Fine tune your screening processes, and learn how to get the most accurate readings with your equipment by discussing real-life scenarios and how they can affect results. Presenters will discuss actual scenarios that could happen while using vision, hearing, and vital sign screening devices so you’ll be better prepared when it’s time to screen your students.
During this webinar, you will learn:
- Real-life scenarios that can come up during screenings and how to get the most accurate readings from them.
- How to get vital signs in a pinch, 02 latency, temperature methods & differences, and pain as the fifth vital sign.
- How to fine tune your screening processes.
About the Presenters:
Kathleen King is the CEO of Healthier Kids Foundation. Kathleen came out of high tech 15 years ago after her son went through two bone marrow transplants for a rare genetic syndrome and went to work for Healthier Kids Foundation. Kathleen has dedicated her life to improving children’s health. She has five children.
Sunny Ochoa is the Chief Program Officer with Healthier Kids Foundation. She has 20 years of experience in the non-profit sector serving children and families in Santa Clara County, 14 years at Catholic Charities and 7 years at Healthier Kids Foundation. Sunny has extensive experience in program development, implementation, and management. She has a four-year-old son and is married to an Elementary School Principal.
Josh Wall, PhD, RN, CEN, CFRN
Josh Wall, PhD, RN, CEN, CFRN is an Assistant Professor in the college of nursing at the University of Utah. His background includes ED/trauma and thoracic ICU nursing. For the last 14 years, he worked as a flight nurse for AirMed at the University of Utah caring for both adult and pediatric patients. He received his nursing degree from the College of Southern Idaho, and his MSN and PhD from Walden University.