Summary: Health and nursing care given to primary and secondary school students by a registered nurse.
Publications185 found, 100 shown here
- Reducing hunger-associated symptoms: the midmorning nutrition breakNancy M Sweeney
San Diego State University School of Nursing, San Diego, CA, USA
J Sch Nurs 22:32-9. 2006..Seventy-four percent of staff stated that the nutrition break had positive effects on the learning environment, and 71% referred fewer students to the school nurse...
- A campaign to encourage hand hygiene in schoolsAmanda Howell
Charnwood and North West Leicestershire Primary Care Trust
Nurs Times 102:49. 2006
- Evaluation of a hand washing program for 2nd-gradersStuart Tousman
Jefferson College of Health Sciences, Roanoke, VA, USA
J Sch Nurs 23:342-8. 2007..These results indicate that integrating a learner-centered interactive program in a multiple-week structure can lead to improvement in hand hygiene behavior...
- An evaluation of elementary school nutrition practices and policies in a southern Illinois countyJennifer S Sherry
Dental Hygiene Program, School of Allied Health, Southern Illinois University Carbondale, USA
J Sch Nurs 24:222-8. 2008..School nurses can work with teachers and food service personnel to create nutrition programs and a curriculum related to healthy nutrition practices...
- A qualitative study to assess school nurses' views on vaccinating 12-13 year old school girls against human papillomavirus without parental consentRebecca Stretch
Academic Unit of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, University of Manchester, St Mary s Hospital Research Floor 5th, Oxford Road, Manchester M139WL, UK
BMC Public Health 9:254. 2009..As part of a vaccine study conducted ahead of the National HPV Vaccine Programme we sought the views of school nurses on vaccinating girls who did not have parental consent...
- Empowerment in school nursing practice: a grounded theory approachLisa Broussard
University of Louisiana at Lafayatte College of Nursing and Allied Health Professions, Lafayette, LA, USA
J Sch Nurs 23:322-8. 2007..Despite these issues, they believed they had a positive impact on the health of children, leading to job satisfaction and feelings of value...
- [Competition in school nursing: the development of the nursing role and its influences]Shiu Chin Liu
Department of Nutrition and Health Science, Chung Chou Institute of Technology, Commission of School Nursing Development, School Nurses Association of the R O C
Hu Li Za Zhi 55:17-24. 2008This essay focuses on the competition between school nurses and the effect of such on the development of school nursing. As questions regarding the role that school nurses should play and what kind of functions they should have in school ..
- A school nursing practicum at the University of Saskatchewan, CanadaBonnie M Schoenfeld
College of Nursing, University of Saskatchewan, 107 Wiggins Road, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, S7N 5E5, Canada
J Sch Health 73:281-3. 2003
- A survey of school nursing provision in the UKJoy Merrell
School of Health Science, University of Wales Swansea, Swansea, UK
J Adv Nurs 59:463-73. 2007This paper is a report of a study to map school nursing provision across the health and education sectors in Wales to identify the number, age, qualifications, terms of employment, location, functions and access to continuing professional ..
- The effects of budget, delegation, and other variables on the future of school nursingTheresa M Tetuan
Emporia State University, Emporia, KS, USA
J Sch Nurs 20:352-8. 2004..Kansas school nurses to determine the impact of budget, delegation, and other variables on the future of school nursing. Issues of education and certification status, educational budget, delegation, school nurse-to-student ratio, ..
- School nursing: not just band-aids any more!Lisa Broussard
University of Louisiana at Lafayette, USA
J Spec Pediatr Nurs 9:77-83. 2004b>School nursing has changed dramatically over the past 25 years. The complex social and physical needs of children require an expanded role with advanced knowledge and skills...
- The perceived perceptions of head school nurses in developing school nursing roles within schoolsSiv Morberg
Department of Nursing, Karolinska Institute, SE 141 83 Huddinge, Sweden
J Nurs Manag 17:813-21. 2009..To gain a deeper understanding of how Swedish head school nurses perceive their leadership in developing school health care...
- Lina Rogers: a pioneer in school nursingCasey Schumacher
J Sch Nurs 18:247-9. 2002
- Why parents claim immunization exemptions, and the role of school nursesRoper Jeanne Dobson
Kingston City School District, NY, USA
School Nurse News 21:40-2. 2004
- The impacts of the "Immune of Life" for teens module application on the coping behaviors and mental health of early adolescentsRutja Phuphaibul
Department of Nursing, Faculty of Medicine, Ramathibodi Hospital, Mahidol University, Rama 6 Road, Phayathai, Bangkok 10400, Thailand
J Pediatr Nurs 20:461-8. 2005..Thus, for further use of the module, intensive training for schoolteachers is recommended for the health promotion of early adolescents...
