Emergency Nurses Association
Call for Content

Deadline extended for ePoster submission to Jan 29.

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ENA Podcast

ENA-Podcast_NewsLine-Ad_300x220_05-2019_webTune in to the ENA Podcast, which features member interviews, delivers the latest news and keeps you updated directly from the Emergency Nurses Association. The podcast delves into all facets of emergency nursing, so here's your chance to have your voice heard.

Share your remarkable stories, whether they're tales of triumph, resilience in the face of tragedy, invaluable lessons learned or near-misses skillfully avoided. The ENA Podcast is seeking your standout experiences. Pitch your podcast idea for a chance to join this year's captivating lineup! Your story matters to us

Member Benefit CE

Elevate your role as a valued contributor to one of ENA's most cherished member benefits. ENA is actively pursuing compelling and pioneering content from experts just like you. Your insights will shape one-hour contact hour courses that promise to be a vital resource.

Seize this opportunity to share your expertise. Submit your content abstract, and your ideas could become part of this year's prestigious lineup. Join ENA in making a lasting impact through your knowledge and innovation.

Important Dates

Nov. 13Submission site opens
Jan. 15
Submission site closes for education submissions
Jan. 29
Submission site extended for ePoster submissions
SpringNotification emails sent for all submission types
SpringEmergency Nursing 2024 registration and housing opens

4- 7

Emergency Nursing 2024 in Las Vegas


Submission Notifications

Notifications will be sent by Spring 2024.

Accepting the invitation confirms your commitment to register for and attend the event. Presenters are provided an honorarium, but are responsible for their own expenses including travel, hotel and meals.

Each year, ENA seeks education proposals for its annual conference. You may stop and start your submission at any time, just be sure to save and return to it prior to the submission deadline.

Presentations are a gateway to an exhilarating exchange of ideas, fostering invaluable networking opportunities while leaving a lasting imprint on the global education landscape for emergency nurses. Your abstracts should embody the essence of sound adult learning principles, weaving together the finest threads of innovative thinking, theory, research and practice to craft a powerful narrative that can truly impact the world of emergency nursing education.

To deliver exceptional learning experiences, preference may be given to proposals that are positioned to deliver a mix of the following:


  • Reflect innovative, cutting-edge content and evidence-based practice
  • Present evidence supported by relevant research or data
  • Explore issues important to diverse audiences that is inclusive and considers equitable best practices in emergency care
  • Demonstrate the relevance of lessons through “real-life” case studies


  • Stimulate and provoke discussion, audience engagement and outcome-focused design
  • Facilitate knowledge transfer and development of new competencies
  • Use methods that draw out relevant past knowledge and experiences
  • Establish welcome environment for individuals of diverse backgrounds to engage and contribute to the conversation in a respectful and productive manner

Each submission will be blind peer-reviewed by a minimum of three emergency nurses.

Presentation Formats

   Fast Track Education EncounterRoundtableDeep DivePre-conference


(brief presentation/ facilitated discussion)


Additional Presentation Format for ENA's annual conference
PI Mash Up (Performance Improvement Project Submissions)

Click HERE for all guidelines, requirements, the storyboard template that you will follow, and a PI Mash Up example to help guide you through the process

Special Interest Topics for ENA's annual conference

ENA is seeking presentations for the following content areas:

  • Advanced practice
  • Back to Basics
  • Health Equity
  • Global perspectives
  • Wellbeing/Resiliency
  • Innovation and Technology
  • Legal
  • Military
  • Pharmacology
  • Throughput
  • Triage

General Submission Guidelines

  • Log in to the ENA CadmiumCD Portal to begin the submission process
  • Complete the required tasks (Abstract/content description, instructional flow, references, speaker agreements, etc.) Do not include personal identifying information or the facility/hospital
  • Submit a Disclosure Form for all authors/coauthors
  • Input a maximum of three speakers per presentation submission

All presenters are responsible for their own travel and expenses related to their presentation. Up to three speakers per session will receive a discount on their conference registration. Only primary speakers will receive an honorarium, which is scaled based on speaking time.

ePoster presenters do not receive conference registration discounts or an honorarium.



Contact Us: Conference Education  

Questions related to the ENA Podcast, CNE, ENA's annual conference education proposals?

  • Guidelines
  • Requirements
  • Deadlines
  • Notifications

Email: conference.education@ena.org

Contact Us: Emergency Nursing Research

Questions related to Emergency Nursing 2023 ePoster abstracts?

  • Guidelines
  • Requirements
  • Deadlines
  • Notifications

Email: abstracts@ena.org