3 Reasons to Get Involved in the Meningitis Initiative
Eleanor Garrow-Majka and Sally Schoessler RN, BSN, MSEd with host Amy Garcia
NASN’s Meningitis awareness campaign is all about bringing together various voices — school nurses, parents, and survivors of the disease. The goal is to share personal experiences to help families understand the threat to tweens and teens and the importance of vaccination.
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May 8, 2009 School Nurses Radio
Shara Ludlum nearly lost her son Tyler when he contracted meningitis as a preteen in June 2008. Within hours of his first symptoms, Tyler was in critical condition. Cheryl Sampson has been a registered nurse for 33 years,and serves as the lead nurse for the district. She joined the Voices of Meningitis campaign this year and is a Challenge Champion for the Western region.
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