- Evaluating the effectiveness of the Kids Living Fit program: a comparative studyKaren Gabel Speroni
Patient Care Services, Inova Loudoun Hospital, Leesburg, VA, USA
J Sch Nurs 23:329-36. 2007..3%) compared with the contrast group. The KLF group also demonstrated a smaller increase in waist circumference than the contrast group...
- Schools' capacity to help low-income, minority children to manage asthmaElizabeth W Anderson
School of Medicine, Ann Arbor, MI, USA
J Sch Nurs 21:236-42. 2005..Data suggest that making school nursing services available is warranted, given the impact of asthma on the school community.
- The New Mexico school nurse and emergency medical services emergency preparedness course: program description and evaluationRobert Elgie
Division of Pediatric Emergency Medicine, Department of Emergency Medicine, University of New Mexico Health Sciences Center, Albuquerque, NM, USA
J Sch Nurs 21:218-23. 2005....
- Nurses at the helm: implementing DNAR orders in the public school settingGladys White
Georgetown University, USA
Am J Bioeth 5:83-5; author reply W19-21. 2005
- Southeast Asian refugee children: a school-based mental health interventionPatricia G Fox
Northern Illinois University, School of Nursing, 1240 Normal Road, DeKalb, IL 60115, USA
Int J Psychiatr Nurs Res 11:1227-36. 2005..Globally, culturally sensitive mental health school-based programs may be an appropriate intervention to assist immigrant and refugee children in making a successful adaptation to host countries...
- Tai Chi and mindfulness-based stress reduction in a Boston Public Middle SchoolRobert B Wall
J Pediatr Health Care 19:230-7. 2005..Recommendations are made for further study in schools and other pediatric settings...
- Some health effects of implementing school nursing in a Norwegian high school: a controlled studySven Svebak
Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Trondheim, Norway
J Sch Nurs 24:49-54. 2008The effects of a school nursing service on health complaints and mood were investigated in a Norwegian high school...
- L.I.F.E.: a school-based heart-health screening and intervention programKaren L Northrup
Wood County Schools, Parkersburg, WV, USA
J Sch Nurs 24:28-35. 2008..School nurses are appropriately positioned to assist families as well as school and community partners in decreasing the incidence of obesity and promoting healthy lifestyle behaviors...
- Fetal alcohol spectrum disorderLinda M Caley
School of Nursing, State University of New York at Buffalo, Buffalo, NY, USA
J Sch Nurs 21:139-46. 2005..Also outlined are primary, secondary, and tertiary prevention activities school nurses can take to help assure that children, families, and communities work to prevent the problem and to treat the children affected by it...
- What are the odds? Random drug testing of students: a legal perspectiveCharles A Roach
Rider Bennett, LLP, Minneapolis, MN, USA
J Sch Nurs 21:176-9. 2005..The second article addresses random drug testing of students from a practice perspective. It explores arguments for and against random drug testing programs and the role of the school nurse in policy and procedure development...
- The effect of school-based health clinics on teenage pregnancy and parenting outcomes: an integrated literature reviewJulie A Strunk
James Madison University, Harrionsburg, VA, USA
J Sch Nurs 24:13-20. 2008..This inquiry provides a metasynthesis of the literature and will review, examine, and summarize the literature relating to the effect of school-based clinics on teenage pregnancy and parenting outcomes...
- Working with schools to connect with families of overweight childrenBonnie Gance-Cleveland
Arkansas Children's Hospital, University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, Little Rock, AR, USA
J Spec Pediatr Nurs 10:40-3. 2005
- Survey of medication administration policies within schools in SheffieldRashmi N Chakraborty
Sheffield and North Trent Psychiatry Rotation, UK
J Child Health Care 9:110-21. 2005..Reluctance seems to arise from perceived lack of training and fear of litigation. These issues need to be addressed in order to improve school staff's confidence with the administration of medication...
- A follow-up study of former student health advocatesNancy J Streng
College of St Scholastica, Duluth, MN, USA
J Sch Nurs 23:353-8. 2007....
- Complex needs: improving access to out-of-school activitiesJane Brett
Special Schools Nursing, Rectory Paddock School, Kent
Paediatr Nurs 19:36-9. 2007..increase in the number of profoundly disabled children who require healthcare interventions may mean that school nursing services can no longer provide a direct service to facilitate each child's full access to the curriculum, ..
- History and overview of school-based health centers in the USElaine M Gustafson
Yale University School of Nursing, 100 Church Street South, P O Box 9740, New Haven, CT 06536, USA
Nurs Clin North Am 40:595-606, vii. 2005..The mission of SBHCs to contribute to the health of children by providing access to primary health care and preventive health care services is being actualized...
- Funding, technical assistance, and other resources for school-based health centersDeidre M Washington
National Assembly on School Based Health Care, 666 11th Street, NW, Suite 735, Washington, DC 20001, USA
Nurs Clin North Am 40:619-36, vii-viii. 2005..This article explores the various federal, state, and local funding sources, and the technical assistance resources and opportunities available to SBHCs and their staff...
