Desperate for Inservice info!!!!!

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by nurse chel nurse chel (New) New

Help!!! I need to find out where I can get info on Inservices. I am a school nurse at a boarding school for high risk kids (drugs/alcohol) and I need to do 6 inservices for the rest of the school staff this year! Can anyone out there help me?!! ( FYI- we have 2 diabetic kids on campus)

Jeanine

Jeanine

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You can get 3 out of the way easily. We are required to do "Bloodborne Pathogens", "Heimleich", and "Lyme Disease" with our staff. Those are pretty straight forward. You can order a video for the BBPathogens (20 min) that is appropriate for school staff. Heimliech is a 10 minute quickie. Lyme disease is just doing a little research. Ask the principal about topics or poll the staff on what they would like to know about. Good Luck!

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deffinately cpr and heimlich update

infection control: handling bloody noses/cuts etc

some ideas for you:

early identification and intervention for adolescent alcohol use

http://www.aap.org/advocacy/chm98ado.htm

update on drug use in teens--info from partnership for a drug free america

http://www.drugfreeamerica.org/parents_caregivers/default.asp?ws=pdfa&vol=1&grp=parents%2fcaregivers

helping children cope with stress

helping the student with diabetes succeed

http://www.ndep.nih.gov/diabetes/youth/youth.htm

eating disorders in teens and pre-teens

helping traumatized children a brief overview for caregivers

http://www.childtrauma.org/ctamaterials/principles2.asp

helping children who are being teased and bullied

http://nsweb.nursingspectrum.com/ce/ce305.htm

children, adolescents and hiv/aids

http://www.aacap.org/publications/factsfam/aids.htm

american academy of pediatrics identifying and treating eating disorders ...

flu ( preventing spead of viruses in your facility)

http://www.chw.healthinkonline.com/modules/selfcarewellness/welladvised.asp?artid=57

teen health issues + suicide in teens (several articles)

http://rxlist.healthology.com/focus_index.asp?b=rxlist&f=teenhealth

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