You’ll speak up for children that may need social services intervention.
You’ll perform hearing and eye tests.
You’ll work with parents and family physicians.
You’ll teach students about healthcare and growth development.
You’ll administer medication, provide basic first aid, perform procedures for students with physical disabilities, and monitor conditions such as diabetes and asthma.
Work as a Registered Nurse, gaining three years or 4,000 hours of experience.
Pass the School Nurse Certification exam through the National Board for Certification of School Nurses.
You’re ready to work as a School Nurse.
Notes on Nursing Podcast
School Nursing Panel DiscussionWe talk school nurses and nursing in this episode of Nursing Notes Live. We have a panel discussion on school nursing for back-to-school season. Joining me on the show are Nina Fekaris, MS, BSN, RN, NCSN and Barbara Parker, Ed.D., M.P.A., B.S.N., P.H.N. Nina is the president of the National Association of School Nurses (NASN), and...The post School Nursing Panel Discussion appeared first on Nursing Notes Live.2017-08-28T06:10:21Z