NEUSHA Online Programs


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Online Program Package Subscription
10 online program package 1 year subscription
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Choice of 10 School Health Specific Online Programs for $169, choose now or as you go and finish within one year!
Up to a 50% discount for max 28 contact hours!

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New School Nurse Orientation Program

New School Nurse ORIENTATION Program Package Subscription

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These are NOT the DPH/DESE programs that are needed for MA School Nurse Licensure.  These are programs that any new school nurse or per diem nurse can take to familiarize themselves with the specialty role.

For NEW school nurses and per diem school nurses
8 Online Orientation Programs PLUS 2 choices for $169
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School Nurses Teaching Health Package

School Nurses Teaching Health Package for Online Learning

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5 Online Programs included in the package

  • School Nurses Teaching Health: It Starts with Preparation
  • Classroom Lessons by School Nurses: Elementary and Middle School Topics
  • Teaching Health to Older Students with Special Needs
  • Let’s Talk About Sex: Health Education Pearls for School Nurses
  • COVID-19: Lessons from School Nurses Teaching Health Virtually

Total: 6.25 Contact HoursCost: $79.00     (45% discount)

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2023 School Nurse International Conference Package

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 School Nurse International Conference Package

Held in Boston, July 2023

11 Presentations for $125       11.5 Contact Hours

a 46% discount!

Topics include: A Global Overview of the Status of Adolescent & Youth Health & Wellbeing (WHO), A Public Health Approach to Ending Gun Violence Against Children- Experiences from a U.S. School Nurse’s Health Office, Long COVID/POTS/MECFS in Children, Assessing the Needs of Survivors of Female Genital Mutilation, CDC Report on Adolescent Health in the US, Adolescent Sexual & Reproductive Health & Access to Care, DEI Panel for School Nurses, Endometriosis:What School Nurses Should Know, WHO Global Mental Health for Adolescents and WHO Violence/Maltreatment of Children.


Contact Hour(s): 11.5 Cost: $125.00 Length of Program: 11.5 hours
Date Created: 2023-09-14 Date Expires: 2026-09-14

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A Global Overview of the Status of Adolescent & Youth Health & Wellbeing (WHO)

1 Valnetina picDr. Valentina Baltag is the head of the Adolescent and Young Adult Health unit in the Department of Maternal, Newborn, Child, Adolescent Health and Ageing in WHO’s HQ in Geneva. She discusses the health of adolescents across the globe ages 10-19 and how school health and school nurses play a central role in identifying risk factors and protective factors for our adolescents.  This presentation was given at the School Nurse International Conference in Boston, July 17, 2023.


Contact Hour(s): 1.0 Cost: $20.00 Length of Program: 60 minutes
Date Created: 2023-09-03 Date Expires: 2026-09-03

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A Public Health Approach to Ending Gun Violence Against Children- Experiences from a U.S. School Nurse’s Health Office

A Robin pic Robin Cogan, MEd, RN, NCSN, FNASN, FAAN, discusses the state of injuries/death to US children and teens due to firearms.  Robin addresses this as a Public Health issue that all school nurses should be aware of and take part in a harm reduction model with educaiton about safe storage. She discusses the drivers of firearm injuries as well. This presentation was given at the School Nurse International Confernce in Boston, July 2023.


Contact Hour(s): 0.0 Cost: $0.00 Length of Program: 60 minutes
Date Created: 2023-09-12 Date Expires: 2026-09-12

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A Recognition of Long COVID, ME/CFS/POTS in Students for School Nurses

Dr. Peter RoweDr. Peter Rowe, Director, Children’s Center Chronic Fatigue Clinic and Professor of Pediatrics at Johns Hopkins describes the signs and symptoms of Long COVID in children/adolescents and how similar they are to ME/CFS/POTS.  He also discusses treatment modalities. Many of his referral come from school nurses. This presentation was given at the School Nurse International Conference in Boston in July 2023.


Contact Hour(s): 0.0 Cost: $0.00 Length of Program: 60 minutes
Date Created: 2023-09-07 Date Expires: 2026-09-07

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Addressing the Needs of Survivors of Female Genital Mutilation-Cutting

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SANE nurse Mildrine Tulysse and Catherine Cox the U.S. Programs Coordinator for Sahiyo presented regarding female genital mutilation.  They discuss where in the world and in the US this is occuring.  They also give resources for school nurses for referrals and support.  This presentation was given on July 19, 2023 at the School Nurse International Conference in Boston.


Contact Hour(s): 1.0 Cost: $20.00 Length of Program: 60 minutes
Date Created: 2023-09-02 Date Expires: 2026-09-02

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Adolescent Health: Highlighting National US/CDC Data & Prevention Strategies for US Adolescents

1 Kathleen and CarmenDr Kathleen Ethier and  Carmen Ashley from the CDC Adolescent Health Unit discuss the Youth Risk Behavior survey including results onsexual behaviors, substance use, experience of violence, mental health and suicidality and LGBTQ inclusivity.  They also discussed the CDC “What Works in Schools” program. This presentation was given at the School Nurse International Conference in Boston on July 17, 2023.


Contact Hour(s): 1.0 Cost: $20.00 Length of Program: 60 minutes
Date Created: 2023-09-08 Date Expires: 2026-09-08

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Adolescent Sexual & Reproductive Health & Access to Care

1 Kathy Simmons picKathy Simmonds, PhD, MPH, RN, WHNP-BC discusses the current state of reproductive healthcare for adolescents in the US and globally. She addresses the impact of new laws and regulations on adolescent reproductive health care. She also discuses the issue of human trafficking.   This presentation was given at the School Nurse International Conference in Boston, July 2023.


Contact Hour(s): 1.0 Cost: $20.00 Length of Program: 60 minutes
Date Created: 2023-09-11 Date Expires: 2026-09-11

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Asthma Education: Healthy Environments Advance Learning Part 1

1 Geri and Paula pic Paula Giraldo, BA and Geri Medina, MPH, BA present the first modules for HEAL Asthma Education: An Introduction to Asthma Friendly Schools and Maintaining an Asthma Friendly School: A School Wide Approach. These are the first 2 modules in a series.


Contact Hour(s): 1.5 Cost: $20.00 Length of Program: 1 hour
Date Created: 2023-12-11 Date Expires: 2026-12-11

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Asthma: SMART Therapy and NHBLI Guideline Update

1 Robyn Cohen Dr. Robyn Cohen of Boston Medical Center presents and discusses SMART Therapy (Single Maintenance and Reliever Therapy) options for asthma treatment.  She also discusses the updated NHBLI Asthma Treatment Guidelines. This presentation was a webinar for the Boston Public School Nurses on February 7th, 2024.  This presentation is FREE for all Massachusetts School Nurses through a DPH grant.

         Contact hours: 1.25.             Cost: $20             Length of program: 75 minutes


Contact Hour(s): 1.25 Cost: $20.00 Length of Program: 75 minutes
Date Created: 2024-02-21 Date Expires: 2027-02-21

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Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) Panel for School Nurses

1 Diversity Dr. Kate King discusses the work of the NASN DEI Task Force and panelists Brianna Cormos, school nurse, and Brenda Lormil, FNP-C, Founder of HAMA discuss DEI in the school, hospital and community settings.  This presentation was given at the School Nurse International Conference in Boston, July 19, 2023.


Contact Hour(s): 1.5 Cost: $30.00 Length of Program: 90 minutes
Date Created: 2023-09-04 Date Expires: 2026-09-04

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Endometriosis Awareness for School Nurses

Kip McKenzie picDr. Kip Mackenzie speaks about the origin of the mistreatment/misdiagnosis of endometriosis.  Endometriosis affects at least 10% of women worldwide and is still misunderstood.  Dr. Mackenzie explains the signs and symptoms of endo, and how school nurses awareness will positively impact students getting referral and treatment for endometriosis. This was presented at the School Nurse International School Nurse Conference in Boston, MA on July 18, 2023.


Contact Hour(s): 1.5 Cost: $30.00 Length of Program: 90 minutes
Date Created: 2023-09-01 Date Expires: 2026-09-01

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Environmental Health: What School Nurses Need to Know

1 Emily and Julia pic  Julia Varshavsky, PhD, MPH and Emily Zimmerman, PhD, CCC-SLP, both professors at Northeastern University, discuss environmental issues globally that are impacting children and adolescent health.  This presentation was given at the School Nurse International Conference in Boston on July 20th, 2023.


Contact Hour(s): 1.0 Cost: $20.00 Length of Program: 60 minutes
Date Created: 2023-09-06 Date Expires: 2026-09-06

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Mental Health in Adolescents-Challenges & Promising Efforts

1 Valnetina picDr. Valentina Baltag, head of the Adolescent and Young Adult Health unit in the Department of Maternal, Newborn, Child, Adolescent Health and Ageing at the World Health Organization, discusses adolescent mental health. She presents the “Helping Adolescent Thrive Toolkit” from WHO.  This presentation was given at the School Nurse International Conference in Boston on July 21, 2023.