- Adolescents' attitudes about obesity and what they want in obesity prevention programsLouise F Wilson
Beaver Dam Unified School District, Beaver Dam, WI, USA
J Sch Nurs 23:229-38. 2007..School nurses can use this questionnaire to collect data that will assist in the development of effective programs for their students...
- An integrative research review: effective school-based childhood overweight interventionsKristen Cole
Village Pediatrics of Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill, NC, USA
J Spec Pediatr Nurs 11:166-77. 2006..To describe theoretical and methodological characteristics of effective school-based interventions that used healthy lifestyle education, dietary habits, and/or physical activity in children ages 4 to 14...
- Satisfaction with a school-based teen health center: a report card on careRamona Benkert
Wayne State University College of Nursing, Detroit, MI, USA
Pediatr Nurs 33:103-9. 2007..Overall satisfaction with care received high "grades" from both first time and repeat users, and from boys and girls...
- Managing children with food allergies in childcare and schoolHarvey L Leo
Center for Managing Chronic Disease, University of Michigan School of Public Health, 109 South Observatory Street, Ann Arbor, MI 48109, USA
Curr Allergy Asthma Rep 7:187-91. 2007....
- Using school staff to establish a preventive network of care to improve elementary school students' control of asthmaJean Marie Bruzzese
New York University Child Study Center, 215 Lexington Avenue, 13th Floor, New York, NY 10016, USA
J Sch Health 76:307-12. 2006..We present these challenges, describe how we coped with them, and discuss the lessons we learned...
- Preparing peer educators for teen HIV/AIDS preventionGanga Mahat
Rutgers, College of Nursing, The State University of New Jersey, Newark, NJ 07102, USA
J Pediatr Nurs 21:378-84. 2006..Nurses can play a major role in the planning, implementation, and evaluation of peer education programs to prevent adolescent risk behaviors...
- Parental perceptions of the schools' role in addressing childhood obesityMaureen Murphy
Evanston Northwestern Hospital, Chicago, IL, USA
J Sch Nurs 23:40-6. 2007..By supporting these strategies, parents indicated that schools should have a role in childhood obesity. School nurses can advocate for parental preferences in their school district...
- Acceptability of a school-based intervention for the prevention of adolescent obesityLeanne M Mauriello
Behavior Change Projects, Pro-Change Behavior Systems, West Kingston, RI, USA
J Sch Nurs 22:269-77. 2006..Further, if found effective, it can be disseminated as an efficient, low-cost, population-based approach designed to address the epidemic of obesity...
- Diabetes management: pumping--a viable alternativeJennifer Bendelius
Western Theological Seminary, Holland, MI, USA
School Nurse News 23:22, 25. 2006
- Reflections of a school nurseDeanna L DeLong
Park Hill School District, Kansas City, Missouri, USA
School Nurse News 23:20-1. 2006
- Childhood obesity: a school-based approach to increase nutritional knowledge and activity levelsBeth Edwards
Nurs Clin North Am 40:661-9, viii-ix. 2005..This article discusses one such program that was designed and implemented by the staff of a Louisiana school-based health center...
- Evaluation of school-based health center programs and services: the whys and hows of demonstrating program effectivenessDiana Hackbarth
Loyola University Chicago, Niehoff School of Nursing, 6526 North Sheridan Road, Chicago, IL 60626, USA
Nurs Clin North Am 40:711-24, x. 2005....
- The need to prevent nicotine addiction and diabetes in our youth. The role of school health programsMary Tobacco
Oglala Lakota Nation Wellness Team, USA
School Nurse News 24:13-4. 2007
- Implementing an over-the-counter medication administration policy in an elementary schoolLori S Foster
Department of Nursing, New Mexico State University, Las Cruces, NM, USA
J Sch Nurs 22:108-13. 2006A major focus of school nursing interventions is to improve school attendance. In many schools, parents are required to leave work and/or to arrange transportation to bring their children over-the-counter medicines...
- Tobacco prevention in children and cessation in family membersMartha S Tingen
Department of Pediatrics, Georgia Prevention Institute, Medical College of Georgia, Augusta, Georgia, USA
J Am Acad Nurse Pract 18:169-79. 2006..To examine the effects of a theory-driven tobacco prevention program in sixth-grade children with a family tobacco cessation component implemented by school nurses in conjunction with the initiation of a statewide toll-free Quit Line...
- Encouraging sun safety for children and adolescentsKathy Boe
Family Nurse Practitioner program at the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire, Eau Claire, WI, USA
J Sch Nurs 22:136-41. 2006..Continued efforts are important through adolescence to maintain the established behaviors. School nurses are in a position to affect the health education curriculum, as well as school policies that promote sun safety behaviors...
