L. Randolph, MSN, RN, CCRN, CEN, CPEN, FNP-BC RN, San Francisco General Hospital, San Francisco, CA Ruth E. Rea, PhD, RN Associate Professor, University of WashingtonTacoma, Tacoma, WA Donna Sabella, PhD, MEd, MSN, RN Director - Office of Human Trafficking, Drexel University College of Nursing and Health Professions, Philadelphia, PA Dagny Scofield, RN, CEN, CPEN Medical Center of the Rockies, Loveland, CO Michael J. Seaver, RN Healthcare IT Consultant, Vernon Hills, IL Corey M. Slovis, MD Professor of Emergency Medicine and Medicine, Chair, Department of Emergency Medicine; Medical Director, Metro Nashville Fire Department and Nashville International Airport, Vanderbilt University Medical Center, Nashville, TN Melissa Smith, MSN, RN, ACNP Trauma Program Manager, Vanderbilt University Medical Center, Nashville, TN Jeff A. Solheim, MSN, RN-BC, CEN, CFRN, FAEN President, Solheim Enterprises, West Linn, OR Joan M. Somes, PhD, MSN, RN, CEN, CPEN, FAEN Staff Nurse/Department Educator, Emergency Department, St. Joseph’s Hospital, St. Paul, MN

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Carolyn H. Sutch, BSN, RN, CEN, CHTP RN4, Shore Health Systems, Easton, MD MaryEllen Swanson, MBA, BSN, RN Senior Staff Nurse Emergency Department, Hennepin County Medical Center, Minneapolis, MN Paula Tanabe, PhD, RN, FAEN, FAAN Associate Professor of Nursing and Medicine, Duke University, Durham, NC Mary Ann E. Teeter, MSEd, RN, FNP-C, CEN, CNRN, FAEN Stroke Coordinator and NP, Arnot Ogden Medical Center, Elmira, NY Mary Alice Vanhoy, MSN, RN, CEN, CPEN, NREMT-P Nurse Manager, Queen Anne’s Emergency Center, Queenstown, MD Jeanne J. Venella, DNP, MS, RN, CEN, CPEN Project Manager, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA Andres F. Viles, MSN, RN, CCNS, CEN Advanced Nursing Coordinator, UAB Hospital Emergency Department, Birmingham, AL Robin M. Weingarten, MSN, RN, CEN ED Team Lead, Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia PA Barbara Weintraub, MPH, MSN, RN, APN, CEN, CPEN, FAEN Interim Director, Presence Our Lady of Resurrection Hospital, Chicago, IL Lisa A. Wolf, PhD, RN, CEN, FAEN Director, Institute of Emergency Nursing Research, Emergency Nurses Association, Des Plaines, IL Lee Woodruff Best-selling Co-author, In an Instant; Contributor, CBS This Morning and Freelance Writer

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Faculty Disclosures It is the policy of the Emergency Nurses Association, as an ANCC accredited provider of continuing medical education, to disclose the relationship between the speakers and the proprietary entities which provide support to the conference or are discussed within the context of a presentation. Planning Committee members, faculty, and poster presenters are required to disclose to program participants any relationship, including financial interest or affiliation(s), with a commercial company. Disclosures do not suggest bias but provide program participants with information relevant to evaluation of the guideline contents. The following 2013 Annual Conference Planning Committee members have returned disclosure forms indicating that they have an affiliation or financial interest in any organization(s) that may have direct interest in the subject matter of his/her presentation(s):

Planning Committee Alicia R. Dean, MSN, RN, APRN, CNS, Clinical Manager, Vidacare, River Ridge, LA Commercial Interest: Vidacare Kathy M. Dolan, MSHA, RN, CEN, CPHRM, Senior Risk Management Consultant, ProAssurance Corporation, Cedar Rapids, IA Commercial Interest: ProAssurance

The following 2013 Annual Conference Planning Committee members have returned disclosure forms indicating that they have no affiliation or financial interest in any organization(s) that may have direct interest in the subject matter of his/her presentation(s):

Planning Committee Electra Allen, BSN, RN, Staff RN, Children’s Hospital of the Kings Daughters, Norfolk, VA Sherri-Lynne A. Almeida, DrPH, MSN, MEd, RN, CEN, FAEN, Senior Consultant, Blue Jay Consulting, Orlando, FL Dorothy A. Duncan, DNP, RN, CEN, ACNP-BC, CCRN, Assistant Professor, University of Texas of the Permian Basin, Odessa, TX James J. Hoelz, MS, MBA, RN, CEN, FAEN, Chief Nurse Executive, Blue Jay Consulting, Orlando, FL JoAnn S. Lazarus, MSN, RN, CEN, Vice President Operations, Emergency Services, Blue Jay Consulting, Orlando, FL Karie J. Pearce, BSN, RN, CEN, Trauma & Critical Care Outreach & ED Staff Nurse, Hennepin County Medical Center, Minneapolis, MN Carol “Liz” E. Reeves, BS, RN, EMT, Medical Affairs Manager, Vanderbilt University, LifeFlight, Nashville, TN Jeff A. Solheim, MSN, RN-BC, CEN, CFRN, FAEN, President, Solheim Enterprises, West Linn, OR Anne Stefanoski, BSN, RN, CEN, Staff Nurse, JFK Medical Center, Plainfield, NJ The following faculty members have returned disclosure forms indicating that they have an affiliation or financial interest in any organization(s) that may have direct interest in the subject matter of his/her presentation(s):

Faculty Marlene Bokholdt, MS, RN, CPEN, CCRN, Nursing Education Editor, Emergency Nurses Association, Des Plaines, IL Commercial Interest: Emergency Nurses Association Mark J. Buzco, CPCU, CIC, RPLU Vice President, Affinity Insurance Services Healthcare, Chicago, IL Commercial Interest: Affinity Insurance Services Healthcare

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Mike D. Clumpner, MBA, CHS, NREMT-P, CCEMT-P, PNCCT, EMT-T, FP-C, President/ CEO, Threat Suppression, Incorporated, Charlotte, NC Commercial Interest: Threat Suppression, Inc. Conflict: President and CEO Nancy J. Denke, MSN, FNP-BC, ACNPBC, CEN, CCRN, FAEN, Trauma Nurse Practitioner, Scottsdale Healthcare, Scottsdale, AZ Commercial Interest: Hospira Denise R. Ramponi, DNP, NP-BC, CEN, FAEN, Assistant Professor of Nursing, ED Nurse Practitioner, Robert Morris University & Heritage Valley Health System, Moon Township, PA Commercial Interest: Practitioner, Education Associates Paula Tanabe, PhD, RN, FAEN, FAAN, Associate Professor of Nursing and Medicine, Duke University, Durham, NC Commercial Interest: Agency for Heatlhcare Research and Quality (AHRQ) Lisa A. Wolf, PhD, RN, CEN, FAEN, Director, Institute of Emergency Nursing Research, Emergency Nurses Association, Des Plaines, IL Commercial Interest: Emergency Nurses Association The following faculty members have returned disclosure forms indicating that they have an affiliation or financial interest in any organization(s) that may have direct interest in the subject matter of his/her presentation(s):

Faculty Denise Abernethy, MSN, RN, CEN, Director, Emergency Services, University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, Shadyside Hospital, Pittsburgh, PA Bruce P. Armstrong, OBE, TD, MSc, BA(Hons), Dip IMC RCS(Ed), RGN, RMN, Major Trauma Centre Lead for Education, University Hospital Southampton Foundation Trust, Southampton, UK Nancy Balch, PharmD, Senior Attending Pharmacist, Emergency Department, Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, MA Cynthia A. Blank-Reid, MSN, RN, CEN, Trauma Clinical Nurse Specialist, Temple University Hospital, Philadelphia, PA

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Faculty Disclosures Edie A. Brous, JD, MS, MPH, BSN, RN, Nurse Attorney, New York, NY Melissa Brown, BA, CHC, Activities Coordinator/Nutrition Educator, Vanderbilt Center for Integrative Health, Nashville, TN Liberty Caroon, RDMS Sonographer dedicated to Emergency Medicine Department, Hennepin County Medical Center, Minneapolis, MN Jessica P. Castner, PhD, RN, CEN, Research Assistant Professor, University at Buffalo, The State University of New York, Buffalo, NY Garrett K. Chan, PhD, APRN, FAEN, FPCN, FAAN, Interim Director of Advanced Practice, Stanford Hospital & Clinics, Stanford, CA Melanie L. Chichester, BSN, RNC-OB, Staff Nurse, Clinical Level III, Christiana Care Health System, Newark, DE Nick Chmielewski, MSN, RN, CEN, NE-BC, Mount Carmel West Hospital, Columbus, OH Edward M. Collins, MSN, RN, ACNP, Nurse Practitioner, FastER Urgent Care, Morris Plains, NJ Abby Cooper, MHIM, Activities Coordinator/Nutrition Educator, Vanderbilt Center for Integrative Health, Nashville, TN Candy M. Corral, MSN, RN, CNS-BC, CEN, Clinical Nurse Specialist Stroke Coordinator, Huntington Memorial Hospital, Pasadena, CA Laura M. Criddle, PhD, RN, CEN, CPEN, CFRN, FAEN, Clinical Nurse Specialist, The Laurelwood Group, Scappoose, OR Kim J. Day, RN, FNE, SANE-A, SANE-P SAFE Technical Assistance Coordinator, International Association of Forensic Nurses, Elkridge, MD Siegfried Emme, MSN, NP-C, CEN, CCRN APRN, Family Medicine Center Walkin Clinic, Loveland, Colorado Dian D. Evans, PhD, FNP-BC, Clinical Assistant Professor, Nell Hodgson Woodruff School of Nursing, Emory University, Atlanta, GA Kyle Fairchild, RN Staff RN, Hennepin County Medical Center, Minneapolis, MN Kathleen Flarity, DNP, PhD, CEN, CFRN, FAEN Emergency CNS/Nurse Scientist, Memorial Hospital, University of Colorado Health

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Sarah F. Fontenot, JD BSN, Professor for Legal Aspects of Healthcare Administration, Trinity University, Department of Healthcare Administration, San Antonio, TX Joyce Foresman-Capuzzi, MSN, RN, CCNS, CEN, CPEN, CPN, CTRN, CCRN, SANE-A, AFN-BC, EMT-P, Clinical Nurse Educator, Lankenau Medical Center, Wynnewood, PA Terry M. Foster, MSN, RN, CEN, CCRN, FAEN, Clinical Nurse Specialist, St. Elizabeth Medical Center, Edgewood, KY Michael A. Frakes, MS, APRN, CCNS, CEN, CFRN, Clinical Nurse Specialist, Boston MedFlight, Bedford, MA Andrew A. Galvin, MSN, BSN, RN, ACNP-BC, CEN, Emergency Nurse Practitioner, Lewis-Gale Salem Medical Center, Salem, VA Sydney Gay, MSPA, PA-C, Emergency Medicine Physician Assistant, Team Health Atlantic, Blacksburg, VA Lisa L. Gilmore, MSN, RN, ACNS-BC, EMT-P, Emergency Trauma Center Clinical Educator, Mercy Hospital, Springfield, MO William A. Gluckman, DO, MBA, FACEP, President and CEO, FastER Urgent Care, Morris Plains, NJ Michael D. Gooch, MSN, RN, ACNP-BC, FNP-BC, CFRN, CEN, EMT-P, Flight Nurse and Instructor of Nursing; Emergency Nurse Practitioner, Vanderbilt University; TeamHealth, Nashville, TN Elizabeth Stone Griffin, BS, RN, CPEN, Staff Nurse IV, Children’s Emergency Department, WakeMed Health & Hospitals, Raleigh, NC William D. Hampton, DO, MM, BA, AS, Emergency Physician, Holy Family Memorial, Manitowoc, WI Debbie Harrell, MSN, RN, NE-BC, Director of Professional Relations, Shriners Hospitals for Children-Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH Benjamin S. Heavrin, MBA, MD, FACEP, Assistant Professor, Department of Emergency Medicine, Vanderbilt University Medical Center, Nashville, TN Chef Jeff Henderson, Award-winning Chef, Motivational Speaker, New York Times Best-selling Author and Food Network Television Personality

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Kevin High, MPH, RN, CEN, CFRN, Trauma Resuscitation Manager, Vanderbilt University Medical Center, Nashville, TN David G. Holman, MNSc, RN, Arkansas Children’s Hospital, Little Rock, AR Landon G. James, MA, BSN, RN, CEN, PCP, Registered Nurse, Vancouver General Hospital, Vancouver, BC Canada Susan Johnson, PhD, RN, Assistant Professor, University of WashingtonTacoma, Tacoma, Washington Charles E. Kunkle, MSN, CEN, CCRN, Director, Emergency and Pediatric Services, St. Mary Medical Center, Langhorne, PA Beth A. LaVelle, PhD, RN-BC, CEN, Education Coordinator, Westfields Hospital, New Richmond, WI Richard Lazarus, Chief, Longview Fire Department (Retired), Longview, TX Robert A. Leach, MSN, RN, ENP, CEN, Nurse Practitioner, Colorado Urgent Care Associates, Cripple Creek, CO Bruce M. Lo, MD, RDMS, FACEP, Chief, Department of Emergency Medicine, Sentara Norfolk General/Eastern Virginia Medical School, Norfolk, VA David Marcozzi, MHS-CL, MD, FACEP, Director, National Healthcare Preparedness Programs Division, Washington, D.C. Maureen A. Merkl, MSN, RN, CCNS-BC, CEN, CRRN, Staff RN, Virginia Hospital Center, Arlington, VA Elizabeth A. Mizerek, MSN, RN, CEN, CPEN, FN-CSA, ED Nurse Educator, Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital Hamilton, Hamilton, NJ Rhonda M. Morgan, DNP, RN, CEN, CCRN, CCNS, APN, Associate Professor, King College, Bristol, TN Daniel J. Nadworny, BSN, RN, Clinical Manager- ED, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Boston MA Charles A. Nozicka, DO, FAAP, FAAEM, Medical Director Pediatric Emergency Medicine, Advocate Condell Medical Center; Clinical Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine, Rosalind Franklin University, Libertyville, IL Timothy C. Nunez, MD, Associate Professor Surgery, Division of Trauma and Surgical Critical Care, Vanderbilt University Medical Center, Nashville, TN

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Faculty Disclosures Curtis E. Olson, BSN, BA, RN, EMT-P, CEN, Staff RN, Emergency Department, Saint Elizabeth Regional Medical Center, Lincoln, NE Jean A. Proehl, MN, RN, CEN, CPEN, FAEN, Emergency Clinical Nurse Specialist & Consultant; Editor, Proehl PRN, LLC/Advanced Emergency Nursing Journal, Cornish, NH Elda G. Ramirez, PhD, RN, FNP-BC, FAANP, Associate Professor Clinical Nursing, University of Texas Health Science Center-Houston, Houston, TX Cheryl L. Randolph, MSN, RN, CCRN, CEN, CPEN, FNP-BC, RN, San Francisco General Hospital, San Francisco, CA Ruth E. Rea, PhD, RN, Associate Professor, University of WashingtonTacoma, Tacoma, WA Donna Sabella, PhD, MEd, MSN, RN, Director - Office of Human Trafficking, Drexel University College of Nursing and Health Professions, Philadelphia, PA Dagny Scofield, RN, CEN, CPEN, Medical Center of the Rockies, Loveland, CO

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Michael J. Seaver, RN, Healthcare IT Consultant, Vernon Hills, IL Corey M. Slovis, MD, Professor of Emergency Medicine and Medicine; Chair, Department of Emergency Medicine; Medical Director, Metro Nashville Fire Department and Nashville International Airport, Vanderbilt University Medical Center, Nashville, TN Melissa Smith, MSN, RN, ACNP, Trauma Program Manager, Vanderbilt University Medical Center, Nashville, TN Joan M. Somes, PhD, MSN, RN, CEN, CPEN, FAEN, Staff Nurse/Department Educator, Emergency Department, St. Joseph’s Hospital, St. Paul, MN MaryEllen Swanson, MBA, BSN, RN Senior Staff Nurse Emergency Department, Hennepin County Medical Center, Minneapolis, MN Mary Ann E. Teeter, MSEd, RN, FNP-C, CEN, CNRN, FAEN, Stroke Coordinator and NP, Arnot Ogden Medical Center, Elmira, NY

Mary Alice Vanhoy, MSN, RN, CEN, CPEN, NREMT-P, Nurse Manager, Queen Anne’s Emergency Center, Queenstown, MD Jeanne J. Venella, DNP, MS, RN, CEN, CPEN, Project Manager, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA Andres F. Viles, MSN, RN, CCNS, CEN, Advanced Nursing Coordinator, UAB Hospital Emergency Department, Birmingham, AL Robin M. Weingarten, MSN, RN, CEN, ED Team Lead, Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia PA Barbara A. Weintraub, MPH, MSN, RN, APN, CEN, CPEN, FAEN, Interim Director, Presence Our Lady of Resurrection Hospital, Chicago, IL Lee Woodruff, Best-selling Co-author, In an Instant; Contributor and CBS This Morning and Freelance Writer

