NH School Nursing Practice

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COVID UPDATES

NH Department of Education School Reopening Guidelines     
     Released July 14, 2020

Coming Soon: Publication of NHSNA's   Best Practices to Mitigate Community Transmission of COVID in the Schools
     ----  Watch for email updates. 

Latest HAN Alert #19  issued on July 22, 2020

HAN Update # 20  School guidance included   issued August 8th, 2020

Latest CDC Guidance on School COVID Screening - issued July 23, 2020
https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/community/schools-childcare/symptom-screening.html
    
Weekly DHHS Calls with School Nurses
Every Friday from 12:00 – 1:00 pm starting Friday July 24th. 

Download slides and questions asked at August 7th Call

Download slides from the Friday July 31st Call

Download Slides from the Friday July 24th DHHS Call

Slides from the Monday 7-20 DHHS meeting and an audio recording may be found here:
https://www.education.nh.gov/who-we-are/commissioner/covid-19


We are proud to announce the new NHSNA School Health Manual

The School Health Manual was created by Nancy Wells and Martha Judson on behalf of the New Hampshire School Nurses’ Association (NHSNA) in order to provide resources on the most important issues and topics for school nurse practice. The NHSNA Board of Directors has always been there, and will continue to be there, for school nurses, partners and our communities. We want to thank all the NHSNA members for supporting their professional organization. NHSNA is the voice of New Hampshire School Nursing and the manual continues that commitment to excellence.  ACCESS THE MANUAL

Influenza Like Illness Reporting

The time it takes to report is very small. The impact is quite large!
All schools are strongly encouraged to report student absenteeism to assist with public health tracking and monitoring of infectious diseases. The NH Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) uses this school-reported data to monitor and evaluate potential outbreaks or clusters of disease in local communities.  Please do your part!  DOWNLOAD INSTRUCTIONS

Need To Reach Us?

We'd love to hear from you!  The New Hampshire School Nurses' Association monitors the following email daily and will respond to your email within 48 hours.  Email us at:     NHSchoolNurses@gmail.com

NHSNA, For School Nurses, by School Nurses. Your Professional Association at Work for You. ~ Leading ~ Advocating ~ Educating ~ Only $45 per Year


NEW MEMBER BENEFIT

SNHU has teamed up with NHSNA to offer members a  10% discount on courses taken through the College of Online and Continuing Education.   Full Details are on our member's only page.  Note:  You must be signed into our website for the link to the members only page to appear in your menu.

Scholarship Money Available

General information:

A limited number of scholarships are available yearly for members of NHSNA.  The scholarship is not to exceed half the cost of the course or $500.00.  Reimbursement will be made after applicant sends verification of successful course completion. DOWNLOAD APPLICATION

School Nurse Connections

This service is provided free of charge by The New Hampshire School Nurses Association for all school nurses, regardless of their membership status. All NH school health personnel working in a school, or agencies that work with school children are encouraged to join. NHSNA board members will be moderating the List. If you would like to join the list, have a question, are seeking information, or have an announcement to share with the List, you may email nhschoolnurses@gmail.com.  If joining, please include your full name, workplace and title.  

Mission and Vision

Mission: As registered professional school nurses, we provide comprehensive school health services to ensure that all students achieve their full education potential.

Vision: New Hampshire School Nurses Association (NHSNA) provides leadership and education to support New Hampshire school nurse standards of practice, care coordination, leadership, quality improvement, and community public health.  New Hampshire school nurses are committed to promoting the health of students and school communities through evidence based clinical practice, health promotion, and education. NH school nurses are integral members of the school leadership and education teams, and are committed to collaborating with professional organizations and health care teams. Through strength in membership and advocacy, NHSNA creates the infrastructure to promote excellence in school nurse practice across the state.

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