Top School Nurse Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a School Nurse. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of School Nurse resumes they appeared on. For example, 7.5% of School Nurse resumes contained Emergency Care as a skill. Let's find out what skills a School Nurse actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

The six most common skills found on School Nurse resumes in 2020. Read below to see the full list.

1. Emergency Care

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Here's how Emergency Care is used in School Nurse jobs:
  • Stabilized individuals for transport as the primary nurse in multiple medical situations requiring emergency care.
  • Maintained all emergency care plans, individual and potential emergencies where necessary.
  • Identify emergency situation and initiate emergency care and life saving measures.
  • Facilitate Crisis Management including organizing and providing emergency care and triage.
  • Maintained student medication, physical, routine and emergency care records database
  • Administered emergency care and developed and maintained disaster preparedness plan.
  • Initiated Emergency Response drills with military emergency care providers.
  • Administered emergency care as needed.
  • Job Duties: To administer medication as ordered and provide first aid as well as emergency care in a school environment.
  • Provided primary care to students and staff who needed emergency care due to injury or who presented with acute illness.
  • Provided efficient and effective student-centered as well as employee/staff centered nursing and emergency care based on needs assessed via triage.
  • Performed Hearing and Vision Assessments, conducted First Aid Training, and provided Emergency Care for injured / ill students.
  • Provided care to school-age children ranging from first aid to medication administration and emergency care for those with special needs.
  • Provide health care to students reporting to Health Room as well as emergency care to students on campus.
  • Provide routine and minor emergency care for elementary-aged school children, as well as Teachers and staff.
  • Provide emergency care for injuries or illness within the limits of the school physician's written directives.
  • Care ranged from minor illness and injury to emergency care, as well as many other responsibilities.
  • Provided routine and emergency care to 1,050 students ranging in age from 4 to 19 years old.
  • Provide and/or delegate professional nursing services, first aid, illness, and emergency care to students.
  • Dispensed first aid and emergency care, reviewed immunization records, organized eye and hearing exams.

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2. Special Health Care

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Here's how Special Health Care is used in School Nurse jobs:
  • Provided care for injuries and acute illness for all students and long-term management of students with special health care needs.
  • Delegate and teach special health care and procedures according to stated policies, protocols or regulations.
  • Provide special health care and related services to meet the needs of students with disabilities.
  • Provide nursing care to children with special health care needs in the school setting.
  • Administer medication and assisted with management with special health care needs.
  • Provided medication and monitoring for students with special health care needs.
  • Provide assistance to students with special health care needs at school.
  • Facilitated care of students with varied special health care needs.
  • Identify students with special health care needs.
  • Provide training to staff for care of students with special health care needs [i.e.

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3. Administer Medications

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Here's how Administer Medications is used in School Nurse jobs:
  • Administer medications, manage health rooms, maintain records and communicate effectively and professionally with administration as well as subordinates.
  • Administer medications and treatments prescribed by medical professional's prior parental consent in writing.
  • Provide direct patient care to pediatric patients and administer medications.
  • Coordinate management system to administer medications to students at school.
  • Review immunization status on all children and administer medications.
  • Administer medications and health screenings; evaluate immunization records.
  • Administer medications and treatments per physician orders and protocol.
  • Administer medications to students with learning and physical disabilities.
  • Administer medications to elementary students and monitor side effects.
  • Administer medications following nursing and school policies and procedures.
  • Administer medications and perform medical procedures when ordered by physicians
  • Administer medications to students as prescribed by private physicians.
  • Administer medications to students with chronic illness and/or conditions.
  • Administer medications as only prescribed by a physician.
  • Administer medications as ordered and document care.
  • Administer medications as specified by written policy.
  • Administer medications according to district policy and procedures
  • Administer medications and perform physical examinations.
  • Administer medications and treatments when necessary.
  • Administer medications/treatments per physician order.

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4. Special Needs

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Here's how Special Needs is used in School Nurse jobs:
  • Developed and implemented care plans for special needs students requiring assistance for medical, mental or psychological disabilities.
  • Developed individual health/emergency plans for students with special needs.
  • Assisted special needs children administering daily medications or treatments.
  • Coordinated community services for special needs children.
  • Responded to the emotional needs of the children and their parents, regarding the challenges in raising special needs children.
  • Provided medical attention for students (all of whom had special needs) and staff/staff children of a residential school.
  • Provided nursing care to school-aged population from elementary to high school Orange County Public Schools with or without special needs.
  • Interacted with parents to become aware of medications required, dosages, and emergency contacts, for special needs students.
  • Acted as resource to office health assistant and the special education teachers on the health needs of special needs children.
  • School nurse for a high school of 3000+ students, including special needs, behavioral, and emotionally-disabled students.
  • Assist with needs of special needs students and take part in specialized meetings regarding health needs of the individual.
  • Administer medication to mentally challenge adolescent, and children with special needs, in the District 75 schools/school hospital.
  • Manage the health needs for over 700 students (including special needs students) at the high school level.
  • Prepared Individual Health Care Plans for students with special needs or illnesses *Dispense medications as ordered by physicians.
  • Plan, coordinate, and implement health services for elementary, middle, and special needs students.
  • Secured resources for hearing devices, eyeglasses and medical / dental care for children with special needs.
  • Provide for medical surveillance, wellness and emergency needs of children, including those with special needs.
  • School nurse duties for general education & special needs students for 4-5 weeks during the summer.
  • Acted as a special needs advocate for those students who need specialized care while attending school.
  • Provided daily medication administration, primary first aid and clinical procedures for students with special needs.

