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The Hidden Underage Drinking Problem: What School Nurses Can Do 
Donna Mazyck with  Elizabeth "Beth" Light, MSN, RN, NCSN, Frances M. Harding

 

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Underage drinking is a much bigger problem than many parents, educators or school nurses realize.  In this segment we explore the data and offer tools and tips for school nurses.

 

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A Quick Checklist of Key Components and Relevant Laws  for Creating an Individualized Health Plan 
Donna Mazyck with  Carrie Clarke, RN, and Sally Schoessler RN, BSN, MSEd NASN

 

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Who should be involved in creating an individualized health plan for students?  What are the key components that should be considered?  What are the critical legal issues that should be understood? In this segment we offer a quick review and guide. Learn more...

 

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Too Late? 
February Is Peak Flu Season: Mid-Season Tips You Should Pass on to Parents
Donna Mazyck with  Laura Scott, Nichole Bobo

 

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This is peak season for influenza. Are there any steps that parents and children should be taking this late in the season to avoid getting the flu? The answer is yes, learn more...

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Interventions 
Can You Quickly Identify and Respond to Behavioral Health Disorders?
Donna Mazyck with Mary Ann Gapinski and Dr. David M. Schwartz

 

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School nurses are  among the first people positioned to spot a behavioral health disorder in  students.   But behavioral health disorders can be difficult to identify. Our guests offer useful guidance and tools.

 

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Undercover Drugs 
Preventing Student Abuse of Over-the-Counter Medicines
Donna Mazyck with   Peggy McKibbin, Tammy Walsh

 

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Multiple national surveys point to the disturbing abuse of prescription (Rx) and over-the-counter (OTC) medicines, like OTC cough medicine, among today's teens. Six percent of high school teens admit to having abused cough medicine, to get high in the past year and thirty-three percent of high school teens say they know someone who has abused cough medicine. In this segment we  provide school nurses and parents with tools to help address teen medicine abuse.

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