Continuing Nursing Education for School Nurses and Others

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Enjoy continuing nursing education programming without the travel!

This Winter/Spring, NEUSHA hosted a series of live weekly webinars, featuring a variety of topics related to student health and safety and school health practice!  Past webinars were recorded and are now available as Online Programs, which you can complete on your own time! Click on the titles below for more info/registration.

Wednesday, January 9th: How Does Telehealth Work in the School Setting?

Wednesday, January 16: Twitter as a Tool For School Nursing Advocacy

Wednesday, January 23: Grandparents raising grandchildren

Wednesday, January 30th: Holistic School Nursing, A New Paradigm: An Evidenced Based Specialty

Wednesday, Feb. 6th: Preparing School Nurses and School Teams for Sudden Cardiac Arrest (SCA) in Schools

Tuesday March 5th: e-Cigarettes and Vaping: The Facts about the Epidemic and the Risks to Adolescents

Wednesday March 6th, Life-Threatening Food Allergies: Essentials for Nurses & Others Working in the Private School Setting

Weds. April 3rd: Skin Cancer Prevention in Youth: A Health Curriculum to Combat the Most Common Cancer

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

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We are also a registered provider of Professional Development Points from the MA Department of Elementary and Secondary Education, Provider Number 2019U0003

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

 

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