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    • N a s h v i l l e , T e nn e s s e e 19-21 2 0 1 3 September THursFriSat Register by July 25 and save up to $70 keynote speakers 2013 Annual Conference program 2013 Annual Conference program Chef Jeff Henderson Award-winning Chef, Motivational Speaker, New York Times Best-selling Author and Food Network Television Personality Thursday, September 19 1:15 – 3 P.M. The Power of Potential Dr. David Marcozzi, MHS-CL, MD, FACEP Director, National Healthcare Preparedness Programs Division, Washington, D.C. Friday, September 20 8 – 9:15 A.M. Functional Coalitions and Foundational Capabilities— The Path Forward for Emergency Preparedness Lee Woodruff Best-selling Co-author, In an Instant; Contributor, CBS This Morning and Freelance Writer Saturday, September 21 4:15 – 5:45 P.M. Unsung Hero Updated as of June 19, 2013
    • Follow the action on #ENAAC13 schedule-at-a-glance 2 Tuesday, September 17 ENA Board of Directors Meeting ENA Town Hall Meeting Registration, ENA Wired, Marketplace Express and ENA Foundation FUN-raising 1 – 3 p.m. 3 – 4 p.m. 4 – 7:30 p.m. wednesday, September 18 Registration, ENA Wired and ENA Foundation FUN-Raising General Assembly Pre-session* Marketplace Express Anita Dorr Memorial Lecture and Luncheon* Pre-session* 6:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. 7 a.m. – 5 p.m. 8 – 11 a.m. 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. Noon – 1:30 p.m. 1 – 4 p.m. thursday, September 19 Registration, ENA Wired, Marketplace Express, ENA Foundation FUN-raising and Career Wellness General Assembly Pre-sessions* Certification Lounge Special Interest Groups and Networking Sessions Welcome and Keynote Address Fast Track Sessions Poster Sessions Exhibit Hall and ENA Foundation Jewelry Auction Concurrent Sessions Welcome to Nashville Party 7 a.m. – 7:30 p.m. 7 – 11:15 a.m. 8 – 11 a.m. 10 a.m. – 3 p.m. Noon – 1 p.m. 1:15 – 3 p.m. 3:15 – 3:45 p.m. 3:30 – 6 p.m. 3:45 – 7:30 p.m. 5 – 6:15 p.m. 7:30 – 10 p.m. friday, September 20 Walk for Wellness to Support the ENA Foundation Registration, ENA Wired, Marketplace Express, Poster Sessions, ENA Foundation FUN-raising and Career Wellness General Session Hands-on Procedural Cadaver Lab Exhibit Hall and ENA Foundation Jewelry Auction Certification Lounge Concurrent Sessions Ultrasound Lecture and Labs Lunch in the Exhibit Hall Hands-on Procedural Cadaver Lab Concurrent Sessions Concurrent Sessions Fast Track Sessions Fast Track Sessions Emerging Professionals A Night at the Grand Ole Opry™— An ENA Foundation Event* 6 – 7 a.m. 7 a.m. – 6 p.m. 8 – 9:15 a.m. 8 – 11 a.m. 9:15 a.m. – 2:45 p.m. 10 a.m. – 3 p.m. 10:15 – 11:30 a.m. 10:15a.m.–2:30p.m. 11:45a.m.–1:15p.m. 1:15 – 4:15 p.m. 1:30 – 2:45 p.m. 3 – 4:15 p.m. 4:30 – 5 p.m. 5:15 – 5:45 p.m. 6 – 7 p.m. 7 p.m. saturday, September 21 Rise and Shine Wellness: Qigong Poster Sessions Registration, ENA Wired and Career Wellness Certification Recognition Breakfast* Concurrent Sessions Marketplace Express and ENA Foundation FUN-raising ENA Foundation Jewelry Auction Exhibit Hall IENR Research Lounge Fast Track Sessions Lunch in the Exhibit Hall Concurrent Sessions Concurrent Sessions Fast Track Sessions Closing Session Farewell Matinée Annual Awards Gala 2013* 6 – 7 a.m. 7 a.m. – 1 p.m. 7 a.m. – 6:15 p.m. 7 – 9 a.m. 8 – 9:15 a.m. 9 a.m. – 6:15 p.m. 9:15 a.m. – Noon 9:15a.m.–12:30p.m. 9:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. 9:45 – 10:15 a.m. 11 a.m. – 12:15 p.m. 12:30 – 1:45 p.m. 2 – 3:15 p.m. 3:30 – 4 p.m. 4:15 – 5:45 p.m. 5:45 – 6:15 p.m. 7:30 p.m. *Additional fee required, limited capacity. Important Dates to Remember Early Discount Registration Closes / July 25 ENA Board of Directors Meeting / September 17 General Assembly / September 18 - 19 Pre-sessions / September 18 - 19 Educational Sessions / September 19 - 21 Awards Gala / September 21
    • Follow the action on #ENAAC13 Location Gaylord Opryland Resort and Convention Center Reception / 7:30 p.m. Dinner / 8:15 p.m. Cost $110 per person including dinner; cash bar Attire Black-tie optional Master of Ceremonies Terry M. Foster, MSN, RN, CEN, CCRN, FAEN To register for this event, go to www.ena.org/ac A Celebration of Inductees of the Academy of EmergencyNurses, Lantern Awards and Annual Recognition Awards Saturday, September 21 7:30 p.m.