Contact Hour(s): 1.0 Cost: $20.00 Length of Program: 60 minutes
Date Created: 2023-09-05 Date Expires: 2026-09-05

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Newly Arrived Refugees and Immigrant Students and Families: Challenges and Opportunities

Pic Immigration speakers These expert speakers discuss the opportunities regarding working with our newly arrived immigrant and refugee families.  Speakers discuss available resources for the various needs of these students and families.  They also discuss the need for appropriate translation services. This presentation was from November 7th, 2023 conference.


Contact Hour(s): 2 Cost: $40.00 Length of Program: 2 hours
Date Created: 2023-11-29 Date Expires: 2026-11-29

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Preventing Violence Against Children & Youth – Global Status & the Role of Healthcare Providers

1 Valnetina picDr. Valentina Baltag, head of the Adolescent and Young Adult Health, Department of Maternal, Newborn, Child, Adolescent Health and Ageing in World Health Organization (WHO) discusses a global overview of the status of preventing violence against children and the role of health-care professionals. Globally, one out of two children experience violence each year. This presentation was given at the School Nurse International Conference, Boston on July 20, 2023.


Contact Hour(s): 0.5 Cost: $15.00 Length of Program: 30 minutes
Date Created: 2023-09-13 Date Expires: 2026-09-13

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SMARTIE Goal Creation for School Nurse Practice

Karen Rufo MS, PPCNP-BC presents SMARTIE Goal development for school nurses. This presentation contains School Nurse Professional and Student goal suggestions with many resources to help create your SMARTIE goals.
      Contact hours: 1     Cost: $20            Length: 60 minutes


Contact Hour(s): 1 Cost: $20.00 Length of Program: 1 hour
Date Created: 2024-01-25 Date Expires: 2027-01-25

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Tech Addiction in Youth, AI and Data for School Nurses November 7, 2023

1 Erin John pic John Kriger and Dr. Erin Maughan present on the topic of Tech addiction in our youth and how AI is impacting our students.  Dr. Maughan also discusses how AI will impact school nuring practice.  These presentations were recorded on November 7, 2023.


Contact Hour(s): 2 Cost: $40.00 Length of Program: 2 hours
Date Created: 2023-12-04 Date Expires: 2026-12-04

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2022 NEUSHA Summer Academy

2022 NEUSHA Summer Academy

No School Nurse is an Island….But We Deserve a Vacation on an Island!

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Learning outcomes:

  • Describe characteristics of successful partnership for successful health and wellness
  • Identify signs and symptoms of potential disordered eating in youth and resources to support students at risk
  • Identify latest evidence on supports and barriers to a safe school environment for students identifying as LGBTQIA
  • Identify best practices for school nurses managing these cardiac conditions:  chest pain, syncope, SVT, CHD and exercise, familial heart disease, COVID vaccination myocarditis, COVID MISC
  • Describe how sleep impacts mental health of students and strategies to recognize and address sleep deficits
  • Identify current trends in substance use/abuse in youth & best practices for working with students
  • Describe violence as a public health issue and strategies for school nurses to support students impacted by gun violence in schools

Presenters:

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Topics (8.5 Contact Hours)

  • Pediatric Cardiac Emergencies and COVID impact on Youth
  • Hiding in Plain Sitea; Cracking the Code of the Youth Mental Health Crisis
  • What Collaborations Worked and How They Worked During COVID
  • Safe Environments for LGBTQ Students
  • Disordered Eating and Impact of a Pandemic
  • Substance Use/Abuse Issues and Assessment Tips

                 Contact hours: 8.5           Cost: $169         Hours: 8.5 hours

* If adding to an Online Program Package, this program counts as 5 programs.*

This online program was developed with selected recordings from the live 2022 Summer Academy on August 8-9. 2022.  The program expires August 7, 2025.

Contact Hour(s): 8.5 Cost: $169.00 Length of Program: 8,5 hours
Date Created: 2022-08-25 Date Expires: 2025-08-25

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A Recognition of Long COVID/POTS/ME/CFS in Students

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Dr. Peter Rowe, Director, Children’s Center Chronic Fatigue Clinic,
Professor of Pediatrics Johns Hopkins, presents signs/symptoms of Long COVID in youth and its similarities to ME/CFS.  He discusses signs/symptoms of postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome (POTS) in youth. Dr. Rowe examines how these chronic illnesses impact a student’s academic life and possible accommodations to assist students.

          No contact hours             Cost: FREE               Length: 90 minutes


Contact Hour(s): 0.0 Cost: $0.00 Length of Program: 90 minutes
Date Created: 2022-10-12 Date Expires: 2025-10-12

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A School Nurse Media Lab: How to Respond When Asked About Reopening Schools Safely

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School Nurse Media Lab This 90-minute recorded online Media Lab by Barbara Glickstein and Robin Cogan is suitable for school nurses at all levels of media experience.  It will focus on how to frame the national public health issue, How to Reopen Schools Safely. You will learn how to develop key messages on the issue based on a specific target audience, including the public.  Raise your voice on the reopening schools safely in your state, region, and district. Be a #SchoolNurseInfluencer. Recorded webinar 7/28/2020
       No contact hours                 Cost: FREE                Length: 90  minutes

Contact Hour(s): 0.0 Cost: $0.00 Length of Program: 90 minutes
Date Created: 2020-07-28 Date Expires: 2023-07-28

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A Youth Suicide Awareness and Prevention Program: Recognition and Prevention Strategies for School Nurses

Helms 2 Debbie Helms, Director of Samaritans of Merrimack Valley presents on the risk factors and protective factors regarding suicide in youth.  She discusses the youth suicide statistics for males, females as well as special groups like LGBTQ and non-binary youth.  Debbie provides many resources for school nurses and talks about the upcoming National Hotline number coming July 16, 2022. This is a recorded webinar from January 20, 2022.

                Contact hours: 1.5            Cost: $20          Length: 90 minutes


Contact Hour(s): 1.5 Cost: $20.00 Length of Program: 90 minutes
Date Created: 2022-01-21 Date Expires: 2025-01-21

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Abdominal Assessment For School Nurses

Karen Rufo MS, RN, PPCP-BC presents abdominal assessment skills for school nurses. Please refer to the Resources for specific charts and posters. Created 10/26/2017. Reviewed 10/20/2020.

 Contact hours: 1  Cost: $20     Length: 60 minutes


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Access to Reproductive Health Care: Best Practices Roundtable

1 Best Practices Mynette Shifman, Justine Uhlenbrock and Greg West discuss best practices as a school nurse, nurse educator and as a health educator in dealing with reproductive health issues with students.  This pressentation is from the November 8, 2022 conference.

           Contact hours: 1                    Cost: $20                          Length: 1 hour


Contact Hour(s): 1.0 Cost: $20.00 Length of Program: 60 minutes
Date Created: 2022-12-06 Date Expires: 2025-12-06

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Access to Reproductive Health Care: Current Status of Access to Reproductive Healthcare for Underage Students

1 Current speakers picThis program regarding Current Status of Access to Reproductive  Healthcare for Underage students was presented at the 7th Annual November Conference, November 8, 2022. With Dr. Kathy Simmonds as moderator, we hear from Elizabeth Nash, MMP, BA (Guttmacher Institute), Christie Pitney, MSN, RN, WHNP-BC, Melissa Shube, JD (The Lawyering Project) and Robin Watkins, (Power to Decide ) regarding present access to reproductive healthcare issues for students.

Contact Hours: 2                        Cost: $30                           Length: 2 hours


Contact Hour(s): 2.0 Cost: $30.00 Length of Program: 120 minutes
Date Created: 2022-12-02 Date Expires: 2025-12-02

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Access to Reproductive Health Care: Supporting underage students healthy choices with an evidence-based sex education curriculum

1 Jamie BethMA Senator Jamie Eldridge and Beth William Breault EdD, discuss the state of health education regarding reproductive rights for students.  The most current laws and educational concepts are discussed.  This presentation was part of the Reproductive Health conference on November 8, 2023.

                              Contact Hours: .75           Cost: $15            Length: 45 mins


Contact Hour(s): 1.25 Cost: $15.00 Length of Program: 75 minutes
Date Created: 2022-12-04 Date Expires: 2025-12-04

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Access to Reproductive Health Care: Supporting Underage Students Who are Pregnant and Parenting

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Benita Miller, JD, Executive Director of Powerful Families, Powerful Communities and Cami Anderson, founder and CEO of Thirdway Solutions discuss pregnant and parenting teens and how educational structure can hinder or support these students for academic success. This is a presentation from the November 8, 2023 conference on Reproductive Healthcare.

                           Contact hours: 1                       Cost: $20                 Length: 1 hour


Contact Hour(s): 1.0 Cost: $20.00 Length of Program: 60 minutes
Date Created: 2022-12-03 Date Expires: 2025-12-03

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Adolescent Alcohol Use and Misuse: Trends and Interventions

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Dr. Rob Leeman discusses the trends of adolescent alcohol use and misuse.  He also describes newer interventions using technology/apps for adolescent to use for self-evaluation. Dr. Leeman discusses the increase in heavy alcohol use by adolescents. This webinar was held on April 6, 2023.

