Resource Development

School Health Associates has a proven track record, developing highly sought after school health resources and tools. In addition to the School Nurse ProceduresInjury and Illness Protocols and Unlicensed Assistive Personnel Training, School Health Associates has developed the following resources:

Toolkit Development

Immunization Transition Toolkit

The National Association of School Nurses (NASN) Immunization Transition Toolkit offers resources to School Nurses to assist students and families in navigating immunization requirements especially during times of transition.

Emergency Medication Toolkit

NASN‘s Emergency Medication Toolkit contains policy development practice tools and evidence-based practice tools.

Naloxone in Schools Toolkit

NASN’s Naloxone in the Schools Toolkit offers numerous resources to assist school nurses and other school leaders to evaluate and respond to the opioid epidemic appropriately.

Medication Administration Toolkit

NASN’s School Nursing Evidence-based Clinical Practice Guideline: Medication Administration in Schools, provides a uniform guideline for the administration of medication in schools, including evidence-based recommendations for the safe care of Pre-K-12 students who receive medications during the day.

Improving Care Coordination Toolkit

NASN‘s Improving Care Coordination toolkit provides key components of a collaborative approach to manage chronic health conditions in school-age children. 


PPE Awareness Training for Schools – COVID-19

The Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction’s module, “PPE Awareness Training for Schools – COVID-19″ is intended to instruct school staff  on the purpose of, and in  the proper selection and use of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE).

Overview of COVID-19

The Overview of COVID-19 Training Module developed for the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction. It is an interactive educational module for teachers, administrators and school staff.

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