    • Follow the action on #ENAAC13 Registered attendees can earn up to 21.25 contact hours at the 2013 ENA Annual Conference through attendance at keynote and closing addresses, concurrent sessions, fast track sessions, poster sessions, and online articles. Additional contact hours can be obtained by attending pre-sessions. 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. Accreditation 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 among 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 are then recorded in your electronic file. Advanced Practice Session 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. 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. Online Articles Exclusive Annual Conference attendee value! Annual Conference attendees may gain additional CE by accessing online 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 conference. Participants will review the 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. Fast Track Sessions These 30-minute sessions provide the attendee the opportunity to hear the latest, need-to-know, cutting-edge information in a rapid-paced presentation. Advancing Practice Through Research Poster Sessions Explore emergency nursing research and the application of research to your clinical practice by viewing the research and evidence-based practice poster presentations. Participation in viewing the poster sessions earns 0.1 contact hour per poster. Course Content ENA strives to provide educational opportunities that reflect various aspects to help nurses make informed decisions about pertinent 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 distributed as part of ENA programs 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. Conference Information 4
    • Follow the action on #ENAAC13 Tuesday, September 17 1 – 3 p.m. ENA Board of Directors Meeting (All ENA members welcome) 3 – 4 p.m. ENA Town Hall Meeting (All ENA members welcome) 4 – 7:30 p.m. Delegate/Alternate Delegate Registration, ENA Wired, ENA Foundation FUN-raising and Marketplace Express Wednesday, September 18 6:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. Registration, ENA Wired and ENA Foundation FUN-raising 7 a.m. – 5 p.m. General Assembly 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. Marketplace Express Noon – 1:30 p.m. Anita Dorr Memorial Lecture and Luncheon Family Presence 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, the husband and support for the 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. Thursday, September 19 7 a.m. – 7:30 p.m. Registration, ENA Wired, Marketplace Express, ENA Foundation FUN-raising and Career Wellness 7 – 11:15 a.m. General Assembly 2013 General assembly 5 The 2013 General Assembly, ENA’s annual business meeting, will be held September 18-19. JoAnn Lazarus, MSN, RN, CEN, ENA President will preside as speaker of the house. Delegates representing ENA’s state councils and international delegates will debate and vote on proposed bylaw amendments and resolutions on health care policy and emergency nursing practice issues. Summaries of proposed bylaw amendments and resolutions will be included in the June/July issue of ENA Connection. Proposals in their entirety will also appear on 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
    • Follow the action on #ENAAC13 Wednesday, September 18 6 6:30 a.m – 5 p.m. Registration First thing’s 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 made a payment, visit Express registration. ENA Wired ENA Wired is a self-serve computerized system area, social media and Wi-Fi 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 other colleagues onsite as well as back home. See what other attendees are saying on the ENA Tweetdeck. ENA Foundation FUN-raising Drop by the ENA Foundation booth to see what new and exciting FUN-raising opportunities are available. 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. Marketplace Express 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 directly to your home from our cashiers. Marketplace Express is also available to answer any Membership-related questions. 8 – 11 a.m. Pre-session Introduction to Basic Wound Repair • Designed for beginner students, practice the basic techniques of acute care 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 Sydney Gay, MSPA, PA-C $95 member/$155 nonmember Nonconference Registrant: $120 member/$180 nonmember Preregistration required; limited capacity. Noon – 1:30 p.m. Anita Dorr Memorial Lecture and Luncheon Richard Lazarus Fee: $45 Preregistration required; limited capacity. 1 – 4 p.m. Pre-session Intermediate and Advanced Wound Repair • Designed for those advanced practice nurses that 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 a variety of wound closure techniques and specific problematic wounds and methods of repair, such as lip lacerations with vermilion border involvement, deep or buried sutures and running subcuticular sutures Andrew A. Galvin, MSN, BSN, RN, ACNP-BC, CEN Sydney Gay, MSPA, PA-C $95 member/$155 nonmember Nonconference Registrant: $120 member/$180 nonmember Preregistration required; limited capacity. 3 contact hours 3 contact hours
