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Emergency Neurological Life Support (ENLS)


        

Emergency Neurological Life Support (ENLS): 
What to do in the critical first hours of a neurological emergency

The ENLS course is designed to help healthcare professionals improve patient care and outcomes during the critical first hours of a patient’s neurological emergency.  ENLS demonstrates a collaborative, multi-disciplinary approach and provides a consistent set of protocols, practical checklists, decision points, and suggested communication to use during patient management.  This activity is designated for a maximum of 15 AMA PRA CME credits upon completion.

ENLS BENEFITS

  • Advanced knowledge
  • Improved patient care and outcomes
  • Current information on advancements in treatment
  • A select set of topics directly relevant to neurocritical care
MDs, critical care nurses, and other professionals who treat neurological emergencies benefit from ENLS's in-depth presentations of 13 critical topics including Ischemic Stroke, Subarachnoid Hemorrhage, Traumatic Brain Injury, and Intracranial Hypertension and Herniation.
 
 

 

 

Enroll in ENLS by choosing one of the three options below:

For more information about ENLS, click here:

  


Refund Policy:

  • A refund may only occur within 60 days of purchase.
  • A refund is not permissible after the ENLS account has been accessed.
  • In the case of an individual registration for a live event or conference, the above apply, and a refund is not permitted after the course has taken place. A request must be made within 24 hours of the live course.
  • All refund requests should be sent to info2@neurocriticalcare.org 

Any questions concerning ENLS should be emailed to info2@neurocriticalcare.org


Course Pricing

Individual Pricing


Designed for individuals that would like to do a self-paced course.  Licenses are good for one year from date of purchase. Prices are based on the country in which you reside, not country of origin.

Physicians

Reside in the US or non Group A or B countries

$300

Reside in Group A countries on the International Rate Guide

$250

Reside in Group B countries on the International Rate Guide

$75

Non-Physician Healthcare Professionals

Reside in the US or non Group A or B countries

$150

Reside in Group A countries on the International Rate Guide

$125

Reside in Group B countries on the  International Rate Guide

$40

In-Training (Fellows/Residents/Students)

Individuals in training in ACGME-accredited programs (US, Canada and Non Group A or B countries)

$100

Individuals in training in ACGME-accredited programs (Reside in Group A countries on the International Rate Guide)

 $85

Individuals in training in ACGME-accredited Programs (Reside in Group B countries on the International Rate Guide)   


 

$25

 

Group Pricing


Designed for institutions, conferences, and bundled online units of 25 or more. Access codes are good for one year from the date of purchase. Prices are based on the country in which you reside, not country of origin.

Physicians

Reside in the US or Non Group A or B Countries

$150

Reside in Group A countries on the International Rate Guide

$125

Reside in Group B countries on the International Rate Guide

$40

Non-Physician Healthcare Professionals

Reside in the US or Non Group A or B Countries

$75

Reside in Group A countries on the International Rate Guide

$60

Reside in Group B countries on the  International Rate Guide

$20

In-Training (Fellows/Residents/Students)

Physicians in-training in ACGME-accredited programs (US, Canada or Non Group A or B residencies)

 $50

Physicians in-training in ACGME-accredited programs ( Reside in Group A countries on the International Rate Guide

 $40

Physicians in-training in ACGME-accredited programs (Reside in Group B countries on the International Rate Guide

 $10

Train-the-Trainer Course


Designed for NCS Members who have completed and passed the ENLS Course and would like to become certified to teach live ENLS courses. 

Click here to learn more about how to become a certified ENLS Trainer.

 

Costs associated with hiring a Facilitator for your institution


If you would like a Facilitator to come to your institution to teach the ENLS in a classroom format, you must pay, at minimum, these things for your Facilitator: economy-class tickets, hotel, meals for two days (the institution is free to provide additional compensation).

Facilitators must have successfully completed the ENLS Train-the-Trainer program, and they are required to re-certify every two years.

Payment structure: A minimum of three faculty for international courses-- one local and two NCS


What others are saying about ENLS

“We had a great turnout for our ENLS event. This course really served to coordinate our departments and provide useful information for both our nurses and providers. We look forward to offering the course again in the near future!”
~ Tara D. Box, RN, BSN, CNOR, Clinical Education Supervisor, Crouse Hospital

ENLS was tough and useful. It is an amazing compilation of important and succinct information, with practical implications. Many primary specialty textbooks do not contain the information provided by ENLS, especially up-to-date details that guide fast-paced management decisions from the first encounter with the neurological or neurosurgical patient in the ED to his/her long-term NICU stay. Despite the fact that I am a mid-career neurointensivist with years of experience, I found few module questions quite challenging. I have definitely learned something new.”
~ Panayiotis Varelas, MD, Henry Ford Hospital
 
The ENLS course is a great nursing tool. The course covers all the important aspects of early care and treatment for neuro patients; and the opportunity to complete the course online - at my own pace - is a perfect fit for busy neurocritical care nurses who want to advance their knowledge and skill.” 
~ Dai Wai M. Olson, PhD, RN, University of Texas Southwestern

ENLS is a copyrighted by The Neurocritical Care Society, 2013. Information contained herein may not be reproduced without consent of the Neurocritical Care Society. The information and materials posted here are for information purposes only.  The information provided is not comprehensive or error-free and any use of the protocols is at your own risk.  The protocols do not establish a standard of care and are meant to be advisory only for health care professionals.  Neither NCS nor the authors or contributors to the protocols have any liability for use of these protocols in clinical care. Use of ENLS materials is covered by the Terms of Use of the Neurocritical Care Society.