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5. Health Education

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Here's how Health Education is used in School Nurse jobs:
  • Performed nursing care for a medically diverse population, prepared and distributed health information, planned and administered health education programs.
  • Developed procedures and provided nursing management for injuries/illnesses * Provided health education / instructions for students and parents
  • Provided required state screenings, administered medications, coordinated student health education topics, well/sick child assessments.
  • Conducted health education for families and prevention of sexually transmitted diseases and precautions against airborne illness.
  • Administer physical care and health education to a large Multicultural population grades K-12 and faculty
  • Provided necessary health education training for students and faculty members according to student diagnosis.
  • Evaluated students' conditions maintain records for immunization and provided teaching on health education.
  • Performed health assessments, treated emergencies, dispensed medication and offered health education.
  • Developed and conducted health education programs for University students, staff and facility.
  • Evaluated health education needs of students and provided necessary training and instruction.
  • Promote health education throughout the school community including effective preventative health measures.
  • Provided bi-monthly health education such as nutritional and dental education to students.
  • Provided necessary health education training for students, family members and community.
  • Promoted health education in the school community and developed effective preventative measures.
  • Supported administration with expert knowledge of delivering sexual health education curriculum.
  • Planned, delivered and evaluated health education programs in elementary school.
  • Provided necessary health education training for patients/students/teachers and parents.
  • Promote health education and effective preventative health measures.
  • Supplemented and reinforce the current health education curriculum.
  • Demonstrate skill in Health Education and Emergency/Crisis Management.

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6. Diabetic Care

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Here's how Diabetic Care is used in School Nurse jobs:
  • Administered scheduled and emergency medications and diabetic care.
  • Performed Diabetic care including meal carbohydrate counting, administration of insulin, and care of hypo &/or hyperglycemia symptoms.
  • Managed care for 6-8th grade students including diabetic care, medication dispensing, parent interactions, and health records.
  • Instructed patients and family members on teaching diabetic care such as proper diet and instructions on medication administration.
  • Teach unlicensed diabetic care to faculty and staff as mandated by the State of Texas.
  • Administered diabetic care and education to children with diabetes.
  • Managed Diabetic care for students.
  • Complete diabetic care including finger sticks, carb counting and meal planning assistance, insulin injections, and insulin pumps.
  • Assisted in training of diabetic care managers, first-aid responders and staff.
  • Provide dailydiabetic care, including insulin and BG monitoring.
  • Administered medications Diabetic care and teaching Responsible for school clinic
  • Assigned as needed to various schools/students in Chicago Public Schools Diabetic care, seizure care, enteral feedings, tracheostomies
  • Provide diabetic Care and medication administration.Licensed Practical Nurse Caroline Center Burtonsville MD 3/20011 to presentProvided nursing care.

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7. Mental Health Services

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Here's how Mental Health Services is used in School Nurse jobs:
  • Partner with Child Behavioral Health Services and other State and County resources for children's physical and mental health services.
  • Assess and provide mental health services to clients in crisis and in need of acute psychiatric care and symptom management.
  • Provide clinical mental health services, both psychotherapy and nursing services along with consultation to staff and community agencies.
  • Provided home based mental health services to chronically mentally ill persons and to individuals and families in crisis.
  • Assisted staff in conducting discharge planning for outpatient mental health services.
  • Followed up with physicians, child protection services, and social/mental health services based on clients' needs and concerns.

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8. Asthma

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Here's how Asthma is used in School Nurse jobs:
  • Provide nursing care including necessary procedures, medication administration, Diabetes/ Asthma and other chronic health care management for students.
  • Maintain student records and educate staff regarding allergy/asthma/seizure individual health care plans.
  • Administer medication to diabetics and asthmatics as per Medication Administration policy.
  • Administered medication and management for Asthma and Diabetes.
  • Administer asthma medication to patients at risk
  • Administered allergy and/or asthma medications.
  • Supported the health and well-being of 900 students, such as diabetic management, asthma control, allergies, and seizures.
  • Conducted annual staff training on blood borne pathogens, seizures, asthma, diabetes and other chronic diseases needing regular management.
  • Care for chronic conditions such as ADHD, asthma, diabetes along with acute and emergent issues for students and staff.
  • Alerted teachers on the condition of students with chronic disease conditions, including diabetes, allergies, asthma, and seizures.
  • Executed the asthma action plan that requires student to administer medication 20 minutes before exercise for those who can self-carry.
  • Manage treatment of High Alert students (asthma and allergy requiring intervention) including rescue medication and emergency treatment plans.
  • Create Individual Health Plans for children with chronic health issues including diabetes, asthma, seizure disorders and life-threatening allergies.
  • Calculate insulin doses, Assess the students as they come in throughout the day, Asthma, educate on Diabetes.
  • Identified, referred, and managed medical needs of students with chronic illnesses such as asthma, diabetes, etc.
  • Created an Emergency Department flow chart for Physicians, Respiratory Therapists and Nurses to provide optimal care for asthmatic patients.
  • Work with school children within the school system*Perform vision, height/weight, hearing exams; health management*Manage diabetic and asthmatic conditions
  • Manage care for campers and staff with a wide variety of diagnoses such as diabetes, seizures and asthma.
  • Treated children with chronic health issues such as diabetes, asthma, cystic fibrosis, orthopedic and burn treatments.
  • Administer medication per Yonkers Public Schools protocol to children with Asthma, Seizures, Diabetes, ADHD, etc.

