New York State Center for School Health

Supporting Student Success Through Health and Education

Best Current Practices for School Medical Emergencies

Description

Best Current Practices for School Medical Emergencies

3/21/17 Buffalo 3/22/17  Syracuse  3/23/17 Albany   3/24/17 Long Island

Presented by Sandra Moritz, M.Ed, BS, RN CSN
2010 Pennsylvania School Nurse of the Year, Exceptional School Nurse Trainer

 

Specifically Designed for School Nurses, District Nurses and School Health Coordinators Serving Grades K-12

  • The most up-to-date practices every school nurse needs to know for addressing school health and medical emergencies
  • Be better prepared for the unplanned … From sudden cardiac arrest to fractures, hypoglycemia, opioid overdose, and more … Utilize the most current research to respond to major medical emergencies
  • Apply the evidence from the latest research to your first aid protocols … Be better prepared for common first aid issues as well as mass casualties
  • Streamline emergency save plans to better manage medical emergencies … Utilize the most up-to-date interventions to treat acute bronchospasm, anaphylaxis, traumatic brain injuries, and more!
  • Reduce risk of infection in your office environment … Use the latest principles and products to reduce dangerous infections like influenza in our antibiotic resistant world
  • Receive a detailed school medical emergency handbook complete with handouts and forms you can implement immediately in your school nursing practice to streamline your practice and impact student health

 

To view brochure, click here

CLOSE