Emergencies can strike at any moment and advanced preparedness is the most effective way to cope. Amid the constantly changing healthcare scenario, advancements in emergency nursing have broadened the scope for better trauma care through precise training and education. A pioneer in emergency nursing, the Emergency Nurses Association (ENA) is committed to all aspects of emergency healthcare by keeping nurses updated with best practices.
MedLern is excited to collaborate with ENA to bring Trauma Nursing Core Course (TNCC) certificate courses for nurses in India. The informative webinar on 16th February 2022 provided a deeper perspective on ways to advance & enhance the quality of trauma nursing care.
How trauma care programmes equip nurses to deliver better care.
Importance of TNCC to improve safety & care of trauma patients.
ENA & global strategies on trauma care.
The latest in trauma nursing practice.
Chief Growth Officer
Terrence has served as the Chief Growth Officer of Emergency Nurses Association since February of 2014 where he is responsible for Business Development, Sales, Marketing, PR and Communication, and the ENA Foundation. Terrence also plays a key role in ENA’s international strategic partnerships.
With more than twenty years of experience in the non-profit and business sectors, he has spent most of his career in healthcare and human services. Understanding the many challenges that exist in healthcare, In his role he builds strong relationships to support Emergency Nurses and those they touch.
Terrence believes in the old cliché of “to whom much is given much is expected”.
Katrina Ceci, MSN, RN, TCRN, CPEN, NPD-BC, CEN, is ENA’s Director of Educational Content. A lifetime member before joining ENA as staff, Katrina has been an emergency nurse since 1995.
Precepting nursing students sparked a passion for education early in her career. Past professional roles include staff RN, education coordinator, trauma coordinator, travel RN, and clinical instructor. Staffing and/or teaching at Level I Trauma Centers, inner-city hospitals, community hospitals, a stand-alone ED, international hospitals, critical access hospitals, and a specialty cardiac/orthopedic hospital have provided great insight into the support needs of emergency nurses.
Her master’s thesis was “Horizontal Violence in the ED.” Katrina is honored to serve the discipline she so loves.
Director of Educational Content
Director of Educational Content
An emergency nurse since 1995 and a lifetime member before joining ENA as staff, Katrina Ceci is the staff liaison for the Course Administration Faculty Committee, the ENPC and TNCC Review Committees, the ENPC and TNCC Revision Work Teams, the Geriatric Committee, and the Sheehy’s Manual of Emergency Care 8th Edition Revision Work Team.
With the passion for educating nursing students early in her career, Katrina taught ACLS, ACLS-Experienced Provider, ATCN, BLS, CATN, an Emergency Nursing/CEN review course, ENPC, PALS, and TNCC. Developing new instructors and helping health systems deliver their own courses, her past professional roles include staff RN, education coordinator, trauma coordinator, travel RN, and clinical instructor.
Katrina is experienced in staffing and teaching at Level I Trauma Centers, inner-city hospitals, community hospitals, a stand-alone ED, international hospitals, critical access hospitals, and a specialty cardiac/orthopedic hospital providing great insight into the support needs of emergency nurses.
Dr. Metilda Vincent
Associate Nursing Superintendent & Academics skill trainer
PES Medical College
Dr. Metilda has done her BSC in Nursing, MSc in Medical Surgical Nursing (Critical Care) PhD in Nursing. Currently Working as Associate Nursing Superintendent and Academics skill trainer at PES Medical College, Kuppam, Chittoor, Andhra Pradesh. Dr Metilda has also done Certificate course on Quality Management in Health Care.
Disclaimer: No certificates will be given out on attending this webinar.