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9. Student Health Records

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Here's how Student Health Records is used in School Nurse jobs:
  • Maintained student health records and administered medication and/or treatment when necessary for pupils to attend school.
  • Maintained all student health records as well as administered numerous medications and mandated screenings.
  • Developed and maintained student health records and updated student immunization records.
  • Maintained student health records and conducted routine audits of immunization records.
  • Verify student health records for state mandated immunizations.
  • Oversee all student health records including Immunization requirements.
  • Maintain student health records and emergency information.
  • Maintained student health records, immunizations and sports and physical compliance, diabetes care allergy compliance, health class room teaching
  • Maintain all student health records; administer medications/treatments; provide first aid and emergency care to all school age children.
  • Maintain accurate student health records, updates necessary immunizations and documents physicals according to state and school board guidelines.
  • Maintain and manage 1200 student health records including medication administration, immunizations, health conditions, health management plan.
  • Maintain accurate student health records to include allergies, vision and scoliosis screenings, and daily health care needs.
  • Maintain and ensure the confidentiality of all students and staff, complete and perpetuate student health records.
  • Create, file, sort, collate and copy student health records and medical forms as needed.
  • Case manage student health records, and conduct screenings as required by law and/or board policy.
  • Review student health records, implement care plans, train delegates for emergency situations.
  • Assisted in the initiation of electronic student health records using the Infinite Campus System.
  • Maintain accurate student health records (K-12) for the school and health room.
  • Maintained student health records, including immunizations, lead screenings, and physical examinations.
  • Maintained student health records and responded to injuries, illnesses and medical emergencies.

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10. Health Screenings

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Here's how Health Screenings is used in School Nurse jobs:
  • Provided medical care and conducted state-mandated health screenings and submitted through Pennsylvania State Department of Education web-site.
  • Performed health screenings, administered Medications, and evaluated medical emergencies.
  • Arranged or administered all necessary annual health screenings.
  • Coordinated and carried out annual state-mandated health screenings.
  • Coordinated ancillary health screenings with outside agencies.
  • Mandated health screenings and immunization verification.
  • Performed grade-related health screenings and assessments.
  • Provision of first aide/medication/health screenings.
  • Ensured health needs of 435 students were effectively met, conducting annual health screenings, treating injuries, and handling emergencies.
  • Supervised two health aides, assessed for immunization compliance, provided first aid, & conducted health screenings for grades K-8.
  • Record management, health screenings, staff/parent in-services, and evaluation/treatment of sick children ages 8 weeks to 16 years old.
  • Performed and recorded mandatory health screenings and made referrals: vision, hearing, postural growth, BMI and blood pressure.
  • Conducted mandated health screenings, physicals and special education assessments at four schools in the district, approximately 1,000 students.
  • Worked on a PRN basis providing health screenings for audio, visual, scoliosis and general health and physical examinations.
  • Conducted yearly health screenings on each student with included hearing and eye exams, lice checks and immunization compliance.
  • Provide health care to students and staff, perform health screenings, maintain health records in accordance to N.J.A.C.
  • Monitor state regulations as it relates to student immunizations, required health reports, and student health screenings.
  • Maintain up to date immunization records, complete required health screenings and all necessary referrals to outside providers.
  • Performed annual health screenings on various grades to include vision, hearing, scoliosis, and height/weight management.
  • Coordinated Health Screenings and checked immunizations for 370-765 students and had an average of 30 visits per day.

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11. Child Abuse

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Here's how Child Abuse is used in School Nurse jobs:
  • Report any suspicion of child abuse to the Division of Youth and Family Services and building principal.
  • Provide counseling on physical, emotional, and social health concerns, and report suspected child abuse.
  • Monitor students for possible child abuse and neglect and report to agencies when situations occur.
  • Report incidents (fights, suspected child abuse, suspected substance abuse, etc.)
  • Intervened and worked with CPS in cases of suspected child abuse and neglect.
  • Identify and report suspected child abuse or neglect to the building principal.
  • Worked closely and developed programs with FBI and CPS concerning child abuse.
  • Assessed and referred in cases of child abuse or sexual assault.
  • Referred cases of suspected child abuse or neglect to proper authorities.
  • Follow procedures for suspected cases of child abuse and neglect.
  • Assess and report suspected child abuse.
  • Initiate emergency procedures for students and staff as needed Follow procedures for suspected cases of child abuse and neglect.
  • Maintain security of student's health record * Follow procedures for suspected cases of child abuse and neglect.
  • Implemented child abuse prevention program fro elementary students & coordinated the program with Air Force Family Advocacy officer.
  • Handled all child abuse hotline calls.