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Annual award recipients Lantern Award RECIPIENTS

AEN Inductees Linda Arapian, MSN, RN, EMT-B, CEN, CPEN (Maryland) Susan Barnason, PhD, RN, APRN, CNS, CEN, FAHA, FAAN (Nebraska) Nancy Stephens Donatelli, MS, RN, CEN, NE-BC (Pennsylvania) Joyce Foresman-Capuzzi, MSN, RN, CCNS, EMT-P, CEN, CPEN, CPN, CTRN, CCRN, SANE-A, AFN-BC (Pennsylvania) Cathy Fox, RN, CEN, CPEN (Virginia) Lynne Gagnon, MS, BSN, RN, CPHQ, NEA-BC (Maine) Louise Hummel, MSN, RN, CNS, CEN (California) Elizabeth Nolan, MA, BSN, RN, CEN (Kentucky) Elda Ramirez, PhD, RN, FNP-BC, FAANP (Texas)

Akron General Medical Center Emergency Department, (Akron, Ohio) Bethesda North Hospital Emergency Department, (Cincinnati, Ohio) Bon Secours Richmond Community Hospital Emergency Department, (Richmond, Virginia) Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta Emergency Department, Egleston Campus, (Atlanta, Georgia) Children’s Hospital Los Angeles Emergency Department & Level 1 Pediatric Trauma Center, (Los Angeles, California) The Medical Center of Aurora Emergency Department, (Aurora, Colorado) OSF Saint Francis Medical Center Emergency Department, (Peoria, Illinois) St. Anthony Hospital Emergency Department, (Lakewood, Colorado) Virginia Hospital Center Emergency Department, (Arlington, Virginia)

Annual Award Recipients Team Award Recipients, Forensic Nurse Examiner Team Christiana Care Health System, Newark, DE

Barbara A. Foley Quality, Safety and Injury Prevention Award Kimberly Wright, BSN, RN

Behind the Scenes Award Robin Walsh, BSN, RN

Clinical Nurse Specialist Award Pamela Bucaro, MS, RN, PCNS-BC, CPNP, CPEN

Frank L. Cole Nurse Practitioner Award Andrew Galvin, ACNP-BC, CEN

Judith C. Kelleher Award AnnMarie Papa, DNP, RN, CEN, NE-BC, FAEN

Media Award Cheryl Tan

Nurse Manager Award Suszanne Deyke, MSN, RN, CEN

Nurse Researcher Award Kathleen Flarity, DNP, PhD, CEN, CFRN, FAEN

Nursing Education Award Leah Davis, BSN, RN, CEN

Erica Dempsey, BSN, RN, CEN Amy Drejka, MS, BSN, RN, SANE-A Meghan Ellis, BSN, RN, CEN Mary Kathleen Fillingame, BS, RN Jennifer Henry, BSN, RN, CEN Amy Hensel, BSN, RN, SANE-A, CEN Donna Lougheed, BSN, RN Angela McNulty, BSN, RN, SANE-A Christi Mench, RN, SANE-A Beth Miller, BA, RN Noemi Miranda, RN Jennifer Oldham, BS, RN, CEN Kelly Green O’Shaughnessy, BSN, RN, CEN Christine Parks, BSN, RN Nicole Possenti, BSN, RN Amy Stier, RN, CEN, SANE-A Anita Symonds, MS, BSN, RN, SANE-A, SANE-P Steaphine Taggart, BSN, BA, RN Erin Vaughn, BSN, RN, SANE-A

Nursing Practice and Professionalism Award Rhonda Holmstrom, BSN, RN, CEN

Rising Star Award Nicholas Nelson, MS, RN, CEN, CPEN, CPN, TNS, NRP

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Conference Activities Visit our booth in the registration area to show your support.

A Night At the

grANd Ole Opry

Support ENA FouNdAtioN ANd ENjoy thE Show thAt MAdE CouNtry MuSiC FAMouS

September 2 0 • 7 pm

2013 ENA Foundation Jewelry Auction

What began as a simple radio broadcast in 1925 is now a line-entertainment phenomenon. The Opry, an American icon and Nashville’s number-one attraction, is world-famous for creating one-of-a-kind entertainment experiences for audiences of all ages.

View the fabulous collection for men and women.

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Booth #529 in the Exhibit Hall

Thursday, September 19, 3:45 – 7:30 p.m. Friday, September 20, 9:15 am. -2:45 p.m. Saturday, September 21 9:15 a.m. – 12 p.m. (Bidding closes)

Join us on this journey for your personal wellness and the future health of your profession. Friday, September 20, 6 – 7 a.m.

ENA Foundation 4GB Thumb Drive

Stretcherside Miracles Pin

Make a $30 donation and you’ll receive a 4GB thumb drive. It’s pre-loaded with the learning objectives/content outlines from the 2013 ENA Annual and Leadership Conference courses and much more.

Make a $5 donation and you’ll receive a Stretcherside Miracles pin. In the time it takes to attach the pin, thousands of lives are impacted by emergency nurses. Repay that gift by supporting emergency nurses and wearing the ultimate symbol of pride.

ENA Foundation Scholarships Thanks to donations received from individuals, organizations and industry, the ENA Foundation is excited to announce the 2013 scholarship and research grant recipients. Academic Scholarship Recipients Non-RN Scholarships

Kansas State Council – Darlene Whitlock Trauma Scholarship - $5,000 Carla Grasso, BSN, RN, CEN – Pennsylvania

New York State ENA September 11 Scholarships $2,500 each

Kentucky State Council – Kentucky ENA Founders Scholarship - $5,000

Donald Mills, EMT-B – Montana Camela Slaight, EMT-I – Colorado

Sarah Abel, BSN, RN, CEN - Indiana

ENA Foundation Non-RN Scholarships - $2,500 each

Maryland State Council – Maryland ENA State Council Scholarship- $5,000

Elizabeth Durovich – New York Derek Hammermeister, EMT-B - Montana

Natalie Briggs, BSN, RN, CEN – Florida

Undergraduate Scholarships

Nicholle Bruhn, BSN, RN – Nebraska

Minnesota State Council – “Pathways V” Scholarship - $5,000

Charles Kunz Memorial Undergraduate Scholarship $3,000

Mississippi State Council – Dan Burgess Scholarship - $5,000

Bernice Potter, RN - Massachusetts

Helen Kenny, BSN, RN, CEN - Connecticut

Board of Certification for Emergency Nursing (BCEN) Scholarship - $3,000

New Jersey State Council – New Jersey State Challenge Scholarship - $5,000

Anne Desiree-Parise Duhs, RN, CEN – Nebraska

William Schueler, BSN, RN, CEN - Oregon

ENA Foundation State Challenge Undergraduate Scholarships - $3,000 each

Northern Chapter (NJ) – Mary Kamienski Scholarship - $5,000

Caroline Doyle, RN, CEN – Maryland Madalynn Tenney, ADN, RN - Maryland

Lauren Vickerson, BSN, RN, CEN, CPEN - Maine

West Central Chapter (NJ) Jeanette Ash Memorial Scholarship - $5,000

Graduate Scholarships

Wendi Brown, BSN, RN – Michigan

Stryker Masters in Healthcare Scholarship - $5,000 Colleen Desai, MSN, RN, CEN, CPEN – Connecticut

South Carolina State Council – Renee Jett Memorial Scholarship - $5,000

Judith C. Kelleher Memorial Scholarship - $5,000

Roseann Teckman, BSN, RN – South Carolina

Andi Foley, MSN, RN, CEN – Washington

Tennessee State Council – Tennessee State Challenge Scholarship - $5,000

AnnMarie Papa Stretcherside Miracle Scholarship - $5,000 Nancy Reeve, BSN, CEN - Virginia

Gari Leigh Adams, BSN, RN, CEN – North Carolina

Board of Certification for Emergency Nursing (BCEN) Scholarship - $5,000

Texas State Council – Vicki Patrick Texas Legacy Scholarship - $5,000

Jennifer Tabak, BSN, RN, CEN, CPEN - Connecticut

Dana Hamilton, BSN, RN, CEN, CPEN, EMT-B - Texas

California State Council – Anita Ruiz Contreras Scholarship - $5,000

ENA Foundation State Challenge Scholarships $5,000 each

Lisa Jamerson, BSN, RN - Virginia

Colorado State Council – Colorado Rocky Mountain Scholarship - $5,000 Melissa Anderson, BSN, RN, CEN - Indiana

Mary Beth Farah, BSN, RN, CEN, CFRN – Pennsylvania Cinnamon Jones, BSN, RN, CEN – Missouri Sherry Love, MBA, BSN, RN, CEN – Tennessee Kimberly Mikula, BSN, RN, CEN – Pennsylvania

Vidacare Graduate Scholarship - $5,000 each Donna Matwiejewicz, BSN, RN, CCRN, CEN, CPEN - Pennsylvania

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ENA Foundation Scholarships Physio-Control, Inc. Scholarships - $3,000 each Kasey May, BSN, RN – Indiana Lisa McCoy, BSN, RN - Indiana

Gisness Advance Practice Scholarship - $3,000 Jesseca Keefe, MSN, RN, CEN, MICN - California

Karen O’Neil Memorial Scholarship - $3,000 Candice Palmisano, BSN, PHN, CEN, MICN – California

Doctoral Scholarships Pamela Stinson Kidd Memorial Doctoral Scholarship $10,000 Pamela Bourg, MS, RN, FAEN - Colorado

Board of Certification for Emergency Nursing (BCEN) Doctoral Scholarships - $5,000 each Cindi Warburton, MSN-FNP, CEN – Oregon Robin Weingarten, MSN, RN, CEN - Pennsylvania

ENA Foundation State Challenge Doctoral Scholarships $5,000 each Pamela Assid, MSN, RN, CEN, CPEN – Colorado Mary Howlett, MS, RN, FNP-BC, CEN – Massachusetts Sharon Schultz, MS, RN, CEN, CPEN – Colorado

ENA Foundation Doctoral Scholarship $5,000 Meredith Scannell, MSN, MPH, RN - Massachusetts

Hill – Rom Doctoral Scholarships $4,000 each Diana Elwell, BSN, RN – New York Nycole Oliver, BSN, RN, CEN – Arkansas

Continuing Education Scholarships Recipients ENA Foundation Annual Conference Scholarships $500 each Judith Becker, BSN, RN – Arizona Barbara Berenz, ADN, RN – Ohio Barbara Black, MSN, RN – Ohio Sheila Brown, RN, CEN – Nebraska Vicki Celenza, RN – Ohio Lauren Crockett, BSN, RN – Kentucky Lisa Eckenrode, MSN, MBA, RN, EMT-P – Pennsylvania Michael Hastings, MS, RN, CEN – Kansas Maria Johnson, MSN, RN, CEN – North Carolina David McDonald, MSN, RN, CEN – Virginia Nicole Merritt, ADN, RN – New Hampshire Dixie Norris, BSN, RN – Mississippi Sonia Pipkin, BSN, RN – Texas Barry Swanner, BSN, RN, CPEN, NREMT-P – North Carolina Lisa Waite, BSN, RN – Idaho Amanda Ward, MSN, RN – Indiana Margaret Wolfred, BSN, RN – Indiana Barbara Young, BSN, RN, CEN – Pennsylvania Tiffany Young, MA, BSN, RN – North Carolina Melissa Ziesman, BSN, RN, CEN – Nebraska

Research Grant Recipients Emergency Medicine Foundation / ENA Foundation Team Grant - $50,000 AnnMarie R. Papa, DNP, RN, CEN, NE-BC, FAEN – Pennsylvania Kristin L. Rising, MD and Brendan G. Carr, MD, MA, MS, FACEP

ENA Foundation / Sigma Theta Tau International Research Grant - $6,000 Chris Burchill, PhD, RN, CEN - Pennsylvania

Research Grant Opportunities - applications due October 1, 2013 ENA Foundation/ANIA Research Grant – $6,000 Industry Supported Research Grant – Supported by Stryker - $5,000 Industry Supported Research Grant – Supported by FreemanWhite ED Design Team - $5,000

Research Grant Opportunity - Applications due November 1, 2013 ENA Foundation Seed Grants - $500 each

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Exhibit Hall Information Exhibit Hall Hours

ENA Interest Areas

Thursday, September 19

ENA Foundation Jewelry Auction

3:45 – 7:30 pm

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Friday, September 20

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Booth 437 ¡¡ ENA Drawings ¡¡ ENA Education ¡¡ ENA Wellness

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The American Heart Association is a national, not for profit organization committed to reducing death and disability from cardiac and respiratory emergencies in our communities. We continue to improve the quality of healthcare through research, training, and education. Go to our web site at www.heart.org/cpr to find out more.

823 American Mobile Healthcare 12400 High Bluff Drive San Diego, California 92130 Phone: 858-350-7441 www.americanmobile.com liz.cunningham@amnhealthcare.com Our travel nursing programs will help you find assignments that best match your immediate and future career needs. With decades of experience, American Mobile understands the importance of partnering with an expert who values your needs. We’ll place you in an assignment tailored to your requests and registered nursing specialty, whether you’re a recent grad or seasoned professional.

306 American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC) 8515 Georgia Avenue, Suite 400 Silver Spring, Maryland 20910 Phone: 800-284-2378 www.nursecredentialing.org/ENP certification@ana.org

Get and stay accredited. Online Chest Pain and Stroke Center Competency Education to improve quality of care and patient outcomes. Intelligent Interactivity®, comprehensive, current, economical. New imPULSE® 2.0 Chest Pain Competency, Hemispheres® Stroke Competency, Responder® STEMI Recognition, Transitions® Heart Failure Competency coming soon! Call and get ready to be impressed!

915 Arkansas State ENA Council www.arkansasena.org

706 Armstrong Medical Industries, Inc. 575 Knightsbridge Parkway Lincolnshire, Illinois 60069 Phone: 800-323-4220; Fax: 847-913-0138 www.armstrongmedical.com csr@armstrongmedical.com Armstrong Medical is a manufacturer and distributor with a 50 year commitment to bringing the finest medical equipment to the hospital, EMS, and medical education communities. Our catalog includes such fine products as the A-Smart® Premier™ Aluminum Carts, Wireless Auto-Locking Cart, S-SCORT® new-DUET™ Suction Unit, and Broselow® Pediatric Resuscitation System.

Stop by American Nurses Credentialing Center’s booth for FREE GIFTS and to ENTER A DRAWING. ANCC is launching the new Emergency Nurse Practitioner specialty certification right now! No testing required. This certification is by portfolio application. Stop by to learn more!

An Allegro Review is a novel, rapid-fire educational format that actively and continuously engages audiences in the learning process. Books and live review courses enhance knowledge, promote competent care, and prepare nurses to sit for the CEN, CPEN, CTRN, or CFRN examinations.

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Hospitals and Nurses. Enter drawing at ANCC Booth 306!

Win a Free Emergency Nurse Practitioner Specialty Certification* Visit ANCC Booth 306 at the Emergency Nurses Association Annual Conference to learn more about specialty certification for emergency nurse practitioners.

NEW! Now Accepting Emergency Nurse Practitioner Specialty Certification Applications www.nursecredentialing.org/ENP *Drawing will be conducted after the conference. You do not need to be present to win. Winner will receive a waiver of an ANCC certification application fee in the next year. Winning the drawing does not guarantee you will be granted certification. Prize is nontransferable. Š2013. The American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC) is a subsidiary of the American Nurses Association (ANA).

Exhibitor Listing and Product Description 357 Army Nurse Recruiting

607 Aviator Clothing Company

9th Calvary Regiment Avenue, Munoz Building #206 Fort Knox, Kentucky 40121 Phone: 502-626-3249 healthcare.goarmy.com

3745 Burleson Retta Road Burleson, Texas 76028 Phone: 817-563-4889 Fax: 817-563-9404 aviatorscrubs.com aviatorclothing@sbcglobal.net

As a member of the U.S. Army healthcare team you will do what you do best - use your professional skills and best judgment to provide a full spectrum of patient care. You’ll provide this expert care in facilities that are second to none, using equipment and procedures that are often more advanced than their private-sector counterparts. Also, our nurse-to-patient ratios are excellent.

737 Aspen Medical Products 6481 Oak Canyon Irvine, California 92618 Phone: 800-295-2776 www.aspenmp.com hdinkins@aspenmp.com Aspen Medical Products is a leader in the development of innovative spinal bracing for post-trauma stabilization, pre-and-post surgical stabilization, pain management and long-term patient care. Aspen Medical Products offers multiple orthotic options that provide unsurpassed motion restriction, superior comfort and an economic advantage, encouraging better patient compliance.