    • Don’t miss this exciting event! What began as a simple radio broadcast in 1925 is now a live-entertainment phenomenon. Dedicated to honoring country music’s rich history and dynamic presence, the Grand Ole Opry showcases a mix of country legends and the contemporary chart-toppers who have followed in their footsteps. 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. JOIN US FOR A NIGHT OF COUNTRY MUSIC & NETWORKING WITH YOUR COLLEAGUES! SEPTEMBER 20, 2013 • 7 P.M. Copyright © 2013 ENA Foundation, 915 Lee Street • Des Plaines, IL 60016-6569 P R E S E N T S TWO PACKAGES TO CHOOSE FROM: VIP PACKAGE: $75 Includes Tier One Premium Floor Seating and Grand Ole Opry Picture Historic Book For more information or to purchase tickets, visit www.ena.org/ac. Act now, seating is limited. For customer service issues, please call 866-320-3203 (toll-free US and Canada) and 514-228-3203 (international). SUPPORT ENA FOUNDATION AND ENJOY THE SHOW THAT MADE COUNTRY MUSIC FAMOUS FRIENDS PACKAGE: $50 Tier Two Seating A NIGHT AT THE • GRAND OLE OPRY™•
    • Follow the action on #ENAAC13 thursday, September 19 7 a.m. – 7:30 p.m. Registration, ENA Wired, Marketplace Express, and ENA Foundation FUN-raising Career Wellness 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, career resources and access to individual discussions about your career development with ENA staff. 8 – 11 a.m. Pre-sessions Casting and Splinting Lab • 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 Edward M. Collins, MSN, RN, ACNP $95 member/$155 nonmember Nonconference Registrant: $120 member/$180 nonmember Preregistration required; limited capacity. It’s NOT a Spider Bite: MRSA Abscesses and Treatment • 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 Sydney Gay, MSPA, PA-C $95 member/$155 nonmember Nonconference Registrant: $120 member/$180 nonmember Preregistration required; limited capacity. 10 a.m. – 3 p.m. 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 Noon – 1 p.m. Special Interest Groups and Networking Sessions 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. Special Interest Groups: • ED Technology • Emergency Educators • Forensic Nursing • Pediatric Emergency Care • Retired Emergency Nurses • Small Rural and Critical Access Hospitals • Uniform Services Networking Sessions: • Advanced Practice Nursing • Emergency Preparedness • Geriatrics • Government Affairs and EN411 Key Contacts • Institute for Emergency Nursing Research • Lantern Award for Exemplary Emergency Departments • Managers • Quality and Safety • TNCC/ENPC • Veterans Administration • Wellness and Injury 8 3 contact hours
    • Follow the action on #ENAAC13 3:15 – 3:45 p.m. Fast Track sessions Credibility and the Advanced Practice Nurse 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 Transfusion Confusion: Giving Blood Without the Sweat and Tears adv prac • 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 It’s Just a Laceration: A Review of Neck Trauma clin • 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 Gilmore, MSN, RN, ACNS-BC, EMT-P Treasures and Trash in Emergency Nursing clin • 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 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 Peds Needs peds • 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? q&s • 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 thursday, September 19 9 .5contact hour 1 contact hour 1:15 – 3 p.m. Welcome and Keynote Address The Power of Potential LEM Chef Jeff Henderson • 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
    • Follow the action on #ENAAC13 3:30 – 6 p.m. Poster Sessions 3:45 - 7:30 p.m. Exhibit Hall The Exhibit Hall offers an exceptional opportunity for you to meet with more than 200 leading suppliers of products and services for every type of emergency care environment. As an emergency health care professional, you can use your purchasing power to influence the direction of health care manufacturers and suppliers. 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. 5 – 6:15 p.m. Concurrent Sessions Know the Rules and Keep Score: Evidence-based Decision Tools From Head to Toe adv clin • 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 peds • Understand Munchausen syndrome by proxy and its potentially life-threatening 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 clin • 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, ACNP-BC, CEN, CCRN, FAEN Ice Water Immersion Therapy for Exercise-induced Hyperthermia 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 clin • Define human trafficking and how to distinguish the different types of human trafficking • Discover how to identify potential human trafficking victims in a health care 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 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 Implementing the Institute of Medicine (IOM) Future of Nursing Recommendations: Lessons Learned From the California Action Coalition LEM • 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 Bullying Behaviors: What Is It and What Can Be Done? LEM • 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 thursday, September 19 10 1.25 contact hours 0.1 contact hour
    • Follow the action on #ENAAC13 thursday, September 19 11 5 – 6:15 p.m. (Continued) Concurrent Sessions Nutrimens Pharmacea: Common Food and Drug Interactions 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 Chest Trauma: Recognition and Treatment adv prac • 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 7:30 – 10 p.m. Welcome to Nashville Party! Join 2013 ENA President, JoAnn Lazarus, MSN, RN, CEN and the ENA Board of Directors as we kickoff this year’s Annual Conference. Enjoy great food and fun with a true Nashville flair while networking with fellow ENA members. Dance to old favorites, current hits and of course some good ol’ Tennessee line dancing too. Line dancing instructions will be available to help everyone join in the fun. 1.25 contact hours
