School Nurses Organization of Arizona
INTRODUCTION TO SCHOOL NURSING | MAY 2 – MAY 20, 2022
NCE 225 | Class #17340 | Online Class | 2 credits – $170
Registered nursing skills necessary to prepare for employment in a school health setting. Triaging, school health office management skills, legal issues, and scope of practice of the school nurse. Health screening basics, immunization protocols, emergency response skills and health teaching. Prerequisites: Current registered nurse (RN), or licensed practical nurse (LPN), or recent graduate of an accredited nursing program, or permission of instructor.
FUNDAMENTALS OF SCHOOL NURSING PRACTICE | MAY 23 – JULY 1, 2022
NCE 234 | Class #17341 | Online Class | 3 credits – $255
Assessment, development, implementation and evaluation of school health programming. Focus on nursing theory as it relates to school health programming. Program management, professional development, dealing with change, health education, interdisciplinary interaction and role of the professional nurse in the school setting. Prerequisites: School nurse or current registered nurse (RN) licensure.
RECOGNIZING SKIN RASHES IN THE SCHOOL AGED CHILD | JUNE 13 – JULY 15, 2022
NCE 131 | Class #10909 | Online Class | 0.5 credit – $42.50
Recognition of common childhood rashes, identify allergic rash manifestations, communicable rashes and infectious rashes. Prerequisites: Current Arizona Registered Nurse (RN) license or Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) license or permission of instructor.
HEALTH ASSESSMENT OF THE SCHOOL AGED CHILD | JUNE 13 – JULY 22, 2022
NCE 232 | Class #17342 | Online Class | 3 credits – $255
Comprehensive health assessment foundation. Development of interviewing skills, obtaining health histories, and conducting physical examinations on the school age child. Identification and management of minor illnesses and health problems common to school-age children. Prerequisites: School nurse or current registered nurse (RN) licensure.
PEDIATRIC DIABETES | JULY 11 – JULY 22, 2022
NCE 271 | Class #10899 | Online Class | 0.5 credit – $42.50
Provides an overview of diabetes in the pediatric population. Epidemiology and etiology, types of diabetes in children and symptom recognition, medication and diet management, complications, new technological devices, and family interventions. Prerequisites: Current Arizona Registered Nurse (RN) license or Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) license or permission of instructor.
SCHOOL NURSE EMERGENCY ASSESSMENT SKILLS | JULY 18 – JULY 29, 2022
NCE 210 | Class #17343 | Online | 1 credit – $85 per credit
Update of emergency assessment in the school setting. Includes emergency assessment of seizures, asthma, head and neck injuries, heat related problems, bites, stings, burns, orthopedic injuries and abused substances. Prerequisites: School nurse, school health aid, other health professionals or permission of the instructor.
SCHOOL HEALTH UPDATE: ASSESSMENT SKILLS | AUGUST 1 – AUGUST 4, 2022
NCE 216AA | Class #17463 | In-person Lab/Sim | 0.5 credit – $42.50 + $25 Lab Fee
(2) Four-hour lab days by appointment
Assessment skills for the school health setting. Assessment and management of selected school health problems including abdominal pain, head and spinal cord injuries, and environmental hazards. Prerequisites: Current Arizona Registered Nurse (RN) license or Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) license or permission of instructor.
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