- School health nursing services role in education: the No Child Left Behind Act of 2001Carol C Costante
Office of Health Services, Baltimore County Public Schools, Baltimore, MD, USA
J Sch Nurs 22:142-7. 2006..Although the No Child Left Behind Act does not legislate the practice of school nursing, as professional staff working in schools, school nurses are affected indirectly by the heightened emphasis on ..
- National School Nurse Day. May 10, 2006Deb Ilardi
School Nurse News 23:3. 2006
- Body image, disordered eating and the school environmentKaren Sossin
School Nurse News 23:11-2. 2006
- The complicated task of managing school health programsJ C Romano
Cambridge College, Cambridge, MA, USA
J Sch Nurs 17:126-30. 2001..School nurses possess the experience, skills, and knowledge necessary to provide the missing link of a comprehensive school health program and must become leaders in this essential effort to care for children and their families...
- Using peer health education to enhance family life educationWilliam J Puentes
Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, Camden, NJ, USA
J Sch Nurs 19:313-8. 2003..The strengths and weaknesses of the program are discussed, and suggestions for improving future efforts at the incorporation of peer health education to reduce sexual risk behaviors by adolescent urban populations are presented...
- Evaluation of the "Respect Not Risk" firearm safety lesson for 3rd-gradersKaren D Liller
College of Public Health, Department of Community and Family Health, University of South Florida, Tampa, FL, USA
J Sch Nurs 19:338-43. 2003..School nurses are encouraged to take a leading role in promoting firearm injury prevention to students...
- Swedish school nurses' view of school health care utilization, causes and management of recurrent headaches among school childrenBo Larsson
Department of Public Health and Caring Sciences, Section of Caring Sciences, Uppsala Science Park, Sweden
Scand J Caring Sci 17:232-8. 2003..However, school nurses also need to be properly trained to ensure quality in delivering such treatment approaches...
- Developing school health services in Massachusetts: a public health modelAnne H Sheetz
School Health Unit, Massachusetts Department of Public Health, Boston, MA, USA
J Sch Nurs 19:204-11. 2003..To be effective, these programs must be recognized as essential components of the primary health care delivery system serving children...
- Empowering preadolescents With ADHD: demons or delightsKathleen Frame
Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, Camden, NJ 08102, USA
ANS Adv Nurs Sci 26:131-9. 2003..Findings indicate that this model significantly increased the perceptions of self-worth in preadolescents with ADHD...
- Evaluation of the SunWise School ProgramAlan Geller
Boston University School of Medicine, Boston, MA, USA
J Sch Nurs 19:93-9. 2003..Brief, standardized sun protection education can be efficiently interwoven into existing school curricula and result in increases in knowledge and positive intentions for sun protection...
- Bringing health care to schoolsStephen Peckham
Department of Sociology and Social Policy, School of Health Care, Oxford Brookes University
Nurs Stand 17:33-8. 2003..To explore secondary school students' health knowledge, attitudes and behaviours, and to examine staff assessment of the Bodyzone project, in which confidential drop-in clinics for young people are set up at schools...
- Parents' perspectives of health-care delivery to their chronically ill children during schoolElizabeth Notaras
Paediatric Gastroenterology, John Hunter Children s Hospital, Newcastle, New South Wales, Australia
Int J Nurs Pract 8:297-304. 2002....
- The SunWise Policy intervention for school-based sun protection: a pilot studyKaren M Emmons
Department of Society, Human Development and Health, Harvard School of Public Health, Dana Farber Cancer Institute, Boston, USA
J Sch Nurs 24:215-21. 2008..Use of study interventions for improving sun protection practices such as policy toolkits or brief counseling can be easily interwoven into school hours by school nurses and other health educators...
- School nurse case management for children with chronic illness: health, academic, and quality of life outcomesMartha Keehner Engelke
East Carolina University College of Nursing, Greenville, NC, USA
J Sch Nurs 24:205-14. 2008..The study provides evidence of the positive impact school nurses have on children with chronic illness and suggests ways they can measure the outcomes of their interventions...
- The effects of an infant-feeding classroom activity on the breast-feeding knowledge and intentions of adolescentsAudrey Walsh
Cape Breton University, Nova Scotia, Canada
J Sch Nurs 24:164-9. 2008..School nurses are well positioned to support and encourage the inclusion of breast-feeding content in school curricula to enhance adolescents' knowledge and intentions toward breast-feeding...
- Using focus groups for program planning and evaluationTami H Wyatt
University of Tennessee and Shults Pediatrics, Knoxville, TN, USA
J Sch Nurs 24:71-7. 2008..Included is a discussion of the pros and cons of using focus groups with school-age children for planning and evaluating programs and guidelines for conducting focus groups...
