The purpose of the School Nurse Emergency Medical Services for Children Program is to reduce morbidity and mortality in children and youths who are injured or become ill at school.
This 3-day workshop, running from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. each day, is presented by a team of instructors and includes lectures, slide, and demonstrations/practice techniques to teach assessment, triage, and critical problem-solving scenarios with emergency medical services personnel.
Training includes the role of the School Nurse in emergency planning.
Testimonials from Our Program Attendees
“I think this program should be mandatory for every school in Connecticut, especially for those new to school nursing and those alone in their building.”
“I would recommend that a high level school administrator principal, VP and head nurse from every school district attend.”
“I have extensive background in medicine and this was a fabulous review.”
“I would like every nurse in my district to take this program.”
“Can the program be longer…there is so much to learn!”
Objectives of the Program
Upon completion of the SNEMS-C program, school nurses should be able to:
- Use prioritized assessment skills recognized by EMS-C
- Provide a level of pre-hospital care that conforms with EMS-C protocols
- Develop a comprehensive school emergency plan with their schools and communities
- Develop specific intervention strategies for student with special needs
- Collect and analyze data on school related injuries to improve student health
These programs are a continuation of the School Nurse Medical Services for Children Program which was formally administered by the Center for Continuing Studies, University of Connecticut in Storrs, CT.
Monday, July 13, to Wednesday, July 15, 2020
For more information:
School of Nursing
231 Glenbrook Road, Unit 2026 Storrs, CT 06269-2026
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