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12. Immunization Records

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Here's how Immunization Records is used in School Nurse jobs:
  • Maintained detailed documentation on patient visits to the clinic and updating and managing all medical and immunization records.
  • Evaluated immunization records of students and communicated with parents/guardians as needed when records were not up-to-date.
  • Maintain exemplary documentation of assessment interventions, Immunization records, treatments, Medications and Physicians Orders.
  • Maintain school immunization records on all students and ensure compliance with State of Alabama immunization requirements.
  • Maintained all required health and immunization records as outlined and defined by state requirements.
  • Collect immunization records, physicals, medication orders and any/all pertinent medical data.
  • Reviewed immunization records in schools to ensure all students were immunized appropriately.
  • Maintained immunization records for staff and distributed medications to students with needs.
  • Organized and compiled student immunization records and coordinated state immunization reports.
  • Review immunization records to ensure compliance with Indiana state immunization requirements.
  • Maintained immunization records and administered hearing, vision and scoliosis screening.
  • School Nurse *Re-designed medical and immunization records system for school-age children.
  • Monitored immunization records based on Arizona State standards for school entry.
  • Maintained immunization records and facilitated mandated screenings for all students.
  • Conducted vision and hearing screenings; documentation of immunization records.
  • Maintained accurate confidential health and immunization records and nurse visits.
  • Communicate with parents and collect physical appraisals and immunization records.
  • Used control measures on communicable diseases and monitored immunization records.
  • Maintained accurate, detailed reports; medication and immunization records
  • Audited immunization records ensuring compliance the State school requirements.

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13. Scoliosis Screenings

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Here's how Scoliosis Screenings is used in School Nurse jobs:
  • Delivered health promotion services including vision, hearing, scoliosis screenings, and provided referrals to appropriate professionals.
  • Completed health assessments including height, weight, vision screenings, hearing screenings, and scoliosis screenings.
  • Complete vision and hearing tests, weight and height assessment, scoliosis screenings, and immunizations.
  • Complete annual hearing and vision testing along with height and weight recording and scoliosis screenings/referrals.
  • Perform hearing and vision screenings, as well as scoliosis screenings and lice head checks.
  • Performed vision, hearing, scoliosis screenings and health education, other duties as needed.
  • Provide student vision, hearing, and scoliosis screenings and provide education on community resources.
  • Perform hearing, vision, scoliosis screenings and refer to outside providers as needed.
  • Perform Scoliosis Screenings on 6th graders as required by the State of Florida.
  • Conduct hearing, vision, dental, & scoliosis screenings and making referrals.
  • Maintain comprehensive school health records and administer vision, and scoliosis screenings.
  • Eye and Scoliosis screenings, maintaining all health records for the students.
  • Perform state mandated vision, hearing, BMI and scoliosis screenings.
  • Organized and conducted school wide vision, hearing and scoliosis screenings.
  • Performed scoliosis screenings, eye chart screenings, and hearing screenings.
  • Performed mandatory vision and hearing screenings, along with scoliosis screenings.
  • Managed annual vision, hearing and scoliosis screenings, etc.
  • Certified in vision, hearing, and scoliosis screenings.
  • Perform NYSDE mandated vision, hearing and scoliosis screenings.
  • Assisted with hearing, sight, and scoliosis screenings.

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14. Chronic Illnesses

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Here's how Chronic Illnesses is used in School Nurse jobs:
  • Planned accommodations for students with disabilities and chronic illnesses.
  • Administered routine medication for acute and chronic illnesses.
  • Provided care for acute needs of students as well as care and management of chronic illnesses and conditions.
  • Provided general nursing care for students ranging from first aid to assisting with acute and chronic illnesses.
  • Monitor students with chronic illnesses, mental and physical disabilities to provide interventions and treatments as needed.
  • Provided direct care to students and staff with injuries, acute illnesses and chronic illnesses, e.g.
  • Reported to the Newark Board of Education as mandated the lists of children with chronic illnesses.
  • Formed Individual Health Plans for children with chronic illnesses while collaborating with parents and faculty.
  • Assessed, treated and referred staff and students with acute and chronic illnesses and injuries.
  • Assess, evaluate, and treat students/staff with chronic illnesses and acute illness/injury.
  • Developed and maintained individual health care plans for chronic illnesses and special needs.
  • Perform immunization, chronic illnesses, and Quality Assurance audits for each school.
  • Organized and preserved student records for acute and chronic illnesses, when appropriate.
  • Managed children's acute and chronic illnesses, health and mental concerns.
  • Communicate with families and other professionals as needed to manage chronic illnesses.
  • Perform Assessments and manage acute and chronic illnesses of students.
  • Treated injuries and acute / chronic illnesses; administered medications.
  • Create personalized Care Plans for each student with chronic illnesses.
  • Perform the control and monitoring of students with chronic illnesses.
  • Managed acute and chronic illnesses of a pediatric population.

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15. Triage

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Here's how Triage is used in School Nurse jobs:
  • Update and maintain health records on database* Perform auditory and visuals screenings* Triage and treat student injuries/illnesses* Compile reports for administration
  • Respond in emergent and triage situations effectively with critical thinking strategies.
  • Provide nursing services for students and facility including and not limited to triage of health complaints, medication administration and counseling.
  • Provide comprehensive health services for grades K-12 assessment, minor triage, health promotion and prevention, and district health coordinator.
  • Provided triage and first aid for students and faculty and special education students with compassion, care and attention to detail.
  • Monitor immunizations, conduct screenings, provide direct care to students, triage and refer as necessary to outside providers.
  • Position Held - School Nurse (Triage, LPN)Rotated to different school sites on a weekly basis.
  • Provided general triage and first aid to children in various age groups and staffs in a school setting.
  • Registered Nurse in college student health facility, working primarily in Triage Clinic and Women's Health Clinic.
  • Attend to medical emergencies on campus, triage students, perform physical assessment, and prioritize patient treatment.
  • Promoted wellness for students, faculty and administration, - Treat and triage acute illness and injuries.
  • Take temperatures, check sore throats, ear aches, stomach aches and triage per written protocol.
  • Performed constant triage and treatment of students age 5 to 13 in the health office as needed.
  • Maintained office hours for students in order to triage, diagnose and treat minor injuries and illnesses.
  • Job Description:As a school nurse I triage and assess various injuries, and illnesses.
  • Obtain vital signs in a triage setting when School Based Health Clinic is at the school.
  • Respond to emergency situations to triage determining the level of care required and notification of parents.
  • Administered daily medications, triage, and assessments to patients with various behavioral and medical diagnoses.
  • Monitor students with diabetes, triage students who are sick, make parent contacts, first aid
  • School nurse triage and covering field trips work at the high school middle school and elementary school