- Development and validation of school-based asthma and allergy screening questionnaires in a 4-city studySusan Redline
School Nurse News 21:12-4. 2004
- "I Feel Good!" a weekly wellness radio broadcast for elementary school childrenJennifer L Morton
University of New England, Portland, ME, USA
J Sch Nurs 24:83-7. 2008..Data from all classrooms revealed an increase in posttest knowledge. Initiatives such as "I Feel Good!" serve as models for creative health education program development by school nurses...
- Public health nurses in rural/frontier one-nurse officesJeri L Bigbee
Boise State University, Department of Nursing, Boise, Idaho, USA
Rural Remote Health 9:1282. 2009....
- The health-promoting school: what role for nursing?Dean Whitehead
College of Humanities and Social Sciences, School of Health Sciences, Massey University, Palmerston North, New Zealand
J Clin Nurs 15:264-71. 2006..To review the existing literature on health-promoting schools and put forward recommendations for continuing progress...
- School nursing services: use in an urban public school systemElisabeth Schainker
Division of General Pediatrics, Boston University School of Medicine and Boston Medical Center, Boston, MA 02118, USA
Arch Pediatr Adolesc Med 159:83-7. 2005..To describe the quantity and type of school health services provided by nurses in Boston Public Schools...
- School nurses: policies, working practices, roles and value perceptionsEmma Croghan
Department of Public Health and Epidemiology, University of Birmingham, UK
J Adv Nurs 47:377-85. 2004In the UK, school nursing has recently been at the forefront of policy change, with school nurses being considered pivotal to child-centred public health practice...
- Stress, coping, and psychological health of vocational high school nursing students associated with a competitive entrance examHuey Fen Wang
Department of Nursing, Yuanpei Institute of Science and Technology, Hsinchu County, Taiwan, ROC
J Nurs Res 13:106-16. 2005..No interaction effect was found between stress perceived and emotion-focused coping used, suggesting that the relationship between emotion-focused coping and psychological distress was consistent across various stress levels...
- Nurses working in primary and community care settings in England: problems and challenges in identifying numbersClaire Storey
Centre for Research in Primary Care, University of Leeds, Leeds, UK
J Nurs Manag 15:847-52. 2007..Workforce planning is essential if primary care is to ensure that there are appropriate numbers of nurses available to replace the loss of experienced nurses as they approach retirement...
- Exploring sexual attitudes of students in health professionsStamatis Papaharitou
Center for Sexual and Reproductive Health, Aristotle University, Thessaloniki, Greece
J Sex Med 5:1308-16. 2008..Though it has been documented that sexual attitudes are extremely influential in everyday clinical practice, limited data exist on identifying health professionals' attitudes...
- The history of legislation and regulations related to children with developmental disabilities: implications for school nursing practice todayMichelle T Dang
Division of Nursing at California State University, Sacramento, USA
J Sch Nurs 26:252-9. 2010..and landmark court cases that have significantly affected the lives of children with disabilities and school nursing practice...
- School nursing in an underserved multiethnic Asian community: experiences and outcomesYu Xu
Department of Community Mental Health Nursing, College of Nursing, University of South Alabama, 1504 Springhill Avenue, Mobile, AL 36688, USA
J Community Health Nurs 19:187-98. 2002....
- Street children and their relationship with the policeM O Ribeiro
Maternal Infant and Psychiatric Nursing Department, School of Nursing, University of Sao Paulo, Sao Paulo, SP, Brazil
Int Nurs Rev 55:89-96. 2008..It specifically addresses the relationship of the street children who live on the streets of São Paulo (a large Brazilian metropolis), in relation to their experiences, with the policemen...
- [Investigation of swimming classes for school children with epilepsy--a questionnaire survey of school nursing teachers]M Nishikawa
Department of Pediatrics, Yamaguchi University School of Medicine
No To Hattatsu 30:15-9. 1998..means of questionnaires concerning swimming lessons for school children with epilepsy, which were sent to 391 school nursing teachers in Yamaguchi Prefecture...
- Medication management in primary and secondary schoolsT J Reutzel
Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Chicago College of Pharmacy, Midwestern University, 555 31st Street, Downers Grove, IL 60515, USA
J Am Pharm Assoc (Wash) 41:67-77. 2001..To offer recommendations for practitioners, policy makers, and health professions educators aimed at improving the situation...
- [Health promoting schools: a new era in school nursing]Pay Fan Lin
National Taipei College of Nursing, Taiwan, ROC
Hu Li Za Zhi 52:21-6. 2005....
- Facts, fiction, and figures of the Sarcoptes scabiei infectionJosephine A Orrico
Center for Nursing Research, Kean University, College of Natural, Applied and Health Sciences, School of Nursing, Union, NJ, USA
J Sch Nurs 26:260-6. 2010..This article will provide school nurses with the history, etiology, mode of transmission, symptoms, and the recommended treatment of a S. scabiei infection. Implications for school nursing practice will be discussed.
