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Welcome note from Dr. Sarah Marques, NYSCSH Medical Director Consultant
Dear School Medical Directors,
Happy Fall! I am writing to introduce myself as the new consulting physician to the NYS Center for School Health. I graduated from UNC-Chapel Hill with an MD, and MSPH in Maternal and Child Health. I completed my pediatrics residency training at Golisano Children's Hospital in Rochester as well as a Leadership Education in Adolescent Health fellowship. I have practiced general pediatrics with Rochester Regional Health in Rochester for the past 12 years and also worked in in the Rochester City School District as a consulting physician for their school health centers. For the past year, I have been the medical director for Monroe 2 -Orleans BOCES.
I am honored to support your important role as School Medical Director. I know from my own experience that serving as SMD provides an important support to schools and communities and that learning opportunities in this position are plentiful. All the best for a healthy and happy school year! Sarah I. Marques MD, MSPH
New and Noteworthy
Updated resources inside the SMD webpages:
Updated Sample Non-Patient Specific Order for Epinephrine and naloxone for licensed staff
updated Guidance on Management of student-athletes with vision deficit
Epidemiology and Prevention of Vaccine-Preventable Diseases, 13th Edition (the Pink Book): The 13th edition of the textbook, Epidemiology, and Prevention of Vaccine-Preventable Diseases. CDC, NCIRD, and the Public Health Foundation (PHF) the Pink Book provides healthcare professionals with the most comprehensive information available on vaccines and vaccine-preventable diseases. The 2017 additions to the Pink Book chapters and appendices can be viewed/downloaded here.
2017 Pink Book webinar series is now open for registration. Recasts of the 2016 Pink Book webinars are available for viewing on CDC’s website. Continuing Education (CE) is still available for some of the webinars.
Page updated 10/10/17