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16. Health Issues

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Here's how Health Issues is used in School Nurse jobs:
  • Administered medications and provided education concerning health issues to students.
  • Directed educational seminars of staff members regarding health issues.
  • Responded to parental concerns regarding medical/health issues.
  • Complete responsibility for schools health issues
  • Educate the staff of on health issues ranging from nut allergies to trauma care preparedness in case of a school shooter.
  • Communicate to district personnel, nurses, teachers, administrators and bus drivers regarding student related health issues and necessary information.
  • Train Staff, Teachers, and Administrators on clinical procedures, infectious disease and other health issues regarding Medically Fragile Student.
  • Job: Organized the care and management of all significant health issues for these numbers of students and in each bldg.
  • Maintain efficient overall operations of Health room and providing medication, and medical care as needed for minor health issues.
  • Communicate effectively with families, physicians and colleagues, as well as school administrators regarding student health issues and emergencies.
  • Managed and operated within guidelines to assist students, teachers, and faculty in minor health issues and first aid.
  • Administered medications, educated families and staff on childhood diseases, universal precautions and provided guidance on numerous health issues.
  • Act as a liaison to district area nurses, provide professional development, develop system wide policies regarding health issues.
  • Maintained excellent rapport and communication with staff, faculty, and parents of students regarding any and all health issues.
  • Coordinate, and communicate, health issues with the family, school, and student's, medical practitioner.
  • Managed needs of students in three schools* Performed screening programs* Taught classes on health issues* Managed medications and student illnesses
  • Screened all students for health issues that influenced education, provided in-school first aid, and treatment for emergencies.
  • Educate parents, staff and students regarding current health issues through verbal communication and written articles in school publications.
  • Maintain health records; coordinate immunization programs, educating students, parents and staff on pertinent health issues.
  • Consult with families and health care providers concerning the health issues and concerns of students receiving special education.

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17. CPR

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Here's how CPR is used in School Nurse jobs:
  • Obtained and retained BLS instructor certification and ensured staff obtained current CPR certification.
  • Maintained American Heart Association CPR/AED Instructor status
  • Staff CPR training, blood borne pathogen yearly training to all employees, AED yearly training to all employees and students.
  • Facilitate CPR instruction to the clinical and non-clinical staff within the high school district in collaboration with the American Red Cross.
  • Provided yearly training programs for teachers and school administrators on Basic Life Saving (BLS) and CPR emergency protocols.
  • Led on-the-job training sessions to teach and demonstrate principles, techniques and guidelines on CPR and Epi-Pen administration.
  • Coordinate ongoing educational opportunities for school staff including wellness fairs, healthy eating programs and CPR certification programs.
  • Trained/Certified in First Aid, CPR, Medications, Epi-Pen, Epidural, and Diabetic Delegations and Administration.
  • Coordinated school staff training in the areas of safety, CPR, AIDS Awareness, and Child Abuse.
  • Provide or arrange for training or instruction of school faculty in health related topics such as CPR.
  • Acquired Red Cross First Aid and CPR Facilitator certification to improve on the availability of staff training sessions
  • Developed staff training of daily and emergency care of students to include basic first aid and CPR.
  • Provided CPR and First Aid Certifications to approximately 50 staff members and bus drivers whose certifications were expired
  • Trained staff in CPR, first aid, diabetes, medication administration, and blood borne pathogens.
  • Promoted school staff wellness through first-aid/CPR, communicable disease prevention, diet/exercise presentations and campus emergency plans.
  • Organized and managed the emergency team of staff members to be trained in CPR and AED.
  • Increased number of staff trained in CPR and first aid by collaborating with a community college.
  • Teach classroom lessons including CPR Anytime, microbiology, hand-washing, and human growth and development.
  • Educated staff on CPR/AED, First Aid, Diabetes, Food Allergies and Crisis Response/Emergency Management.
  • Coordinated staff training on EpiPens use, CPR/AED use, First Aid, and UDCA training.

