Managing Students with Seizures- The Importance of School Nurses
School nurses are invited to a 10-session learning collaborative, Managing Students with Seizures ECHO: The Importance of School Nurses. Project ECHO® is a telementoring platform designed to create communities of learners by bringing together health care providers and subject matter experts using didactic and case-based presentations, fostering an “All TEACH, ALL LEARN” approach. The first session is on October 24, 2019.
The American Academy of Pediatrics National Coordinating Center for Epilepsy and Epilepsy Foundation of America are hosting a 10-session learning collaborative:
Managing Students with Seizures ECHO: The Importance of School Nurses
The sessions will start October 24, 2019, and end on April 2, 2020.
Two time slots are available: 4:30 - 5:30 p.m. ET and 6:00 - 7:00 p.m. ET
What is Managing Students with Seizures ECHO?
The Managing Students with Seizures ECHO is an interactive forum for school nurses to:
- Increase knowledge and self-efficacy around managing students with seizures.
- Increase communication between school nurses, other school personnel, and parents to improve care coordination of students with seizures.
- Learn best practices to create a safe and supportive school environment for students with seizures.
- Gain access to resources to support the care of students with seizures.
- Using basic, widely available video conferencing technology, clinical management tools, and case-based learning, health care providers develop knowledge and self-efficacy on conditions and/or processes.
- Participants will meet regularly for 10 sessions.
- All attendees are strongly encouraged to actively participate during each virtual ECHO sessions.
- Technical assistance will be provided prior and throughout the launch of the program
School nurses are eligible to participate on the virtual learning network. School nurses are strongly encouraged to invite other school personnel to join as applicable.
Participants are encouraged to attend on a regular basis will receive a certificate of completion, which can be submitted to respective accreditation bodies.