Welcome to the Emergency Nursing 2022 (EN22) 
Exhibitor & Sponsor Resource Center!

Emergency Nursing 2022 is the premier professional nursing conference dedicated to defining the future of emergency nursing through advocacy, education, research, innovation, leadership, and more.


Emergency Nursing 2022 promises to deliver influential, decision makers directly to you during a four-day, in-person event at the Colorado Convention Center in Denver, Colorado, September 30-October 3, 2022.


The past two years have been challenging for everyone, but what continues to remain unchanged is the resiliency of emergency nurses! With four days of powerful sessions, live simulations, and networking opportunities, it is the must attend nursing conference of the year! 


Who We Are

For over 50 years ENA ® has been the leading association that connects, educates, and advocates for the improvement of the emergency nursing profession.  ENA counts over 50,000 emergency room nurses worldwide as members.  

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About EN22: Demographics

Emergency Nursing brings together a vast network of emergency nurses and emergency department professionals from all levels to define the future of our industry. Emergency Nursing 2022 attendees often have direct input and influence on the equipment and training they utilize in the emergency department. More than influencers, they can significantly affect what is purchased for the ED. 


Areas of Practice

Staff Nurse  57%

Management  20%

Specialty Nurse  9%

Education  6%

Advanced  3%

Other  5%

Attendee Employers

Community Hospital 64% 

University Medical Center 15% 

County Hospital 5% 

Military/Government Hospital 3% 

College/University 2%

Other  11% 

Years of Experience

1 - 2


3 - 5


6 - 10


11 -15


16 - 20




Whether you’re a corporate partner, nurse recruiter or nursing school institution, reaching Emergency Nursing 2022 attendees is key to growing market share in the emergency department space. 

Become an exhibitor today and join over 4,000 emergency nursing professionals with the common goal of discovering recent advances related to the care of emergency department patients.