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Click to edit Master subtitle style  2/17/11 The Role of the School Nurse Debra Stewart, RN, BSN, NCSN Chaunta Patten, RN, BSN
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 2/17/11 Dispelling The Myths  {2B13E9CD-A982-4EC2-A940-DEDA97D517A2} The Band Aid Lady?
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 2/17/11 History {A0C77DD9-D87B-4B0E-BFAD-9A35DBD7A7D8} nursing evolved from public health nursing {34A288B1-6811-4584-B66B-480855A288B6} the way and instituted ordinances that oversaw the health of school aged ch {E1B0877C-1D39-4EFF-A5D5-6919F328B62A} The USA followed suit in 1894 with ordinances for physicians
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 2/17/11 School Nursing  is a specialized practice of  professional nursing that advances the well-being,  academic success, and life-long achievement  of  students…(NASN, 1999).  National Association of School Nursing (NASN)  and the American Nurses Association (ANA), sets  the standards of professional school nursing  practice. These are the professional  expectations  The Practice of School Nursing
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 2/17/11 RN (Associate or Bachelors/Baccalaureate) LPN (Must be Supervised) Some states (Ohio, Massachusetts) requires a minimum Bachelors  and Masters respectively and must achieve national certification  within 5 yrs of hire date. National certification (NCSN): represents a national standard of  preparation, knowledge, and practice.  To assist with this  recognition, the NBCSN provides the opportunity for school nurses  to set the standards for their specialty area through voluntary  professional certification.  NBCSN has trademarked 'NCSN' as the  official credential of the National Certified School Nurse. (NASN) Public Health or pediatric experience School Nurse  Educational Requirements
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 2/17/11 1:750  (regular education student) 1:225  (kids mainstreamed in with special needs:  including nebulizer treatments, blood sugar  testing, insulin pump management, bladder  catheterization, tube feedings.) 1:125  (severely or profoundly handicapped  students: Children with special needs requiring  additional services, including tracheotomy care,  intravenous therapy, suctioning, and oxygen     Nurse to Student Ratio
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 2/17/11 Illustrates the interaction  and interdependence  of the  eight components  of school health  It is what we do everyday as a school nurse!! COMPONENTS OF A  COORDINATED SCHOOL HEALTH 
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 2/17/11 COMPONENTS OF A  COORDINATED SCHOOL HEALTH PROGRAM HEALTH  EDUCATI ON PHYSICA L EDUCATI ON HEALTH  SERVICE S NUTRITI ON  SERVICE S HEALTHY  SCHOOL  ENVIRONM ENT COUNSELIN G AND  PSYCHOLO GICAL  HEALTH   PROMOTION  FOR  FACULTY/ST PARENT/FA MILY COMMUNIT INVOLVEME NT
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 2/17/11 1.  Health Education  Promote health promotion observances.
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