- School nursing on the iron range in a public health nursing modelJoellen W Hawkins
William F Connell School of Nursing, Boston College, Auburndale, MA, USA
Public Health Nurs 27:571-8. 2010..Her story evokes memories of the creation of school nursing in the public health model by nurses at the Henry Street Settlement in New York City.
- Experiences of sexual harassment among elementary school students in Taiwan: implications for school nursesYu Ting Chang
Department of Nursing, Tzu Chi College of Technology, Hualien, Taiwan, Republic of China
J Sch Nurs 26:147-55. 2010..how young adolescents feel about sexual harassment and their coping strategies is a central element to guide school nursing interventions promoting sexual health...
- The effectiveness of a training program on reducing needlestick injuries/sharp object injuries among soon graduate vocational nursing school students in southern TaiwanYa Hui Yang
Institute of Occupational Safety and Health, Kaohsiung Medical University, Taiwan
J Occup Health 49:424-9. 2007..preventing NSIs/SIs is important for healthcare workers but is rarely conducted and evaluated among vocational school nursing students...
- Validation by school nurses of the Nursing Intervention Classification for computer softwareS Redes
Comput Nurs 15:333-8. 1997..A school nursing listserv, SCHLRN-L, was used to recruit volunteers...
- Recommendations for constructing school nurses' offices designed to support school health servicesCynthia S McKibben
Parkway School District, Chesterfield, MO, USA
J Sch Nurs 21:164-9. 2005..In an effort to solve this concern, the authors were instrumental in writing an article for The Journal of School Nursing published in April 1997...
- Who enters nursing schools and why do they choose nursing? A comparison with female non-nursing students using longitudinal dataSung Hyun Cho
Department of Nursing, Hanyang University, Seoul 133 791, Republic of Korea
Nurse Educ Today 30:180-6. 2010..Nursing students had a higher rate (75%) of satisfaction with their major than non-nursing students (60%)...
- Motivations for training as an SCPHN in Northern IrelandBrenda Poulton
School of Nursing, University of Ulster
Community Pract 82:28-32. 2009..pathways, with occupational health respondents prioritising factors differently to their health visiting and school nursing counterparts...
- Weighing and measuring primary school children: evaluation of the TRENDS model for implementation of Department of Health guidelinesR S Levine
Department of Child Health, University of Leeds, UK
Child Care Health Dev 35:365-8. 2009..for England and Wales has issued guidance to all local Primary Care Trusts (PCTs), who have responsibility for school nursing services, for the annual weighing and measuring of all children on entry to primary school and in Year 6 (age ..
- The role of district nurses in caring for people with mental health problems who live in rural settingsW Lauder
Department of Nursing and Midwifery, University of Stirling, UK
J Clin Nurs 10:337-44. 2001..in rural areas frequently fulfil, in some permutation, the functions of district nursing, health visiting, school nursing, and community midwifery...
- Directions for refining a school nursing intervention for Mexican immigrant familiesDiane B McNaughton
Rush University Medical Center, College of Nursing, Chicago, IL, USA
J Sch Nurs 26:430-5. 2010..Problems most frequently identified by mothers were family health concerns and access to health care, parenting and financial concerns. Findings and implications for school nursing practice are discussed.
- Identification and comparison of interventions performed by Korean school nurses and U.S. school nurses using the Nursing Interventions Classification (NIC)EunJoo Lee
College of Nursing, Kyungbook National University, Daegu, Korea
J Sch Nurs 27:93-101. 2011..NIC interventions, 180 were selected as the basis of a questionnaire designed to quantify key aspects of school nursing practice. The data were collected from 131 school nurses working in Korea...
- School nursing in a contemporary society: what are the roles and responsibilities?Cheryl A Krause-Parello
Kean University, School of Nursing, Center for Nursing Research, Union, New Jersey 07083, USA
Issues Compr Pediatr Nurs 34:26-39. 2011....
- Obesity prevention practices of elementary school nurses in Minnesota: findings from interviews with licensed school nursesLeslie F Morrison-Sandberg
University of Minnesota, School of Nursing, Minneapolis, MN, USA
J Sch Nurs 27:13-21. 2011..The purpose of this study was to gain insight into current obesity-related school nursing practice in elementary schools in Minnesota, opinions regarding school nurse-led obesity prevention programs, ..
- Impact of a course on community nurses' practice: an evaluationKerri Wright
School of Health and Social Care, University of Greenwich, London
Br J Community Nurs 10:110-7. 2005..by 16 nurses working within community nursing teams that included intermediate care, health visiting, school nursing and district nursing...
- Community nursing: redesign in ScotlandJulia Quickfall
Queen s Nursing Institute, Scotland
Br J Community Nurs 13:373-7. 2008..combination of the four current disciplines of district nursing, public health nursing (health visiting and school nursing) and family health nursing into a single generic role (Scottish Executive, 2006b)...