    • Follow the action on #ENAAC13 8 – 11 a.m. Hands-on Procedural Cadaver Lab • 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 and must be made through the session sponsor. Visit www.ena.org/ac for more information. Sponsored by ENA Strategic Sponsor 9:15 a.m. – 2:45 p.m. Exhibit Hall and ENA Foundation Jewelry Auction 10 a.m. – 3 p.m. Certification Lounge Sponsored by 10:15 – 11:30 a.m. Concurrent Sessions Hand & Wrist: Injuries & Radiography Review adv prac • 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 6 – 7 a.m. Support the ENA Foundation Every journey begins one step at a time. Join us on this journey for your personal wellness and the future health of the profession. Walking is the easiest and healthiest form of exercise that can engage individuals with a variety of 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 will be given the opportunity to tell their story on their own personal ENA Foundation walker web page. Walkers will be 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 7 a.m. – 6 p.m. Registration, ENA Wired, Marketplace Express, Poster Sessions, ENA Foundation FUN-raising and Career Wellness friday, September 20 12 1.25 contact hours contact hours 8 – 9:15 A.m. general Session Functional Coalitions and Foundational Capabilities—The Path Forward for Emergency Preparedness LEM 1 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
    • Follow the action on #ENAAC13 10:15 – 11:30 a.m. (Continued) Concurrent Sessions Advanced Interpretation of Pediatric and Adult Vital Signs adv clin • 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 Medication Shortages clin • 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 clin • 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 Acid-Base Abnormalities Made Simple clin • 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, beta- agonists, sorbitol and hypertonic saline in electrolyte emergencies Corey M. Slovis, MD Trauma Management in the UK clin • 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 Armstrong, OBE, TD, MSc, BA(Hons), Dip IMC RCS(Ed), RGN, RMN Patient Satisfaction: Reducing Risk, Increasing Reimbursement LEM • 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 the emergency nurses’ liability Sarah F. Fontenot, JD, BSN Instill Compassion Back Into Your Practice in 60 Seconds or Less LEM • 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 q&s • 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 Ultrasound Lecture and Labs Lecture 10:15 – 11:30 a.m. 1.25 Contact hours Labs 11:45 a.m. – 12:15 P.m. 12:30 – 1 P.m. 1:15 – 1:45 P.m. 2 – 2:30 P.m. 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 required; limited capacity; no fee. Equipment provided by 11:45 a.m. – 1:15 p.m. Lunch in the Exhibit Hall Ticket Required 1:15 – 4:15 p.m. Hands-on Procedural Cadaver Lab Preregistration is required and must be made through the session sponsor. Visit www.ena.org/ac for more information. Sponsored by ENA Strategic Sponsor friday, September 20 13 1.25 contact hours
    • Follow the action on #ENAAC13 1:30 – 2:45 p.m. Concurrent Sessions Exploring Eye Emergencies adv prac • 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 Emergency Nursing Jeopardy adv clin • 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 Massive Transfusion: State-of-the- art Trauma Care Using Blood Component Therapy adv clin • 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 Death by Poison: 101 Bizarre Ways To Go clin • 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 clin • 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, ACNP-BC, CEN, CCRN, FAEN Wounded Warriors: PTSD and Suicide in Returning Veterans 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 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 Autism Is Speaking: Are We Listening? peds • 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, patient- centered care for patients with autism Elizabeth A. Mizerek, MSN, RN, CEN, CPEN, FN-CSA Real Food for Busy Nurses 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 friday, September 20 14 1.25 contact hours
    • Follow the action on #ENAAC13 3 – 4:15 p.m. Concurrent Sessions Prescribing for the Older Adult Patient in the ED 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, ACNP-BC, CEN, CCRN, FAEN Providing Evidence-based Care to Adults With Sickle Cell Disease adv clin • 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 (ED-SCANS) 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? clin • Learn how patients present to 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 clin • Understand the significant increase in psychiatric illnesses as a comorbidity 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 Demystifying and Improving Palliative and End-of-life Care in the ED clin • 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 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 LEM • Review best practices in emergency nursing documentation • Discuss common charting deficiencies • Learn how the medical record is used in litigation Edie Brous, JD, MS, MPH, BSN, RN The Good, The Bad and The Ugly of Social Media and Social Networking LEM • 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 Adolescent Risk Taking in the YouTube Generation peds • Discuss the evidence regarding violent media exposure and adolescent risk- taking behavior • Discuss specific adolescent risk-taking 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 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 II offered on Saturday, September 21 at 2 – 3:15 p.m. friday, September 20 15 1.25 contact hours
