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FREE PATH: Pediatric to Adult Transition in Healthcare: Empowering school nurse to take the first steps

1 (2)  Lorena Gaskill MN, BA, RN is an Assistant Professor of Nursing at the Chaminade University of Honolulu who practiced school nursing for 13 years. Lory discusses the need for adolescent to be assisted with transitioning from pediatric healthcare to adult healthcare.  This includes health literacy as well as learning to advocate for themselves. Ms. Gaskill is currently pursuing her Doctorate of Nursing Practice from The University of Pennsylvania where she hopes to focus on assisting children and families with the transition from pediatric to adult health care. This is a recorded webinar from January 12, 2023.

        Contact hours: 0                 Cost: FREE                    Length: 75 minutes

 

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Date Created: 2023-01-12 Date Expires: 2026-01-12

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Musculoskeletal Assessment: Low Back Pain In Primary Care

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Dr. Chris Campbell, PT, DPT, STC, CSCS, CCI discusses how primary care providers can provide a proper assessment regarding low back pain in patients. He provides an algorithm for assessment and management of low back pain in patiets.


Contact Hour(s): 1 Cost: $0.00 Length of Program: 60 minutes
Date Created: 2021-10-29 Date Expires: 2024-10-29

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15. COVID-19: MA School Nurses Experiences with Test and Stay Protocols in Schools

4 test and stay Dr. Westyn Branch Elliman discusses the MA COVID Test and Stay program. Three Nurse Leaders, Cathryn Hampson, Mary Ellen Duggan and Karen Rufo discuss how Test and Stay in working in their schools and what the barriers/challenges have been and lessons learned.  This is a recorded webinar from October 14, 2021.

No contact hours               Cost: FREE              Length: 75 minutes


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Date Created: 2021-10-14 Date Expires: 2024-10-14

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14. A Safe Return to School during the Pandemic: Bringing the Science behind COVID-19 Infection Prevention to the Classroom

Westyn Branch-Elliman Dr. Westyn Branch-Elliman, Assistant Profession of Medicine, Harvard Medical School, Infectious Disease Infection Prevention Specialist discusses the most current information regarding SARS-CoV-2: Basics and Transmission, mapping mode of transmission, the best available evidence in 2021, vaccination impact, and Delta variant information for schools.  This is a recorded webinar from August 31, 2021.

                          Contact hours: 0              Cost: FREE                 Length: 2 hours


Contact Hour(s): 0.0 Cost: $0.00 Length of Program: 120 minutes
Date Created: 2021-09-01 Date Expires: 2024-09-01

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13. COVID-19 Pooled Testing: Science & School Nurses’ Experiences

Screen Shot 2021-03-24 at 7-57-58 AMDr. Jared Auclair, Northeastern University, discusses the science behind COVID-19 Pooled Testing and the process involved.  Cathy Riccio, Nurse Leader at the Newburyport Public Schools, and her school nurses, Michelle Rybicki and Nelson Lane discuss their process and implementation of Pooled testing in their schools including lessons learned. This program was created from a live webinar on March 23, 2021.

No contact hours               Cost: FREE                   Length: 90 minutes


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Date Created: 2021-03-24 Date Expires: 2024-03-24

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Common Infections in Primary Care and Appropriate Use of Antibiotics

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Brandon Dionne, PharmD, BCPS-AQ ID, BCIDP, AAHIVP, presents to primary care providers the appropriate use of antibiotics in respiratory, skin, and GU illnesses.  This is a recorded webinar from 2/16/21

              No contact hours               Cost:  Free               Length:  1 hour


Contact Hour(s): 0.0 Cost: $0.00 Length of Program: 60 minutes
Date Created: 2021-02-17 Date Expires: 2024-02-17

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11. COVID-19 BINAX Testing in Schools: Science and School Nurse Experiences

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Dr. David Luzzi, PhD, MBA, Senior Vice Provost for Research, Vice President Innovation Campus, Northeastern University, discusses the BINAX antigen test and its scientific basis and use in symptomatic students/staff in the school setting.

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School nurse leaders Loree LaChance, MHA, MSN, RN, NCSN   (Director, Student Health Services at Austin ISD), Susan Franchi DNP, CNP, FNP-C, RN, (Director of Nursing Arlington Public Schools, MA) and Cathryn Hampson MSN, RN, NCSN, STTI, (Supervisor of Health Services – North Middlesex Regional School District in MA) discuss how they have implemented or are planning to implement BINAX in-school testing.  Remember to always follow your state Department of Health/Local Board of Health regarding BINAX testing medical waste disposal.  This was a live webinar on December 8, 2020, with partial support from Exergen Corporation.