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18. Patient Care

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Here's how Patient Care is used in School Nurse jobs:
  • Provided patient care for PCI patients, mechanically-ventilated patients and an overall variety of critically ill patients.
  • Utilized strong independent assessment skills to determine necessary patient care consistent with medical protocols.
  • Collaborated, organized, and delegated patient care using effective communication and evaluation skills.
  • Provided outpatient/inpatient care to students attending Phillips Academy on Friday night shift.
  • Collaborate with interdisciplinary team and family members regarding patient care.
  • Documented patient care and communicated with school nurse efficiently.
  • Interact with family/teacher regarding patient care.
  • Displayed strong clinical skills by providing high-quality patient care assisting with activities of daily living, admissions, transfers and discharges.
  • Supported multiple children with life threatening and challenging diseases to remain in school through providing daily, customized patient care.
  • Assigned to provide full patient care for one child; assisted RN with up to eight other patients.
  • Provided direct patient care to juveniles admitted to infirmary, served as Employee/Student Emergency Response Team Lead.
  • Provide direct patient care to students to include chronic condition management, injuries and acute illnesses.
  • Utilized strong assessment skills to determine necessary patient care and communication with staff and parents.
  • Evaluated patient care needs, prioritized treatment, and maintained patient flow in health room.
  • Maintain safe patient care and communicate effectively with families, social workers, and psychologists.
  • Direct patient care of students, faculty, and visitors.
  • Provided total patient care for a ventilation dependent school girl.
  • Provided direct patient care and medical procedures for students.
  • Set, evaluated, revised patient care goals.
  • Performed first aid and patient care for students.

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19. Disease Prevention

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Here's how Disease Prevention is used in School Nurse jobs:
  • Coordinated and presented disease prevention programs to faculty and students.
  • Job responsibilities include identifying and treating disorders among students and provide instruction in the maintenance of good health and disease prevention.
  • Provide health counseling on chronic illness, nutrition, disease prevention and positive lifestyles.
  • Provided instructions in the maintenance of good health and disease prevention.
  • Provide activities and education on promotion of health and disease prevention.
  • Instructed staff and parents on communicable disease prevention.
  • Age appropriate teaching including health lectures and videos, disease prevention, epi pen administration, inhalers.
  • Provide direct care to students and staff with minor Promote healthy lifestyle and disease prevention injuries or illness.

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20. Medical Care

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Here's how Medical Care is used in School Nurse jobs:
  • Staff education/ medical resources Family/Student information for medical care/immunizations.
  • Provided basic medical care in several urban elementary and intermediate school settings to students and faculty.
  • Provided medical care for severe and profoundly disabled students in developmental and applied academic classrooms.
  • Provided medical care to developmentally challenged children in a specialized public school environment.
  • Assess injuries/accidents to ensure individuals receive proper medical care.
  • Collaborate with parents regarding children medical care.
  • Administered medications and provided medical care to students
  • Assess, triage, treat, and evaluate medical care during school hours and sports activities for ill children.
  • Provided all medical care for staff, high school counselors and 6th grade students attending residential Outdoor School Camp.
  • Provided medical care to students for minor injuries, illnesses, diabetic care/teaching and hearing and vision testing.
  • Administered medications to students with prescriptions, provided first aid and medical care to anyone on school premises.
  • Coordinate medical care for students by working parent/guardian, physicians, community agencies, TBAISD itinerant support team.
  • Assume responsibility for client s safety and medical care during shift by attending all classroom and therapy activities.
  • Provide families with information on health and medical resources and assists families to access to medical care.
  • Assessed students, as well as staff, for the need of first aid, nursing/medical care.
  • Managed medical care of special needs students including autism, seizure disorders and behavioral disorders.
  • Communicated to parents and school staff using HIPPA guidelines of medical care given to students.
  • Determine if injuries of patients or staff required immediate f attention and arrange medical care.
  • Develop and write content for Individual Education Plans to meet medical care needs of students.
  • Provided medical care to pupils, members of staff and visitors while on site.

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21. Staff Members

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Here's how Staff Members is used in School Nurse jobs:
  • Provided medication administration and special health care procedure training and supervision to staff members.
  • Supervised and completed annual employee evaluations and reported to higher-level staff members.
  • Managed incident reporting processes that occur on campus involving students/staff members.
  • Educated staff members about health-related topics.
  • Budget management, supervision of four RN's and LPN's, and staff development of more than 80 staff members.
  • Conferred with and advised students, parents, and staff members on matters pertaining to the health and safety of students.
  • Provide direct care & physical assessment to a population of more than 800 students, as well as staff members.
  • Conducted daily health risk assessments and medical care to the students and staff members including hearing and vision screening examinations.
  • Provided treatment and assessment for illness and injury to children, and care to injured or ill staff members.
  • Provided for the health care needs of over 600 students and 100 staff members in an elementary school setting.
  • Maintained open communication with students, families, faculty, staff members, school administration and the community.
  • Liaised with teachers and other staff members to ensure that students received daily medications and treatments required.
  • Planned, controlled and directed a comprehensive school health program for 700 + students and staff members.
  • Managed the Comprehensive School Health Program at Gonzalez Elementary for a population of 640 students and staff members
  • Worked closely with all STAFF members, including doctors to assure that heath needs are met.
  • Collaborate with other staff members including school psychologist, guidance counselor, and teachers among others.
  • Provided care for 600 students and 60 staff members, including acute care and health promotion.
  • Use clinical judgment and knowledge to provide health care to students along with staff members.
  • Report daily to school's principal any significant health concern regarding students and/or staff members.
  • Served as the School Nurse for Students and Staff members over multiple Schools and Campuses.