- Childhood obesity study: a pilot study of the effect of the nutrition education program Color My PyramidJean Burley Moore
College of Health and Human Services, George Mason University, Fairfax, Virginia, USA
J Sch Nurs 25:230-9. 2009..The findings indicate that Color My Pyramid can be successfully employed in school settings and thus support school nursing practice.
- Does the school nurse-to-student ratio make a difference?Martha Guttu
North Carolina Dept of Health and Human Services, Division of Public Health, 404 St Andrews Drive, Greenville, NC 27834, USA
J Sch Health 74:6-9. 2004..Two systems offered no school nursing services. Data from school years ending in 2000-2002 were considered in the analysis...
- School nurse assessment of primary school children: analysis of data from the school entrant health questionnaireG A Edgecombe
RMIT University, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Int J Nurs Pract 4:40-50. 1998The School Entrant Health Questionnaire (SEHQ) has been used by the School Nursing Program in Victoria since April, 1997...
- A literature review of the public health roles of health visitors and school nursesBarbara Hawksley
School of Health, Staffordshire University, UK
Br J Community Nurs 8:447-54. 2003..of school nurses, there was no overwhelming evidence of reports of these approaches in health visiting and school nursing practice...
- Helping the student with Asperger's Disorder with social and behavioral issues in the school: nursing, psychology, and educators working in unisonJayne Bellando
Department of Pediatrics, University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, Little Rock, Arkansas, USA
J Spec Pediatr Nurs 14:210-4. 2009..School Health provides a forum to discuss policy, practice, research, issues and trends, and pearls of wisdom to enhance the day-to-day care of children in the school setting, from day care to high school...
- Using Polvika's model to create a service-learning partnershipGwendolyn F Foss
School of Nursing, College of Health and Human Services, University of North Carolina at Charlotte, 9201 University City Blvd, Charlotte, NC 28223 0001, USA
J Sch Health 73:305-10. 2003..Some nursing students state that school nursing has become a career goal. The partnership continues to evolve to meet changing needs of the partners...
- School Nurse-delivered Smoking Cessation InterventionLori Pbert; Fiscal Year: 2006..If found effective, the study products (i.e., intervention protocol, student materials, training manual, and estimated costs of intervention implementation) will facilitate dissemination of the intervention to school nurses nationally. ..
- School Nurse-delivered Smoking Cessation InterventionLori Pbert; Fiscal Year: 2007..If found effective, the study products (i.e., intervention protocol, student materials, training manual, and estimated costs of intervention implementation) will facilitate dissemination of the intervention to school nurses nationally. ..
- School Nurse-delivered Smoking Cessation InterventionLori Pbert; Fiscal Year: 2009..If found effective, the study products (i.e., intervention protocol, student materials, training manual, and estimated costs of intervention implementation) will facilitate dissemination of the intervention to school nurses nationally. ..
- PROVIDER AND PEER DELIVERED YOUTH SMOKING INTERVENTIONLori Pbert; Fiscal Year: 2002..abstract_text> ..
- Promoting Asthma Self-Care in Urban African American TeensBARBARA VELSO; Fiscal Year: 2009..The findings of this study will improve care to this underserved population of urban African-American teens with asthma and will have significant implications for health care providers, researchers, and policy makers. ..
- A+ Asthma Rural PartnershipKaren Huss; Fiscal Year: 2002..The findings of this study will be important to clinicians, researchers, and health policy makers. ..
- Promoting Asthma Self-Care in Urban African American TeensBARBARA F VELSO; Fiscal Year: 2010..The findings of this study will improve care to this underserved population of urban African-American teens with asthma and will have significant implications for health care providers, researchers, and policy makers. ..
- Promoting Asthma Self-Care in Urban African American TeensBarbara Velsor Friedrich; Fiscal Year: 2007..The findings of this study will improve care to this underserved population of urban African-American teens with asthma and will have significant implications for health care providers, researchers, and policy makers. ..
- The Impact of a Tobacco Control Intervention in African-American FamiliesMartha S Tingen; Fiscal Year: 2010..If effective, implementation of this family approach via the school systems as the primary point of entry is highly probable. ..
- Promoting Asthma Wellness in Rural CommunitiesMartha Tingen; Fiscal Year: 2009..There is evidence to suggest that both of these health issues can be effectively addressed using a culturally sensitive, cost effective, web-based, self-tailoring, computer program. ..
- School-Based Asthma Therapy: Stage 2 Effectiveness StudyJill Halterman; Fiscal Year: 2007..Should it prove successful in reducing symptoms and improving the health of young urban children with asthma, it has the potential to serve as a model for improved asthma care in urban communities. ..
- Enhancing Children's and Parents' Asthma ManagementSharon D Horner; Fiscal Year: 2011..Asthma management occurs primarily in the context of the family and as such interventions that are effective in improving children's and parents'asthma management are needed. ..