837 Aureus Medical Group 13609 California Street, Suite 500 Omaha, Nebraska 68154 Phone: 800-856-5457 www.aureusmedical.com nursejobseekers@aureusmedical.com Opportunities and Support? You can have it all with Aureus Medical. Whether you crave new experiences, adventure, or professional challenges, we offer endless travel and direct hire opportunities in exciting destinations nationwide. Our recruiters will embrace your personal style and your career goals to find you just the Right Fit. Plus, they are dedicated by specialty area and available 24/7.

Come visit us at Booth 607 to see our medical uniforms.

B 751 B. E. Smith, Inc. 8801 Renner Avenue Lenexa, Kansas 66219 Phone: 855-296-6318 http://www.besmith.com/ talent@besmith.com B. E. Smith has provided healthcare executive search solutions to healthcare organizations for more than 35 years. B. E. Smith is proud to play a positive and pivotal role in the delivery of healthcare services and is focused on improving the lives of patients and all those involved in the delivery of patient care. B. E. Smith has recently placed more than 900 leaders into healthcare organizations.

318 Bard Access Systems 605 North 5600 West Salt Lake City, Utah 84116 Phone: 801-522-5000 www.bardaccess.com slc.cs@crbard.com PowerGlide* Midline Catheters, Site-Rite* Prevue* Ultrasound Systems, GuardIVa* Antimicrobial Hemostatic Dressings, StatLock* Stabilization Devices, PowerPICCs

219 Barnes-Jewish Hospital 4353 Clayton Avenue, Suite 150 St. Louis, Missouri 63110 Phone: 314-362-0062 www.barnesjewish.org rxw7374@bjc.org

815 Baylor Healthcare System 2001 Bryan Street, Suite 600 Dallas, Texas 75201 Phone: 214-820-6964 www.baylorhealth.com/careers tracyfl@baylorhealth.edu Nationally recognized as a leader in healthcare, Baylor Healthcare System, located in Dallas/ Fort Worth, offers limitless career opportunities. Our 15 hospitals and over 100 clinics allow mobility between environments and specialties. Wherever you want your career and life to take you, we’ll help you get there.

559 BD 1 Becton Drive, MC201 Franklin Lakes, New Jersey 07417 Phone: 201-847-6800 Fax: 201-847-5252 www.bd.com customer_support@bd.com BD, a leading global medical technology company, brings to ENA our portfolio of peripheral IV catheters including BD Nexiva™ Diffusics™ Closed IV Catheter System and BD Insyte™ Autoguard™ BC Shielded IV Catheter, as well as our trusted diagnostic technologies like BD Vacutainer® Push Button Blood Collection Set, BD Vacutainer® LuerLok™ Access Device and BD Vacutainer® Urine Collection System.

664 Beekley Medical One Prestige Lane Bristol, Connecticut 06010 Phone: 800-233-5539 Fax: 800-233-1234 www.beekley.com info@beekley.com Beekley Medical specializes in simple innovative medical products that help imaging, surgical, and radiation therapy professionals save time, improve accuracy, enhance communication and provide a better patient experience. Visit Beekley Medical at booth 664 to learn more about Breeza®, flavored beverage for improved palatability of oral iodinated contrast.

The Emergency Department at Barnes-Jewish Hospital is a 52,000-square-foot facility with a total of 70 beds, divided into five patient care pods, where specialized care is provided. Each pod is complete with its own nursing station, improving communication between caregivers, physicians and family members.

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Exhibitor Listing and Product Description 650 Belmont Instrument Corporation 780 Boston Road Billerica, Massachusetts 01821

731 Blue Jay Consulting, LLC ENA Strategic Supporter 200 South Orange Avenue, Suite 2160 Orlando, Florida 32801 Phone: 407-210-6570 Fax: 407-826-1745 www.bluejayconsulting.com jim.hoelz@bluejayconsulting.com Blue Jay Consulting, LLC is a team of nationally recognized emergency department leaders who improve processes, provide enhanced interim leadership or develop a combination of the two. We implement solutions with quantifiable results and tackle each project with a hands-on, in-the-trenches approach. We’re dedicated to the quality of emergency care.

655 Board of Certification for Emergency Nursing 55 Shuman Boulevard, Suite 300 Naperville, Illinois 60563 Phone: 877-302-BCEN Fax: 630-596-8250 www.BCENcertifications.org BCEN@bcencertifications.org BCEN is the organization responsible for certifying more than 33,000 emergency, flight and critical care ground transport nurses worldwide. Since January 2009, BCEN (in partnership with PNCB) offers the Certified Pediatric Emergency Nurse (CPEN®) certification. Stop by the booth to obtain information regarding the Certified Emergency Nurse (CEN®), Certified Flight Registered Nurse (CFRN®), Certified Transport Registered Nurse (CTRN®) and the Certified Pediatric Nurse (CPEN®) certifications.

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843 Brandman University 16355 Laguna Canyon Road Irvine, California 92618 Phone: 866-685-8795 www.brandman.edu/nursing nursingcoaches@brandman.edu

C 633 Calmoseptine, Inc.

Brandman University offers RN to BSN, BSN to DNP and Post Master’s to DNP programs in Adult-Geriatric Acute Care and Pediatric Acute Care through a blended format of periodic immersion sessions at the Irvine, CA campus and clinical practice in the area where you live with online lectures, demonstrations, exercises, and social-networking

520 BSN Medical, Inc. 5825 Carnegie Boulevard Charlotte, North Carolina 28209 Phone: 704-554-9933 Fax: 704-551-7189 www.bsnmedical.com tom.darcey@bsnmedical.com

16602 Burke Lane Huntington Beach, California 92647 Phone: 714-840-3405 Fax: 714-840-9810 www.calmoseptine.com info@calmoseptine.com Calmoseptine Ointment protects and helps heal skin irritations from moisture such as urinary and fecal incontinence. It is also effective for irritations from perspiration, wound drainage, fecal & vaginal fistulas and feeding tube site leakage. Calmoseptine temporarily relieves discomfort and itching. Free samples at our booth!

930 Cape Fear Valley Health

BSN Medical, world leading cost effective products include Splash Medical-SplashCap™, EyeCap™, AbscessCap™, ORTHO-GLASS® and ORTHO-GLASS® Comfort Splinting, Coverlet® fabric dressings, Cutimed® Sorbact® bacteria binding dressings and more. Ask us how you can Splash, Dress, Splint and Sling with BSN Medical while lowering costs, improving outcomes and maximizing revenue. Hands-on Training.

1638 Owen Drive Fayetteville, North Carolina 28304 Phone: 910-615-7913 Fax: 910-615-7907 www.capefearvalley.com snunnery@capefearvalley.com Cape Fear Valley is always searching for experienced ED nurses to staff our very busy department. Relocation incentive available with 2+ years relevant experience.

337 BTG International Inc.

553 Center for Domestic Preparedness

Five Tower Bridge, Suite 800 300 Barr Harbor Drive West Conshohocken, Pennsylvania 19428 Phone: 610-943-3515 www.btgplc.com bernadette.redican@btgplc.com

PO Box 5114 Anniston, Alabama 36205 Phone: 866-213-9553 Fax: 256-847-2222 http://cdp.dhs.gov studentservices@cdpemail.dhs.gov

BTG is a specialist healthcare company targeting critical care, cancer and other disorders. Specialty pharmaceuticals approved for use in the US include CroFab® Crotalidae Polyvalent Immune Fab (Ovine), DigiFab® Digoxin Immune Fab (Ovine), and Voraxaze® (glucarpidase). Company and product website addresses: www.btgplc.com, www.crofab.com, www.digifab.us, www.voraxaze.com

The CDP develops and delivers training for emergency response providers from state, local, and tribal governments and, when appropriate, the federal government, foreign governments, and private entities.

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BSN medical delivers cost effective solutions to you SplashCapTM EyeCapTM AbscessCapTM Cutimed® Sorbact® Dressings

Actimove® Sling on a Roll

Cutimed® Gel Dressings Leukomed® Dressings Coverlet®

Actimove® Orthopedic Soft Goods FLA® Orthopedic Soft Goods

ORTHO-GLASS® ORTHO-GLASS® Comfort SafetySplint™ OCL® Splint Roll padded roll & pre-cut splints

Quality Products. Hands-On Training. 800-552-1157 • www.bsnmedical.com 61498 RN

© 2013 BSN medical Inc.

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856 Centurion Medical Products 100 Centurion Way Williamston, Michigan 48895 Phone: 800-248-4058 Fax: 517-546-9388 www.centurionmp.com contactus@centurionmp.com Centurion develops unique products and custom procedure trays with critical input from end users. Including SorbaView® SHIELD catheter securement system, Suture Trays, IV Securement Kits, Eco-Eme Bag™ and SnagFree® Instruments. Featuring the CVC Zone Bundle – a central line bundle with everything necessary — in your desired sequence — to help prevent CLABSIs and improve outcomes.

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330 CEP America 2100 Powell Street, Suite 900 Emeryville, California 94608 Phone: 510-350-2600 www.cep.com info@cep.com Founded in 1975, CEP America today is one of the largest providers of acute care management and staffing solutions in the nation, with more than 1,800 providers at over 100 practice locations, serving more than 4 million patients annually.

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209 Chamberlain College of Nursing 11830 Westline Industrial Drive St. Louis, Missouri 63146 Phone: 855 308-4846 www.chamberlain.edu//enaorg Chamberlain’s innovative, flexible online degree options allow registered nurses to advance their degree in a program that fits their lifestyle. Current online programs include the RN to BSN option, MSN and DNP degree programs, and Graduate Certificates.

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Exhibitor Listing and Product Description 428 Christie Medical Holdings, Inc. 1256 Union Avenue Memphis, Tennessee 38104 Phone: 901 252-3700 www.veinviewer.com info@veinviewer.com Christie Medical Holdings, Inc. is revolutionizing standards of patient care with light-based technology. VeinViewer products use harmless, near-infrared light to detect subcutaneous blood and create an HD image of a patient’s superficial vein pattern. VeinViewer is the only vascular imaging system to offer: HD imaging, Df² (Digital full field) technology and Assure 5-year worry-free operation.

752 Christopher and Dana Reeve Foundation 636 Morris Turnpike, Suite 3A Short Hills, New Jersey 07078

450 Cincinnati Sub-Zero 12011 Mosteller Road Cincinnati, Ohio 45241 Phone: 513-772-8810 Fax: 513-772-9119 www.cszmedical.com cszinc@cszinc.com Cincinnati Sub-Zero has been delivering patient temperature management systems to healthcare professionals since 1963; we design with the patient in mind. Our complete line of products include therapeutic heating and cooling therapy units along with a complete line of warming and cooling blankets for body temperature regulation and hyper-hypothermia treatment.

625 Clogs by C&C Sweden/ FunqWear Support Socks 1000 Stinson Way, Suite 103 West Palm Beach, Florida 33411 Phone: 800-474-0061 Fax: 561-795-9978 www.TheScandinavianCompany.com info@thescandico.com Handcrafted Swedish Clogs by C&C SWEDEN, and FUNQ Wear Swedish Support Socks Great Professional Discounts Offered!

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631 CommuniCare Technology

624 Dignity Health

2717 FM 2751 Longview, Texas 75605

185 Berry Street, Suite 300 San Francisco, California 94107

463 Covidien

828 Discharge 1-2-3 Callibra, Inc.

15 Hampshire Street, Mansfield, Massachusetts 02048 Phone: 508-261-8000 www.covidien.com customersupport@covidien.com Covidien is a leading global healthcare products company that creates innovative medical solutions for better patient outcomes and delivers value through clinical leadership and excellence. Covidien manufactures, distributes and services a diverse range of industry-leading product lines Please visit www.covidien.com to learn more about our business.

550 Cross Country TravCorps 6551 Park of Commerce Boulevard Boca Raton, Florida 33487 Phone: 800-530-6125 Fax: 561-998-8533 http://www.crosscountrytravcorps.com moreinfo@cctc.com Cross Country TravCorps is a leading provider of travel nurses to the nation’s most prestigious hospitals. We place RNs in every specialty area and have opportunities in all 50 states and the U.S. Virgin Islands. Plus, we offer the most comprehensive compensation package in the industry.

D 757 Dale Medical Products, Inc. 7 Cross Street Plainville, Massachusetts 02762 Phone: 508-695-9616 www.dalemed.net a.belanger@dalemed.net

150 North Martingale Road, Suite 838 Schaumburg, Illinois 60173 Phone: 847-605-2125 www.discharge123.com info@discharge123.com Discharge 1-2-3™-- Callibra, Inc. creates exceptionally powerful yet easy to use technologies and superior document libraries for your current EMR or as a standalone solution. Available for Emergency, Inpatient, and Ambulatory venues, they provide an uncompromising clinical user experience and the highest quality, patient-specific documents and patient education.

849 DJO Global 1430 Decision Street Vista, California 92081 Phone: 760-727-1280 Fax: 800-936-6569 www.DJOglobal.com DJO Global is a leading global medical device company providing solutions for musculoskeletal and vascular health, and pain management. The Company’s products help patients prevent injuries or rehabilitate after surgery, injury or degenerative disease. DJO’s brands include Aircast®, DonJoy®, ProCare®, CMF™, Empi®, Saunders®, Chattanooga Group™, DJO Surgical, Cefar®-Compex® and Ormed®., Dr. Comfort.

E 347 Eastern Maine Medical Center

Dale® Medical Products manufactures latexfree products designed to save nursing time and reduce skin irritation, while leading to comfortable, trouble-free recovery. WE will demonstrate the The Adhesive Patch Foley Catheter Holder,The Dale® Stabilock Endotracheal Tube Holder, The Dale® RightSpotpH® Gastric pH Indicator is designed for delivering accurate measurement of pH levels of gastric fluid.

489 State Street Bangor, Maine 04401

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Exhibitor Listing and Product Description 317 Elsevier - Mosby’s Suite ExitCare, CPMRC

529 ENA Foundation Jewelry Auction

413 Evolution Medical Products, Inc.

245 Peachtree Center Avenue, NE Marquis One Tower, Suite 1900 Atlanta, Georgia 30303 Phone: 866-430-7062 Fax: 404-799-4001 www.clinicaldecisionsupport.com onlinelearning@elsevier.com

915 Lee Street Des Plaines, Illinois 60016 Phone: 847-460-4100 Fax: 847-460-4005 www.enafoundation.org ENA.Foundation@ena.org

74 Eastwood Drive Deerfield, Illinois 60015 Phone: 847-945-5392 Fax: 847-940-0401 www.cordcaddy.com sales@evolutionmedical.com

Shop the ENA Foundation Jewelry Auction located in the Exhibit Hall at booth 529. Bid on specialty jewelry items for men and women donated by ENA members, State Councils, Chapters, exhibitors and individuals. Proceeds support the ENA Foundation mission to provide educational scholarships and research grants in the discipline of emergency nursing. Bidding ends Saturday promptly at Noon.

Cord Caddy monitor cord organizer organizes/ manages cords, enhances patient care by providing faster lead application. Cords stored individually eliminating inefficient untangling. Immediate identification/retrieval of specific cords effortlessly result, saving valuable nursing time and reducing breakage. Infection control and room appearance improvements as well.

Elsevier offers evidence-based tools, staff development resources and patient education solutions that can manage performance, improve workflow and coordination of care, reduce patient care errors, and increase satisfaction to boost staff retention rates.

473 Emory Healthcare 1817 Clifton Road Atlanta, Georgia 30329 Phone: 404-712-4814 www.emoryhealthcare.org/careers Rosalind.Ollison@emoryhealthcare.org The team at Emory Healthcare, the only academic healthcare system in Atlanta, accelerates medical discoveries and breakthroughs every day. If you want more than just a job, but to change the world for the better, then your new career home is waiting for you at Emory Healthcare. For more information, visit us online at www.emoryhealthcare.org/ careers. EOE/AA

331 Emory Univ Nell Hodgson Woodruff School of Nsg 1520 Clifton Road NE Atlanta, Georgia 30322 Phone: 404-727-7980 Fax: 404-727-8509 www.nursing.emory.edu son-admit@listserv.cc.emory.edu The Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) prepares advanced practice nurses for a variety of specializations in a number of clinical settings. Graduates are qualified to seek certification as nurse practitioners and can study full or part time. Post masters options are available as well.

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356 Erlanger Health System 975 East Third Street Chattanooga, Tennessee 37403 Phone: 423-778-7000 www.erlanger.org janet.suvan@erlanger.org The Erlanger Health System, based in Chattanooga, Tennessee, has five campuses and two community health centers, including the region’s only Level 1 Trauma Center, providing the highest level of trauma care for both adults and children. Erlanger has five Emergency Centers and four LIFE FORCE air ambulances, based in Tennessee and Georgia.

