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Abuse
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Evidence-Based Practice

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New tool removes school-nurse isolation.
Lori Anderson, the daughter of an Oconomowoc school nurse, saw the daily challenges of school nurses even as a kid: not enough time, too few resources and isolation from peers.As a clinical professor at UW-Madison's School of Nursing, Anderson helped tackle those problems by creating a Web-based tool that school nurses ... are now using to treat and better understand kids' chronic illnesses. . . . keep reading

AAP updates treatments for head lice.
An updated clinical report by the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) "Head Lice," in the May 2015 issue of Pediatrics (published online April 27), provides information to pediatricians and other health practitioners on safe and effective methods for treating head lice, including new products and medications." . . . keep reading

Where have the school nurses gone?
Ever think about the things that happen to our kids' health once we drop them off at school for the day? It used to be that we figured school health would be handled by our school nurses, but that is a dead or dying belief. . . . keep reading

School nurses provide vital link in health care chain, advocates say.
'If you can't breathe, or if your blood sugar is so low that you're feeling foggy, you are not connecting with learning.' (Fleming) said the state is looking at ways to increase federal dollars that could be used to enhance school nursing programs. Student health services also could be in line for more state funds as the Legislature overhauls education spending in response to the McCleary Supreme Court decision. . . . keep reading

School nursing: More than first aid.
Licensed school nurses in Edina do more than administer first aid for students. They are health educators and promoters for students and their families as needs become more complex. Their position in the school corridors can seem behind the scenes, but they play a vital role in student health, learning and overall well-being." . . . keep reading

Get expert advice from Dr. Richard J Pollack

  Do you believe that head lice and their eggs (nits):

  • IdentifyUSCause disease by direct harm and/or transmitting pathogens
  • Are shared readily and cause epidemics
  • Have mutated to ‘super-lice' and are resistant to all treatment
  • Can and must be eradicated
  • Can jump, fly and survive for weeks off a host Indicate a sign of child neglect
  • Require children to be quarantined or treated immediately

  Well, you would be wrong
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