Contact Hours: 1.25               Cost: $10               Length: 1 hour, 15 minutes


Contact Hour(s): 1.25 Cost: $10.00 Length of Program: 75 minutes
Date Created: 2023-04-06 Date Expires: 2026-04-06

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Annual NU SON Future of Nursing Event: Leading in the Community and Supporting our Vulnerable Populations

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FUTURE of NURSING

3rd Annual Northeastern University School of Nursing “Future of Nursing ” event: Homelessness: The Epidemic of Our Generation with Dr. Pooja Bhalla from Illumination Foundation.  This is a recorded webinar from November 10, 2020.

    Contact hours:  1.5                FREE                  Length: 1 hour and 40  minutes


Contact Hour(s): 1.5 Cost: $0.00 Length of Program: 90 minutes
Date Created: 2020-11-12 Date Expires: 2023-11-12

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Asthma: Medications and Treatments for Youth

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Elizabeth Klements MS, RN, PPCNP-BC, AE-C discusses the physiology of asthma and presents treatment options and various inhaler types for students with asthma.  She presents information about SMART Therapy and gives excellent resources for videos and handouts for student and family education. This is a recorded webinar from February 23, 2022.

             Contact hours: 1            Cost: $20          Length: 60 minutes


Contact Hour(s): 1.0 Cost: $20.00 Length of Program: 60 minutes
Date Created: 2022-02-23 Date Expires: 2025-02-23

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Bereaved Students, Schools and Communities: Strategies & Solutions for a Post-COVID Epidemic of Grief

Screen Shot 2021-06-01 at 8-15-04 PMThis is a 4-part recorded webinar series is for school nurses & school mental health professionals providing strategies and solutions for the Post-COVID epidemic of grief for students, staff, and communities. Part 1:  How Students Understand Grief and Loss  Part 2:  Discussion of Beautiful Something Left Behind (not recorded) Part 3:  Roles and Strategies for School Nurses & School Mental Health Professionals  Part 4: Engaging School and Community Support

Contact hours: 3.6       Cost: $59     Length: 3.6 hours


Contact Hour(s): 3.6 Cost: $59.00 Length of Program: 3.6 hours
Date Created: 2021-06-02 Date Expires: 2024-06-02

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Burnout among healthcare providers: The problem and what can we do about it?

Burnout speakers Adam Broughton, PA, Michelle Braillard, NP, Josh Lee, CRNA and Natalie Blue, LMHC discuss health professional burnout definitions and what we can do to recognize and reduce burnout.  This interprofessional webinar was held on December 20 and 21, 2021.

   Contact hours: 2                    Cost: $25                   Length: 2 hours


Contact Hour(s): 2.0 Cost: $25.00 Length of Program: 120 minutes
Date Created: 2022-01-03 Date Expires: 2025-01-03

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Childhood Homelessness Amidst Covid-19 and School Nurses’ Perspectives

Screen Shot 2021-10-04 at 7-21-13 PM Dr. Pooja Bhalla and Dr. Maria Anidi discuss the homelessness crisis impacting children and adolescents and their education in the US.  Dr. Anidi shares her assessment tool for school nurses to evaluate the needs of homeless students. Webinar recorded October 5, 2021.

      Contact hour: 1                        Cost: $20                         Length: 60 mins


Contact Hour(s): 1.0 Cost: $20.00 Length of Program: 60 minutes
Date Created: 2021-10-05 Date Expires: 2024-10-05

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Children’s Vision – What School Nurses Need to Know

Dr. Bruce Moore, OD, Professor Emeritus at the New England College of Optometry, and Paulette Tattersall DipPharm, MSc., Director of the Northeast Region for the nonprofit Prevent Blindness explain what school nurses need to know regarding ChildrenÂ’s Vision, emphasizing the importance of early detection of vision issues. Created 10/5/18. Reviewed 6/24/21.

Contact hours: 2.5           Cost: $25            Length: 2.5 hours


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Classroom Health Lessons by School Nurses: Elementary and Middle School Topics

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Two Massachusetts school nurses, Mary Ellen Duggan, M.Ed BSN RN NCSN and Sue Hanly MSN, RN, NCSN share their vast experience teaching health in the classroom. Mary Ellen has examples of topics at the elementary level and Sue has examples of topics relevant for the middle school population. They discuss the challenges and benefits of teaching in the classroom and various resources for lesson planning. This is a recorded webinar from March 11, 2020.

Contact hour: 1                    Cost: $15             Length: 60 minutes

Contact Hour(s): 1.0 Cost: $15.00 Length of Program: 60 minutes
Date Created: 2020-03-13 Date Expires: 2023-03-13

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COVID-19 Pharmacological Therapeutics

Screen Shot 2021-02-16 at 10-52-51 AM Brandon Dionne, PharmD dicusses COVID 19 therapeutics in the outpaitient setting, reviewing mild to severe COVID disease, appropriate medication choices of anti-virals for providers,and client case studies regarding medication choices. He also includes a link for drug interactions with COVID medicaitions.

               Contact hours:  1                Cost $20              Length: 60 minutes


Contact Hour(s): 1.0 Cost: $20.00 Length of Program: 60 minutes
Date Created: 2022-05-17 Date Expires: 2025-05-17

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Current Substance Use & Abuse Among Youth & Assessment Awareness

Peter Buck pic Chief Peter Buck, Drug Recognition Expert (DRE), presented current drug trends seen in our communities, identified current substances being used in MA, describes drug paraphernalia, as well as identification of physical and clinical signs of impairment we might observe in our health offices.  This presentation was given at the Summer Academy, on August 9th, 2022.

          Contact hours: 1.5          Cost: $25             Length: 1 hour, 30 minutes


Contact Hour(s): 1.5 Cost: $25.00 Length of Program: 75 minutes
Date Created: 2022-08-29 Date Expires: 2025-08-29

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Data is Your Friend

1 Kathy pic 2 copy This program consists of two screencast tutorials created by NEUSHA Directors Kathy Hassey and Jenny Gormley. They are designed to increase school nurse knowledge, confidence in skills related to tracking student health data in their practice and sharing it with their school community. Created 4/24/18. Reviewed 12/5/22.  Updated 2/24

                    Contact hours: 1        Cost: $25        Length: 60 minutes


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Dermatology: Contact Dermatitis and Counterfeit Cosmetics

Brenna Pic newBrenna Morse, PhD, FNP-BC, NCSN, CNE, PMGT-BC discusses contact dermatitis related to counterfeit cosmetics.  She discusses student presentation and differentiating irritant and allergic dermatitis.  She also dicusses the intervention to address the issue as well as teaching points to share with students. New program 4/11/2022.

                                Contact Hour: 1                   Cost: $20                   Length: 1 hour


Contact Hour(s): 1.0 Cost: $20.00 Length of Program: 60 minutes
Date Created: 2022-04-11 Date Expires: 2025-04-11

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Dermatology: WHAT IS THAT?

Melissa Cyr picMelissa E. Cyr, Ph.D., ANP-BC, FNP-BC, discusses many dermatological conditions that school nurses might see in their practice.  She discusses when to refer and what common treatments are indicated. for these conditions.  This webinar was recorded on August 9, 2021.

Contact hours: 1             Cost: $20            Length: 1 hour


Contact Hour(s): 1.0 Cost: $20.00 Length of Program: 60 minutes
Date Created: 2021-08-17 Date Expires: 2024-08-17

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Diabetes Numeracy: Enhancing Knowledge and Confidence of School Nurses

Ann Linehan, DNP, MSN, RN presents a diabetes overview as well as tips regarding diabetes numeracy for school nurses. Also included is the printable diabetes calculation numeracy card and other resources for school nurses working with students with diabetes. Created 6/15/18.  Reviewed 8/9/22

 Contact hours: 1.5      Cost: $25    Length: 1.5 hours


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Dr. Susan Hassmiller: Future of Nursing 2020-2030: Charting a Path to Achieve Health Equity

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FUTURE of NURSING

Dr. Susan Hassmiller discusses The Future of Nursing Report 2020-2030: Charting a Path to Achieve Health Equity for the Northeastern University School of Nursing and Alumni Relations on May 24th, 2021.  This is a recorded webinar.

Contact hour: 1.0             Length: 1 hour         Cost:  Free


Contact Hour(s): 1.0 Cost: $0.00 Length of Program: 60 minutes
Date Created: 2021-05-24 Date Expires: 2024-05-24

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E-Cigarettes and Vaping: The Facts about the Epidemic and the Risks to Adolescents

Feeney-Susan-WorcesterVaping and the use of e-cigarettes is a public health crisis for our adolescents.  This recorded webinar presents this issue for a better understanding. Created 3/13/19. Reveiwed/Renewed 3/22

Contact hours: 1       Cost: $15.00
      Length: 60 minutes


Contact Hour(s): 1.0 Cost: $15.00 Length of Program: 60 minutes
Date Created: 2019-03-13 Date Expires: 2025-03-13

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Eating Disorders in the School Setting: Identification and Management

A Holyer picAnnie Hollyer, BSN, RN is the Director of Residential Nursing at the Cambridge Eating Disorder Center (CEDC).  CEDC is a nationally renowned specialty center providing a full continuum of care to individuals who struggle with eating disorders. She discusses the trends and treatment for those with various modes of eating disorders. The presentation was given at Summer Academy on August 9th, 2022.