822 Ethicon, Inc. c/o: Gallo 4922 East 49th Street Cuyahoga, Ohio44125 Phone: 877-ETHICON www.ethicon360.com Ethicon, Inc. and Ethicon Endo-Surgery, Inc., two companies with long histories of medical innovation, do business under the Ethicon brand. Their surgical technologies and products (including sutures, staplers, energy devices, clip appliers, trocars and meshes) are used around the world to treat colorectal and thoracic conditions, women’s health conditions, hernias, cancer and obesity.

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811 Excelsior College 7 Columbia Circle Albany, New York 12203 Phone: 888-647-2388 Fax: 518-464-8777 www.excelsior.edu admissions@excelsior.edu Excelsior College offers ACEN-accredited associate, bachelor’s, and master’s level programs for adults who want to advance their careers as healthcare professionals. Flexible online courses and credit by exam options allow these students to earn a degree while they earn a living. The Excelsior College School of Nursing is a designated NLN Center of Excellence in Nursing Education (2011 to 2016).

446 Exergen Corporation 400 Pleasant Street Watertown, Massachusetts 02472 Phone: 617-923-9900 Fax: 617-923-9911 www.Exergen.com medical@exergen.com The Exergen Temporal Thermometer provides your patients: ¡¡ patient friendly true body temperature core temps! Patients love the thermometer. ¡¡ cost savings of 90% over other thermometry methods. ¡¡ Lifetime Warranty - unique to thermometry ¡¡ chemical resistant materials stand up to harsh disinfectants. ¡¡ educational videos for inservicing and over 50 published studies supporting accuracy!”

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Exhibitor Listing and Product Description 670 ExperiencedRN.com 110 Rockview Street Boston, Massachusetts 02130 Phone: 617-477-9843 www.experiencedrn.com matt@hiremagnet.com We created experiencedRN in respoonse to the growing demand for a specialized resource to connect healthcare employers nationwide with experienced nurses looking to explore new career opportunities. We are not a staffing company but rather provide resources that enable our employer clients to reach this coveted talent pool effectively and cost efficiently. With our services, you can hire as many candidates as possible for one flat rate, while branding your organization nationwide.

932 Extension, Inc. 7030 Pointe Inverness Way, Suite 230 Fort Wayne, Indiana 46804 Phone: 877-207-3753 Fax: 260-797-0219 www.OpenTheRedBox.com Info@OpenTheRedBox.com EXTENSION provides award-winning healthcare software solutions that facilitate instant communication between patients and clinicians. Our solutions enhance a broad array of communication devices used as clinical workflow tools by aggregating data from various HIS/IT systems and delivering context-aware, time-critical alerts and notifications to those devices. ®

F 555 A Fashion Hayvin, Inc. 7820B Worman’s Mill Road, Suite 305 Frederick, Maryland 21701

573 First Choice Emergency Room 2624 Long Prairie Road Flower Mound, Texas 75022 Phone: 972-899-6743 Fax: 972-899-6999 www.fcer.com nancy.highduke@fcer.com First Choice Emergency Room™, the nation’s leading freestanding emergency room system, is revolutionizing the delivery of emergency medical services for adult and pediatric emergencies. FCER was named one of the 2013 Best Companies to Work for in Texas and according to Press Ganey provides the highest quality emergency medical care.

845 Florida Hospital 601 E. Rollins Street Orlando, Florida 32803 Phone: 877-FLA-HIRE www.FloridaHospitalCareers.com Kristine.Diamonti@flhosp.org With 8 campuses and a total of 2,322 beds, Florida Hospital is the largest hospital system in Central Florida. Our employees enjoy more than high-tech equipment, breakthrough medical programs, and visionary leadership. Our serene, patient-centered environment offers a balanced, spiritual setting – one consistent with our mission.

556 Florida Hospital Deland 701 West Plymouth Avenue Tampa, Florida 32720

400 - 13450 102 Avenue Surrey, British Columbia, Canada V3T 0H1 Phone: 866-837-7099 Fax: 604-953-5135 careers.fraserhealth.ca recruitment@fraserhealth.ca Fraser Health serves 1.6 million people in 20 diverse communities from urban to rural in Metro Vancouver area. With a billion dollars of hospital infrastructure projects planned, there are unprecedented opportunities for Nursing and Health Science professionals with the opening of the Surrey Memorial Hospital Critical Care Tower in 2014.

508 FreemanWhite, Inc. ENA Strategic Supporter 8845 Red Oak Boulevard Charlotte, North Carolina 28217 Phone: 704-523-2230 Fax: 704-523-2235 www.freemanwhite.com contact@freemanwhite.com With experience on 250+ EDs, FreemanWhite’s ED planning and design expertise is unmatched. We partner with ED clinicians to create efficient, safe, beautiful facilities supported by Lean operations. Our process mapping, computer simulation, scenario planning, budgeting, and decision dashboard tools are unique to the industry and help clients prioritize investments.

722 Fukuda Denshi 17725-C NE 65th Street Redmond, Washington 98052 Phone: 425-881-7737 Fax: 425-869-2018 www.fukuda.com doconnor@fukuda.com

768 Florida Hospital Zephyrhills 7050 Gall Boulevard Zephyrhills, Florida 33541 Phone: 813-779-6323 Fax: 813-715-6617 www.fhzeph.org FHZRecruiter@ahss.org Florida Hospital Zephyrhills is a 139-bed regional medical center located near Tampa, only a short drive to the Orlando attractions and the Gulf of Mexico. It is a member of the Florida Hospital network of Adventist Health System, the largest healthcare provider in the state of Florida. We are currently searching for experienced ER Nurses.

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912 Fraser Health

DYNASCOPE by Fukuda Denshi represents the latest in patient monitoring technology. Our user programmable touch screens, expandable modularity and new advanced clinical tools propel Dynascope as the market leader in patient monitoring. Our standard support package includes a 5 year warranty, plus free software upgrades, clinical and bio-med training for the life of the equipment.

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freemanWhite integrated operations & design improving hoW you Work and Where you Work

FreemanWhite is proud to be an ENA Strategic Supporter. We have partnered with ED clinicians to improve operational efficiency and deliver patient-focused designs for more than 280 emergency departments across the country and around the world. For more information, please visit us at Booth #508.

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G 554 Gaumard Scientific Company, Inc. 14700 SW 136th Street Miami, Florida 33196 Phone: 800-882-6655 Fax: 305-667-6085 www.gaumard.com sales@gaumard.com Gaumard provides innovative simulators for emergency care, nursing, OB/GYN, and surgery worldwide as part of our global commitment to healthcare education. In 2004, Gaumard introduced the first of its growing family of “tetherless” simulators, which now includes three HALs, NOELLE®, Susie®, two Pediatrics, and two Newborn simulators. All are controlled from a wireless tablet PC.

718 Gebauer Company Annual Conference Sponsor 4444 East 153rd Street Cleveland, Ohio 44128 Phone: 216-581-3030 Fax: 216-581-4970 www.gebauerspainease.com information@gebauer.com Gebauer Company provides Patient Comfort SolutionsTM. Gebauer’s Pain Ease® topical anesthetic skin refrigerant works in seconds to temporarily reduce the pain associated with needle and minor surgical procedures, including IV starts, and incision and drainage of small abscesses. Rx Only.

407 Genentech, Inc. 1 DNA Way, M-S 282 South San Francisco, California 94080 Phone: 650-225-1000 Fax: 650-225-6000 www.gene.com Considered the founder of the biotechnology industry, Genentech has been delivering on the promise of biotechnology for more than 30 years, using human genetic information to discover, develop, manufacture and commercialize medicines for patients with serious or life-threatening medical conditions.

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673 HCA Far West Division 2360 Corporate Circle, Suite 225 Henderson, Nevada 89074 Phone: 702-938-9654 www.careersathca.com alison.bennett@hcahealthcare.com

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226 The Gideons International

Free White New Testaments with Psalms and Proverbs.

At its founding in 1968, Nashville-based HCA was one of the nation’s first hospital companies. Today, we are the nation’s leading provider of healthcare services, a company comprised of locally managed facilities that includes about 162 hospitals and 113 freestanding surgery centers in 20 states and England and employing approximately 199,000 people. Approximately four to five percent of all inpatient care delivered in the country today is provided by HCA facilities.

308 Grand Canyon University

207 Healthcare Logistics

P.O. Box 140800 Nashville, Tennessee 37214 Phone: 615-564-5000 Fax: 615-564-6000 www.gideons.org dweeks@gideons.org

3300 West Camelback Road Phoenix, Arizona 85017 Phone: 414-803-0202 Fax: 877-321-3903 http://www.gcu.edu/ kim.wankowski@gcu.edu

P.O. Box 25 Circleville, Ohio 43113 Phone: 800-848-1633 Fax: 800-447-2923 www.gohcl.com hcl@gohcl.com

Grand Canyon University’s College of Nursing and Healthcare Professions has been providing outstanding healthcare education for over 25 years. Degree programs are based on the demand for highly qualified healthcare professionals. Classes are conveniently offered both online as well as at our Phoenix campus.

H 855 HAE: Learn About It, Talk About It 114 Fifth Avenue, 10th Floor New York, New York 10011 Phone: 646-664-4720 letstalkhae.com amedina@wcgworld.com HAE: Learn About It, Talk About It is a peerto-peer clinician education program aimed at uniting various specialties that could see patients with hereditary angioedema (HAE) to help advance care for patients.

HCL offers more than 8,000 unique and hardto-find products for the healthcare industry. We offer small package quantities, free samples and ship most orders the same day. Our hassle-free return policy allows customers to return any product, at any time, for any reason. Great Customer Service is one of our many specialties!

906 Health Match BC 200 - 1333 West Broadway Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada V6H 4C6 Phone: 604-736-5920 Fax: 604-736-5963 healthmatchbc.org welcome@healthmatchbc.org Health Match BC is a free health professional recruitment service funded by the Government of British Columbia, Canada.

829 Harris Health System 5656 Kelly Street, UT Annex, Suite 271 – HR Houston, Texas 77026

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Exhibitor Listing and Product Description 707 Hill-Rom

667 Howard Medical

ENA Strategic Sponsor 1069 State Route 46 East Batesville, Indiana 47006 Phone: 800-445-3730 Fax: 812-934-8894 www.hill-rom.com teri.nobbe@hill-rom.com

36 Howard Drive Ellisville, Mississippi 39437 Phone: 877-856-6441 www.howard-medical.com info@howard-medical.com

Hill-Rom is a leading manufacturer and provider of medical technologies and service for the healthcare industry, including patient support systems, non-invasive therapeutic products, medical equipment rentals and information technology solutions.

221 Houston Methodist 8100 Greenbrier, Suite GB 160 Houston, Texas 77054 Phone: 713-790-333 www.methodisthealthcareers.com alovitz@buyerads.com The Methodist Hospital System, located in Greater Houston, Texas, is currently ranked in U.S. News & World Report’s “America’s Best Hospitals” list. For the eighth straight year we have been named to FORTUNE’s list of “100 Best Companies to Work For” and have been ranked the #1 healthcare organization in Texas … again!

Howard Medical is your total Point-of-Care solutions provider—from carts and cabinets to the technology and accessories that make it easier for you to do your job safely and more efficiently. It’s simple—you want to provide the best possible healthcare for your patients, and we want to help.

658 HRN Services Inc 520 North Brand Boulevard, Suite 200 Glendale, California 91203 Phone: 888-476-9333 Fax: 323-951-1456 www.hrnservices.com careers@hrnservices.com HRN Services Inc. offers Coast-to-Coast travel, with tailored staffing models and provides competent healthcare professionals to compliment a full range of patient care services for service excellence. HRN has earned the Healthcare Staffing Services Certification by the Joint Commission.

838 HoverTech International

421 Humane Restraint Co., Inc.

513 South Clewell Street Bethlehem, Pennsylvania 18015 Phone: 800-471-2776 Fax: 610-694-9601 www.HoverMatt.com info@hovermatt.com

912 Bethel Circle Waunakee, Wisconsin 53597 Phone: 608-849-6313 Fax: 608-849-6315 www.humanerestraint.com schultz1@chorus.net

HoverTech International specializes in patient transfer & lift devices that reduce caregiver injury while maintaining patient comfort and safety. At the forefront of our product line are the HoverMatt® and Single-Patient Use HoverMatt® Air Transfer Systems for lateral patient transfers and repositioning.

Humane Restraint has been manufacturing a variety of ambulatory, stationary and transport restraint devices for more than 137 years. Protective helmets, no-shank products, Humane Safety Smocks and Blankets are additional products for your secure environment. Hundreds of facilities have found our products to be valuable safety assets.

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I 911 Indiana State ENA Council www.indianaena.org

745 InHealth Technologies 1110 Mark Avenue Carpinteria, California 93013 Phone: 805-684-9337 Fax: 805-684-8594 www.inhealth.com orders@inhealth.com InHealth Technologies is a leader in manufacturing specialized medical devices. The Katz Extractor Oto-Rhino Remover is small, lightweight, single-use device for quick and easy extraction of foreign bodies from the nose or external ear canal. It comes in a convenient, ready-to-use five-pack box. There are no expensive supplies to hunt and assemble, and no additional suction equipment is required.

329 Innocorp, Ltd. 500 S Nine Mound Road Verona, Wisconsin 53593 Phone: 800-272-5023 Fax: 608-848-5558 www.fatalvision.com info@fatalvision.com Innocorp, Ltd, maker of the Fatal Vision® Impairment Simulation Goggles, SIDNE® (Simulated Impaired Driving Experience) and other hands-on awareness and prevention tools. Innocorp tools help you deliver engaging and memorable programs and campaigns aimed to stop impaired driving, underage and binge drinking and the injuries and fatalities that result.

456 Innovative Trauma Care – ITC 3463 Magic Drive, Suite 120 San Antonio, Texas 78229

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Exhibitor Listing and Product Description 661 Inovonics 397 South Taylor Avenue Louisville, Colorado 80027 Phone: 800-782-2709 www.inovonics.com sales@inovonics.com Inovonics is the industry leader in highperformance wireless sensor networks for commercial and life safety applications. Founded in 1986, the company pioneered and patented the use of 900 MHz wireless technology to deliver the most reliable, costeffective and flexible solutions for critical wireless applications. A leader in security and senior care markets, and the standard for multifamily submetering solutions, the Inovonics family of transmitters, receivers and control modules provides the wireless backbone for many of the world’s most widely used wireless systems. Visit www.inovonics.com for more information or call 800-782-2709.

651 InSight Telepsychiatry, LLC 765 East Route 70, Building A-100 Marlton, New Jersey 08053 Phone: 856-797-4772 Fax: 856-797-4822 www.in-sight.net gboyce@cfgpc.com InSight Telepsychiatry, LLC is a national telepsychiatry service company with a mission to increase access to behavioral healthcare. InSight specializes in crisis telepsychiatry and can provide on-demand psychiatric evaluations and care within an hour of a request. InSight also provides routine telepsychiatry services to a wide range of settings.

728 International Association of Forensic Nurses 6755 Business ParkwaySuite 303 Elkridge, Maryland 21075 Phone: 410-626-7805 Fax: 410-626-7804 www.forensicnurse.org, www.safeta.org kimday@iafn.org IAFN is an international membership organization comprised of forensic nurses working around the world and other professionals who support and compliment the work of forensic nursing. The SAFEta project provides technical assistance and guidance for clinicians who are caring for patients who have experienced sexual violence.

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336 Kadlec Regional Medical Center

12124 High Tech Avenue, Suite 300 Orlando, Florida 32817 Phone: 888-300-5132 Fax: 888-300-5136 www.jacksonnursing.com feedback@jacksonnursing.com

888 Swift Boulevard Richland, Washington 99352 Phone: 509-942-2040 Fax: 509-942-2731 www.kadlec.org jobs@kadlec.org

Certified by the Joint Commission, Jackson Nurse Professionals is a proud member of Jackson Healthcare, the third largest healthcare staffing firm in the U.S. Jackson Nurse Professionals specializes in the placement of registered nurses in healthcare settings nationwide on a travel/contract, temporary-topermanent and permanent placement basis.

It’s a great time to join our Planetree Designated, 270-bed hospital located in the heart of Washington State Wine Country. An inaugural recipient of ENA’s Lantern Award, our ED consists of 39 beds and sees over 60,000 patients annually. And we’ve expanded! Our brand new, Free Standing ED opened June 2013.