- Enhancing Children's and Parents' Asthma ManagementSharon D Horner; Fiscal Year: 2010..Asthma management occurs primarily in the context of the family and as such interventions that are effective in improving children's and parents'asthma management are needed. ..
- A School-based Approach to Helping Urban H.S. Students with Undiagnosed AsthmaJean Marie Bruzzese; Fiscal Year: 2009..Results also will be of significant use to health care providers, researchers, and policy makers, and will have significant public health implication for a highly vulnerable population of adolescents ..
- Predicting Children's Response to Distration from Pain: Tailored InterventionAnn Marie McCarthy; Fiscal Year: 2009..The responses of parent-child dyads to the interventions will be compared by risk group and level of intervention. ..
- The Impact of a Tobacco Control Intervention in African-American FamiliesMartha Tingen; Fiscal Year: 2009..If effective, implementation of this family approach via the school systems as the primary point of entry is highly probable. ..
- Enhancing Children's and Parents' Asthma ManagementSharon Horner; Fiscal Year: 2009..Asthma management occurs primarily in the context of the family and as such interventions that are effective in improving children's and parents' asthma management are needed. ..
- School-Based Asthma Therapy: Stage 2 Effectiveness Study RevisedJill Halterman; Fiscal Year: 2009..Should it prove successful in reducing symptoms and improving the health of young urban children with asthma, it has the potential to serve as a model for improved asthma care in urban communities. ..
- A Family Approach to Managing Asthma in Early TeensJean Marie Bruzzese; Fiscal Year: 2009....
- A Longitudinal Study of Health Risk Behavior in YouthDONNA REW; Fiscal Year: 2006..abstract_text> ..
- SEXUAL HEALTH PRACTICES OF HOMELESS ADOLESCENTSDONNA REW; Fiscal Year: 2001..The expected outcomes of the study are the refinement of a theoretical model of sexual health practices that will provide a framework for interventions to reduce the prevalence and incidence of STDs in vulnerable homeless adolescents. ..
- Adolescent daughters' response and adjustment to maternal breast cancerDANUTA CLEMMENS; Fiscal Year: 2007..A better understanding of which coping strategies can mediate the stressful impact of their mothers' breast cancer can lead to the development of health promoting interventions that target these concerns in this vulnerable population. ..
- SEXUAL HEALTH PRACTICES OF HOMELESS ADOLESCENTSDONNA REW; Fiscal Year: 2005..The expected outcome is an effective, brief intervention for promoting sexual health that can be delivered to homeless adolescents in an unsheltered environment. ..
- Predicting Children's Responses to Distraction from PainAnn Marie McCarthy; Fiscal Year: 2005..Parent success response will be measured with self-assessment of success and observation of performance of distraction. Logistic regression will be used to develop the predictive models. ..
- Increased Gluconeogenesis Is One Cause of CFRDDANA HARDIN; Fiscal Year: 2005..It is therefore expected that these studies will provide new information regarding potential causes of CF related diabetes and protein catabolism. ..
- A Family Approach to Managing Asthma in Early TeensJean Marie Bruzzese; Fiscal Year: 2007....
- A School-based Approach to Helping Urban H.S. Students with Undiagnosed AsthmaJean Marie Bruzzese; Fiscal Year: 2010..Results also will be of significant use to health care providers, researchers, and policy makers, and will have significant public health implication for a highly vulnerable population of adolescents ..
- The Impact of a Tobacco Control Intervention in African-American FamiliesMartha Tingen; Fiscal Year: 2007..If effective, implementation of this family approach via the school systems as the primary point of entry is highly probable. ..
- Comparison of Asthma Programs for SchoolsEileen Kae Kintner; Fiscal Year: 2010....
- Developing Health Behaviors in Middle AdolescenceDONNA LYNN REW; Fiscal Year: 2010....
- Promoting Asthma Wellness in Rural CommunitiesMARTHA S contact TINGEN; Fiscal Year: 2010..There is evidence to suggest that both of these health issues can be effectively addressed using a culturally sensitive, cost effective, web-based, self-tailoring, computer program. ..
- Racial Disparities in School and Mental Health ServicesMarianne Hillemeier; Fiscal Year: 2006....
- Team COOL Pilot StudyMartha Kubik; Fiscal Year: 2007..It is hypothesized that adolescents attending alternative high schools and their parents and school staff who receive the Team COOL intervention will report high participation rates and a high degree of satisfaction. ..
- Developing Health Behaviors in Middle AdolescenceDONNA REW; Fiscal Year: 2007....
- Developing Health Behaviors in Middle AdolescenceDONNA REW; Fiscal Year: 2009....
- Anger Assessment and Intervention in Rural YouthKathryn Puskar; Fiscal Year: 2006..The intervention reduces a health disparity by providing a service for rural youth. ..
- Comparison of Asthma Programs for SchoolsEileen Kintner; Fiscal Year: 2009....