Rise and shine with ENA as we kick off Emergency Nursing 2017 with an Opening Session you won’t want to miss.
ENA is partnering with emergency response agencies nationwide to bring attendees a large-scale, educational mass casualty incident training event. Experience emergency response to a mock natural disaster scenario.
Learn the latest techniques for care in a mass casualty environment from some of the leading experts in emergency response.
Support for this educational activity has been provided by Stryker. Stryker had no influence on the planning or content of this educational session or activity.
Sponsored by: Adeptus Health
Enjoy an evening of fun at the newest dining and entertainment district in the St. Louis area. This first sports anchored entertainment district located next to Busch Stadium, home of the St. Louis Cardinals, offers a wide variety of restaurants, bars, lounges, and entertainment venues.
Support the ENA Foundation by purchasing one of two wristband options that support scholarships for nursing education. Make a difference by joining us and helping fund education that saves lives.
There is no additional fee to attend the Welcome Party at Ballpark Village for conference attendees who are registered for Thursday, Sept. 14.
Tickets are $75 for guests.
Sponsored by: NSO
Wish you had the perfect words for any situation? Wish your team truly acted like a team? Tired of personal and professional conflict? Learn to build relationships and take success to the next level! Christine will help you approach conflict creatively by outlining tactics to keep your cool, diffuse situations, and blow off steam before you boil.
Smart companies know healthy employees cost less. Consider that the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention puts a $3,391 price tag on each employee who smokes. That’s why corporate wellness programs continue to gain popularity in attempts to chip away at rising healthcare and insurance costs.
Yet leaders who have tried to move the needle on workplace wellness by changing employee behavior through externally driven change—nagging, bribing, penalizing— know these tactics rarely work.
If organizations depend on human change to create a healthier workforce, then there must be a better way to get there from here. New research shows there is. This session will uncover a teachable, scalable method for driving individual behavior change. Come hear about the best social science research from the past 50 years with a study of more than 5,000 people attempting to overcome intrepid career and personal challenges. When employees have the skills and support needed to succeed at change, an organization becomes ten times more likely to achieve its wellness goals.