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Practical Strategies to Address the Challenges of Today's SCHOOL NURSE

  • HAMPTON INN & SUITES CRABTREE VALLEY 3920 Arrow Drive Raleigh, NC, 27612 United States (map)

Specifically Designed for School Nurses, District Nurses, School Health Services Coordinators and Other Staff Working in the School Health Office Serving Grades K 12

  • Review “serious scenarios” of real medical emergencies that occur to students under your care  …  Utilize the latest research for the best outcomes during a medical crisis

  • Apply today’s research to recognize adverse childhood experiences, anxiety in students and gain mental health strategies to support students with anxiety

  • Respond with greater confidence to medical emergencies in the school setting … Implement medical emergency response and care plans during lockdowns and evacuations to keep staff and students safer at school

  • Examine the latest in supplies, trainings and protocols for health care delivery in today’s school health office, including what’s in your AED cabinet: trauma supplies and stock medications

Practical Ideas and Strategies

If you are looking for the current, best ideas and resources to enhance your effectiveness as a school nurse, you will not want to miss this one-day seminar. During this intensive day, outstanding school nurse, Sandra Moritz, will share dozens of proven ways to more effectively address the speed bumps of school nursing to make your practice more efficient as well as safer from hazards and liability.

Sandra will share numerous personal tips and practical ideas she has gathered throughout her extensive school nursing experience that will increase your effectiveness. Research and experience-driven ideas will help you create an atmosphere that reduces the stress from the varied challenges you experience in your role as a school nurse and student health advocate. You’ll learn practical ways to more effectively address a variety of today’s school health issues including assessments, infection prevention, trauma and injuries.

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