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Welcome to the website for CTENA
The Connecticut State Council
Emergency Nurses Association

www.ena.org

see our page "About Us" for news on national conference
also
see our meeting and education pages for the latest offerings


Call for CTENA Nominations for 2017
for information please click here


Attention CTENA Members,
if you are interested or planning to attend the National ENA conference in Los Angeles, California in September 2016, please go to the document library on this website and click on the 2016 Delegate Point System for more information on how you may qualify to attend as a delegate. This is a great informative and educational opportunity.


Thank-you to all who attended & supported CTENA's ASCEND conference.
CTENA President Kara Cleveland & President-Elect Wendy Wheeler with Nursing Students at ASCEND 2015




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A message from our 2014 CTENA President   click here 



ADVANCE - 2014


Mary Bylone & Helen Kenny above celebrating Emergency Nurses Day on October 9th in Norwich, CT.
CTENA sponsored a dinner & learn session prior to the monthly board meeting.
Mary was the speaker & her topic was Healthy Work Environment.



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CTENA President-Elect Colleen Desai & CTENA President Helen Kenny at NERS. 
Colleen received the Karen O'Neill Award Professional Award. 
See our NERS page under education for details.




CTENA received The State Achievement Award at Leadership in Florida 2/2013. 
Pictured above is CTENA President-Elect Colleen Desai and CTENA 
President Helen Kenny with Connecticut's Award.









  








  
 
 





 

 








 




 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  

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