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Ebola Virus: Separating Fact from Fiction 
Donna Mazyck with Dr. William Schaffner

 

 

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School Nurses Association Special Report:


The outbreak of the Ebola virus in Africa along with the wide news coverage has caused some concern, uncertainly  and confusion about the domestic risk.  Our expert guest joins us to help separate fact from fiction.

 

 

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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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Collaboration 
Creating A Team Plan for Managing Hypoglycemia in School 
Donna Mazyck with Susan Hoffmann MSN, RN, NCSN, and Sarah Butler, MS, RN, CDE, NCSN,

 

 

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Supporting students of who are at risk of Hypoglycemia requires a team effort.  In this segment we discuss what's required to ensure that all school staff can recognize hypoglycemia and know how to appropriately respond.

 

 

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Trends 
The  Unrecognized, Yet Obvious Connection Between Health and Academic Achievement 
Donna Mazyck with Beverly Bradley

 

 

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Our guest reviewed 122 well researched and peer-reviewed studies and concluded that the connection between student health and academic achievement is undeniable and well support.  Her research is an invaluable tool to school nurses making the case for continued or greater support.

 

 

 

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Trends 
Students With Food Allergies on the Rise: How Prepared Are You? 
Donna Mazyck with  Andrea Tanner, School Nurse Sally Schoessler, RN, BSN, MSEd

 

 

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Increasing numbers of students are being impacted by food allergies.  Allergies may be life threatening, but there are many things school nurses can do to increase awareness and prepare everyone  to respond when needed.

 

 

 

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