                       Contact hours: 1       Cost:  $20         Length: 1 hour


Contact Hour(s): 1.0 Cost: $20.00 Length of Program: 60 minutes
Date Created: 2022-08-27 Date Expires: 2025-08-27

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Emotional Freedom Techniques (EFT)/Tapping for Anxiety Management

thumbnail_Amy Gaesser photoThis is an archived webinar provided on June 15, 2020. Dr. Amy Gaesser, Assistant Professor, State University of New York at Brockport, shared research on a non-pharmacological strategy that can be used to reduce anxiety among staff and students in schools. Her presentation expands on NEUSHA’s online program, Anxiety in Youth and Use of Emotional Freedom Technique.

Contact hours: 1.5                  Cost: $20                 Length: 90 minutes


Contact Hour(s): 1.5 Cost: $20.00 Length of Program: 90 minutes
Date Created: 2020-06-17 Date Expires: 2023-06-17

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Emotional Health Challenges of Students during COVID-19 and Beyond: Part 1

Anne Marie Mingolelli, DNP, PMHNP-BC, APRN-BC, RN is a Nurse Practitioner certified to provide psychiatric services to children, adolescents, and adults as well as a former school nurse in MA. Anne discusses the emotional issues we are seeing in children and adolescents during the pandemic and what we will see when they return to school.  This is Part 1 of a 2-part series recorded on February 1, 2021.

Contact hours: 1.25                Cost: $20.00                  Length: 75  minutes


Contact Hour(s): 1.25 Cost: $20.00 Length of Program: 85 minutes
Date Created: 2021-02-02 Date Expires: 2024-02-02

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Emotional Health Challenges of Students during COVID-19 and Beyond: Part 2, Feb. 22

Anne Marie Mingolelli, DNP, PMHNP-BC, APRN-BC, RN is a Nurse Practitioner certified to provide psychiatric services to children, adolescents, and adults as well as a former school nurse in MA.  Anne recaps Part 1 regarding what the COVID pandemic has done emotionally to youth. She also discusses strategies for working with students with emotional health issues. This is a recorded webinar from February 22, 2021.

     Contact hours: 1.2                    Cost:$20                 Length: 70 minutes


Contact Hour(s): 1.2 Cost: $20.00 Length of Program: 80 minutes
Date Created: 2021-02-23 Date Expires: 2024-02-23

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Endometriosis: A Clinical and Personal Perspective for School Nurses

                 
Dr. Kip MacKenzie brings us the most current information about endometriosis and the impact it has on adolescent girls and young women. Nicole Pearlstein and her daughter Michela bring us the personal impact endometriosis has had on their lives. The critically-acclaimed film Endo What? is included in the program. This film “shatters the myths around endometriosis” according to The NEW YORK TIMES and was hailed as “the first step in a plan for change” by NEWSWEEK. School Nurses need to be aware of this often debilitating condition to assist their students. Created 3/15/19.  In 2019 , we had 176 million women worldwide with endometriosis, in 2022, there are 190 million women workdwide!  Reviewed 5/24/22.
           Contact Hours: 3.5              Cost: $30            Length: 3.5 hours

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Evaluating a Newly Developed Tool to Assess Students who are Experiencing Homelessness

1 Pooja and Maria Dr. Maria Anidi and Dr. Pooja Bhalla present a quality improvement approach to strengthen collaboration between school nurses and other school team members regarding student homelessness. Information is provided regarding the development and evaluation processes of a newly developed Homelessness Assessment Tool. Strategies to facilitate communication and improved care coordination of students experiencing homelessness are discussed. This webinar took place on February 2, 2023.

Cost: FREE              Contact Hours: 0               Length: 1 hour


Contact Hour(s): 0.0 Cost: $0.00 Length of Program: 1 hour
Date Created: 2023-02-02 Date Expires: 2026-02-02

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Experiences of School Nurses Caring for Newly Arrived Immigrant and Refugee children

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This is a recorded webinar held during the Virtual Summer Academy on August 12, 2020. Jackie Brady, Mary Kelly, and Isabel Rivera discuss School Nurses working with Immigrant and Refugee Students and Families.  This counts toward RETELL for MA School Nurses.

Contact hours: 2.5                      Cost: $30                 Length: 2  and 1/2 hours


Contact Hour(s): 2.5 Cost: $30.00 Length of Program: 150 minutes
Date Created: 2020-08-11 Date Expires: 2023-08-11

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FREE Developing a Medical Emergency Response Team (MERT) in your School

This online program will provide the school nurse with the tools and skills to develop and sustain a medical emergency response team in their own school.  Resources and forms are available to begin the process.  The program concludes with an opportunity for the participant to create and plan a timeline for the process. Cathryn Hampson BSN, is a nationally certified school nurse, a certified instructor for CPR/ AED/First Aid and a thirty-year veteran of the nursing career.  She is currently pursuing a Master’s of Science in Nursing in Nursing Education through St. Joseph College of Maine.  Cathryn’s background is in maternal-child health, cross cultural healthcare and school nursing. Created 7/10/19.
         Contact hours: 0        Cost:  FREE       Length: 2 hours


Contact Hour(s): 0.0 Cost: $0.00 Length of Program: 120 minutes
Date Created: 2019-07-10 Date Expires: 2022-07-10

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FREE School Nurses Writing a Professional Biosketch

The following program was created as part of a Nursing Administration Graduate practicum project. Having a professional biosketch allows the nurse to share their professional and clinical expertise with the viewer. Created 3/1/2021

Contact hours: 0.5     Cost: FREE      Length: 30 minutes


Contact Hour(s): 0.5 Cost: $0.00 Length of Program: 30 minutes
Date Created: 2021-03-01 Date Expires: 2024-03-01

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How Does Telehealth Work in the School Setting? Recorded Webinar

This webinar took place on Jan. 6th, 2019 and was recorded via BlueJeans. Kelli Garber, MSN, APRN, PPCNP-BC, Lead Advanced Practice Provider and Clinical Integration Specialist for the Center for Telehealth at the Medical University of South Carolina, and Lynn Floyd, School Nurse and Telehealth Presenter, explain how telehealth works in the school setting. Created 1/24/19. Reviewed: 12/11/22-12/11/25.

Contact Hour: 1               Cost $15.00                    Length: 60 minutes


Contact Hour(s): 1.0 Cost: $15.00 Length of Program: 60 minutes
Date Created: 2022-12-11 Date Expires: 2022-12-11

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HPV Vaccination Rates: The Role of School Nurses

3 Presenters pic Archived webinar from June 23, 2020, on HPV illness, vaccine updates, how school nurses can help increase vaccination rates, highlighting health disparities among people of color, and gender/sexual minorities and HPV resources for school nurses.

Contact hours: 0             FREE              Length: 90 minutes


Contact Hour(s): 0.0 Cost: $0.00 Length of Program: 90 minutes
Date Created: 2020-06-24 Date Expires: 2023-06-24

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Immunization Update: School Nurses Increasing Vaccine Confidence and Community Immunity

Dr. Mary Beth Miotto discusses the vital role school nurses play in educating the public on evidence-based vaccine science as well as updated immunization information.  This program is a recorded webinar from February 5, 2020.

 Contact hours: 1.5                    Cost: $20                     Length: 1.5 hour


Contact Hour(s): 1.5 Cost: $20.00 Length of Program: 90 minutes
Date Created: 2020-02-07 Date Expires: 2023-02-07

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Lessons from School Nurses Teaching Health Virtually during COVID-19

9 presenters COVID webinar virtual health teaching (1)This online program is a recorded webinar from June 11, 2020.  Nine school nurses (5 elementary, 2 middle school, 1 high school and one nursing director) present on how they have taught health online with their students during this pandemic using different formats and strategies.

 

Contact Hours: 2              Cost: $25             Length: 2 hours


Contact Hour(s): 2.0 Cost: $25.00 Length of Program: 120 minutes
Date Created: 2020-06-15 Date Expires: 2023-06-15

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Lets Talk About Sex: Health Education Pearls for School Nurses

  In this one hour session, Dr. Beth Russet shares insights from her experience teaching comprehensive sex education in a rural high school for over ten years. The presentation includes specific activities, valuable resources and general tips on providing classes that are accurate, appropriate, and inclusive.
Beth Russet, DNP, FNP-BC   Northeastern University Assistant Clinical Professor  Created 12/6/19

Contact hour: 1.25                Cost: $15               Length:  75 minutes


Contact Hour(s): 1.25 Cost: $15.00 Length of Program: 75 minutes
Date Created: 2019-12-06 Date Expires: 2022-12-06

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Life-Threatening Food Allergies: Essentials for Nurses & Others Working in Private & Public School Settings

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  Dr. Michael Pistiner discusses life-threatening allergies, triggers, and how to manage them in the public and private school setting.  This is a recorded webinar. Created 3/16/19.  Reviewed 3/22. Added resources from updated data on Sesame being the new 9th allergen.