    • Follow the action on #ENAAC13 4:30 – 5 p.m. Fast Track sessions Call the OB Department, STAT! clin • 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 Chichester, BSN, RNC-OB When to Say Stop: Futile Treatment in the ED clin • Review the limitations and constraints to treatment in the ED • Discuss futility definitions and health care 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? clin • 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 Stroke: Right Brain Versus Left Brain clin • 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! 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 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 Blood Thinners: Do You Recognize Them All? pharm • 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 res • 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 p.m. Fast Track sessions The following are repeat courses. See Friday 4:30 – 5 p.m. for faculty and course descriptions. Call the OB Department, STAT! clin When to Say Stop: Futile Treatment in the ED clin What Is Energy Medicine? clin Stroke: Right Brain Versus Left Brain clin Social Media Isn’t Evil! LEM When Mr. Yuk Meets Mr. Bubble: A Primer on Pediatric Decontamination peds Blood Thinners: Do You Recognize Them All? pharm Preventing Pressure Ulcers in the Trauma Bay With Silicone Foam Dressings res friday, September 20 16 .5contact hour .5contact hour
    • Follow the action on #ENAAC13 6 – 7 P.M. Emerging Professionals 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 opportunity to mix, mingle and make more professional connections over light appetizers and a cash bar. Look for registration information in mid-July. Sponsored by ENA Strategic Supporter 7 p.m. A Night at the Grand Ole Opry™— An ENA Foundation Event Don’t miss this exciting event! What began as a simple radio broadcast in 1925 is now a live-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. A portion of the ticket price is a donation to the ENA Foundation. Two Packages to Choose From: VIP Package: $75 • Tier One Premium Floor Seating • Grand Ole Opry Picture Historic Book Friends Package: $50 • Tier Two Seating Act now, seating is limited. friday, September 20 17
    • Follow the action on #ENAAC13 6 – 7 a.m. Rise and Shine Wellness: Qigong (Key gong) 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. No Fee Registration is at the door, first-come first-served. 7 a.m. – 1 p.m. Poster Sessions 7 a.m. – 6:15 p.m. Registration, ENA Wired and Career Wellness 7 – 9 a.m. Certification Recognition Breakfast Put Away the Lawnmover, Charlie: Those Are Trees Out There 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 Sponsored by 8 – 9:15 a.m. Concurrent Sessions Optimizing Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation Using End-tidal CO2/Capnography adv prac • 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 Evaluation of Patients With LVAD and Total Artificial Heart in the ED adv clin • Review the evaluation of the patient with a LVAD and total artificial heart • Review the management of the patient with a 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 adv clin • Learn prehospital 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 clin • 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 clin • Discuss the 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 Improving Patient Throughput By Employing Best Practices 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 peds • 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 peds • Discuss the 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 saturday, September 21 18 1.25 contact hours 0.1 contact hour
    • Follow the action on #ENAAC13 8 – 9:15 a.m. (Continued) Concurrent Sessions Fundamentals of Procedural Sedation in the Emergency Department q&s • 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 Fatigue in Health Care wellness • Discuss The Joint Commission’s sentinel event alert related to fatigue in health care • 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 9 a.m. - 6:15 p.m. Marketplace Express and ENA Foundation FUN-raising 9:15 a.m. – noon ENA Foundation Jewelry Auction Bidding closes promptly at noon. 9:15 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. Exhibit Hall 9:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. IENR Research Lounge The Institute for Emergency Nursing Research (IENR) Advisory Council will host the Research Lounge. All attendees are welcome to stop by and 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 causal and relaxed environment. Refreshments will be served. Sponsored by 9:45 – 10:15 a.m. Fast Track sessions Early Perinatal Loss: What the Emergency Nurse Needs to Know clin • 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 Mama Trauma: Trauma in Pregnancy 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 Gilmore, MSN, RN, ACNS-BC, EMT-P Health Care Voluntourism: Virtuous or Injurious? clin • Review the reasons why many emergency nurses seek out opportunities to volunteer • Discuss the benefits of health care voluntouring • Discuss the controversies and risks of health care 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 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 peds • 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 saturday, September 21 19 .5contact hour 1.25 contact hours
