This award recognizes a media presentation (television, radio, internet, or print) that portrays emergency
nursing in a positive, accurate, and professional manner. This presentation may have been created
primarily to educate the consumer about emergency nursing or emergency care issues or it may have
been developed for other purposes.
The committee will use a standardized 10 point scoring scale, with 10 being highly qualified, to score the
weighted criteria below to evaluate the details you provide in your nomination.
Presentation was developed without solicitation by ENA or any other organization for marketing,
recruitment, or membership purposes or used for such after release.
Presentation televised, aired, or published between January 1st and December 31st of the year
prior to the award year.
ENA membership is not required to receive the Media Award.
1. The presentation, program, or other media content is consistent with the ENA Standards of Emergency
Nursing and official ENA opinions and beliefs.
2. The presentation reflects the professional aspects of nursing (caring, compassion, critical thinking,
3. The presentation provides the consumer with information/education regarding emergency care and/or
issues, and reflects a high standard of professional production.