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22. Medical Records

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Here's how Medical Records is used in School Nurse jobs:
  • Perpetuated routine and scheduled daily treatments/medications with students while maintaining documentation and students medical records in a database.
  • Maintain confidentiality with all medical records, health visits and administration of daily medications.
  • Maintained the medical records/vision/hearing/medications for the students for the appropriate immunizations/ ages/grade levels.
  • Maintain accurate medical records of students, including immunization and medication logs.
  • Reviewed student medical records and health history to ensure immunizations were up-to-date.
  • Keep medical records and maintaining inventory of medical or pharmaceutical supplies.
  • Maintained all student medical records, including immunizations and medication forms.
  • Evaluated compliance of immunization records and maintained student medical records.
  • Maintained student files pertaining to medical records and emergency information
  • Maintained medical records while complying with privacy requirements.
  • Maintain electronic medical records for continuity of care.
  • Maintained student medical records on a computerized system.
  • Maintain electronic medical records for every student enrolled.
  • Maintained medical records, prepared incident reports.
  • Maintained accurate medical records and health information.
  • Maintained documentation of immunization & medical records.
  • Maintain medical records for approximately 2700 students.
  • Assisted with organizing/updating student's medical records.
  • Maintain personal/medical records to ensure regulatory compliance.
  • Maintained electronic medical records/database of student records.

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23. Health Problems

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Here's how Health Problems is used in School Nurse jobs:
  • Maintain awareness and documentation of students health problems.
  • Support, challenge, and educate students and staff with chronic health problems as they strive for independence and proficient self-management.
  • Assessed patient health problems and needs; developed and implemented nursing care plans; and advised students on mental health problems.
  • Work with parents, teachers and health care providers to prevent health problems from becoming reasons for poor school performance.
  • Promote student health and safety; manage actual and potential health problems; case management; and collaborate with others.
  • Promote health and safety; intervene with actual and potential health problems; provide case management services and education.
  • Refer and assist families in obtaining health services for children with serious health problems and/or no health insurance.
  • Developed and implemented individual health plans and emergency health plans for students with acute and chronic health problems.
  • Managed all student health problems as well as assisting in the management of a school-based health center.
  • Plan and schedule teacher-nurse conferences concerning specific student health problems; referring family for evaluation or treatment.
  • Aided in prevention of illness and disability, and the early detection and correction of health problems.
  • Manage all students with chronic health problems, providing school-based services related to student-specific health care plans.
  • Consulted with parents to devise a plan of care for children with health problems and special needs.
  • Participated in various programs to help with preventative care and to avoid long range health problems.
  • Evaluate immunization records and provide for the special needs of those children with health problems.
  • Managed chronic and acute diseases, providing assessment and triage of various health problems.
  • Updated health record and daily physical assessments of students and their various health problems.
  • Identify health problems for referral to appropriate resources for proper follow up treatment.
  • Provide direct health care to students and address actual and potential health problems.
  • Serve as a nurse educator for students with specific health problems e.g.

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24. Medical Needs

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Here's how Medical Needs is used in School Nurse jobs:
  • Accommodated students with variety of medical needs including special needs students, ensuring appropriate treatment and improvement of condition.
  • Assured appropriate accommodations were developed and implemented for students with special medical needs.
  • Collaborate with interdisciplinary team to meet educational/medical needs of all students.
  • Provide documentation of students behaviors and medical needs.
  • Implemented and organized students medical needs.
  • Assessed ill children, provided first aid, and assisted parents with any other emotional or medical needs for their child.
  • Work in collaboration with Guidance and Behavioral Counselors to provide holistic care for students with complex emotional and medical needs.
  • Maintained student vaccinations and record, provided first aid as needed, advocated for their medical needs with community agencies.
  • Ensured all medical needs were met and mandated screenings, referrals and follow up were completed ahead of deadlines.
  • Addressed the medical needs of pregnant girls; designed manual for pregnant girls to get exercise and proper nutrition.
  • Provided and documented services to students, including chronic health care services for numerous children with special medical needs.
  • Prepared budgets for the district's medical needs, monitoring expenses to assure operations were within budget restrictions.
  • Provided ordered medications and treatments to students and assessed and treated students' medical needs per standing orders.
  • Attend to various medical needs of students and staff including medication administration and treatment of injuries or illness.
  • Act as a liaison for students with complex medical needs at home and outside medical care facilities.
  • Solo nurse of two schools in charge of the day-to-day medical needs of students and staff.
  • Observe and care for students medical needs through the school day and report observations and treatments.
  • Substitute Nurse: Manage the day to day medical needs of students and faculty 2.
  • Act as a liaison between parents and teaching staff for children with special medical needs.
  • Created individualized Health Plans and carried out nursing skills for students with special medical needs.

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25. IEP

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Here's how IEP is used in School Nurse jobs:
  • Conduct heath assessments as required for special education eligibility determination and development of IEP goals and objectives.
  • Collaborate with other professionals regarding implementation of health-related IEP items.
  • Attended IEP/504 meetings and provided relevant medical information/consultation.
  • Participate IEP assessment and development.
  • Participate in parent conferences, IEP and Pupil Services Team meetings for students with cognitive, medical and/or emotional problems.
  • Attend IEP meetings assist with developing a plan of care along with the educational plan to meet student's needs.
  • Maintained and created reports for the IEP team regarding the health and development of the student holding the IEP.
  • Participate in IEP and 504 meetings to ensure students are reaching their optimal school experience and establish care plans.
  • Participate as the health specialist on a child's evaluation team to develop the IEP or 504 plans.
  • Coordinate with interdisciplinary team to ensure that prescriptions for services are up to date and correspond with IEP.
  • Participated in Intake Meetings to help recruit more students, and Individualized Education Plan (IEP) Meetings.
  • Care of students with mental and physical limitations and implementation of 504/IEP's as correlated with guidance department.
  • Assess, evaluate and write reports for students with an Individual Educational Plans (IEP's).
  • Maintained student files in an organized manner, educated staff, participated in 504 and IEP meetings.
  • Participate in a variety of meetings, workshops and seminars, including IEP and 504 written meetings.
  • Establish individual care plan and goals for students with chronic health conditions & IEP/504 state guidelines.
  • Participated in Individual Education Plan (IEP) at the exceptional children's coordinator's request.
  • Participated in the Multidisciplinary Team for the school especially in 504 Meeting and IEP's Development.
  • Assessed students and submitted health and development reports, as a member of the IEP team.
  • Attend IEP meetings to share knowledge and develop objectives for students with health related issues.