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9. COVID-19: How are Our Students Doing? Identifying Mental and Physical Health Concerns and Strategies during the Pandemic
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COVID-19: How are the Students Doing?: Identifying Mental and Physical Health Concerns and Strategies during the Pandemic.  This is a recorded webinar held on November 3, 2020.

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Contact Hour(s): 0.0 Cost: $0.00 Length of Program: 240 minutes
Date Created: 2020-11-04 Date Expires: 2023-11-04

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8. COVID-19 Testing: Strategies and Models for Schools

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  Dr. David Luzzi from Northeastern University discusses COVID tests choices and testing processes, Dr. Nate Horowitz-Willis discusses COVID in regards to social determinants of health, and 4 school nurses (Sheila Caldwell, New Jersey: Lisa Kern, Florida: Linda Corridan, Wellesley Public Schools, and Adria Pavletic, Private school in MA) discuss their experiences and challenges in planning and providing testing in their schools. This is a recorded webinar from October 22, 2020, with partial support from Exergen Corporation.

    No contact hours           Cost: FREE               Length: 2 hours


Contact Hour(s): 0.0 Cost: $0.00 Length of Program: 120 minutes
Date Created: 2020-10-23 Date Expires: 2023-10-23

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7. COVID-19 Contact Tracing: School Nurses and Local Boards of Health Collaboration During COVID-19

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School nurses discuss their collaboration with their local Boards of Health during the COVID-19 Pandemic on this recorded September 17, 2020 webinar. What were/are the challenges?  What have we learned?  What training was needed to assist the local Board of Health? How will local Boards of Health communicate with school nurses during the pandemic?No contact hours                  Cost: FREE                  Length: 90 minutes


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Date Created: 2020-09-17 Date Expires: 2023-09-17

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6. COVID-19: Preventing Transmission in Schools: School Nurse Planning & Perspectives for Reopening Schools during the Pandemic

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This program was recorded on August 10, 2020 regarding Reopening Schools during a pandemic.  Epidemiologist Dr. Westyn Branch-Elliman discusses COVID’s impact on reopening schools.  Four school nurse leaders from Massachusetts, Texan, Ohio, and New Jersey discuss their states’ challenges, barriers, and plans for reopening schools. Donna Gaffney DNSc, PMHCNS-BC, FAAN also presents on Navigating Uncertainty in the New School Year: A Survival Guide for School Nurses

No contact hours       Cost: FREE     Length: 3.5 hours


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Date Created: 2020-08-10 Date Expires: 2023-08-10

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

Flyer COVID masks webinar 5-14-20 9 presenters updated cred    This program is a recorded webinar from May 14, 2020. Speakers discuss the issue of Masks as PPE in different settings (hospital, schools, EMS and community). Northeastern University researchers discuss ongoing research regarding the safety of different kinds of masks.

No contact Hours                 Cost: FREE              Length: 2 hours


Contact Hour(s): 0.0 Cost: $0.00 Length of Program: 120 minutes
Date Created: 2020-05-15 Date Expires: 2023-05-15

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3. COVID-19: Recognizing Disparities during the Pandemic from Webinar

5 pic disparities This program is a recorded webinar from April 29, 2020, where the panelists discuss the disparities exacerbated during the COVID-19 pandemic and how school nurses can help mitigate these disparities.

No contact hours      Cost: FREE       Length: 1.5 hours


Contact Hour(s): 0.0 Cost: $0.00 Length of Program: 90 minutes
Date Created: 2020-04-30 Date Expires: 2023-04-30

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2. COVID-19: School Nurses Connecting with Students During the Pandemic
This 90 minute webinar from April 8, 2020, focused on how School Nurses are connecting with students to support their physical and emotional needs during the COVID-19 pandemic.  
No contact hours             Cost: FREE          Length: 1 & 1/2 hours

Contact Hour(s): 0.0 Cost: $0.00 Length of Program: 90 minutes
Date Created: 2020-04-08 Date Expires: 2023-04-08

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10. COVID-19 Peer Support/Self Care/Resilience for Health Care Professionals during COVID-19

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This webinar is presented by the Northeastern University School of Nursing to support Health Care Providers during COVID-19. April 2, 2020

                   No contact hours         FREE                 Length: 60 minutes

 


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Date Created: 2020-04-02 Date Expires: 2023-04-02

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1. COVID-19: School Nurses’ Actions during the Pandemic

This is an archived program from a live webinar on March 26, 2020, on the School Nurse’s role during the COVID-19 pandemic.

