Caring for Patients in Crisis
November 7, 2018
7 a.m. – 3 p.m.
This is a great opportunity to meet other emergency nurses, obtain nursing CNE hours, and hear internationally recognized speakers. Featured topics are human trafficking, resilience, pediatric suicide, and trauma update. We are offering a special discounted rate of $25 for ENA members which includes the conference, submitting for CNEs, continental breakfast and lunch. We welcome new members to become involved in all of our committees.
We would like to give back to ENA members by offering a free evening social activity with light hors d’hourves and beverages from 7 – 9 p.m. Tuesday evening. There is a discounted hotel rate for Tuesday night for those who want to stay overnight before the conference.
Dr. Hanni Stoklosa, MD, MPH
The Co-Founder of HEAL Trafficking is an Emergency Physician at BWH with appointments at Harvard Medical School and the Harvard Humanitarian Initiative. She is a well-recognized researcher, advocate, and speaker on human trafficking. She is co-editor of the book Human Trafficking Is a Public Health Issue.
Robin Farnsworth RN, BSN
An emergency registered nurse, inspirational speaker, and writer who lives on Cape Cod. Robin runs Higher Ground, a Christian ministry for incarcerated women. Robin is the author of The Greater Weight of Glory her memoir experience as an emergency nurse when her son is the patient.
Maureen Curtis Cooper BSN RN CPEN CEN FAEN
This 2016-2018 ENA Director has over 40 years as a level one pediatric emergency RN. Maureen lectures on pediatric and emergency topics including course director for ENA’s TNCC and ENPC regionally and internationally. She was inducted in the first class of Academy of Emergency Nursing.
Diane Gurney MS, RN, CEN, CTRN, FAEN
Diane has over 40 years’ experience as an emergency nurse, educator, trauma coordinator and manager. She is the JEN Trauma Notebook Section Editor. Diane was ENA National President in 2010 and past Massachusetts ENA President. She was the TNCC lead editor and ENPC manual editor.
Beth Milaszewski, LICSW
A graduate of Boston College who worked at AllOne Health Resources Employee Assistance Program for 7 years. Beth assists first responders, military personnel, abuse survivors, suicidality, substance misuse, and PTSD. Beth incorporates her training in Eye Movement Desensitization and Repro-cessing (EMDR) which is best practice for PTSD during her work.
Best Western Royal Plaza Hotel and Trade Center
181 Boston Post Road West, Marlborough, MA 01752
ENA Members – $25
Non-ENA Members – $100
This course has been submitted for Continuing Nursing Education Hours. Full conference attendance is required for CNE hours. No partial CNE hours will be given.
Patricia A. Normandin
MAENA Education Chairperson