    • Follow the action on #ENAAC13 9:45 – 10:15 a.m. (Continued) Fast Track sessions Shocking Facts About Kids in Shock 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 My Data, Your Data: The ED Benchmarking Collaborative q&s • Learn about the ED Benchmarking Collaborative and its up-to-date national benchmarks produced from collaborative data • Discover how data points are defined and established for upload into a Web-based tool • Learn how to create drillable charts, tables and dashboards using the tool Sheri L. Miller, BSN, RN, CEN Nurses and Healthy Lifestyles: Fact or Fiction wellness • Learn how overall nurse’s 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 a.m. – 12:15 p.m. Lunch in the Exhibit Hall Ticket Required 12:30 – 1:45 p.m. Concurrent Sessions Invisible and Visible Injury Patterns in Post 9/11 Veterans clin • 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 Toxicology in the Air: Outdoor Air Quality, ED Crowding and Nurse Advocacy 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? clin • Discuss chemicals, toxins and medications, including some of the new street drugs, such as K2, bath salts, and Molly’s plant food • Review their 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 clin • 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 life- threatening and benign causes of dizziness Bruce M. Lo, MD, RDMS, FACEP Bariatric Surgery: Evidence-based Updates clin • Discuss the various types of bariatric surgery including benefits and complications • Learn how to modify assessments and interventions associated with the specific problems of patients who have had bariatric surgery • Review a case study of a patient who had bariatric surgery with a life- threatening emergency Ruth E. Rea, PhD, RN saturday, September 21 20 1.25 contact hours .5contact hour
    • Follow the action on #ENAAC13 12:30 – 1:45 p.m. (Continued) Concurrent Sessions Developing Emergency Nursing Research With Existing Data res • Learn how to extract and analyze existing data for new knowledge in emergency nursing practice • Review research designs that use existing data to solve problems important to emergency nurses • Develop a research question, review methods to extract data and select appropriate statistical methods Darrell R. Spurlock, Jr., PhD, RN, NEA-BC Engaging Employees and Hardwiring Success 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 Staying Afloat: How Do We Keep Up? wellness • Find out how nurse leaders can stay updated, connected and empowered in today’s health care environment • Understand how embracing these new possibilities are a necessity when dealing with the challenges in the next decade • Understand the power and dynamics of the current four-generational workplace Jeanne J. Venella, DNP, MS, RN, CEN, CPEN On The Road: Patient and Nurse Safety During Transports in the Hospital q&s • 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 Using the Haddon’s Matrix to Identify Critical Events for Emergency Nurses Assaulted at Work 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 2 – 3:15 p.m. Concurrent Sessions An Evidence-based Approach to the Treatment of North American Venomous Snakebites adv prac • Learn about common venomous snakes by geographic region and risk factors associated with envenomations • Review pathophysiology of venom effects, prehospital 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 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 clin • 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 Body Art Gone Wrong: Emergency Department Implications of Body Modification clin • 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 Recognition, Assessment and Management of Brain Attacks clin • 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 saturday, September 21 21 1.25 contact hours 1.25 contact hours
    • Follow the action on #ENAAC13 2 – 3:15 p.m. (Continued) Concurrent Sessions Understanding Neonates peds • 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 Staying Awake on the Night Shift q&s • 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 q&s • 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 Research and Evidence-based Practice Paper Presentations II: Changing Your Practice 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 offered on Friday, September 20 at 3 – 4:15 p.m. 3:30 – 4 p.m. Fast Track sessions The following are repeat courses. See Saturday, 9:45 – 10:15 a.m. for faculty and course descriptions. Early Perinatal Loss: What the Emergency Nurse Needs to Know clin Mama Trauma: Trauma in Pregnancy clin Health Care Voluntourism: Virtuous or Injurious? clin Building a Therapeutic Hypothermia Program for Comatose Post-cardiac Arrest Survivors LEM Pediatric Head Injury Triage peds Shocking Facts About Kids in Shock peds My Data, Your Data: The ED Benchmarking Collaborative q&s Nurses and Healthy Lifestyles: Fact or Fiction wellness saturday, September 21 22 1.25 contact hours .5contact hour
    • Follow the action on #ENAAC13 5:45 - 6:15 p.m. Farewell Matinée The Farewell Matinée, filled with all the fun and learning experiences of conference, provides the closing to the 2013 ENA Annual Conference. Sponsored by ENA Strategic Sponsor 7:30 p.m. Annual Awards Gala 2013 Live from “Music City—Songwriting Capitol 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 p.m. Dinner at 8:15 p.m. Cost: $110 per person including dinner; cash bar Attire: Black-tie optional, with/without a country style flare Master of Ceremonies: Terry M. Foster, MSN, RN, CEN, CCRN, FAEN saturday, September 21 23 contact hours 4:15 – 5:45 p.m. closing Session Unsung Hero LEM 1 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