Contact Hours: 1      Cost $15.00      Length: 60 minutes


Contact Hour(s): 1.0 Cost: $15.00 Length of Program: 60 minutes
Date Created: 2019-03-16 Date Expires: 2025-03-16

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Love Hurts: Trends in Adolescent Dating Violence

Christie Rizzo, PhD., discusses teen dating violence trends, recognition, and interventions at the NEUSHA 2017 Summer Academy. Created 12/1/17. Reviewed 12/1/2020.

Contact hours: 1          Cost: $20        Length: 60 minutes


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MA School Based Medicaid and School Nurses: an educational activity to support student health and success in school

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This is a recorded webinar by Emily Hall and Margot Tracy explaining the Massachusetts School-Based Medicaid program for school nurses. They cover the logistics of documentation, the vital Random Moment in Time Study (RMTS) information, and provide resources for learning about School-based Medicaid. They provide examples of direct services and indirect services provided by school nurses. This program is underwritten by Exergen Corporation. Live webinar was on 5/4/2023.


Contact Hour(s): 1.25 Cost: $10.00 Length of Program: 1.25 hours
Date Created: 2023-05-04 Date Expires: 2026-05-04

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Mindfulness in the School Health Office: Practice implications for school nurses

Jamy Gaynor presents her doctoral work describing how school nurses practicing mindfulness for just 5 minutes in the morning, positively impacted their school nursing practice.  This presentation was videotaped at the 2019 Summer Academy in Hyannis, MA. Created 9/9/19. Reviewed 12/22/22.

Contact hour: 0.5   Cost: $10   Length: 30 minutes


Contact Hour(s): 0.5 Cost: $10.00 Length of Program: 30 minutes
Date Created: 2022-12-22 Date Expires: 2025-12-22

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Narcolepsy Impacting Students: Overview and School Accommodations

Narcolepsy Impacting Students: Overview and School Accommodations is presented by Dr. Kiran Maski, a Neurologist at Boston Children’s Hospital.  The pathophysiology of Narcolepsy is explained and the impact on students’ academic success, emotional support and school accommodations are discussed. Pediatric Daytime Sleepiness Survey added.Created December 2016, Reviewed May 23, 2022.

                   Contact hours: 1.5      Cost: $25    Length: 1.5 hours


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Natures Healing Path: Connecting to the Outdoors for the Health and Well-being of School Nurses and Schools

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During the Coronavirus pandemic access to parks and nature has been more important than ever for children, families, schools, and school nurses.  Combining “physical distancing” and “being outside” are two key strategies to stop the spread of the virus, but what many don’t know is that being outdoors–in a park, a forest, a garden, or walking on the beach has significant therapeutic value for our well-being and mental health.  This webinar introduces participants to a wide range of benefits of being outdoors, gardening, and even finding green spaces in urban environments. This is a recorded webinar from September 24, 2020.

Contact hours: 1.5    Cost: $20       Length: 90  mins


Contact Hour(s): 1.5 Cost: $20.00 Length of Program: 90 minutes
Date Created: 2020-09-24 Date Expires: 2023-09-24

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NJSSNA Leaders at the Forefront of School Health March 19, 2022

Screen Shot 2022-03-21 at 7-34-08 PMLeaders at the forefront of school health: The New Jersey State School Nurse Association Spring Conference. Barbara Glickstein presented on advocacy and using our school nurse voice to advance practice.  Dr. Janice Selekman presented on Violence and Youth and Donna Mazyck discussed Leadership Lessons Learned During the Pandemic. This is a recorded program on March 19, 2022.

           Contact Hours: 3               Cost: $60                  Length: 3 hours


Contact Hour(s): 3.0 Cost: $60.00 Length of Program: 180 minutes
Date Created: 2022-03-22 Date Expires: 2025-03-22

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NJSSNA Legal Aspects in School Nursing Practice

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Veronica Manlove MSL RN CEN presents Legal Aspects in School Nursing Practice for the New Jersey State School Nurse Association (NJSSNA) conference held on March 19, 2022. She discusses documentation and liability issues as well as some case studies.

 Contact hours: 1                Cost $20               Length: 1 hour

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Contact Hour(s): 1.0 Cost: $20.00 Length of Program: 60 minutes
Date Created: 2022-03-20 Date Expires: 2025-03-20

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NJSSNA Vision and Learning Dr. Rose Hughes

Rose Hughes picRose K. Hughes OD, FAAO discusses vision, learning and language, dyslexia and learning disabilities in youth.   This presentation was recorded from the New Jersey State School Nurse Spring Conference (NJSSNA) on March 19, 2022.

            Contact hours: 1                 Cost:$20                   Length: 1 hour


Contact Hour(s): 1.0 Cost: $20.00 Length of Program: 60 minutes
Date Created: 2022-03-21 Date Expires: 2025-03-21

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Palliative Care Introduction

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ACUTE/PRIMARY CARE

This Introduction to Palliative Care was presented on August 17th, 2021 by Nurse Practitioners Kristin Cina and Michaela Rowland. They presented information regarding the philosophy of Palliative Care as well as many resources.

Contact Hours: 1      Cost: $20          Length:    1 hour


Contact Hour(s): 1.0 Cost: $20.00 Length of Program: 60 minutes
Date Created: 2021-08-18 Date Expires: 2024-08-18

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Pediatric Cardiac Emergencies And COVID Impact on Youth

Julianne E pic Julianne Evangelista, DNP, APRN, CPNP-AC, FAHA is a pediatric nurse practitioner in the Benderson Family Heart Center at Boston Children’s Hospital.  She discusses pediatric cardiac emergencies school nurses might encounter. She discusses assessment and management of: Chest pain, Arrhythmia, Syncope /POTS, Congenital Heart Disease School issues, describes special considerations for children with heart disease in the school/outpatient setting and emergency treatment as well as COVID and cardiac implications.  This was presented at Summer Academy on August 8, 2022.

Contact hours: 1.1                     Cost: $20                       Length: 1 hour


Contact Hour(s): 1.1 Cost: $20.00 Length of Program: 60 minutes
Date Created: 2022-08-26 Date Expires: 2025-08-26

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Per Diem School Nursing : The Basics

1 Kathy pic 2 copy This online program is available for per diem or potential per diem nurses to describe this most valuable role needed in the school setting. The per diem nurse must have a nursing license as well as a working knowledge of school-age children and adolescent health issues. Created 1/4/17.   Reviewed/Updated  1/4/2022

Contact hours: 1           Cost: $20         Length: 60 minutes


Contact Hour(s): 1.0 Cost: $20.00 Length of Program: 1 hour
Date Created: 2022-01-04 Date Expires: 2025-01-04

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Privacy Laws Evolve: HIPAA and FERPA Explained

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LEGAL

Kirk Nahra JD, discusses HIPAA regarding privacy and confidentiality, how the law came about, what it means for healthcare and what does the future hold for HIPAA . This is one of the recorded sessions from the November 2nd, 2021 conference.

Contact hour: 1           Cost: $20       Length: 1 hourKirk Nahra


Contact Hour(s): 1.0 Cost: $20.00 Length of Program: 60 minutes
Date Created: 2021-11-03 Date Expires: 2024-11-03

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Promoting Resilience & Healthy Outcomes for LGBTQ Students

This 2 hour online program presents instructional material for school nurses working with students who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and/or queer (LGBTQ). The expert presenters discuss a range of issues impacting LGBTQ student physical and behavioral/mental health and school success. Examples from the Massachusetts experience illustrate the journeys that are common to many LGBTQ students and their families across the United States. Created 1/4/17. Reviewed 1/4/2020.

Contact hours: 2         Cost: $20     Length: 2 hours


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Psychopharmacology for School Nurses

Anne Marie Mingolelli, DNP, PMHNP-BC, APRN-BC, RN is a Nurse Practitioner certified to provide psychiatric services to children, adolescents, and adults. This is a taped webinar from February 19, 2020. Anne discusses mental and behavioral issues in children and adolescents, and medications utilized for these conditions.  Anne used responses from the NEUSHA Newsletter Survey in helping to create content for this program.

