Webinars

lice promo Head Lice: Strategies to Address Parents’ Fears

This webinar for school nurses will present the results of a School Health Associates informational survey, of over 275 parents, which evaluated parents’ most common concerns regarding head lice.  Upon completing the webinar the learner will be able to:

  1. Describe the most commonly reported parental fears related to head lice
  2. Articulate strategies to address common parental fears
  3. Identify the current over-the-counter and prescription treatments for head lice and their related indications for use
  4. Identify best practices for the management of head lice in schools


How to Present Meaningful Information to Your District’s School Board
(Wisconsin data)

How to Present Meaningful Information to Your District’s School Board (National data)

The purpose of this activity is to enable the learner to advocate for the needs of students and their professional role by offering meaningful data and information to key school district stakeholders, school board members.  This webinar will share results of an informational, non-research survey of NATIONAL/WISCONSIN school board members.

 After completing this activity, the learner will be able to: 

  • Describe the role and priorities of school boards
  • Describe the student health issues that were identified as priorities by National school board members
  • Identify strategies to provide a meaningful presentation to the school board
  • Formulate ideas regarding the data that should be collected to demonstrate the student health needs in their school district
  • Determine if the school health data they collect can assist in informing the research priorities of their professional organization

PolicyPolicies, Procedures, and Protocols

This is a great presentation for new school nurses and school nurses who are in the process of drafting or reviewing school health policies.  Upon completing the webinar the learner will be able to:

  1. Articulate the difference between a policy, procedure, and protocol
  2. Describe the questions they should ask in the development of the district’s policies and procedures
  3. Explain the steps they should take when implementing policy and procedure changes
  4. Identify other documents a school nurse should review to ensure consistency with school district policy

Emergency EpinephrineDeveloping a Stock Epinephrine Program: The Key Questions to Answer

Ensuring the safety of children with anaphylaxis allergies in the school setting can be overwhelming. There is significant evidence and support from the allergy and pediatric healthcare professionals to have non-student specific epinephrine available in the school district. Given the complexities associated with establishing and maintaining a stock epinephrine program in a school, administrators, school nurses and other school staff should consider some key questions before initiating a stock epinephrine program.

  • This presentation will review the results of an online survey assessing non-student specific epinephrine practices in Wisconsin schools
  • The webinar will review WI Statute 118.2925 which addresses stock epinephrine programs in Wisconsin
  • The webinar will highlight best practices related to non-student specific stock epinephrine
  • Will review the important questions districts should answer when developing a stock epinephrine program

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Wisconsin Community 4K Health Regulations

Many Wisconsin 4K programs are provided in partnership with community daycare centers and Head Start centers.  This webinar will review health related regulations for Wisconsin daycare centers and Head Start programs.  The purpose of this webinar is to highlight how these regulations may differ from school district student health expectations.

At the end of this presentation:

  • The learner will be able to describe the health related regulations that apply to Wisconsin daycare centers
  • The learner will be able to describe the health related regulations that apply to Head Start Programs
  • The learner will be able to articulate the differences in health related regulations between Wisconsin daycare programs, Head Start and Wisconsin school district

 

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