Continuing Nursing Education for School Nurses and Others

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Remembering Laurie Melchionda:  Beloved Colleague and Friend   

An online remembrance:  Thursday, June 25 @ 5:30 pm  (Click to register)   

Supporting MA School Nurses During Loss        June 19, 2020
It’s with great sadness that we inform you of the death of one of our valued Massachusetts school nurse colleagues, Laurie Melchionda, MEd, BSN, RN. Laurie was the Director of Health Services for Weston Public Schools, part-time School Nurse for the Field School in Weston, and a member of the Braintree Board of Health. Previously, Laurie worked as a School Nurse and Director of Nursing Services in the Braintree Public Schools. On Wednesday, June 17th, Laurie was the victim of a fatal shooting at her home in Braintree, MA. Read full letter

NEW Online COVID-19 Programs    

COVID-19: Lessons from School Nurses Teaching Health Virtually

COVID-19 Masks as PPE: Stories from hospitals, schools and communities

COVID-19: School Nurses’ Actions During a Pandemic 

COVID-19: School Nurses Connecting with Students during the Pandemic. 

COVID-19: Recognizing Disparities During the Pandemic 

Northeastern University School Health Academy operates within Northeastern University School of Nursing, an Accredited Provider of Continuing Nursing Education by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation.

We are also a registered provider of Professional Development Points from the MA Department of Elementary and Secondary Education, Provider Number 2019U0003
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Enjoy continuing nursing education programming without the travel!

New Online Programs Available (click on link)

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The Northeastern University School Health Academy (NEUSHA) provides engaging, professional learning opportunities that benefit the health, safety and achievement of all youth.  NEUSHA supports school nurses and other school personnel in their efforts to provide evidence-based prevention and management practices to an increasingly diverse, medically-complex student population.

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