324 The Johns Hopkins Hospital 600 North Wolfe Street Administration # 204 Baltimore, Maryland 21287 Phone: 410-502-3161 http://www.hopkinsmedicine.org/nursing nursebook@jhmi.edu

352 JPS Health Network 1500 South Main Street Fort Worth, Texas 76104 Phone: 817-702-3836 www.jpshealthnet.org mlivings@jpshealth.org JPS Health Network continues to serve the needs of the families in Tarrant County. John Peter Smith Hospital is a teaching hospital that is licensed for 567 beds with a Level I Trauma Center and with this comes opportunity and challenge to put all your skills and education to work for your community. Modern Healthcare magazine has recognized as one of the top 100 integrated healthcare networks in the country. This recognition is based on performance in areas including outpatient utilization, service access, and variety of services, inpatient utilization, financial stability and coordination of key functions throughout the organization. The facilities at 1500 South Main have grown to and now include a freestanding outpatient care center and a dedicated facility for psychiatric services. We are looking for individuals with a passion to translating their knowledge and training into practice by joining in our patient care mission to improve the quality of life for our patients.

333 KARL STORZ Endoscopy America, Inc. 2151 East Grand Avenue El Segundo, California 90245 Phone: 800-421-0837 www.karlstorz.com info@ksea.com KARL STORZ offers solutions for airway management, including emergency and unexpectedly difficult intubations. Using standard MACINTOSH and Miller blades in neonate through adult sizes, portable C-MAC® Video Laryngoscopes have virtually no learning curve. The C-MAC® Pocket Monitor combines direct laryngoscopy with video laryngoscopy its small LCD monitor on the handle.

756 King University 1350 King College Road Bristol, Tennessee 37620 Phone: 888-391-8252 online.king.edu The RN to BSN online degree program at King University is comprised of 32 credit hours of core nursing courses and may be completed in as little as 16 months. With a total of 124 credit hours, the online degree is designed as a transformational learning experience leading to personal and professional skill development to meet the needs of registered nurses previously prepared at the ADN or diploma.

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924 Lasting Impressions Jewelers

455 Maniilaq Association

1532 Plantation Drive Sandersville, Georgia 31082 Phone: 478-232-7903 lastingimpressionsjewelers.com lastimp@hotmail.com Sterling Silver, 14kt gold, gemstone and pearl jewelry. No costume jewelry! Many one-of-akind and designer pieces available. Accept Mastercard, Visa, American Express and Discover!

723 Lifespan Healthcare, LLC 270 Scientific Drive, Suite 14 Norcross, Georgia 30092 Phone: 678-578-7836 www.lifespanhealthcare.com jolson@lifespanhealthcare.com

457 Linde Therapeutic Solutions 6600 Peachtree Dunwoody Road, Embassy Row 400, Suite 300 Atlanta, Georgia 30328

807 Lippincott Williams & Wilkins-Wolters Kluwer 2001 Market Street, Two Commerce Square Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19103 Phone: 215-521-8300 http://www.lww.com customerservice@lww.com Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, a Wolters Kluwer Health company is a leading international publisher of medical books, journals, and electronic media. We proudly offer specialized publications and software for physicians, nurses, students and clinicians. Please visit our booth to browse our comprehensive product line.

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P.O. Box 256 Kotzebue, Alaska 99752

512 Mason Tayler Medical 1083 Delaware Avenue Buffalo, New York 14209 Phone: 716-883-8097 Fax: 716-883-8099 masontayler.com masontayler@att.net Mason Tayler Medical® sells the Veinlite® Transilluminator for locating hard to access veins. Our own product line includes Infu-Stat® Pressure Infuser Bags and Evacu-Stat™ Gastric Lavage Kits and Tubes.

565 Maxim Staffing Solutions 7227 Lee Deforest Drive Columbia, Maryland 21046 Phone: 410-910-1500 www.maximstaffing.com staffingteam@maxhealth.com Maxim Staffing Solutions is a nationwide leader in medical and administrative staffing; providing contract, temp-to-perm, per diem, and direct hire personnel to nearly every segment of the healthcare market. With more than 80 office locations throughout the United States, MSS provides qualified nursing, allied health, and administrative professionals for medical facilities nationwide.

328 Med-Ed, Inc. 1911 Charlotte Drive Charlotte, North Carolina 28203 Phone: 800-763-3332 Fax: 704-333-5020 www.MedEdSeminars.net customercare@mededseminars.net

619 MEDHOST, Inc.

6100 West Plano Parkway, Suite 3100 Plano, Texas 75093 Phone: 972-560-3100 Fax: 972-560-3939 www.medhost.com info@MEDHOST.com MEDHOST is the leader in providing an Emergency Department Information System (EDIS) that is revolutionizing emergency medicine and improving the lives of more than 6 million individuals each year. MEDHOST’s easy-to-use EDIS makes the hospital a more efficient environment by reducing medical errors, increasing patient throughput, and producing higher patient satisfaction scores. www.MEDHOST.com

222 MedicAlert Foundation 2323 Colorado Avenue Turlock, California 95382 Phone: 800-432-5378 Fax: 209-669-2495 www.medicalert.org customer_service@medicalert.org MedicAlert Foundation® is a nonprofit organization that provides personal identification and medical information in an emergency. MedicAlert® members receive a unique patient identifier that is linked to a personal health record known as an EMIR® (Emergency Medical Information Record) and live 24/7 emergency response service. In addition to the EMIR, MedicAlert medical IDs alert emergency personnel to a member’s health conditions, medications or implanted medical devices and provide family notification, so that members can be reunited with loved ones. MedicAlert Foundation offers a variety of memberships, ranging from general identification needs, to a premiere membership that provides an extensive medical history and health record. For membership information and a selection of MedicAlert ID’s, please visit www. medicalert.org.

MED-ED believes cutting-edge continuing education is the cornerstone of professionalism for registered nurses. Through quality continuing education and excellent customer service, MED-ED commits to exceeding the standards demanded by nurses. As an ANCC Accredited Organization, MED-ED offers a variety of certification reviews and continuing education programs. Experience the Difference

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Exhibitor Listing and Product Description 832 Mediconnex 19 Spear Road, Suite 204 Ramsey, New Jersey 07446 Phone: 201-250-9073 www.mediconnex.com p.oliver@mediconnex.com The Mediconnex solution is a user friendly tool that will help improve the discharge process. Mediconnex will improve the transition of care by improving compliance with discharge instructions, enhancing the patient experience through engagement, and reducing the workload of reporting.

323 Mindray North America 800 MacArthur Boulevard Mahwah, New Jersey 07430 Phone: 800-288-2121 www.datascopemonitors.us

750 Molnlycke Healthcare 5550 Peachtree Parkway, Suite 500 Norcross, Georgia 30092 Phone: 678-250-7973 Fax: 678-250-7984 www.molnlycke.com

525 MorTan, Inc. The Morgan Lens 329 East Pine Street Missoula, Montana 59807 Phone: 800-423-8659 Fax: 406-728-9332 www.morganlens.com mortan@morganlens.com The Morgan Lens for emergency ocular irrigation. Eliminating lid spasms and pooling it provides thorough, comfortable irrigation and/ or medication to the eye using an irrigation solution of choice. In seconds the eye is receiving treatment while the patient rests comfortably or is transported, freeing personnel to treat other injuries.

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N 660 NES HealthCare Group

927 NORTH CAROLINA STATE ENA COUNCIL www.nc-ena.org

668 Northern Arizona Healthcare

750 Veterans Memorial Highway, Suite 200 Hauppauge, New York 11788 Phone: 800-394-6376 Fax: 631-265-8875 www.neshealthcaregroup.com mmaple@neshold.com NES Health will deliver the highest quality clinical and management expertise to serve patients, hospitals and staff through dynamic leadership, continual collaboration, fostering partnerships, inspiring teamwork and exercising sound financial stewardship.

919 New York State ENA Council www.nysena.org NYSENA delegates will be selling 9/11 pins to help support the endowment campaign for the New York ENA September 11 Scholarship. This scholarship provides undergraduate nursing scholarships for emergency responders.

831 Nihon Kohden America, Inc. 90 Icon Street Foothill Ranch, California 92610 Phone: 800-325-0283 Fax: 949-580-1550 WWW.NKUSA.COM sales@nkusa.com

1200 North Beaver Street Flagstaff, Arizona 86001 Phone: 928-639-6390 www.nahealth.com recruitment@nahealth.com One of the nicest things about living in Northern Arizona is you don’t have to travel to get excellent healthcare. Northern Arizona Healthcare provides high quality healthcare services to the residents and visitors to Northern and Central Arizona. Flagstaff Medical Center (FMC) is Northern Arizona’s only regional referral center, caring for more than 85,000 patients each year. Inpatient and outpatient medical needs are served by Verde Valley Medical Center (VVMC) located in Cottonwood. The 99-bed full-service hospital, founded in 1939, continues to anticipate the medical needs of its growing population by service development and expansion.

712 Novartis Pharmaceuticals Corporation 1 Health Plaza Fast Hanover, New Jersey 07936 Phone: 862-778-8300 www.novartis.com

Nihon Kohden will display their complete line of enterprise monitoring solutions, including a robust transport system and overflow monitoring solutions. We will highlight the clinical benefits of implementing a Defensive Monitoring strategy with our Prefense Early Detection and Notification system. Prefense is designed to safeguard your patients by providing early detection of changes to vital signs (HR, SpO2, respiration and NIBP).

560 Novo Nordisk Inc. 11968 South Golden Valley Drive Empire,Michigan 49630 Phone: 231-835-0080 www.novonordisk.com eiwa@nordisk.com Novo Nordisk manufactures and markets pharmaceutical products and services and was created in 1989 through a merger of two Danish companies dating back to the 1920s. It produces, in particular, diabetes care equipment and medications.

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Exhibitor Listing and Product Description 652 N-Pak

663 NuvoMed, Inc.

840 Norway Drive Annandale, Minnesota 55302 Phone: 877-627-2554 Fax: 320-274-2408 www.n-pak.com customerservice@n-pak.com

2300 E. Roy Street Seattle, Washington 98112 Phone: 866-418-3772 www.nuvomed.com sales@nuvomed.com

Nasopharyngeal Aspiration is the Gold Standard for Specimen Collection for Influenza and RSV and Pertussis. N-Pak Nasopharyngeal Aspiration kit features ease of care for the provider, less patient discomfort, highest sensitivities, and lower cost of care.

609 Nurse.com 1721 Moon Lake Boulevard, Suite 540 Hoffman Estates, Illinois 60169 Phone: 847-839-1700 Fax: 847-839-1711 www.Nurse.com info@GannettHG.com Nurse.com, published by Gannett Healthcare Group, is the leading magazine and website serving the Registered Nurses. These provide RNs with local and national healthcare news and job opportunities, plus access to hundreds of ANCC accredited continuing education modules. CE Direct also offers RNs free CE, provided by their employer.

739 Nurses Service Organization - NSO (Aon Affinity) Annual Conference Supporter 159 East County Line Road Hatboro, Pennsylvania 19040 Phone: 800-247-1500 Fax: 800-739-8818 www.nso.com service@nso.com For more than 35 years, Nurses Service Organization (NSO) has been protecting nursing professionals from medical malpractice lawsuits and state BON inquiries. Over 650,000 nurses safeguard their careers with Nurses’ professional liability insurance through NSO, making us the nation’s largest provider of medical malpractice coverage for nurses. www. nso.com

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The NuvoMed DisImpactor™ is a patented, disposable medical device used for the immediate relief of fecal impaction.

844 NYU Langone Medical Center 550 First Avenue New York, New York 10016 Phone: 212-263-5752 Fax: 212-263-8448 www.nyulmc.org letitia.caceres@nyumc.org

O 312 OBP Medical 360 Merrimack Street, Building 9 Lawrence, Massachusetts 01843 Phone: 888-300-2946 Fax: 866-636-2718 www.obpmedical.com info@obpmed.com OBP Medical, Inc. is a developer, manufacturer and supplier of innovative, self-contained single-use medical devices. Founded in 2006, OBP Medical’s mission is to enable simpler, safer, and more cost-effective procedures that lead to better patient outcomes.

909 Oklahoma State ENA Council www.ok-ena.org Donation for quilt, bed runner and eight Christmas placemats.

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P 460 Parallon Workforce Solutions 1000 Sawgrass Corporate Parkway 6th Floor Sunrise,Florida 33323

551 Parkland Health & Hospital System 5201 Harry Hines Boulevard Dallas, Texas 75235 Phone: 214-590-1085 Fax: 214-590-2767 http://www.parklandcareers.com/default. aspx Suhani.Desai@phhs.org Parkland was established 1894 to provide healthcare to the indigent of Dallas County. With over 950 beds Parkland is an acclaimed Level I Trauma Center, a Regional Burn Center and the primary teaching hospital for the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center.

917 Pennsylvania State ENA Council www.paena.org PA made Amish Quilt will be raffled. PA ENA pins will be available.

322 Perrigo Pharmaceuticals 515 Eastern Avenue Allegan, Michigan 49010 Phone: 269-673-1493 Fax: 269-673-1318 http://www.perrigo.com perrigorx@perrigo.com Perrigo offers the largest line of generic dermatological products in the United States. We’ve recently added Paddock Laboratories to our portfolio of safe, effective, and FDAapproved generic products.

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AGGRESSIVE BEHAVIOR...

...towards staff at work is dramatically on the increase, especially in our Hospitals. Verbal abuse, threats with weapons, cuts, punches, even serious injuries are becoming everyday occurences.

The impact on the confidence and morale of staff is damaging and costly and has a serious impact on the caring and commitment that lies at the heart of the staff/patient relationship.

Installing an INSTANTalarm®5000 Staff Personal Alarm System will make a dramatic difference

® INSTANTalarm does NOT • track you around the hospital • use radio-frequency • rely on unreliable wi-fi • have a computer controlling it INSTANTalarm,® however, DOES

• let you decide when you need help • pinpoint your location, to a room • work instantaneously • make you and your patients feel safer • reduce the frequency and impact of violent incidents

Which is why, over 20 years, INSTANTalarm® 5000 has been probably the most widely-installed, staff duress alarm system in the world.

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Exhibitor Listing and Product Description 819 PerSys Medical

307 Physio-Control, Inc.

5310 Elm Street Houston, Texas 77081 Phone: 888-737-7978 Fax: 713-723-6221 www.ps-med.com info@ps-med.com

Annual Conference Supporter 307 Physio-Control, Inc. 11811 Willows Road NE Redmond, Washington 98052 Phone: 800-442-1142 www.physio-control.com lynn.baker@physio-control.com

PerSys Medical is a global entity specializing in business development, marketing and sales of innovative medical technologies. Core markets include EMS, Hospital, Military, Search & Rescue and Law Enforcement/Tactical. Our products encompass Intraosseous Access, Resuscitation including Airway & Breathing Management, Wound & Hemorrhage Control, Thermal Protection/Hypothermia Care, and more.

761 Phoebe Putney Health System 417 West Third Avenue Albany, Georgia 31701 Phone: 229-312-1000 http://www.phoebeputney.com/ phoebe@ppmh.org

LIFEPAK® defibrillator/monitors and automated external defibrillators from Physio-Control set the standard for quality and reliability and are used by more physicians, hospitals and emergency medical services than any other brand. Physio-Control continues to lead the industry through innovation and advanced technology. For more information, visit our website at www.physio-control.com.

813 Pinel Medical Inc. 236 River Birch Street Kitchener, Ontario, Canada N2C 2V4 Phone: 519-888-0997 Fax: 519-725-3658 pinelmedical.com pinel@golden.net

Phoebe Putney Health System is a network of hospitals, family medicine clinics, rehab facilities, auxiliary services, and medical education training facilities. Founded in 1911, Phoebe Putney Memorial Hospital is one of Georgia’s largest comprehensive regional medical centers.

Unique Kevlar restraints apply very rapidly and simply (10 seconds to 6 points). Once secured, NO patient works free. Able to adjust restraints safely in seconds to either increased/ lesser security, more patient comfort and even to mobile restraints. Very patient friendly which reduces patient/staff tension and time in restraints.

766 Phoenix Children’s Hospital

472 Pinpoint, Inc.

1919 East Thomas Road Phoenix, Arizona 85016 Phone: 602-933-5638 phoenixchildrens.com jessquezada@phoenixchildrens.com Phoenix Children’s Hospital, the third largest in the nation, recently ranked among U.S. News & World Report’s Best Children’s Hospitals in five clinical programs. We’re proud to be Arizona’s only licensed pediatric hospital, providing care in over 40 subspecialties. Join us in a unique clinical environment that’s filled with opportunity!

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2100 Southbridge Parkway, Suite 650 Birmingham, Alabama 35209 Phone: 205-414-7541 Fax: 205-414-7400 www.pinpointinc.com jkw@pinpointinc.com Since 1992, Pinpoint’s INSTANTalarm 5000 has been relied upon by thousands of nurses to keep them safe at work and is now probably the most widely installed duress alarm system in the world. It’s simple to use, extremely reliable and has no central computer to go wrong.

