Jennifer R. Buettner, RN, CEN, currently serves as the Nurse Education Coordinator in the Atlanta, Georgia area. In this role, Mrs. Buettner works to advance emergency nurses through education and evidence-based practice. Jennifer finds great joy in helping other grow professionally and cultivate their inner gifts and talents. She has developed ER orientation processes and education courses for several Emergency Departments. In her 19 years of ER nursing experience, she has spent several years precepting and orienting new emergency nurses and has served as a legal nurse consultant. Mrs. Buettner holds certifications in BDLS, ADLS, and as a Certified Emergency Nurse (CEN), and serves as an ACLS, PALS, and CPR instructor. Jennifer is a course coordinator for TNCC and ENPC. She is a current member of the Emergency Nurses Association and advocate for the Certified Emergency Nursing exam. She received the Faculty Award for the graduate who “has achieved excellence in both the academic and clinical settings and who best exemplifies the total integration of program philosophy to professional performance” (March 1999). In 2010, Jennifer was nominated as nurse of the year for Atlanta Journal Constitution award. She was a finalist for the 2016 Atlanta March of Dime's Nurse of the Year Award. Her passion to teach and mentor new ER nurses led her to create an original ER orientation manual and program made specifically for new emergency nurses and their preceptors
Fast Facts for the ER Nurse
Fast Facts for the ER Nurse is only Emergency Nursing Orientation book of it's kind. With it's handy portable pocket size, it has everything an ER nurse needs to know in one condensed little book. It was written by a expert ER nurse for ER Nurses. It includes real life practical ED tips and pointers. The newly revised third edition of the best selling orientation guide for novice ER Nurses delivers important clinical updates across body systems in an easy to read on the move bullet-point format. Addition Instructor resources are available for the Emergency Nurse classroom setting. Including a new chapter on hematological emergencies with evidence-based practice for sickle cell care management, all sections of this new edition have been thoroughly updated to supplement the ER nurses busy day to day orientation process.