This year Ramadan runs from the evening of March 22, 2023, through April 21, 2023. School Nurses are positioned to help educate teachers and support students during this time. You may have students participating in daily fasting. Students participating may experience low blood sugar, weakness, and other symptoms that make physical activity more challenging. These students may need more frequent breaks or be fatigued by the end of the day.
MUSC Launches App for Sickle Cell Anemia to help patients and doctors better understand Disease.
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A new course by the epilepsy alliance https://rutgerstraining.sph.rutgers.edu/Epilepsy/#/
Dear School Nurses,
NASN has developed a course, Incorporating Multi-Tiered System of Support into School Health Services to Promote Health Equity, that supports your work for students with epilepsy.
NASN is requesting that you take this free 1.5 NCPD course by 4/15/23. You may access the course on the NASN website.
Please contact NASN https://www.nasn.org/faq if you have trouble logging into the Learning Center, or Elizabeth Clark, firstname.lastname@example.org if have issues accessing the course.
Hosted by SCASN, SCDOE, and Lowcountry AHECFree for school nurses, SRO's & school mental health support professionals. First come, first served, so register today. Max capacity 500.When: Monday, March 13, 2023 - 7:30 AM check in | 8:30 AM - 3:30 PM (Lunch on your own.)Location: Richland 2 Institute of Innovation, R2I2, 763 Fashion Drive, Columbia, SC 29229This program is approved for 0.60 CEUs (6.0 clock hours) by Lowcountry AHEC and meets SC AHEC Best Practice Standards.
June 11 - 13, 2023
"Riding the Wave to Resiliency"
Sheraton Myrtle Beach Convention Center