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R 236 The Research Company 425 RetroFit Medical LLC 10 Candle Lane East Brunswick, New Jersey 08816

S 350 Saint Francis Health System 6161 South Yale Tulsa, Oklahoma 74136 Phone: 918-502-8313 Fax: 918-502-8353 www.saintfrancis.com jperez-hicks@saintfrancis.com Saint Francis Health System is an integrated, medically-based health system with an emphasis on a complete continuum of care. From services for the tiniest premature newborns, to end-of-life care options, to all medical needs in between, the physicians and staff of Saint Francis treat each patient with dignity and integrity.

860 Sarasota Memorial Healthcare System 1700 South Tamiami Trail Sarasota, Florida 34239 Phone: 941-917-1402 Fax: 941-917-2211 smh.com natilea-yoder@smh.com Sarasota Memorial is the 2nd busiest ED on the west coast of FL, seeing 78,000 visits a year. This is a state of the art 69-bed ED in both equipment and physical plant. We hold designations as a MAGNET facility and one of Florida’s two Joint Commission designated Comprehensive Stroke centers.

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Exhibitor Listing and Product Description 452 Sarstedt, Inc.

836 Sharp HealthCare

613 Spacelabs Healthcare

1025 St. James Church Road Newton, North Carolina 28601 Phone: 800-257-5101 Fax: 828-465-4003 www.sarstedt.com customerservice@sarstedt.us

8695 Spectrum Center Boulevard San Diego, California 92123 Phone: 858-499-5239 Fax: 858-636-2005 www.sharp.com Jana.Bush@sharp.com

35301 SE Center Street Snoqualmie, Washington 98065-9216

Sarstedt is a worldwide provider of specimen collection products, medical devices, consumables, and instrumentation. The Sarstedt S-Monovette® blood collection system and the Urine-Monovette® urine collection system enable one-step, closed specimen collection from lines and catheters, respectively, utilizing a gentle aspiration technique without sample transfer.

Sharp HealthCare, San Diego’s largest and most comprehensive healthcare system, has received Magnet® recognition at Sharp Grossmont Hospital and Sharp Memorial Hospital. With clinical excellence and the most advanced technology, our caregivers provide the extraordinary level of care that we call The Sharp Experience. To learn more, visit www. sharp.com/nursing.

730 Scale-Tronix, Inc.

758 Sigma Theta Tau International

200 East Post Road White Plains, New York 10601 Phone: 800-873-2001 Fax: 914-948-0581 www.scale-tronix.com sales@scale-tronix.com

451 Spirit Lala

550 West North Street Indianapolis, Indiana 46202 Phone: 317-917-4966 www.nursingknowledge.org laura@stti.iupui.edu A subsidiary of the Honor Society of Nursing, Sigma Theta Tau International, Nursing Knowledge International is a website that delivers personalized, high quality, solutionoriented healthcare knowledge and information. At www.nursingknowledge.org, nurses can access information on clinical topics, leadership issues, career development, evidence-based practice and online continuing education.

741 Scripps Health

921 SOUTH CAROLINA STATE ENA COUNCIL

One of the “100 Best Companies to Work For” by FORTUNE Magazine and located in sunny San Diego, CA, Scripps is one of the nation’s premier medical providers - with five acute care hospitals, clinic locations throughout San Diego, home healthcare services and more than 3,000 affiliated physicians.

747 SCOR, Inc. 11064 Randall Street Sun Valley, California 91352 Phone: 818-504-4054 Fax: 818-504-6032 www.sscor.com sales@sscor.com Portable suction for emergency medical procedures in the hospital and pre-hospital setting. SSCOR provides a full line of portable, battery powered suction units and ambulance vacuum systems.

Scale-Tronix manufactures a complete line of scales for all weighing needs. Stretcher Scales: both In-Floor and Stow-A-Weigh; Wheelchair Scales, Pediatric Scales with Mobile Weighing Carts, Stand-On Scales, Chair Scales, are just a few our innovative weighing systems. The weighing platforms are extremely low profile for easy patient access and the weighing process is fully automatic. Weight is displayed in pounds or kilos on easy-to-read LED digital readouts. Cordless or line cord powered, these scales a have capacities up to 1000 lbs.

4275 Campus Point Court, Suite CP2 San Diego, California 92121 Phone: 858-435-7100 scripps.org/careers careers@scrippshealth.org

586 Plantation Road McDonough, Georgia 30252

921South Carolina State ENA Council www.sc-ena.org

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772 Southwest Healthcare System 25520 Medical Center Drive Murrieta, California 92562 Phone: 951-600-4341 Fax: 951-600-4826 www.swhealthcaresystem.com & temeculavalleyhospital.com lesli.porter@uhsinc.com

914 St. David’s HealthCare 7800 Shoal Creek, Suite 124-S Austin, Texas 78757 Phone: 512-544-1000 Fax: 512-779-7312 www.stdavids.com rena.north@stdavids.com St. David’s HealthCare includes the region’s leading hospitals located throughout Austin and Central Texas. Each St. David’s hospital features a Certified Chest Pain Emergency Center, the latest technology and a team of talented physicians, nurses and staff providing the most specialized services. St. David’s HealthCare is one of Austin’s largest employers, with more than 7,900 employees.

759 St. Luke’s Health System 148 East Jefferson Street, Human Resources Dept. Boise, Idaho 83712 Phone: 208-381-5387 Fax: 208-381-4649 www.stlukesonline.org gormanl@slhs.org Non-profit healthcare system based in Idaho.

Southwest Healthcare System and Temecula Valley Hospital consist of three acute care hospitals located in Southern California.

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We’ve questioned the ordinary and redefined extraordinary ®

Stryker has been your partner in patient transport for over 70 years. We changed the way patients are transported by introducing Zoom, ®

the industry’s first Motorized Drive System, and our exclusive Big Wheel Advanced Mobility. Now, with the latest innovation from Stryker, designed in partnership with the Michael Graves Design Group, we are changing the way patients are transported... again. For more information, stop by Stryker Booth 507 at the ENA Annual Conference or visit www.stryker.com/primetc.

Stryker is proud to be an ENA Strategic Sponsor and support nursing excellence through important initiatives such as the ENA Workplace Injury Prevention Toolkit and the ENA Lantern Award. Program Criteria for the ENA Lantern Award funded, in part, by Stryker.

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“I always feel very proud to say that I work at Swedish.” – June, First Hill Campus You’re invited to come work at the heart of life-saving, life-changing work. At Swedish Medical Center, we strive to provide a world-class emergency care experience for our patients, with emergency services at locations throughout the greater Seattle area. When you work here, you’re part of a vibrant, supportive team of people bringing the best in compassionate care to our community. Each of our locations has a unique setting and culture. Combined we are the Seattle area’s largest most comprehensive nonprofit health provider. We offer a full suite of employee benefits, including relocation assistance and tuition reimbursement. For information about current openings and your chance to win prizes, please visit us at booth 754. To learn more about our full-time and per diem openings at all of our locations, please visit swedishcareers.org or contact Sarah Newman at Sarah.Newman@swedish.org. EOE.

Where you work matters.

507 Stryker Medical

342 The Sullivan Group

ENA Strategic Sponsor 3800 East Centre Avenue Portage, Michigan 49002 Phone: 800-669-4968 www.stryker.com/prime kim.edwards@stryker.com

1 South 450 Summit Avenue, Suite 320 Oakbrook Terrace, Illinois 60181 Phone: 630-268-1188 Fax: 630-268-1122 www.thesullivangroup.com broth@thesullivangroup.com

Stryker Medical offers patient handling equipment for the acute care hospital market. Stryker’s innovative products include hospital beds, stretchers, transport chairs, temperature management solutions, furniture and products for the emergency medical services industry. Stryker equipment is designed to help simplify healthcare delivery through safety and efficiency.

The Sullivan Group (TSG) delivers online education focused on Triage competency and clinical risk management for Emergency Medicine. Additionally, TSG has partnered with HRU to offer on-site Triage Training programs.

754 Swedish Medical Center 747 Broadway Seattle, Washington 98122

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T 353 Tangent Medical 8170 Jackson Road, Suite A Ann Arbor, Michigan 48103 Phone: 734-527-4040 www.tangentmedical.com info@tangentmedical.com Designed through extensive clinical research on the needs of both healthcare workers & patients, the NovaCath™ Integrated IV Catheter System is the only closed system PIVC to cost-effectively combine advanced catheter stabilization, passive needle encapsulation & next generation tubing management on every single start, setting new standards in IV catheter design, functionality and performance. IV Infusion Equipment, Disposable Medical Devices, Needles/Syringes/Injection Devices.

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Exhibitor Listing and Product Description 925 TEXAS STATE ENA STATE COUNCIL www.txena.org

470 Thomas Edison State College School of Nursing 101 West State Street Trenton, New Jersey 08608 Phone: 609-633-6460 Fax: 609-292-8279 www.tesc.edu mhough@tesc.edu The W. Cary Edwards School of Nursing at Thomas Edison State College offers online RN-BSN/MSN degree and Graduate Nursing Certificate program with open, rolling admissions; liberal transfer credit; self-paced scheduling. Up to nine graduate credits in the BSN degree apply to the MSN degree. Graduate specialties offered: Nurse Educator, Nursing Informatics and Nursing Administration.

338 Titan Nurse Staffing 2110 South 169th PlazaSuite 100 Omaha, Nebraska 68130

506 TransMotion Medical, Inc. 1441 Wolf Creek Trail Sharon Center, Ohio 44274 Phone: 330-239-4192 Fax: 330-590-8111 www.TransMotionMedical.com Info@TransMotionMedical.com TransMotion Medical’s Mobile, Motorized Stretcher-Chairs can reduce the amount of equipment needed because they function as: a chair, a transport stretcher, a procedure table, and a recovery recliner all in one. TMM Stretcher-Chairs can also provide reduced patient transfers, reduced operating costs, and reduced staff and patient injuries all while improving the patient experience.

345 TSG Associates LLP Albany Works Long Lover Lane, Pellon Halifax, Calderdale United Kingdom HX1 4QF Phone: +44 (0) 1422 380097 Fax: +44 (0) 1422 357639 www.smartmci.com info@smartmci.com

461 The University of Arizona Medical Center 1501 North Campbell Avenue Tucson, Arizona 85724 Phone: 520-694-2194 Fax: 520-694-2531 www.uahealth.com employment@uahealth.com

The SMARTSafe™ property bag from TSG Associates is a quick and easy way to keep track of your patients belongings. To help safeguard patient belongings and offer all round peace of mind, the new SMARTSafe™ Property Bags are secure, durable and easy to use. Available in two sizes. wwwsmartsafebags.com

The U of A Medical Center consists of a 487bed Magnet recognized Level 1 Trauma Center, a 245-bed hospital with a provisional Level III Trauma Center designation and dozens of physician offices/clinics. ICare Values guide our nearly 7,000 employees – Inspire, Care, Always Excel, Respect Others, Embrace Innovation

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558 University of Colorado Denver

351 U.C. Davis Health System 2730 Stockton Boulevard, Suite 2500 Sacramento, California 95817 Phone: 916-734-2742 Fax: 916-734-8559 www.healthsystem.ucdavis.edu U.C. Davis Medical Center serves a 65,000-square-mile area that includes 33 counties and 6 million residents across Northern and Central California. The 619-bed acute-care teaching hospital maintains an annual budget of roughly $1 billion. U.C. Davis admits more than 31,000 patients per year and handles more than 900,000 visits. The medical center’s emergency room sees more than 150 patients per day.

753 UC San Diego Extension 9500 Gilman Drive La Jolla, California 92093 Phone: 858-534-9263 Fax: 858-534-9258 extension.ucsd.edu eloui@ucsd.edu Learn what it takes to become a Certified Emergency Department nurse! Our Specialized Certificate in Emergency Department Nursing is now offered online every quarter. The certificate is also available to be tailored for groups from international healthcare organizations.

432 UCLA Health System

P.O. Box 480006 Denver, Colorado 80248 Phone: 303-623-1888 Fax: 303-623-6228 business.ucdenver.edu/ExecutiveHealth peter.taffe@ucdenver.edu The Executive MBA in Health Administration program provides healthcare professionals the knowledge and tools to manage complex issues within the healthcare industry. Accelerate your career with a specialized MBA degree in two years. On campus and online format. Pharmaceutical Management Option and International Healthcare Management Certificate available.

314 University of Florida Clinical Toxicology 3689 Tampa Road, Suite 300 Oldsmar, Florida 34677 Phone: 352-578-3065 http://clintox.cop.ufl.edu/ grundman@ufl.edu, Sharon.Pearce@ apollidon.com Earn a Master’s Degree in Clinical Toxicology online and learn the latest approaches to recognizing and evaluating toxic substances, identifying their acute and chronic effects, and treating patients. Gain the credentials that your current or future employer will value. The online graduate course Introduction to Clinical Toxicology is also accredited for continuing nursing education (CNE).

10920 Wilshire Boulevard, Suite 400 Los Angeles, California 90095

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Exhibitor Listing and Product Description 570 University of Michigan School of Nursing 400 North Ingalls, Suite 1160 Ann Arbor, Michigan 48109 Phone: 734-763-5985 Fax: 734-647-1419 nursing.umich.edu sn-mastersadmissions@umich.edu The University of Michigan School of Nursing offers Baccalaureate, Master’s, PhD, and DNP programs as well as post-master’s degree certificates. Our commitment to excellence is demonstrated through our educational innovations, clinical scholarship, diverse research, faculty accomplishments, and partnerships that extend throughout the nation and around the world.

V 908 The Valley Health System 620 Shadow Lane Las Vegas, Nevada 89106

346 Vanderbilt University Medical Center 3401 West End AvenueSuite 470W Nashville, Tennessee 37069

344 Vanderbilt University School of Nursing 461 21st Avenue SouthGodchaux Hall Nashville, Tennessee 37240 Phone: 615-322-3800 Fax: 615-343-0333 www.nursing.vanderbilt.edu VUSN-Admissions@vanderbilt.edu Vanderbilt School of Nursing offers a MSN with multiple entry options for nurses with hospital diploma, associates, bachelors, or masters degree. Vanderbilt’s MSN program offers nine nurse practitioner specialties, nursing informatics, nurse-midwifery, and health systems management. In addition, a BSN-MSNDNP, post-master’s DNP and Ph.D. in Nursing Science program are offered.

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562 VedellsMD, LLC

672 VueTek Scientific

10900 King Bay Drive Boca Raton, Florida 33498 Phone: 561-883-9268 Fax: 561-883-9268 www.VedellsMD.com sales@vedellsmd.net

P.O. Box 934, 22 Shaker Road Gray, Maine 04039 Phone: 207-657-6565 Fax: 207-657-6569 www.vuetekscientific.com wcyr@vuetekscientific.com

The ABCs of Resuscitation are lifesaving color coded resuscitation guides that contain easy to read critical emergency medications, precalculated dosages, and size specific equipment information according to a patient’s Age & Weight in Kilograms & Pounds, Newborn through Adult. The Charts are highly recommended for all Healthcare Providers: Physicians, Nurses, PAs, ARNPs, Anesthesiologists, Residents, Medical Students, Paramedics, EMTs, Emergency Departments, Code Carts, EMS/ Aircraft Resuscitation Bags and wherever Procedural Sedation is administered starting from the field, ED and throughout the entire Hospital. Developed by an emergency physician and pediatrician, the charts come in pocket, clipboard, booklet, and wall sizes. While familiar systems end at age 10, these charts incorporate information for treating a 12-year-old, 17-year-old and adult. No other chart offers what The ABCs of Resuscitation offers. When the clock is ticking and every second counts, the ABCs of Resuscitation are there to save the day.

The head mounted Veinsite Vein Imaging Device is the only truly-portable, hands-free, near infrared device that effortlessly delivers the most accurate image of the vasculature, for evaluating patency, and valves.

431 Vidacare Corporation

27 World’s Fair Drive Somerset, New Jersey 08873 Phone: 800-597-9909 Fax: 732-507-7199 www.wellsoft.com wellsoft@wellsoft.com

ENA Strategic Sponsor 4350 Lockhill Selma Road, Suite 150 San Antonio, Texas 78249 907Virginia State ENA Council www.virginia-ena.org The Virginia State Council is organized as a 501(c)(3) organization to advance emergency nursing through education and public awareness. The Virginia State Council coordinates the professional activities of its chapters within the Commonwealth of Virginia in liaison with the ENA.

907 VIRGINIA STATE ENA COUNCIL www.virginia-ena.org

W 354 Wake Forest Baptist Health Medical Center Boulevard Winston-Salem, North Carolina 27157

913 Washington State ENA Council www.washingtonena.org

419 Wellsoft Corporation

Ranked 1st in KLAS consistently. ONC Certified for Meaningful Use. CCD C-CDA Features; triage, tracking, dashboard, clinical documentation, facility/professional coding/charge capture, discharge instructions, Rx, order entry/results, reports, image capture. Integrated Medication System - med rec, dosing calculator, drug/allergy checking, Risk Management Features. On-site training. 24/7 support.

