Specialty Program 2021 | Foundations for School Nursing | Spring
Foundations for School Nursing provides relevant, skills-based education for anyone interested in school nursing or working in schools. The course will include opportunities to connect with local professional networks.
In this course you will:
- Develop knowledge of pediatric individual- and population-level health issues and interventions
- Develop knowledge of managing common pediatric acute and chronic conditions in schools
- Build skills and confidence to provide evidence-based care to youth in schools
- Learn current approaches to addressing health inequities in the school setting
Foundations for School Nursing provides relevant content for and is open to all pre- and post-licensure healthcare professionals and educators interested in school-based health. The course has been approved by the Professional Education Standards Board (PESB) to meet the course requirement for ESA Certification.
CONNECT WITH COLLEAGUES
Students will connect virtually in locally-based hubs throughout the quarter to synthesize their learning, ask questions, share expertise, and network with colleagues. You will find more information about regional hub meetings under the "Program" tab.
This course is offered in partnership with the School Nurse Organization of Washington (SNOW).
Our course faculty will be holding an information session at the SNOW Spring 2021 Conference! Come see us there!
Foundations for School Nursing will primarily consist of flexible self-study modules, with 24/7 access!
Students will meet via Zoom in small facilitated regional groups four times during the course to synthesize and discuss course content, ask questions, and engage with case studies. These meetings will occur in the evening on the following Wednesdays, from 5 to 6:30pm (timing flexible based on group needs).
- March 31st
- April 14th
- May 12th
- June 2nd
Faculty will also hold optional Zoom discussion sessions every Monday evening from March 29th to May 24th, 5 to 6:30pm, where all students are welcome to drop in.
Debora Johnson, MN, RN
School Nurse, Moses Lake School District
Marie DeBell, MN, RN, NCSN
Clinical Instructor, Child, Family & Population Health Nursing, UW School of Nursing
Mayumi Willgerodt, PhD, MPH FAAN, FNASN, RN
Associate Professor and Vice-Chair for Education, Department of Child, Family, and Population Health Nursing, University of Washington School of Nursing
Kari Lombard, BSN, RN, NCSN, DNP-PMHNP Student
Nurse Planner, Continuing Nursing Education, UW School of Nursing, Seattle
- 30.00 Contact hours