School Nurse Leadership: Tackling Absenteeism

January 27, 2016

Webinar

2-3 p.m. Central

We’re excited to bring you the first of two important webinars focused on School Nurses.

Join us Wednesday, Jan. 27 from 2-3 p.m. (Central) to celebrate two award-winning school nurses and kick off our 2016 School Nurse Leadership Award.

  • Kelly Graham is a school nurse from Colorado implementing data informed health interventions. An analysis of student data helped her identify students with asthma, implement effective interventions and assist these students in improving school attendance.
  • Eva Stone hails from Kentucky and has also used student data to pinpoint the health reasons students were chronically missing school. In just one school year, all 10 schools in her district saw a decrease in the rate of chronically absent students.

Both of these leaders demonstrate the power of school nurses and the importance of using data to improve student health. We’re excited to feature these two leaders and for them to share their strategies for tackling this very important topic.

Register Now!

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If you have any questions feel free to contact Kristi Cox at 312.419.181

Do you know a school nurse that is a true school health leader? The 2016 School Nurse Leadership Award season kicks off Feb. 9, 2016, at which time applications will be available. Don’t miss out! Winners will be recognized on our website, will be featured in blogs and webinars and will win a $500 gift certificate to School Health.

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