Contact hours: 1.5                 Cost: $20             Length of program: 1.5 hours


Contact Hour(s): 1.5 Cost: $20.00 Length of Program: 90 minutes
Date Created: 2020-02-20 Date Expires: 2023-02-20

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Public Health Approaches to Protecting Youth from Gun Violence during COVID and Beyond Part 1

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PUBLIC HEALTH

Northeastern University Bouvé College of Health Sciences, School Health Academy and the Public Health Advocacy Institute at Northeastern University School of Law present Part 1 of a three-part virtual conference to highlight the impact of gun violence on youth during the time of COVID and Beyond. Expert panel: Thea James, MD (BMC), Matt Miller, MD, ScD, MPH (Northeastern University); Margo Lindauer, JD (Director, Domestic Violence Institute, Northeastern University) Recorded 1/14/2021

  1. Contact hours: 1.5             Cost: $30                Length: 90 minutes

 


Contact Hour(s): 1.5 Cost: $30.00 Length of Program: 90 minutes
Date Created: 2021-01-15 Date Expires: 2024-01-15

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Public Health Approaches to Protecting Youth from Gun Violence During COVID and Beyond Part 2

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PUBLIC HEALTH

Northeastern University Bouvé College of Health Sciences, School Health Academy and the Public Health Advocacy Institute at Northeastern University School of Law present a three-part virtual conference to highlight the impact of gun violence on youth during the time of COVID.  Part 2 focuses on the increased risk of gun violence in the public space and reducing gun violence affecting youth.
Expert panel:  James Fox, PhD (Colleges of Social Sciences & Humanities, Northeastern University); Quaniqua Carthan-Love, MSSW, MA (Director of Planning and Programs, Cities United); Robin Cogan, MEd, RN, NCSN (School Nurse, Camden, NJ; author of the Relentless School Nurse blog) This is a recorded webinar from January 21, 2021.

Cost:  $30        Contact Hours: 1.75      Length: 105 minutes 


Contact Hour(s): 1.75 Cost: $30.00 Length of Program: 105 minutes
Date Created: 2021-01-22 Date Expires: 2024-01-22

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Public Health Approaches to Protecting Youth from Gun Violence During COVID and Beyond Part 3

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PUBLIC HEALTH

Northeastern University Bouvé College of Health Sciences, School Health Academy and the Public Health Advocacy Institute at Northeastern University School of Law present a three-part virtual conference to highlight the impact of gun violence on youth during the time of COVID.  Expert panel: Peter Masiokis, MD and Chana Sacks, MD (Mass General Center for Gun Violence Prevention), MaryBeth Miotto, MD, MPH (pediatrician, Vice President MA Chapter, American Academy of Pediatrics), Mary Harvey, PhD (Director, Violence Transformed, Northeastern University), Kendall Bruce and Lauren Cardoso (MA Department of Public Health officials)

 Contact hours: 2             Cost: $30                  Length: 2 hours

 


Contact Hour(s): 2.0 Cost: $30.00 Length of Program: 120 minutes
Date Created: 2021-01-29 Date Expires: 2024-01-29

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Racism in Nursing: A Call to Action

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Valeria Ramdin Ph.D., MS, APRN-BC, CNE, and Brenda Lormil, MSN, RN, FNP-C, and Executive Director of HAMA discuss racism in nursing past and present. It is a call to action for all nurses. This is a recorded webinar from the Virtual Summer Academy held on August 12, 2020.

Contact Hour: 1                      Cost:$20                     Length: 1 hour


Contact Hour(s): 1.0 Cost: $20.00 Length of Program: 60 minutes
Date Created: 2020-08-17 Date Expires: 2023-08-17

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Reproductive Health and Contraception

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Esther Mackenzie DNP, MSN, RN discusses reproductive health and birth control for providers working with women.  She reveiws contraception measures, long and short acting, emergency contraception, pregnancy intention screening as well as the need for preconception counseling. Esther also presents available esources for pregnant women. August 2022

                                    Contact hours: 1        Cost: $20      Length: 1 hour


Contact Hour(s): 1.0 Cost: $20.00 Length of Program: 60 minutes
Date Created: 2022-08-24 Date Expires: 2025-08-24

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Rhode Island School Nurses: Orientation to School Nursing in Rhode Island

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Experts from the Rhode Island Department of Health present these five Rhode Island School Nurse Orientation modules. Modules include Introduction to Orientation to Rhode Island School Nursing parts 1 and 2, Rhode Island Department of Health Immunization Information, Rhode Island Oral Health Information, Rhode Island Asthma Program, and Rhode Island Department of Health School Nurse Perspective on Student Access to Sexual Health Services. Asthma module is included in the Orientation package.

 

Contact hours: 4      Cost: $80       Length: 6 modules (15 minutes-50 minutes each)


Contact Hour(s): 4.0 Cost: $80.00 Length of Program: 240 minutes
Date Created: 2020-12-30 Date Expires: 2023-12-30

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School Medicaid Billing for School Nurses: Where DO I Start with Documentation?

School Medicaid Billing for School Nurses: Where DO I Start with Documentation? Bob Bundy, BS,  gives an overview of Medical Billing for Schools with a focus on the documentation that is vital for the school nurses records. This is a recorded webinar from January 14, 2020. Created 1/17/2020 Reveiwed 1/17/23

Contact Hour: 1                    Cost:  FREE            Length: 70 minutes


Contact Hour(s): 0.0 Cost: $0.00 Length of Program: 70 minutes
Date Created: 2020-01-17 Date Expires: 2023-01-17

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School Medicaid Part 1: Advancing Health and Education Equity

Alex Mays pic Alex Mays, MHA, BA of Healty School Campaign,  discusses School Based Medicaid, what Medicaid is, how each state can submit a Medicaid State Plan Amendments, and how bringing Medicaid funding into schools can assist with funding for school health services and how it advances Health and Education Equity.  This program was created from a live webinar on Oct. 26, 2021.

                       Contact Hours: 1.5                        Cost: FREE                       Length: 1.5 hours

 


Contact Hour(s): 1.5 Cost: $0.00 Length of Program: 90 minutes
Date Created: 2021-10-26 Date Expires: 2024-10-26

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School Medicaid Part 2: Stories from the Field: Advancing Health and Education Equity

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Part 2 of School based Medicaid information.  These stories from the Field address how School based Medicaid helps advance health and education equity. School Nurse leaders from Massachusetts, Kentucky and California discuss how they have worked on bringing school based medicaid into their district to help support health services. Alex Mays from Health Schools Campaign discusses the basics of School Based Medicaid.  This is a recorded webinar from February 10, 2022.  Program expires February 9, 2025.

Contact hours: 2        Cost: FREE


Contact Hour(s): 2 Cost: $0.00 Length of Program: 120 minutes
Date Created: 2022-02-10 Date Expires: 2025-02-10

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School Nurses Leading Student Population Health: Addressing Social Determinants of Health and Health Related Social Needs through a Lens of Cultural Humility (RETELL for MA school nurses)

Dr. Nate Horowitz-Willis discusses the school nurses’ role in assessing Social Determinants of Health for students and the community and how they can positively impact student achievement including English Langauge Learners. This is a taped webinar from January 28, 2020.

Contact hours: 1.25            Cost: $15                 Length: 1 hour and 15 minutes


Contact Hour(s): 1.25 Cost: $15.00 Length of Program: 75 minutes
Date Created: 2020-01-29 Date Expires: 2023-01-29

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School Nurses Teaching Health: It Starts with Preparation

Dr. Jenny Gormley gives an introduction to teaching health in order to support school nurses who are teaching or preparing to teach health in a variety of settings, including the classroom. This webinar was recorded on January 16, 2020.
   
Contact hour: 1.1            Cost: $15         Length: 70 minutes

Contact Hour(s): 1.1 Cost: $15.00 Length of Program: 70 minutes
Date Created: 2020-01-21 Date Expires: 2023-01-21

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Science & School Nurses Experiences with COVID-19 Vaccines

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This is a recorder webinar from 2/11/21. Dr. Mary Beth Miotto provides a COVID-19 vaccine update that includes comparing vaccines available at this time. She also addresses vaccine reservations.  Barbara Conley (MA) and Amy Wood (SC) discuss the collaborations, as well as some barriers and benefits involved in planning, school-located vaccine clinics.

Contact Hours 1.5        Cost $20      Length: 90 minutes  


Contact Hour(s): 1.5 Cost: $20.00 Length of Program: 90 minutes
Date Created: 2021-02-12 Date Expires: 2024-02-12

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Section 504 During COVID: How are we supporting students?

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 Marie DeSisto MSN, RN, NCSN discusses Section 504 in general as well as during the pandemic during remote teaching. The school and school nurse still have 504 responsibilities.  Marie is former 504 Coordinator and Director of Nurses for the Waltham Public Schools in Massachusetts (MA) and, prior to these roles, worked as a school nurse in Framingham, MA. This program was created from a webinar recorded on 2/04/2021.

Contact hours: 1.25           Cost: $20                Length: 75 minutes

 


Contact Hour(s): 1.25 Cost: $20.00 Length of Program: 85 minutes
Date Created: 2021-02-05 Date Expires: 2024-02-05

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Section 504 for School Nurses

Judy Styer BSN, BA, RN, NCSN Director of Health and Wellness and 504 Coordinator for the Framingham Public Schools in Massachusetts. Judy discusses Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the school nurse role. Created 11/16/17. Reviewed 11/16/2020.

