Still time to join the program: Abstracts are invited by 15 September 2023 for posters on the following topics
Innovations emergency care across the globe
Emergency care of vulnerable groups
Mass shootings and urban violence
Emergency care in difficult and hostile environments.
Specialties in emergency nursing and advanced practice
Innovations in pre-hospital care
Research and education
Patient safety and non-technical skills
Pandemic planning & management
Stress, coping and building a resilient emergency care workforce
An abstract of not more than 300 words (plus between 2-5 references to support the evidence-base of the abstract content) is required.
Any research reported MUST have commenced at the time of the abstract submission.
Successfully submitted abstracts will be acknowledged with an electronic receipt including an abstract reference number, which should be quoted in all correspondence. Allow at least 2 hours for your receipt to be returned to you.
Once the paper is accepted, at least one of the authors must register for the conference and present the paper at the conference.
For revisions or queries regarding papers already submitted
If you do not receive acknowledgement for your abstract submission or you wish to make any essential revisions to an abstract already submitted, please DO NOT RESUBMIT your abstract, as this may lead to duplication. Please email the Conference Content Executive(opens in new tab/window) with details of any revisions or queries. Please quote your reference number if you have one.
Please do not email credit card information under any circumstances.
Abstracts are invited on the following conference themes by 19 May 2023.
1. Emergency care in different environments
These abstracts should focus on delivering care in different environments or austere circumstances; an emphasis on learning lessons from these situations or conditions is highly desirable. Examples of the type of presentations may include, but not be limited to, the following (for illustrative purposes only):
Initiatives that have improved care
Care in a global environment
Disaster & humanitarian nursing/emergency care
Vulnerable populations including refugees and migrants
Military nursing emergencies
Trauma emergency care
2. Specialties in emergency care
These abstracts should focus on different patient or client groups and challenges and opportunities they present. Examples of the type of presentations may include, but not be limited to, the following (for illustrative purposes only):
Care of the older person
Paediatric/adolescent emergency care
Resuscitation and critical care
3. Pre-hospital care
These abstracts should focus on the care given in the field outside of the clinical environment. Examples of the type of presentations may include, but not be limited to, the following (for illustrative purposes only):
Assessment & treatment of medical conditions
Education & training of medical teams-first responders; ambulance professionals; nurses; physicians
4. Advanced practice
These abstracts should focus on advancing practice or new roles in emergency care. Examples of the type of presentations may include, but not be limited to, the following (for illustrative purposes only):
Emergency nurse/care practitioner development
Advanced clinical practitioners in hospital and pre hospital
Out reach and in reach services
Critical care paramedics
Helicopter Emergency Medical Services (HEMS)
5. Research, service evaluation and education
These abstracts should focus on original research, service evaluation, literature reviews or new approaches to education or staff development. Examples of the type of presentations may include, but not be limited to, the following (for illustrative purposes only):
Clinical decision making in emergency care
Research issues & methodology
Evidence based emergency care
Simulation in emergency care in hospital /pre hospital
6. Quality, patient safety and non-technical skills
These abstracts should focus on areas of improvement in patient safety, risk reduction strategies or work related to human factors, crew resource management or other non-technical skills. Examples of the type of presentations may include, but not be limited to, the following (for illustrative purposes only):
Medico-legal issues in emergency care
Quality and governance in emergency care
Technological issues in emergency care
Global Delegate Place – Sponsored by ENA
Please note: Application for this Global Delegate Place is now closed
We are delighted to confirm that a global delegate place will be available at the 4th Global Conference on Emergency Nursing and Trauma Care, sponsored by ENA. The global delegate place is open to delegates from developing countries (Developing countries as listed on the UN List of LDCs(opens in new tab/window))
The lucky winner will receive:
A complimentary registration to attend the conference
Up to €1200 towards economy class travel to the conference
Up to 4 nights’ accommodation at the conference hotel
Please note that no further applications will be accepted after this date.
Reasons why being a sponsor is a brilliant marketing strategy
Highly targeted marketing – reach your community
Brand awareness & recognition – logo and advertisement placement
Access to knowledge – find out about new research being undertaken
Engage with your audience – at the event and online
Media exposure - benefit from being promoted throughout Elsevier’s marketing process
Enhance credibility – highlight your company’s expertise to a captive audience
Generate new sales & form new partnerships – with registrants, vendors and speakers
Leveraged lead generation - the chance to be recommended to attendees’ connections
An exhibition will run alongside the conference sessions. Space is available on a first-come, first-served basis. In addition, a range of commercial sponsorship opportunities are available.
To discuss your requirements or to book sponsorship or exhibit space please contact:
Chloe Partridge Sales Manager STMJ Conferences | Elsevier The Boulevard | Langford Lane | Kidlington | Oxford | OX5 1GB Email : [email protected] (opens in new tab/window)(Please do not email credit card information under any circumstances) T: +44 1865 84 3846 | F: +44 1865 84 3973 | M: +44 0777 184 0678
Emergency Nurses Association (ENA)
The Emergency Nurses Association is a premier professional nursing association dedicated to defining the future of emergency nursing through advocacy, education, research, innovation, and leadership.
With nearly 50,000 members worldwide, ENA advocates for patient safety, develops industry-leading practice standards and guidelines, and guides emergency health care public policy.