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Carbohydrate Counting For Students With Diabetes 
Donna Mazyck with Patricia McCarty, BSN, RN, Susan Weiner, MS, RDN, CDE, CDN

 

 

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In this segment we talk about how to teach children and parents  to adjust insulin based on their carbohydrate intake.

 

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Legal Issues Every School Nurse Needs to Know
Donna Mazyck with Michelle C. Laubin, Esq, Cheryl Resha

 

 

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The legal issues around school nursing are complicated.  What basic legal considerations should school nurses be familiar with and routinely contemplating. In this segment we look at some typical scenarios.

 

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Informing Parents and Teens About Meningitis Prevention
Donna Mazyck with Beth Mattey, MSN, RN, NCSN, Dara Torres

 

 

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Meningitis is a  disease that is much more harmful to teens than most parents realize. In this segment we talk about the role school nurses can play in helping to protect children from this deadly infection.

 

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Teaching Young Girls to Do Breast Health Exams
Donna Mazyck with Mary Ann Wasil

 

 

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Our guest today has started a breast health exam movement with support from school nurses. Listen in and find out why school nurses are so important to fighting breast cancer and what you can do to help in your school.

 

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Flu Season 
Enterovirus, EV-D68: What You Need to Know 
Donna Mazyck with Dr. Julia S. Sammons

 

 

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Instances of enterovirus  D68 are being identified across the country and impacting children at many schools.Tune in to learn what information school nurse should be prepared to share with staff, parents and children.

 

 

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