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Sharon Plante with Mike Marotta, Karen Janowski, Brian Friedlander, Chris Bugaj, Beth Poss
Donna Mazyck with Dr. William Schaffner
Host Donna J. Mazyck, RN, MS, NCSN talks with Linda Davis-Alldritt, MA, BSN, RN, FNASN, FASHA and Nicole Fauteux, senior researcher and writer on health policy about how and why school nurses should become advocates for school health and how to overcome challenges when budgets are tight.
Host Donna J. Mazyck, RN, MS, NCSN talks with Cynthia Devore, MD and Gail Wold, Coordinator for New York State School Health Services Center, about effectively preparing for school emergency situations. Topics include common first aid emergencies school nurses should be prepared for, what nurses are currently using for emergency preparedness supplies, a list of supplies that should be included in emergency backpacks, and more.
What do school nurses need to know about managing student concussions? Who needs to be involved in deciding whether a student is ready to return to normal school activities? What tools are available to you? What specific role should the school nurse play in the process?
Listen to this interview with Donna Mazyck, RN, MS, NCSN, and NASN Executive Director and learn about her vision for NASN and the future of school nursing.
School nurses report that pulse oximeters can be a valuable tool in their practice. But there is much to know about how and when to use them properly. This segment provides the basics.
Hosts Amy Garcia and Yasmina Vinci talk with Jennifer Dakers, M.A., CCC-A and Corinne Nelson, R.N. about effectively screening young children for hearing. The discussion includes common challenges in hearing screening programs and how to overcome them.
Dr. Mancini discusses the importance of AEDs, the 4 Step Chain of Survival, components of an AED program, AHA's "Be the Beat!" program, and more
Marianne Schalk-Glassman discusses her experience with saving a life using an AED.
Preschool vision screening experts discuss how screening children's vision is much more complicated than most of us may realize and there is more at stake than we may think.
To celebrate School Nurses Day, three of the nation's education leaders came together to share their stories about times in their careers when school nurses made a big difference. Tune in, feel the appreciation, and be inspired!