Alaska School Nurses Association

New Online Skills-Based Program - Managing Chronic Health Conditions in Schools

Posted 8 months ago by Annette Johansen

Now free to NASN non-members and helpful for new school nurses as they navigate the basics to get to COVID planning and recovery work.

Another great effort from Ann Nichols, North Carolina State School Health Nurse Consultant, Nursing Supervisor and her colleagues with NASN’s Nichole Bobo, MSN, RN, Director of Nursing Education

New Online Skills-Based Program

The Skills-Based Approach to Managing Chronic Health Conditions in Schools is an interactive program geared toward helping school nurses apply the NASN Framework for 21st Century School Nursing PracticeTM to the management of chronic health conditions in schools. The program is part of the CDC-funded NASN project Collaboration to Support Students with Chronic Health Conditions and was originally an in-person program at the Healthy Schools Academy conference held at the CDC in Atlanta in February 2018. The course is now available online and free for NASN members and non-members.

Upon successful completion of this offering,
participants will receive 4.25 CNE contact hours.

Click on the Skills-Based Program below to register.

SKILLS-BASED PROGRAM