No contact hours     Cost: FREE   Length: 1 & 1/2 hours


Contact Hour(s): 0.0 Cost: $0.00 Length of Program: 90 minutes
Date Created: 2020-03-27 Date Expires: 2023-03-27

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

School Based Medicaid Billing for School Nurses: Where DO I Start?

This online program for School Nurses was created from a recorded webinar on Nov. 21 and features an overview of School-Based Medicaid programs, requirements, and expansion with the Free Care Rule clarified. School Municipal Medicaid Expert Jennifer Robinson discusses experiences in states, including Massachusetts, Arizona, California, Florida, New Hampshire, and Texas.
Jennifer Robinson, School Municipal Medicaid Expert  This program is a recorded webinar from November 21, 2019. Reveiwed 11/21/22

Contact hours: 1                 Cost: Free         Length: 60 minutes


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School Nurses Working Smarter not Harder Using Communication Technology in the Health Office

Mrs. Angela Avramidis, BSN, RN, NCSN presented School Nurses Working Smarter not Harder on this October 10 live webinar.  She walks us through using a communication application (not using your personal cell phone) so you can communicate with parents easier (but they won’t have access to your personal cell phone for off work hours).  She also discusses how she has utilized community resources to fund projects for her health office.  Angela shows you how to use Google Docs to keep your evaluation evidence more efficiently.   Created October 10, 2019.     
Contact hours: 0              Cost:  Free             Length: 60 minutes


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Finding the Joy with Social Emotional Learning


Judy Styer BA, BSN, RN, NCSN  is the Director of Health and Wellness in the Framingham Public Schools in Massachusetts.  This presentation was given at the 2019 Summer Academy in Hyannis, MA.  Judy discusses what Social Emotional Learning can mean to school nursing practice. Created 9/11/19.

Contact hours: 0        Cost: Free        Length: 30 minutes


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Tattooing, Piercing and Body Modification in Adolescents
Tattooing, Piercing and Body Modification in Adolescents

  Laura K. Grubb, MD, MPH presents information about tattooing, piercing and body modifications in adolescents and young adults. She discusses tattoo/piercing safety and awareness information, potential complications and infections, pre and post care information and addresses how school nurses can address these issues with students. Created 8/30/19.

Contact Hour: 0     Cost: FREE      Length: 60 minutes


Contact Hour(s): 0.0 Cost: $0.00 Length of Program: 60 minutes
Date Created: 2019-08-30 Date Expires: 2022-08-30

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Human Trafficking Module 3: Unique Intervention Approaches and Resources
This module contains 4 sessions filmed at the Human Trafficking Conference held at Northeastern University on April 27, 2019.  State and national experts present on topics including an industrial engineering approach to fighting trafficking, screening tools and resources for providing services to survivors, and how law enforcement, advocates for survivors, school nurses and emergency room workers can fight against human trafficking. Created 7/24/19.

Contact hours: 0     Cost: FREE     Length: 3 hours
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Contact Hour(s): 0.0 Cost: $0.00 Length of Program: 180 minutes
Date Created: 2019-07-24 Date Expires: 2022-07-24

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Human Trafficking Module 2: Identification Strategies, Trauma Informed Interviewing
This module contains 4 sessions from the Human Trafficking Conference held at Northeastern University on April 27, 2019.  State and National experts present investigative techniques used by law enforcement, providing trauma informed care for healthcare providers, trauma informed interviewing and outreach to survivors. Created 6/4/19.

Contact Hours: 0   Cost: FREE    Length: 2.5 hours

Contact Hour(s): 0.0 Cost: $0.00 Length of Program: 150 minutes
Date Created: 2019-06-04 Date Expires: 2022-06-04

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Human Trafficking Module 1: Overview and Vulnerable Youth
This module contains 4 sessions from the Human Trafficking Conference held at Northeastern University on April 27, 2019.  State and National experts present an overview of the Human Trafficking issue, including legal definitions and contexts where it occurs,  how at-risk youth are impacted, and warning signs School Nurses can look out for. Created 6/3/19.

Contact Hours:0     Cost: FREE    Length: 2.5
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Contact Hour(s): 0.0 Cost: $0.00 Length of Program: 150 minutes
Date Created: 2019-06-03 Date Expires: 2022-06-03

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Becoming a Grief Journey Companion: Supporting Grieving Students

Four experts of the national non-profit HealGrief share how school nurses, counselors and teachers can support children and youth who are grieving. Created 3/27/19.
 