Contact hours: 1    Cost:   $20      Length: 60 minutes


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Session #1 School Nurses in the Age of Coronavirus: Prevention and Well-Being for Self, Students, and Staff Now More Than Ever

Donna Gaffney pic (1) Session #1  What I Carry‚ Self-Assessment as the Foundation for Managing Stress. School nurses in the United States have been thrust into a new and challenging practice environment. In addition to the Coronavirus pandemic reshaping their roles and responsibilities, their well-being may also be affected.  School nurses have been significantly impacted as they assume additional responsibilities to ensure the health of their students and staff, as well as prevent the spread of the Coronavirus and assessing potential positive cases. The uncertainty and stressors that accompany such drastic changes and new demands can affect nurses’ work and home life. This is a recorded webinar from October 7, 2020.

    Contact hours: 1.5          Cost: $20         Length: 90mins


Contact Hour(s): 1.5 Cost: $20.00 Length of Program: 90 minutes
Date Created: 2020-10-08 Date Expires: 2023-10-08

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Session #2 School Nurses in the Age of Coronavirus: Self Compassion and Well-Being

Donna Gaffney pic (1) Session # 2 School Nurses in the Age of Coronavirus Series: Welcoming Self Compassion and Enhancing Well-Being. Donna Gaffney DNSc, PMHCNS-BC, FANN, shares strategies for self-compassion and well-being with a Chocolate Meditation and breathing exercises. This webinar was recorded on October 21, 2020.

Contact hour: 1.25              Cost:$20               Length: 75 minutes


Contact Hour(s): 1.25 Cost: $20.00 Length of Program: 75 minutes
Date Created: 2020-10-21 Date Expires: 2023-10-21

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Session #3 School Nurses in the Age of Coronavirus: Self Compassion and Well-Being: Finding Compassion in the Distancing

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Session # 3. School Nurses in the Age of Coronavirus: Prevention and Well-Being for Self, Students, and Staff – Compassion and Distancing. Donna Gaffney, DNSc, PMHCNS-BC, FAAN shares strategies for self-compassion and working with students who need compassion without burning out.  This is a recorded webinar from November 4, 2020.

Contact hours: 1.5                Cost: $20.00.            Length: 75 minutes


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Session #4 School Nurses in the Age of Coronavirus: Self Compassion and Well-Being: The Challenges of Families and Relationships

Donna Gaffney pic (1) Donna Gaffney, DNSc, PMHCNS-BC, FAAN This webinar series will support school nurses in both their professional and personal lives and provide relevant content to help them recognize the consequences of the pandemic and the challenging environment where they practice. Donna continues her webinar series discussing the challenges of families and relationshipes during the pandemic.

                Cost: $20                   Contact hours:1.5               Length: 75 minutes


Contact Hour(s): 1.5 Cost: $20.00 Length of Program: 90 minutes
Date Created: 2020-11-19 Date Expires: 2023-11-19

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Session #5 Wellbeing Series for School Nurses, Students, Communities: The Lost Year: Grieving Losses and Normalcy

Donna Gaffney pic (1) Session #5  Donna Gaffney, DNSc, PMHCNS-BC, FAAN This webinar series will support school nurses in both their professional and personal lives and provide relevant content to help them recognize the consequences of the pandemic and the challenging environment where they practice. Donna continues her webinar series grieving the losses we are experiencing in our school nurse role and personal life during the pandemic. This webinar was recorded on December 2, 2020.

      Contact hours: 1.25              Cost:$20               Length: 75 minutes


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Session #6 Wellbeing Series for School Nurses, Students, Communities: Transforming Helplessness to Wholeness

Donna Gaffney pic (1) Session #6  Donna Gaffney, DNSc, PMHCNS-BC, FAAN This webinar series will support school nurses in both their professional and personal lives and provide relevant content to help them recognize the consequences of the pandemic and the challenging environment where they practice. Donna continues her webinar series discussing transforming helplessness to wholeness in our school nurse role and personal life during the pandemic. This webinar was recorded on December 16, 2020.

      Contact hours: 1.25              Cost:$20               Length: 75 minutes


Contact Hour(s): 1.25 Cost: $20.00 Length of Program: 75 minutes
Date Created: 2020-12-16 Date Expires: 2023-12-16

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Sexually Transmitted Infections: Trends and Treatment

Jane Adams picJane Adams DNPc, MSN, RN, FNP-BC specializes in women’s health issues.  She discusses the most current information regarding trends and treatments for sexually transmitted infections utilizing data from WHO and CDC.

             Contact hours: 1          Cost: $20           Length:1 hour


Contact Hour(s): 1.0 Cost: $20.00 Length of Program: 60 minutes
Date Created: 2022-06-23 Date Expires: 2025-06-23

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Skin Cancer Prevention in Youth: A Health Curriculum to Combat the Most Common Cancer

Get ready for Spring/Summer and learn about trends in skin cancer mortality and morbidity, factors that affect UV intensity, skin sensitivity, proper sun protection, and skin cancer assessment. Maryellen Maguire-Eisen MSN, RN was the Executive Director of the Children’s Melanoma Prevention Foundation, which seeks to teach children and nurses about sun protection and skin cancer prevention. Created 4/5/19. Reviewed 12/11/22.
 
   Contact hour: 1                 Cost: $15            Length: 60 minutes

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Sleep, Are We All Getting Enough? How Sleep Impacts Children, Adolescents and Adults

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Lichuan Ye, Ph.D., RN discusses the issue of sleep and how the lack of sleep is impacting children, adolescents, and adults, especially during the pandemic.  She discusses how sleep impacts both emotional and physical health for everyone.  Dr. Ye also discusses strategies for improving sleep routines. This is a recorded webinar from 4/7/2021.

Contact hours: 1.25          Cost $20            Length: 75 minutes


Contact Hour(s): 1.25 Cost: $20.00 Length of Program: 75 minutes
Date Created: 2021-04-10 Date Expires: 2024-04-10

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Social Emotional Learning for School Nurses

Dr. Mary McCarthy explains the importance of social-emotional learning for students. She discusses what it is, how social-emotional behaviors positively impact academic success, and how school nurses can assess social-emotional competencies. Created 3/17/17. Reviewed/updated 3/17/2020

Contact hours: 1.5       Cost: $20        Length: 1.5 hours


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Social Media: Impact on Students: Viewing The Social Dilemma 40 minute educational documentary

Daniel WrightDaniel Wright, BA, is a co-producer on the documentary The Social Dilemma.  He discusses the origin of the documentary and how it is being utilized in educational settings to inform students about the dangers of social media and the impact it is having on our youth. This includes the 40 minute educational documentary (the full 90 documentary is available on Netflix)  Daniel discusses the resources that educators and parents can use to assist our youth to take charge of their social media use and not be manipulated by social media companies. Resources include mini clips that are topic specific and a Social Media Detox Tool. This is one of the recorded sessions of the November 2nd, 2021 conference.

       Contact hours: 1.5                         Cost: $25                       Length: 90 minutes


Contact Hour(s): 1.5 Cost: $20.00 Length of Program: 90 minutes
Date Created: 2021-11-04 Date Expires: 2024-11-04

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Student Health- School Nurses & Gun Violence Prevention

RC NEW pic Robin Cogan, MEd, RN, NCSN, FNASN, FAAN presents on Gun Violense prevention in our schools. She addresses gun violence as a public health issue and how school nurses need to be  involved as public health nurses. Robin discusses the incidence of gun violence impacting our students and strategies to address the issue. This is a presentation from the Summer Academy 2022.

             Contact hours: 1.5            Cost:$25                 Length: 1 hour, 30 minutes


Contact Hour(s): 1.5 Cost: $25.00 Length of Program: 75 minutes
Date Created: 2022-08-28 Date Expires: 2025-08-28

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Supporting Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer and Questioning Students

Jeff Pic Jeff Perrotti, MA, CAS, founding Director of the Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education’s Safe Schools Program for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, and Questioning Students and Landon Callahan, a national speaker, presented information regarding how school nurses can establish and maintain a safe environmnent in schools for LGBTQIA students. This presentation was at Summer Academy, August 8, 2022.

                         Contact hours: 1.5                Cost: $25                         Length: 1 hour, 30 mins


Contact Hour(s): 1.5 Cost: $25.00 Length of Program: 90 minutes
Date Created: 2022-08-31 Date Expires: 2025-08-31

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Supporting Students’ Behavioral Health and Academic Success: Working Effectively with School Counselors

This one hour program was presented at the NEUSHA Summer Academy in August 2016.  Adria Pavletic speaks about developing a collaborative relationship between school nurses and school counselors in supporting students with behavioral health issues, and how these issues impact academic success. She discusses frequent visitors, school refusal and phobia, and developing that professional team supporting students. Created 2/17/17. Reviewed 2/17/2020

Contact hours: 1        Cost: $20      Length: 60 minutes    


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Teaching Health to Older Students with Special Needs

Rita Casper MBA, RN, NCSN discusses her Transitional Opportunities Program (TOPS), a program for students aged 18-22yrs with special needs and she how teaches health to these students.  She presents topics, resources, and challenges as well as outreach to parents. This is a recorded webinar from April 15, 2020.
Contact hours: 1                      
Cost: $15                       Length: 60 minutes


Contact Hour(s): 1.0 Cost: $15.00 Length of Program: 60 minutes
Date Created: 2020-04-16 Date Expires: 2023-04-16

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The Eye of the Storm: Tools for Navigating Challenging Conversations During these Turbulent Times.