    • Follow the action on #ENAAC13 faculty listing Denise Abernethy, MSN, RN, CEN Director, Emergency Services, University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, Shadyside Hospital, Pittsburg, 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 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 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 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 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 Nancy J. Denke, MSN, FNP-BC, ACNP-BC, CEN, CCRN, FAEN Trauma Nurse Practitioner, Scottsdale Healthcare, Scottsdale, AZ Dian D. Evans, PhD, FNP-BC Clinical Assistant Professor, Nell Hodgson Woodruff School of Nursing, Emory University, Atlanta, GA Sarah F. Fontenot, JD, BSN Professor for Legal Aspects of Health Care 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 Physician Assistant, Team Health Atlantic, Blacksburg, VA Lisa Gilmore, MSN, RN, ACNS-BC, EMT-P Emergency Trauma Center Clinical Educator, Mercy Hospital, Springfield, MO William 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 Washington-Tacoma, 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 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 Federal Recovery Coordinator, Department of Veterans Affairs/Walter Reed National Military Medical Center, Bethesda, MD Sheri L. Miller, BSN, RN, CEN ED Clinical Information Systems Coordinator, Sinai Hospital of Baltimore, Baltimore, MD 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 24
    • Follow the action on #ENAAC13 faculty listing 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 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 Washington, Tacoma, 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 Darrell R. Spurlock, Jr., PhD, RN, NEA-BC Senior Nurse Researcher, Riverside Methodist Hospital, Columbus, OH Carolyn H. Sutch, BSN, RN, CEN, CHTP RN4, Shore Health Systems, Easton, MD 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 25 2013 Conference planning committee CHairperson Alicia R. Dean, MSN, RN, APRN, CNS MEMBERS Electra Allen, BSN, RN Sherri-Lynne A. Almeida, DrPH, MSN, MEd, RN, CEN, FAEN Kathy M. Dolan, MSHA, RN, CEN, CPHRM Dorothy A. Duncan, DNP, RN, ACNP-BC, CEN, CCRN Karie J. Pearce, BSN, RN, CEN Anne Stefanoski, BSN, RN, CEN Onsite Liaison Carol “Liz” E. Reeves, BS, RN, EMT 2013 President JoAnn Lazarus, MSN, RN, CEN
    • Follow the action on #ENAAC13 Three Ways to Register Online: www.ena.org/ac Fax: 866-654-4048 or 514-380-9363 Mail: 2013 Annual Conference c/o Showcare Registration 1200 G Street NW, Suite 800 Washington, D.C. 20005-6705 JOIN ENA AND SAVE! Join ENA to instantly qualify for member registration rates. A current ENA membership application along with dues payment must be submitted with your registration to be eligible for member registration fees. Information on ENA member benefits is available at www.ena.org or by calling Member Services at 800-900-9659. Complete the membership application and submit it with your registration. TRANSFER OF REGISTRATION In the event that you are unable to attend the meeting, your registration is transferable at no additional charge. Please complete a registration form for the individual who will be replacing you. Fax (866-654-4048) or e-mail (ena@showcare.com) the completed form along with written notice authorizing substitution. CANCELLATIONS AND REFUNDS For ENA members taking advantage of the deposit plan, your $100 deposit is non-refundable. All membership dues, donations to ENA Foundation or additional events with a fee are non-refundable at any time. You may cancel your registration without cause by notifying the ENA Registration Bureau in writing via fax, e-mail or mail on or before August 20, 2013. Cancellations received on or before this date will be refunded less a $50 processing or $100 deposit option if applicable, and any additional events. After the cancellation deadline, refunds may be considered in the event of extenuating circumstances. Submit your request as outlined above no later than October 7, 2013. You will be notified via e-mail as to the status of your request. If approved, you will be refunded in full, less the $50 processing fee or the $100 deposit option if applicable, and any non-refundable events. Approved refunds will be processed in the name of the original payer within four to six weeks after the receipt of the initial request. Refund requests received after October 7, 2013 will not be considered. RFID CARDS Radio-frequency identification (RFID) cards will be issued to all registered attendees. This card contains the information that you provided on your registration form such as employer, address, telephone, fax and e-mail address and is your electronic business card when visiting exhibitor booths in the exhibit hall. When this card is scanned by an exhibitor, they can automatically download the attendee information you provided. The data on the card is encrypted to ensure your privacy. CONTACT INFORMATION The information provided on the registration form is available to exhibitors for purchase, if you provide your permission. Exhibitors will use this information to send you pre-show mailers or company information. If you do not wish to receive this information, please check the box which appears on the registration