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Why Can’t This Child Get to Class? Learn how ME/CFS keeps youth from attending school

 Featured content experts: Dr. Peter C.Rowe, Pediatrician, Director, Childrens Center Chronic Fatigue Clinic at John Hopkins, and Professor of Pediatrics, and Lisa Hall, RN. Northampton Integrative Medicine, discuss an illness and disability that keeps afflicted children from attending school for months or even years at a time: ME/CFS (Myalgic Encephalomyelitis / Chronic Fatigue Syndrome), a disease the Centers for Disease Control calls America’s hidden health crisis. Created 7/11/19.

Contact hours: 0   Cost Free   Length: 3.25 hours


Contact Hour(s): 0.0 Cost: $0.00 Length of Program: 3,25 hours
Date Created: 2019-07-11 Date Expires: 2022-07-11

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Coordinating Care for Children Who Have Experienced Trauma: Behavioral Telehealth in Schools

  Megan Wallace, a Licensed Independent Social Worker and the Clinic Coordinator for the National Crime Victims Research and Treatment Center (NCVC) within the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at the Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC), will explain the need for care coordination for children who have experienced trauma, and how behavioral telehealth can bridge the gap in access to care for these children. Created 3/19/19.

Contact Hours: 0             Cost: FREE         Length: 60 minutes


Contact Hour(s): 0.0 Cost: $0.00 Length of Program: 60 minutes
Date Created: 2019-03-19 Date Expires: 2022-03-19

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Preparing School Nurses and School Teams for Sudden Cardiac Arrest (SCA) in Schools
  Martha Lopez Anderson, The Executive Director of Parent Heart Watch, discusses sudden cardiac arrest in youth and how school nurses and school teams can be prepared for this event. This is a recorded webinar. Created 3/17/19.

 Contact Hour: 0           Cost  FREE          Length: 60 minutes


Contact Hour(s): 0.0 Cost: $0.00 Length of Program: 60 minutes
Date Created: 2019-03-17 Date Expires: 2022-03-17

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FREE Public Health Issue: Firearms Impacting Student Safety in Schools

This program was taped from a presentation on November 6, 2018 by Robin Cogan.  Robin Cogan MEd, RN, NCSN is a School Nurse Advocate NJ. She discusses the statistics of firearm violence on students in our schools and communities.  Robin also discusses her story about finding her nursing advocacy voice for this public health issue. This is not a political presentation.  Created 2/10/19. CHANGED TO RESOURCE 4/18/2023

         Contact Hours: 0       Cost FREE            Length: 1.5 hours


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Superintendent’s Perspective: Why I Support School Health Services FREE

Dr. Gary Maestas presents a Superintendent’s perspective of the importance of health services in schools positively impacting students.
No Contact Hours for this program. Created 2/4/19.
Length: 18 minutes


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Holistic School Nursing, A New Paradigm: An Evidence-based Specialty RECORDED WEBINAR

Cyndi Aldrich, M.Ed., BSN, HN-BC, School Nurse and board certified Holistic Nurse, explains how school nurses can incorporate holistic nursing into their practice. Created 1/31/19.

Contact hours: 0      Cost: FREE              Length: 60 minutes


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Grandparents Raising Grandchildren: What School Nurses Need to Know

This webinar was recorded on Wednesday, January 23, 2019. Carole Butze M.Ed., BSN, RN, member, Massachusetts Commission on the Status of Grandparents Raising Grandchildren. Created 1/31/19.

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FREE Twitter As a Tool for School Nursing Advocacy Recorded webinar

Robin Cogan, MEd, RN, NCSN is a New Jersey school nurse activist and blogger advocating for student health and safety. She explains how school nurses can use Twitter as a tool to advocate for student health and safety. Created 1/30/19. CHANGED TO RESOURCE 4/18/2023

Contact hours: 0             Cost: FREE          Length: 60 minutes


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Marijuana Use in Youth: Effects of Legalization and Use

                                       

This program was videotaped on November 6, 2018 at an annual MA School Nurse Conference in Marlboro, MA.
School health professionals will understand the negative effects of marijuana use for youth and adults, understand the current marijuana laws in MA, and understand how legalization of marijuana leads to increase youth use and misconceptions that marijuana is safe to use. Created 12/5/18.

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Chemistry of Opioid Addiction – Recorded Webinar

Chemistry of Opioid Addiction
This webinar took place on September 25, 2018 and was recorded via BlueJeans. Randolph A. Escobar and Edwin Alfonzo, advanced PhD candidates in Chemistry at Boston University, break down the chemistry behind opioids and addiction for school health personnel. Created 10/10/18.

