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Fin82 has 12 years experience and specializes in School Nurse, MedSurg exp, Nauvice freelancer.

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  1. ADHD: Is It Overdiagnosed?

    That is such a good point! Mental health disorders caused by trauma can manifest in so many ways and they often overlap and mask each other.
  2. ADHD: Is It Overdiagnosed?

    ADHD Most Common Neurodevelopmental Disorder Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) is now hailed as one of the most common neurodevelopmental disorders worldwide. The Centers for Disease Control estimates that up to 5% of children/adole...
  3. Child Abuse: Thoughts From a School Nurse

    I have never worked with peds outside of the school setting, but we have training on how to communicate with students we suspect are being abused and are expected to report immediately. Hopefully, spreading awareness and giving instructions on how an...
  4. March: Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month

    I'm sorry you lost your dad to this. Hopefully, screening techniques will continue to improve, and we, as nurses, can continue to educate the importance of catching it early. Happy to hear yours was caught in the precancerous stage. Although, losing ...
  5. Child Abuse: Thoughts From a School Nurse

    Smart thinking on your wife's behalf. Good for her! Yes, we are required by law to report suspicions of abuse. Sometimes, we are the only advocate these children have.
  6. April is National Child Abuse Prevention Month (NCAPM). It was established in 1983 to raise awareness and to help prevent abuse among our littlest. I must admit ... I grew up and lived in rural West Tennessee most of my life, and until I worked withi...
  7. March: Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month

    Good for you for advocating for yourself! I had a family member that passed away at 29. It was misdiagnosed for over a year. When it was finally determined it was colon cancer it had progressed to stage IV. She lived 8 months after that. Thanks...
  8. March is colorectal awareness month. Now more than ever, awareness is key to slowing this disease. Colorectal cancer climbed to be the second leading cause of cancer deaths in the United States. The rate of colorectal cancer has been steadily on the ...

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