form (i.e., I do not wish to receive important supplemental ENA 2013 Annual Conference information from partners and vendors). Resource Room for New Mothers Visit the ENA Registration Help Desk for more information. AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT If you require special materials or services as covered under the Americans with Disabilities Act, please advise ENA Meetings and Conferences via e-mail at AnnualConference@ena.org or mail to 915 Lee Street, Des Plaines, IL 60016-6569. Notice must be received in writing by August 5, 2013. QUESTIONS? For registration questions, please call 866-320-3203, 514-228-3203 (international calls) or e-mail the registrar at ena@showcare.com. For educational program information, please call ENA Conference Services staff at 800-900-9659, ext. 4122. DEPOSIT PLAN ENA members have an opportunity to place a non-refundable $100 deposit on a three-day registration. This gives you the option to pay your balance prior to the conference or onsite, giving you the flexibility you need. Any additional special events or pre-session requires full payment at time of registration. REGISTRATION FEES You must be a current ENA member to be eligible for member fees. Registration forms must be postmarked by deadline dates for registration discounts. registration 26 Register Now! Register Now! Three-day Fees Postmarked by 7/25 After 7/25 or Onsite ENA member $425 $495 NSNA member $170 $235 Nonmember $585 $625 *NSNA member category is reserved for NSNA members (student nurses) who are in the process of completing their primary nursing education. ENA members who have attained their primary nursing education may not register under this category. Two-day Fees Postmarked by 7/25 After 7/25 or Onsite ENA member $385 $445 Nonmember $525 $565 One-day Fees Postmarked by 7/25 After 7/25 or Onsite ENA member $205 $305 Nonmember $300 $360 Presession Fees Postmarked by 7/25 After 7/25 or Onsite Conference Attendee $95 $155 Non Conference Attendee $120 $180 General Assembly Fees Members Only General Assembly + Thursday $115
    • Follow the action on #ENAAC13 REGISTRATION FOR Pre-sessions ONLY The half-day pre-sessions offer 3.0 contact hours. ENA’s practice is to extend pre-session registration to ENA Annual Conference attendees only. However, registration is available for pre-sessions only based on remaining availability as of July 25, 2013. Registration for pre-sessions only will not be accepted before July 25, 2013 or after September 2, 2013. You may register for pre-sessions only during this time period by using any of the available registration methods (fax, online or mail). Fees Member Nonmember Half-day Pre-session $120 $180 GUEST REGISTRATION Guests, age 18 or older, may accompany a one-, two- or three- day 2013 Annual Conference registrant. Guests may not be ENA members. A name badge is required to attend social functions and the exhibits. Guests will not be admitted to educational sessions.  Guest Fee $150 registration (continued) ENA TRAVEL SERVICES Take advantage of exclusive discounts on American, Delta and United Airlines. ENA Travel Services is the only place for you to receive up to a 5 percent discount on airfare to the meeting. There are two easy ways to book your airline tickets: Visit www.amtrav.com/ena to view all airlines and schedules with one quick search. Easy access is available with your name and email address. There is no charge to search airfare and a $9 charge to ticket online. Call AmTrav Corporate Travel at 800-795-8371 and the knowledgeable agents are available to take your calls 24 hours per day Monday through Friday and 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Central Time on Saturday and Sunday. There is no charge for questions and a $25 charge to purchase a ticket using an agent over the phone. AIRPORT TRANSPORTATION The Gaylord Opryland Resort and Convention Center offers daily roundtrip shuttle service from the Nashville International Airport to the hotel/convention center and return to the airport. The shuttle runs daily every 30 minutes and costs $40 round-trip per person or $30 per person one-way. Several companies provide taxicab service to/from the Nashville International Airport. Follow the signs from Baggage Claim to Terminal 1 where cabs are waiting at curbside. The average fare to the Gaylord Opryland Resort and Convention Center is $25 one-way. The Gaylord Opryland Resort & Convention Center Hotel Information Located in the heart of exciting Nashville, Tennessee—Music City, USA—is the flagship of Gaylord Hotels®—Gaylord Opryland® Resort & Convention Center (a Marriott hotel). Just 10 minutes from Nashville International Airport and easily accessible to all of Music City’s legendary attractions, including the Grand Ole Opry™, Ryman Auditorium and the General Jackson Showboat to name a few. Gaylord Opryland Resort and Convention Center (A Marriott hotel) (ENA headquarters hotel) 2800 Opryland Drive Nashville, TN 37214 $179 Standard room single/double occupancy $244 Garden view with patio or balcony single/double occupancy Room rates subject to state taxes, local taxes and a $2.50 nightly city fee. Hotel may offer more than two people per room, based on availability (expect rates to be higher).To take advantage of the ENA discounted convention rate, rooms must be booked by Friday, August 16, 2013. Reservations will be processed on a first-come, first-served basis. Go to www.ena.org to reserve a hotel room now! Transportation & accommodations 27