933 WellStar Health System 805 Sandy Plains Road Marietta, Georgia 30066

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Exhibitor Listing and Product Description 564 Western Governors University 4001 South 700 East, Suite 700 Salt Lake City, Utah 84107

Y 920 Yuma Regional Medical Center 2400 South Avenue A Yuma, Arizona 85364 Phone: 928-336-7129 Fax: 928-336-7677 www.yumaregional.org hr@yumaregional.org YRMC is a not-for-profit, 406-bed facility nationally known for its leading edge technology, excellent patient-family centered care and high employee satisfaction. We’re proud of the caring culture we’ve created for our employees. We offer competitive pay, and excellent benefits. Invest in us and we’ll invest in you.

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Z 415 Zerowet, Inc. P.O. Box 4375 Palos Verdes, California 90274 Phone: 800-438-0938 Fax: 310-544-4411 www.zerowet.com cs.zerowet@verizon.net The ZEROWET SUPERSHIELD is the most widely used, widely recommended wound irrigation shield in the world. By far. If your ED doesn’t yet use this unparalleled product, come see what you’re missing. And the KLENZALAC is perfect for quickly and effectively cleaning out even the nastiest wounds. Come see them both today!

517 ZOLL Medical Corporation 269 Mill Road Chelmsford, Massachusetts 01824 Phone: 978-421-9655 Fax: 978-421-0049 www.zoll.com info@zoll.com ZOLL Medical Corporation, leader in medical devices, software solutions, helps hospital professionals manage, treat and save lives while also increasing operational efficiency. ZOLL offers innovative, hospital-specific products for defibrillation, circulation, pacing, temperature management, fluid resuscitation and information management that strengthen the Chain of Survival and improve outcomes.

839 Z-Medica, LLC 4 Fairfield Boulevard Wallingford, Connecticut 06492 Phone: 203-294-0000 www.z-medica.com

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Alphabetical Exhibitor Listing A

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729 ����Abbott Point of Care 224 ����ADVANCE 444 ����Air Methods 654 ����Allegro Reviews/TCAR Programs 760 ����American Heart Association 823 ����American Mobile Healthcare 306 ����American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC) 518 ����Apex Innovations 915 ����Arkansas State ENA Council 706 ���� Armstrong Medical Industries, Inc. 357 ����Army Nurse Recruiting 737 ����Aspen Medical Products 837 ����Aureus Medical Group 607 ����Aviator Clothing Company

757 ����Dale Medical Products, Inc. 624 ����Dignity Health 828 ����Discharge 1-2-3 - Callibra, Inc. 849 ����DJO Global

B 751 ����B. E. Smith, Inc. 318 ����Bard Access Systems 219 ����Barnes-Jewish Hospital 815 ����Baylor Healthcare System 559 ����BD 664 ����Beekley Medical 650 ����Belmont Instrument Corporation 731 ����Blue Jay Consulting, LLC 655 ����Board of Certification for Emergency Nursing 843 ����Brandman University 520 ����BSN Medical, Inc. 337 ����BTG International Inc.

E 347 ����Eastern Maine Medical Center 317 ����Elsevier - Mosby’s Suite ExitCare, CPMRC 473 ����Emory Healthcare 331 ����Emory Univ Nell Hodgson Woodruff School of Nsg 529 ����ENA Foundation Jewelry Auction 356 ����Erlanger Health System 822 ����Ethicon, Inc. 413 ����Evolution Medical Products, Inc. 811 ����Excelsior College 446 ����Exergen Corporation 670 ����ExperiencedRN.com 932 ����Extension, Inc.

F 555 ����A Fashion Hayvin, Inc. 573 ����First Choice Emergency Room 845 ����Florida Hospital 556 ����Florida Hospital Deland 768 ����Florida Hospital Zephyrhills 912 ����Fraser Health 508 ����FreemanWhite, Inc. 722 ����Fukuda Denshi

I 911 ����Indiana State ENA Council 745 ����InHealth Technologies 329 ����Innocorp, Ltd. 456 ����Innovative Trauma Care - ITC 661 ����Inovonics 651 ����InSight Telepsychiatry, LLC 728 ����International Association of Forensic Nurses

J 572 ����Jackson Nurse Professionals 324 ����The Johns Hopkins Hospital 352 ����JPS Health Network

K 336 ����Kadlec Regional Medical Center 333 ����KARL STORZ Endoscopy America, Inc. 756 ����King University

L 924 ����Lasting Impressions Jewelers 723 ����Lifespan Healthcare, LLC 457 ����Linde Therapeutic Solutions 807 ����Lippincott Williams & WilkinsWolters Kluwer

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633 ����Calmoseptine, Inc. 930 ����Cape Fear Valley Health 553 ����Center for Domestic Preparedness 856 ����Centurion Medical Products 330 ����CEP America 209 ����Chamberlain College of Nursing 428 ����Christie Medical Holdings, Inc. 752 ����Christopher and Dana Reeve Foundation 450 ����Cincinnati Sub-Zero 625 ����Clogs by C&C Sweden/FunqWear Support Socks 631 ����CommuniCare Technology 463 ����Covidien 550 ����Cross Country TravCorps

554 ����Gaumard Scientific Company, Inc. 718 ����Gebauer Company 407 ����Genentech, Inc. 923 ����Georgia State ENA Council 226 ����The Gideons International 308 ����Grand Canyon University

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667 ����Howard Medical 658 ����HRN Services Inc. 421 ����Humane Restraint Co., Inc.

H 855 ����HAE: Learn About It, Talk About It 829 ����Harris Health System 673 ����HCA Far West Division 207 ����Healthcare Logistics 906 ����Health Match BC 707 ����Hill-Rom 221 ����Houston Methodist 838 ����HoverTech International

455 ����Maniilaq Association 512 ����Mason Tayler Medical 565 ����Maxim Staffing Solutions 328 ����Med-Ed, Inc. 619 ����MEDHOST, Inc. 222 ����MedicAlert Foundation 832 ����Mediconnex 323 ����Mindray North America 750 ����Molnlycke Healthcare 525 ����MorTan, Inc. The Morgan Lens

N 660 ����NES HealthCare Group 919 ����New York State ENA Council 831 ����Nihon Kohden America, Inc. 927 ����North Carolina State ENA Council 668 ����Northern Arizona Healthcare

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Alphabetical Exhibitor Listing 712 ����Novartis Pharmaceuticals Corporation 560 ����Novo Nordisk Inc. 652 ����N-Pak 609 ����Nurse.com 739 ����Nurses Service Organization NSO (Aon Affinity) 663 ����NuvoMed, Inc. 844 ����NYU Langone Medical Center

O 312 ����OBP Medical 909 ����Oklahoma State ENA Council

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460 ����Parallon Workforce Solutions 551 ����Parkland Health & Hospital System 917 ����Pennsylvania State ENA Council 322 ����Perrigo Pharmaceuticals 819 ����PerSys Medical 761 ����Phoebe Putney Health System 766 ����Phoenix Children’s Hospital 307 ����Physio-Control, Inc. 813 ����Pinel Medical Inc. 472 ����Pinpoint, Inc.

908 ����The Valley Health System 346 ����Vanderbilt University Medical Center 344 ����Vanderbilt University School of Nursing 562 ����VedellsMD, LLC 431 ����Vidacare Corporation 907 ����Virginia State ENA Council 672 ����VueTek Scientific

T 353 ����Tangent Medical 925 ����Texas State ENA Council 470 ����Thomas Edison State College School of Nursing 338 ����Titan Nurse Staffing 506 ����TransMotion Medical, Inc. 345 ����TSG Associates LLP

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342 ����The Sullivan Group 754 ����Swedish Medical Center

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351 ����U.C. Davis Health System 753 ����UC San Diego Extension 432 ����UCLA Health System 461 ����The University of Arizona Medical Center 558 ����University of Colorado Denver 314 ����University of Florida Clinical Toxicology 570 ����University of Michigan School of Nursing

354 ����Wake Forest Baptist Health 913 ����Washington State ENA Council 419 ����Wellsoft Corporation 933 ����WellStar Health System 564 ����Western Governors University Y 920 ����Yuma Regional Medical Center

Z 415 ����Zerowet, Inc. 839 ����Z-Medica, LLC 517 ����ZOLL Medical Corporation Sacramento, CA

R 236 ����The Research Company 425 ����RetroFit Medical LLC

S 350 ����Saint Francis Health System 860 ����Sarasota Memorial Healthcare System 452 ����Sarstedt, Inc. 730 ����Scale-Tronix, Inc. 741 ����Scripps Health 836 ����Sharp HealthCare 758 ����Sigma Theta Tau International 921 ����South Carolina State ENA Council 772 ����Southwest Healthcare System 613 ����Spacelabs Healthcare 451 ����Spirit Lala 747 ����SSCOR, Inc. 914 ����St. David’s HealthCare 759 ����St. Luke’s Health System 507 ����Stryker Medical

UC Davis Medical Center provides Level 1 adult and pediatric trauma care for more than 33 of California’s 58 counties. UC Davis Medical Center is home to state-of-the-art emergency care for children. Our Pediatric Emergency Department features the only Level 1 pediatric trauma center in inland Northern California (verified by the American College of Surgeons). From Portland to Fresno, from outside the Bay Area to Reno, no other hospital in inland Northern California has a Level 1 adult and pediatric trauma center servicing approximately 60,000 patients each year. For more information about positions in our Emergency Medicine Department, please visit us at Booth #351. UC Davis Health System is an EEO/AA employer

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Numeric Exhibitor Listing Aisle 200 207 ����Healthcare Logistics 209 ����Chamberlain College of Nursing 236 ����The Research Company 219 ����Barnes-Jewish Hospital 221 ����Houston Methodist 222 ����MedicAlert Foundation 224 ����ADVANCE 226 ����The Gideons International

Aisle 300 306 ����American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC) 307 ����Physio-Control, Inc. 308 ����Grand Canyon University 312 ����OBP Medical 314 ����University of Florida Clinical Toxicology 317 ����Elsevier - Mosby’s Suite ExitCare, CPMRC 318 ����Bard Access Systems 322 ����Perrigo Pharmaceuticals 323 ����Mindray North America 324 ����The Johns Hopkins Hospital 328 ����Med-Ed, Inc. 329 ����Innocorp, Ltd. 330 ����CEP America 331 ����Emory Univ Nell Hodgson Woodruff School of Nsg 333 ����KARL STORZ Endoscopy America, Inc. 336 ����Kadlec Regional Medical Center 337 ����BTG International Inc. 338 ����Titan Nurse Staffing 342 ����The Sullivan Group 344 ����Vanderbilt University School of Nursing 345 ����TSG Associates LLP 346 ����Vanderbilt University Medical Center 347 ����Eastern Maine Medical Center 350 ����Saint Francis Health System 351 ����U.C. Davis Health System 352 ����JPS Health Network 353 ����Tangent Medical 354 ����Wake Forest Baptist Health 356 ����Erlanger Health System 357 ����Army Nurse Recruiting

Aisle 400 407 ����Genentech, Inc.

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413 ����Evolution Medical Products, Inc. 415 ����Zerowet, Inc. 419 ����Wellsoft Corporation 421 ����Humane Restraint Co., Inc. 425 ����RetroFit Medical LLC 428 ����Christie Medical Holdings, Inc. 431 ����Vidacare Corporation 432 ����UCLA Health System 444 ����Air Methods 446 ����Exergen Corporation 450 ����Cincinnati Sub-Zero 451 ����Spirit Lala 452 ����Sarstedt, Inc. 455 ����Maniilaq Association 456 ����Innovative Trauma Care - ITC 457 ����Linde Therapeutic Solutions 460 ����Parallon Workforce Solutions 461 ����The University of Arizona Medical Center 463 ����Covidien 470 ����Thomas Edison State College School of Nursing 472 ����Pinpoint, Inc. 473 ����Emory Healthcare

Aisle 500 506 ����TransMotion Medical, Inc. 507 ����Stryker Medical 508 ����FreemanWhite, Inc. 512 ����Mason Tayler Medical 517 ����ZOLL Medical Corporation 518 ����Apex Innovations 520 ����BSN Medical, Inc. 525 ����MorTan, Inc. The Morgan Lens 529 ����ENA Foundation Jewelry Auction 550 ����Cross Country TravCorps 551 ����Parkland Health & Hospital System 553 ����Center for Domestic Preparedness 554 ����Gaumard Scientific Company, Inc. 555 ����A Fashion Hayvin, Inc. 556 ����Florida Hospital Deland 558 ����University of Colorado Denver 559 ����BD 560 ����Novo Nordisk Inc. 562 ����VedellsMD, LLC 564 ����Western Governors University 565 ����Maxim Staffing Solutions 570 ����University of Michigan School of Nursing

572 ����Jackson Nurse Professionals 573 ����First Choice Emergency Room

Aisle 600 607 ����Aviator Clothing Company 609 ����Nurse.com 613 ����Spacelabs Healthcare 619 ����MEDHOST, Inc. 624 ����Dignity Health 625 ����Clogs by C&C Sweden/FunqWear Support Socks 631 ����CommuniCare Technology 633 ����Calmoseptine, Inc. 650 ����Belmont Instrument Corporation 651 ����InSight Telepsychiatry, LLC 652 ����N-Pak 654 ����Allegro Reviews/TCAR Programs 655 ����Board of Certification for Emergency Nursing 658 ����HRN Services Inc. 660 ����NES HealthCare Group 661 ����Inovonics 663 ����NuvoMed, Inc. 664 ����Beekley Medical 667 ����Howard Medical 668 ����Northern Arizona Healthcare 670 ����ExperiencedRN.com 672 ����VueTek Scientific 673 ����HCA Far West Division

Aisle 700 706 ���� Armstrong Medical Industries, Inc. 707 ����Hill-Rom 712 ����Novartis Pharmaceuticals Corporation 718 ����Gebauer Company 722 ����Fukuda Denshi 723 ����Lifespan Healthcare, LLC 728 ����International Association of Forensic Nurses 729 ����Abbott Point of Care 730 ����Scale-Tronix, Inc. 731 ����Blue Jay Consulting, LLC 737 ����Aspen Medical Products 739 ����Nurses Service Organization NSO (Aon Affinity) 741 ����Scripps Health 745 ����InHealth Technologies 747 ����SSCOR, Inc. 750 ����Molnlycke Healthcare 751 ����B. E. Smith, Inc.

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Numeric Exhibitor Listing 752 ����Christopher and Dana Reeve Foundation 753 ����UC San Diego Extension 754 ����Swedish Medical Center 756 ����King University 757 ����Dale Medical Products, Inc. 758 ����Sigma Theta Tau International 759 ����St. Luke’s Health System 760 ����American Heart Association 761 ����Phoebe Putney Health System 766 ����Phoenix Children’s Hospital 768 ����Florida Hospital Zephyrhills 772 ����Southwest Healthcare System

Aisle 800 807 ����Lippincott Williams & WilkinsWolters Kluwer 811 ����Excelsior College 813 ����Pinel Medical Inc. 815 ����Baylor Healthcare System 819 ����PerSys Medical 822 ����Ethicon, Inc.

823 ����American Mobile Healthcare 828 ����Discharge 1-2-3 - Callibra, Inc. 829 ����Harris Health System 831 ����Nihon Kohden America, Inc. 832 ����Mediconnex 836 ����Sharp HealthCare 837 ����Aureus Medical Group 838 ����HoverTech International 839 ����Z-Medica, LLC 843 ����Brandman University 844 ����NYU Langone Medical Center 845 ����Florida Hospital 849 ����DJO Global 855 ���� HAE: Learn About It, Talk About It 856 ����Centurion Medical Products 860 ����Sarasota Memorial Healthcare System

Aisle 900

908 ����The Valley Health System 909 ����Oklahoma ENA State Council 911 ����Indiana ENA State Council 912 ����Fraser Health 913 ����Washington ENA State Council 914 ����St. David’s HealthCare 915 ����Arkansas ENA State Council 917 ����Pennsylvania ENA State Council 919 ����New York ENA State Council 920 ����Yuma Regional Medical Center 921 ����South Carolina ENA State Council 923 ����Georgia ENA State Council 924 ����Lasting Impressions Jewelers 925 ����Texas ENA State Council 927 ����North Carolina ENA State Council 930 ����Cape Fear Valley Health 932 ����Extension, Inc. 933 ����WellStar Health System

906 ����Health Match BC 907 ����Virginia ENA State Council

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Product Category Listing Airway Management/ Accessories 760 ����American Heart Association 706 ����Armstrong Medical Industries, Inc. 757 ����Dale Medical Products, Inc. 333 ����KARL STORZ Endoscopy America, Inc. 819 ����PerSys Medical 747 ����SSCOR, Inc.