Contact hours: 0           Cost: Free              Length: 60 minutes


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Working with Students with Hearing Impairment

Mary Rapa, RN and Lynn Power, RN are nurses who work at the Framingham Learning Center for the Deaf. They share their expertise in working with students who are deaf or have a hearing impairment.This presentation was videotaped at the 2017 Summer Academy for School Nurses in Hyannis, MA. Created 6/20/18.

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School Nurses on the Front Lines of the Opioid Crisis: Part 2, A webinar with Karen Jarvis-Vance, MSN, RN, NCSN

Karen Jarvis-Vance, MSN, RN, NCSN School Nurse Leader, Northampton Public Schools. This archived webinar features the virtual interview with the NEUSHA directors and guest Karen Jarvis-Vance, MSN, RN, NCSN about how she as a school nurse administrator engages with others in her community to address the opioid epidemic. Created 3/20/18.

Contact hours: 0          Cost: $0         Length: 60 minutes


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School Nurses and the Opioid Crisis: Part 1 Featuring Susan B. Avallone MSN, RN, NCSN

This archived webinar is the first in our series, School Nurses and the Opioid Crisis. This webinar took place on February 22nd, 2018 and was called, School Nurses on the Front Lines of the Opioid Crisis, A live webinar featuring Susan B Avallone, MSN, RN, NCSN, “A Message of Collaboration and Networking”. NEUSHA Directors Kathy Hassey and Jenny Gormley interviewed Susan about her experience working as a school nurse in her community to address the opioid crisis. Questions from the audience were taken. Created 3/1/18.

Contact hours: 0             Cost: Free               Length: 60 minutes


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Tech Talk: Technology Tutorials for School Health Personnel

These technology tutorials were created for the Tech Talk portion of our Hybrid School Nurse Leadership Series. Created 2/23/18. Reviewed 2/22/2020.
Contact hours: 0  Cost:0  Length: 2 hours

The tutorials, created by the NEUSHA team, are on these topics: 

  1. Intro to Google Docs for School Health Personnel
  2. Use of Images for Communication
  3. Using Powerpoint Effectively
  4. Interactive Tools for More Engaging Presentations
  5. Overview of Newsletters for School Health Personnel
  6. Excel for Tracking and Graphing Data

Contact Hour(s): 0 Cost: $0.00 Length of Program: 2 hours
Date Created: 2020-02-20 Date Expires:

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How to Run a Paperless Health Office: Interview with Linda Leonard, BSN, RN, NCSN and Tania Laslovitch, LAT, ATC

In this new form of continuing nursing education, the NEUSHA team has recorded a virtual BlueJeans interview with Linda Learnard, BSN, RN, NCSN, School Nurse of Martha’s Vineyard High School, and Tania Laslovitch, LAT, ATC, Athletic Trainer at Martha’s Vineyard High School, about how they turned their health office paperless. Linda and Tania share their computer screen so participants can see how their digital filing system works, using a fictional student named Peter Pan. Created 1/17/18. Reviewed 6/21/21

Contact Hours: 0                     Cost: FREE                        Length: 60 minutes


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Pediatric Cardiology for the School Nurse

Dr. Stewart Mackie, Pediatric Cardiologist at Bay State Medical Center in Springfield, Massachusetts, presents essential cardiac assessment and management strategies for school nurses. This program is divided into 6 segments with questions following to stimulate learning. Created 5/10/18.

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Advocacy: Speak out for student health loudly, often, and strategically

Anne Sheetz, MPH, RN, NEA-BC, former Director of School Health Services for the Massachusetts Department of Public Health, shares her expertise and encouragement for speaking publicly and effectively about student health issues and the school nurse role. This presentation was provided at the Northeastern University School Health Academy summer conference in August 2017 in Hyannis, MA. The focus is on advocacy efforts generally with examples from Ms.Sheetz’s experience with Massachusetts and several other states. Created 10/27/2017. Reviewed 10/27/2020.


Contact Hour(s): 0.0 Cost: $0.00 Length of Program: 60 minutes
Date Created: 2017-10-27 Date Expires:

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FREE Zika and Other Exotic Threats to Worry About

Dr. Al DeMaria presents information about Zika, Ebola, Mumps, Food Borne Illness and Antibiotic resistance. This presentation was taped at the August 2016 Summer Academy in Hyannis, Massachusetts. Created 12/30/2016.

 Length: 60 minutes     Contact hours:0      Cost:FREE


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Anxiety in Youth and the Use of Emotional Freedom Technique

This program describes the prevalence, pathophysiology, and impact of anxiety on youth and the use of Emotional Freedom Technique as one emerging evidence-based method for managing student anxiety in the school setting. The content is intended for school nurses and counselors working individually with students. Created 11/18/16. Reviewed & updated 11/18/2019.

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