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Kathleen Mackenzie Ed.D, MSW, LICSW, CMHIMP, Supervisor of Clinical and Behavioral Services at New Bedford Public Schools and Senior lecturer: Northeastern University College of Professional Studies discusses strategies to navigate the increasingly intense communications that school nurses, school counselors, and administrators are having with parents during these difficult times.  Learn how to deescalate and manage the intense emotions associated with these challenging conversations. This is a recorded webinar from September 9, 2021.

         Contact hours: 1.25             Cost: $20             Length: 1 & 1/2 hours


Contact Hour(s): 1.25 Cost: $20.00 Length of Program: 60/90 minutes
Date Created: 2021-09-10 Date Expires: 2024-09-10

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The Science and School Nurses’ Experiences with COVID-19 Vaccination for Children

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Dr. May Beth Miotto  discusses the history of and the aprroval process for the COVID vaccine for children ages 5-11 as well as the most current information regarding COVID-19 in children. Dr. Cynthia Samuel, and Karen Rufo, describe how the vaccination process for children is occurring in their very different communities and what strategies they are using to promote vaccination access. Robin Cogan discusses the vital role school nurses play in providing accurate, truthful health information to their students, families and communities. This is a recorded webinar from November 18, 2021.

Contact hours:1.5                      Cost:   $10                           Length: 90 mins

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Contact Hour(s): 1.5 Cost: $10.00 Length of Program: 90 minutes
Date Created: 2021-11-18 Date Expires: 2024-11-18

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Tinnitus: Causes and Treatment Modalities During COVID and Beyond

Nicole and Laura pic Nicole Laffan, Au.D and Laura Dudley, PhD from Northeastern University discuss various characteristics of tinnitus, hearing loss, different causes, treatments options and CBT helping people experiencing tinnitus. This is a recorded webinar from January 12, 2022.

              Contact hours: 1.5                    Cost: $20                   Length: 90 minutes


Contact Hour(s): 1.5 Cost: $20.00 Length of Program: 90 minutes
Date Created: 2022-01-12 Date Expires: 2025-01-12

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To Err is Human: Reducing Medication Error in Schools

Jenny Gormley, Patty McCaffrey and Ann Stillwater discuss how medication errors can happen in every setting. They investigate how to prevent medication errors in the school setting as well as how do we support nurses when an error has occurred and look at systems issues that may have led to an error. This program is a recorded webinar from March 31, 2020. 


Contact hour: 1                      Cost: $15               Length: 60 minutes


Contact Hour(s): 1.0 Cost: $15.00 Length of Program: 60 minutes
Date Created: 2020-04-03 Date Expires: 2023-04-03

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Town Hall on Anti-Racism in nursing, school nursing, preK-12 schools: A Call to Action

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This is a recorded webinar from The Virtual Summer Academy on August 12, 2020. This anti-racism Town includes: Valeria Ramdin Ph.D., MS, APRN-BC, CNE, and Brenda Lormil, MSN, RN, FNP-C, and Executive Director of HAMA discuss racism in nursing past and present. It is a call to action for all nurses. Presentations from School Nurses regarding racism in school nursing and in K-12 schools, including personal stories from school nurses. Educators also discuss how they are identifying and changing the culture in their school to be more inclusive and aware of microaggressions.

Contact hours: 4.5.      Cost: $45              

Length: 4 1/2 hours


Contact Hour(s): 4.5 Cost: $45.00 Length of Program: 4,5 hours
Date Created: 2020-08-12 Date Expires: 2023-08-12

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Transitioning into the School Nursing Specialty

1 Kathy pic 2 copy  This program was developed for nurses entering or contemplating entering the school nursing specialty. Re-created  6/22/2021.
Contact hours: 1         Cost: $20             Length: 60 minutes


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Ukrainian Crisis Impact on Refugee Youth

Ukraine speakers picDr. Sandra Mattar is a Clinical Psychologist, and Director of Training of the Immigrant and Refugee Health Center at Boston Medical Center, discusses the trauma of war on children and families and what symptoms we might see as regugee families enter our schools. Lindsey Martin, NP, Director of Global Disaster Response and Humanitarian Action at Mass General and has just returned from the Ukrainian/Polish border and she discusses what she has seen with families leaving Ukraine. Nicole Kazarian, MSN, RN, NCSN is a Supervisor of Nurses in the Worcester Public Schools and discusses the collaborations needed to assist with Refugee resettlement and getting students into schools.  This program was created from our live webinar April 27th, 2022.

     Contact hours: 1.75              Cost: $20            Length of program: 1 hour 40 minutes


Contact Hour(s): 1.75 Cost: $20.00 Length of Program: 1 hour 40 minutes
Date Created: 2022-04-28 Date Expires: 2025-04-28

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Vaping as a Pediatric Crisis A Pediatrician Perspective

Dr. Jonathan Winickoff, MD, MPH, FAAP, a pediatrician at Mass General Hospital in Boston, MA, discusses the physical and psychological addiction issues related to vaping for children and adolescents. This powerful presentation was given on November 5, 2019, to an audience of school nurses, health educators, administrators, and counselors.  Created 1/6/20

Contact hour: 1               Cost: $15         Length: 60 minutes


Contact Hour(s): 1.0 Cost: $15.00 Length of Program: 60 minutes
Date Created: 2020-01-06 Date Expires: 2023-01-06

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Vaping as a Pediatric Crisis: A Parent and School Perspective:



Kristin Beauparlant discusses her son’s vaping nicotine addiction and the impact on his school and family life. 
Sean Gallagher and Cathy Riccio discuss how they implemented policies in their school district to assist students with nicotine addiction from vaping. Created 1/7/20

Contact Hours:  1                     Cost: $15            Length: 60 minutes


Contact Hour(s): 1.0 Cost: $15.00 Length of Program: 60 minutes
Date Created: 2020-01-07 Date Expires: 2023-01-07

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Vaping as a Pediatric Crisis: Legal and Treatment Perspective and Resources

   
Mark Gottlieb JD, discusses how legal and policy work can positively assist with the vaping public health crisis for our adolescents and young adults.  Carolyn Cranos, MPH discusses the Resources that school nurses and school health personnel can utilize to assist students to stop vaping.    Created 1/8/20

Contact hour:   1                     Cost: $15                  Length: 60 minutes


Contact Hour(s): 1.0 Cost: $15.00 Length of Program: 60 minutes
Date Created: 2020-01-08 Date Expires: 2023-01-08

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Vaping: New Tools to Help Students Quit

Caroline Cranos pic Caroline Cranos, MPH, is the Program Administrator for the Center for Tobacco Treatment Research and Training at UMass Medical School In Worcester, MA. Caroline discusses vaping trends and provides many new resources for school nurses to access nicotine use and assist students in quitting. This is a 30 minute video recorded on August 9, 2021 and there is 30 minutes of resources for you to review.

Contact Hours: 1      Cost: $20         Length: 1 hour  (30 min video and 30 min resource review)


Contact Hour(s): 1.0 Cost: $20.00 Length of Program: 60 minutes
Date Created: 2021-08-14 Date Expires: 2024-08-14

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Virtual School Nursing Practice

VSA Day 2 Bill Marrapese Photo for OLPBill Marrapesse, presents his role as a Virtual School nurse for the Greenfield Commonwealth Virtual School. Bill discusses virtual teaching, support and screenings as a Virtual School Nurse. This is a recorded webinar from August 11, 2020.

Contact hour: 1         Cost:  $20          Length: 1 hour


Contact Hour(s): 1.0 Cost: $20.00 Length of Program: 60 minutes
Date Created: 2020-08-18 Date Expires: 2023-08-18

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What if They Can’t Tell Us: Pain Assessment for Students with Complex Conditions and Disabilities

Brenna Pic new Brenna Morse, Ph.D., RN, NCSN discusses Pain Assessment strategies for school nurses who work with students with intellectual and developmental disabilities and complex conditions. She provides assessment tools and methods that are appropriate to use. She utilizes case studies to explain tools. New program as of 6/2/2021.

            Contact hour: 1             Cost: $20                  Length: 1 hour


Contact Hour(s): 1.0 Cost: $20.00 Length of Program: 60 minutes
Date Created: 2021-06-03 Date Expires: 2024-06-03

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When is Temperature Assessment Useful? Science and School Nurse Experiences during the Pandemic

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Dr. Bultas is an Associate Professor of Nursing at Saint Louis University Trudy Busch Valentine School of Nursing, and Amy Wehr is a school nurse leader who currently supports 45 school nurses in West St. Louis County area in Missouri. They discuss temperature assessment, the science, the equipment and accuracy, and the best practices for temperature assessment in the school setting during COVID and beyond. This is a recorded webinar from 5/13/21.

Contact hours: 1                     Cost: $20                      Length: 1 hour


Contact Hour(s): 1.0 Cost: $20.00 Length of Program: 60 minutes
Date Created: 2021-05-14 Date Expires: 2024-05-14

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