Capnography, Capnometry, CO2 Monitoring

Disposable Medical Devices

831 ����Nihon Kohden America, Inc. 307 ����Physio-Control, Inc.

Carts

224 ����ADVANCE 607 ����Aviator Clothing Company 625 ����Clogs by C&C Sweden/FunqWear Support Socks

706 ����Armstrong Medical Industries, Inc. 856 ����Centurion Medical Products 554 ����Gaumard Scientific Company, Inc. 207 ����Healthcare Logistics 667 ����Howard Medical 333 ����KARL STORZ Endoscopy America, Inc.

Architectural

Catheters

508 ����FreemanWhite, Inc.

318 ����Bard Access Systems 559 ����BD 856 ����Centurion Medical Products 757 ����Dale Medical Products, Inc. 652 ����N-Pak

Apparel

Associations and Organizations 760 ����American Heart Association 306 ����American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC) 915 ����Arkansas ENA State Council 815 ����Baylor Healthcare System 655 ����Board of Certification for Emergency Nursing 529 ����ENA Foundation Jewelry Auction 923 ����Georgia ENA State Council 226 ����The Gideons International 911 ����Indiana ENA State Council 728 ����International Association of Forensic Nurses 919 ����New York ENA State Council 927 ����North Carolina ENA State Council 909 ����Oklahoma ENA State Council 917 ����Pennsylvania ENA State Council 921 ����South Carolina ENA State Council 925 ����Texas ENA State Council 907 ����Virginia ENA State Council 913 ����Washington ENA State Council

Bandages/Dressings 520 ����BSN Medical, Inc. 856 ����Centurion Medical Products 463 ����Covidien 757 ����Dale Medical Products, Inc. 819 ����PerSys Medical

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Chart/Charting Accessories 463 ����Covidien 419 ����Wellsoft Corporation

Consulting and Contracted Services 731 ����Blue Jay Consulting, LLC 508 ����FreemanWhite, Inc. 619 ����MEDHOST, Inc. 660 ����NES HealthCare Group

Decontamination Equipment/Training 553 ����Center for Domestic Preparedness

Defibrilators 307 ����Physio-Control, Inc. 517 ����ZOLL Medical Corporation

Diagnostic Testing 729 ����Abbott Point of Care 446 ����Exergen Corporation 652 ����N-Pak

559 ����BD 664 ����Beekley Medical 520 ����BSN Medical, Inc. 856 ����Centurion Medical Products 463 ����Covidien 757 ����Dale Medical Products, Inc. 745 ����InHealth Technologies 312 ����OBP Medical 452 ����Sarstedt, Inc. 353 ����Tangent Medical

Ear Irrigation Systems 520 ����BSN Medical, Inc. 525 ����MorTan, Inc. The Morgan Lens

ED Computerization 828 ����Discharge 1-2-3 - Callibra, Inc. 619 ����MEDHOST, Inc. 419 ����Wellsoft Corporation

Educational Providers 654 ����Allegro Reviews/TCAR Programs 518 ����Apex Innovations 843 ����Brandman University 553 ����Center for Domestic Preparedness 209 ����Chamberlain College of Nursing 828 ����Discharge 1-2-3 - Callibra, Inc. 317 ����Elsevier - Mosby’s Suite ExitCare, CPMRC 811 ����Excelsior College 308 ����Grand Canyon University 728 ����International Association of Forensic Nurses 756 ����King University 328 ����Med-Ed, Inc. 609 ����Nurse.com 470 ����Thomas Edison State College School of Nursing 753 ����UC San Diego Extension 558 ����University of Colorado Denver 314 ����University of Florida Clinical Toxicology 570 ����University of Michigan School of Nursing 344 ����Vanderbilt University School of Nursing

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Product Category Listing Educational Resources 224 ����ADVANCE 760 ����American Heart Association 306 ����American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC) 209 ����Chamberlain College of Nursing 757 ����Dale Medical Products, Inc. 317 ����Elsevier - Mosby’s Suite ExitCare, CPMRC 308 ����Grand Canyon University 855 ���� HAE: Learn About It, Talk About It 728 ����International Association of Forensic Nurses 756 ����King University 328 ����Med-Ed, Inc. 609 ����Nurse.com 758 ����Sigma Theta Tau International 342 ����The Sullivan Group

Infection Control Equipment

Patient Monitoring Systems and Accessories

856 ����Centurion Medical Products 463 ����Covidien 757 ����Dale Medical Products, Inc. 413 ����Evolution Medical Products, Inc. 207 ����Healthcare Logistics 452 ����Sarstedt, Inc. 415 ����Zerowet, Inc.

463 ����Covidien 413 ����Evolution Medical Products, Inc. 831 ����Nihon Kohden America, Inc. 722 ����Fukuda Denshi 307 ����Physio-Control, Inc. 345 ����TSG Associates LLP 517 ����ZOLL Medical Corporation

Instruments/Instrument Holders

Personal Protection Equipment/Apparel

856 ����Centurion Medical Products 413 ����Evolution Medical Products, Inc.

856 ����Centurion Medical Products 415 ����Zerowet, Inc.

Insurance

Pharmaceuticals/ Supplies

739 ����Nurses Service Organization NSO (Aon Affinity)

Educational Simulators

IV Infusion Equipment

518 ����Apex Innovations 706 ���� Armstrong Medical Industries, Inc. 554 ����Gaumard Scientific Company, Inc. 329 ����Innocorp, Ltd.

559 ����BD 428 ����Christie Medical Holdings, Inc. 353 ����Tangent Medical

337 ����BTG International Inc. 718 ����Gebauer Company 407 ����Genentech, Inc. 207 ����Healthcare Logistics 560 ����Novo Nordisk Inc. 322 ����Perrigo Pharmaceuticals

Equipment Organizers

Manikins 706 ����Armstrong Medical Industries, Inc.

Procedural Chairs

413 ����Evolution Medical Products, Inc.

Exam Tables 506 ����TransMotion Medical, Inc.

Fluid Warmers 507 ����Stryker Medical 517 ����ZOLL Medical Corporation

Furnishings 507 ����Stryker Medical

Healthcare System / Hospital 815 ����Baylor Healthcare System 473 ����Emory Healthcare 221 ����Houston Methodist 761 ����Phoebe Putney Health System 351 ����U.C. Davis Health System 920 ����Yuma Regional Medical Center

Medical Information Services 663 ����NuvoMed, Inc.

Needles/Syringes/ Injection Devices 559 ����BD 428 ����Christie Medical Holdings, Inc. 463 ����Covidien 207 ����Healthcare Logistics 819 ����PerSys Medical 452 ����Sarstedt, Inc. 353 ����Tangent Medical

507 ����Stryker Medical 506 ����TransMotion Medical, Inc.

Publishers 224 ����ADVANCE 317 ����Elsevier - Mosby’s Suite ExitCare, CPMRC 807 ����Lippincott Williams & WilkinsWolters Kluwer 609 ����Nurse.com

Pulse Oximeters 831 ����Nihon Kohden America, Inc. 307 ����Physio-Control, Inc.

Orthopedic Splints/ Supports/Immobilizers 737 ����Aspen Medical Products 520 ����BSN Medical, Inc.

Pain Management 737 ����Aspen Medical Products 718 ����Gebauer Company

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Product Category Listing Recruitment/Staffing

Soft Goods

Vital Sign Monitors

823 ����American Mobile Healthcare 357 ����Army Nurse Recruiting 837 ����Aureus Medical Group 751 ����B. E. Smith, Inc. 930 ����Cape Fear Valley Health 330 ����CEP America 550 ����Cross Country TravCorps 356 ����Erlanger Health System 670 ����ExperiencedRN.com 573 ����First Choice Emergency Room 845 ����Florida Hospital 768 ����Florida Hospital Zephyrhills 912 ����Fraser Health 673 ����HCA Far West Division 906 ����Health Match BC 572 ����Jackson Nurse Professionals 324 ����The Johns Hopkins Hospital 352 ����JPS Health Network 336 ����Kadlec Regional Medical Center 565 ����Maxim Staffing Solutions 660 ����NES HealthCare Group 668 ����Northern Arizona Healthcare 844 ����NYU Langone Medical Center 551 ����Parkland Health & Hospital System 766 ����Phoenix Children’s Hospital 860 ����Sarasota Memorial Healthcare System 741 ����Scripps Health – Healthcare Employment 836 ����Sharp HealthCare 772 ����Southwest Healthcare System 914 ����St. David’s HealthCare 759 ����St. Luke’s Health System 461 ����The University of Arizona Medical Center

737 ����Aspen Medical Products 520 ����BSN Medical, Inc. 757 ����Dale Medical Products, Inc.

831 ����Nihon Kohden America, Inc. 307 ����Physio-Control, Inc.

Software

507 ����Stryker Medical

Restraints 421 ����Humane Restraint Co., Inc. 813 ����Pinel Medical Inc.

Rhinology 757 ����Dale Medical Products, Inc.

Scales 207 ����Healthcare Logistics 730 ����Scale-Tronix, Inc.

828 ����Discharge 1-2-3 - Callibra, Inc. 932 ����Extension, Inc. 619 ����MEDHOST, Inc. 832 ����Mediconnex 419 ����Wellsoft Corporation 517 ����ZOLL Medical Corporation

Specimen Containers 559 ����BD 856 ����Centurion Medical Products 452 ����Sarstedt, Inc.

Stethoscopes 224 ����ADVANCE

Stretchers 707 ����Hill-Rom 507 ����Stryker Medical 506 ����TransMotion Medical, Inc.

Wheelchairs Wound Closure Products 520 ����BSN Medical, Inc. 822 ����Ethicon, Inc. 415 ����Zerowet, Inc.

Wound/Skin Care Products 520 ����BSN Medical, Inc. 633 ����Calmoseptine, Inc. 856 ����Centurion Medical Products 463 ����Covidien 757 ����Dale Medical Products, Inc. 207 ����Healthcare Logistics 512 ����Mason Tayler Medical 507 ����Stryker Medical 415 ����Zerowet, Inc.

Other

Stretcher Pads

Certification

707 ����Hill-Rom

306 ����American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC)

Transport (Air/Ground) 838 ����HoverTech International 506 ����TransMotion Medical, Inc.

Temperature Management 507 ����Stryker Medical 517 ����ZOLL Medical Corporation

Topical Anesthetic Skin Refrigerant 718 ����Gebauer Company

Tube Holders 559 ����BD 207 ����Healthcare Logistics 819 ����PerSys Medical 452 ����Sarstedt, Inc.

Portable Imaging Equipment 318 ����Bard Access Systems

Patient Temperature Management 450 ����Cincinnati Sub-Zero

Master of Science in Nursing 331 ����Emory Univ Nell Hodgson Woodruff School of Nsg

Alarm and Event Management 932 ����Extension, Inc.

Travel Nurse Staffing Agency 658 ����HRN Services Inc.

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Product Category Listing Panic Buttons/Staff Safety/Enterprise Mobile Duress 661 ����Inovonics

Telepsychiatry Services 651 ����InSight Telepsychiatry, LLC

Jewelry 529 ����ENA Foundation Jewelry Auction 555 ����A Fashion Hayvin 924 ����Lasting Impressions Jewelers

Fecal Impaction

Specimen Collection Products

619 ����MEDHOST, Inc. 222 ����MedicAlert Foundation

452 ����Sarstedt, Inc.

Personal Protection Equipment/Apparel, Staff Duress Alarm Systems 472 ����Pinpoint, Inc.

Healthcare Services 350 ����Saint Francis Health System

Risk Management 342 ����The Sullivan Group

Resuscitation Charts 562 ����VedellsMD, LLC

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New Exhibitors 664 ����Beekley Medical 631 ����CommuniCare Technology 463 ����Covidien 446 ����Exergen Corporation 932 ����Extension, Inc. 912 ����Fraser Health 667 ����Howard Medical 756 ����King University

457 ����Linde Therapeutic Solutions 832 ����Mediconnex 750 ����Molnlycke Healthcare 660 ����NES HealthCare Group 712 ����Novartis Pharmaceuticals Corporation 663 ����NuvoMed, Inc. 844 ����NYU Langone Medical Center

761 ����Phoebe Putney Health System 452 ����Sarstedt, Inc. 747 ����SSCOR, Inc. 345 ����TSG Associates LLP 461 ����The University of Arizona Medical Center 564 ����Western Governors University

Advamed Code of ethics and exhibitors AdvaMed Code of Ethics (Effective July 1, 2009)

The Advanced Medical Technology Association (AdvaMed) represents companies that develop, produce, manufacture, and market medical products, technologies and related services and therapies used to diagnose, treat, monitor, manage and alleviate health conditions and disabilities in order to enable patients to live longer and healthier lives. AdvaMed recognizes the obligation to facilitate ethical interactions between Companies and Healthcare Professionals. According to the AdvaMed Code of Ethics a Company occasionally may provide items to Healthcare Professionals that benefit patients or serve a genuine educational function for Healthcare Professionals. Other than medical textbooks or anatomical models used for educational purposes, any such item should have a fair market value of less than $100. A Company may not provide items that are capable of use by Healthcare Professional for non-educational or non-patient-related purposes. Note: AdvaMed Code is voluntary and for more information go to: www.advamed.org

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AdvaMed Code of Ethics Compliant ENA Exhibitors 729 ����Abbott Point of Care 357 ����Army Nurse Recruiting 318 ����Bard Access Systems 559 ����BD 520 ����BSN Medical, Inc. 337 ����BTG International Inc. 930 ����Cape Fear Valley Health 428 ����Christie Medical Holdings, Inc. 463 ����Covidien 757 ����Dale Medical Products, Inc. 849 ����DJO Global 822 ����Ethicon, Inc. 722 ����Fukuda Denshi 885 ���� HAE: Learn About It, Talk About It 707 ����Hill-Rom 838 ����HoverTech International 667 ����Howard Medical 421 ����Humane Restraint Co., Inc. 324 ����The Johns Hopkins Hospital 352 ����JPS Health Network 512 ����Mason Tayler Medical 660 ����NES HealthCare Group 831 ����Nihon Kohden America, Inc.

668 ����Northern Arizona Healthcare 560 ����Novo Nordisk Inc. 739 ���� Nurses Service Organization - NSO 663 ����NuvoMed, Inc. 836 ����Sharp HealthCare 914 ����St. David’s HealthCare 759 ����St. Luke’s Health System 507 ����Stryker Medical 753 ����UC San Diego Extension 461 ����The University of Arizona Medical Center 558 ����University of Colorado Denver 517 ����ZOLL Medical Corporation

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PhRMA Code of Ethics And Exhibitors PhRMA Code of Ethics

PhRMA Code of Ethics Compliant ENA Exhibitors

(Effective January 2009)

The Pharmaceutical Research and Manufacturers of American (PhRMA) represents research-based pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies. Our members develop and market new medicines to enable patients to live longer and healthier lives. Ethical relationships with healthcare professionals are critical to our mission of helping patients by developing and marketing new medicines. This Code is to reinforce our intention that our interactions with healthcare professionals are professional exchanges designed to benefit patients and to enhance the practice of medicine. It is appropriate for companies, where permitted by law, to offer items designed primarily for the education of patients or healthcare professionals if the items are not of substantial value ($100 or less) and do not have value to healthcare professionals outside of his or her professional responsibilities. Items designed primarily for the education of patients or healthcare professionals should not be offered on more than an occasional basis, even if each individual item is appropriate. Note: PhRMA Code is voluntary and for more information go to: www.pharma.org

729 ����Abbott Point of Care729 357 ����Army Nurse Recruiting 559 ����BD 520 ����BSN Medical, Inc. 337 ����BTG International Inc. 930 ����Cape Fear Valley Health 757 ����Dale Medical Products, Inc. 849 ����DJO Global 822 ����Ethicon, Inc. 722 ����Fukuda Denshi 855 ����HAE: Learn About It, Talk About It 667 ����Howard Medical 324 ����The Johns Hopkins Hospital 352 ����JPS Health Network 512 ����Mason Tayler Medical 831 ����Nihon Kohden America, Inc. 668 ����Northern Arizona Healthcare 560 ����Novo Nordisk Inc. 739 ����Nurses Service Organization - NSO 307 ����Physio-Control, Inc. 836 ����Sharp HealthCare 914 ����St. David’s HealthCare 759 ����St. Luke’s Health System 461 ����The University of Arizona Medical Ctr 753 ����UC San Diego Extension 558 ����University of Colorado Denver 517 ����ZOLL Medical Corporation

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915 ����Arkansas ENA State Council 923 ����Georgia ENA State Council 911 ����Indiana ENA State Council 919 ����New York ENA State Council 927 ����North Carolina ENA State Council 909 ����Oklahoma ENA State Council

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