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26. RN

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Here's how RN is used in School Nurse jobs:
  • Assumed full responsibility for the school clinic, administered both PRN and prescriptions medications, handled medical/injury emergency and non-emergency situations.
  • Assisted health professions in evaluating the efficacy of treatment plans by communicating observations and interpreting behavior patterns within the school setting.
  • Established and designed a health clinic in an alternative school for children with learning disorders and/or educational and behavioral disorders.
  • Completed screenings and evaluated medical findings related to health development patterns along with vision and hearing problems.
  • Refined assessment skills, medication administration, care planning, and patient/family education with one-to-one RN supervision.
  • Present required system wide educational programs to staff including Blood Born Pathogens and Automated Electronic Defibrillator training.
  • Provided international travelers with full health and safety consultation and education specific to their destination countries.
  • Developed staff education programs related to blood borne pathogen exposure, medication training, and immunizations.
  • Contributed pertinent information concerning the status and progress of the children at weekly interdisciplinary meetings.
  • Provide information to adolescents concerning health problems in order to encourage responsible decision-making practices.
  • Identify and address student health concerns that adversely affect their educational performance and/or attendance.
  • Responded to medical emergency situations for the purpose of addressing immediate safety concerns.
  • Facilitate the educational process by modifying or eliminating health-related barriers to learning.
  • Refer students to specialized health resources or community agencies furnishing assistance.
  • Communicate any information concerning further treatment of student to parent.
  • Consulted with all concerned with either psychological or physiological concerns.
  • Maintain and foster confidentiality in regard to information concerning students.
  • Recommended provisions for a school environment conducive to learning.
  • Communicated concerns of individual students for appropriate follow-up.
  • Ensured external follow-up with medical professionals when required.

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27. Community Resources

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Here's how Community Resources is used in School Nurse jobs:
  • Collaborated with community resources, encouraged healthy lifestyles and promoted communication through health counseling and information.
  • Educated parents regarding community resources and facilitated the referrals to adequate care.
  • Participated in parent conferences and provided referrals for community resources as needed.
  • Provide appropriate contact information to students for private and community resources.
  • Assist parents in accessing community resources for uninsured and under-insured kids.
  • Consulted and referred pupils needing medical care to appropriate community resources.
  • Collaborate with families and community resources for optimum health maintenance.
  • Referred students with physical problems to proper community resources.
  • Connect student/family to community resources.
  • Coordinate community health advisory group/meetings for the purpose of providing and using community resources for special need children in Mt.
  • Communicated with parents about health concerns and provided information about community resources (mental health, dental, medical).
  • Developed, implemented and managed student health program providing medical care and community resources to students and their families.
  • Provided referrals to various community resources to provide care including medical, vision, dental, and psychiatric care.
  • Recommend and coordinate support from community agencies working as liaison between families and community resources such as KCHIP.
  • Participate in meetings as needed & utilize community resources to meet health care needs of students & families.
  • Offer referral services to community resources, doctors, dentists, and other specialists if and when appropriate.
  • Refer parents of students needing medical care or social assistance to the appropriate private or community resources.
  • Worked with community resources, including law enforcement, fire/rescue, Child Protective Services and medical/dental fields.
  • Identified the need for referral and guidance in the selection and use of appropriate community resources.
  • Insured students were up to date on immunizations and coordinated community resources for families in need.

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28. Intake Assessments

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Here's how Intake Assessments is used in School Nurse jobs:
  • Obtain intake assessments for inmates to determine direction of medical treatments while incarcerated.
  • Preformed Birth to Three intake assessments in conjunction with occupational, physical, and speech therapists.
  • Performed daily inmate intake assessments to clear for booking into facility or for clearance to move to the general population.
  • Completed intake assessments on inmates new to G. Robert Cotton Facility.
  • Performed computerized intake assessments and maintained ongoing employee records and documentation for over 300 employees monthly.

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29. Health Care

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Here's how Health Care is used in School Nurse jobs:
  • Collaborate with parents/guardians and health care providers to develop individualized health care plans for medically fragile/ disabled students.
  • Monitored students' health care records for proper documentation of physical examinations, immunizations, screenings and medications.
  • Performed basic assessments, health care screenings, and administered medications as needed for pediatric/school aged population.
  • Collaborated, reported and coordinated health care services with Workers Compensation carriers and occupational health professionals.
  • Developed and implemented an Individualized Health Care Plan for student with 'emergency' medications.
  • Train and supervise unlicensed personnel to administer medication and provide Specialized Health Care Services.
  • Provided emergency and routine health care to youth in an adjudicated educational facility.
  • Facilitated referrals to other health care providers and community organizations/resources as needed.
  • Identify and monitor student health care needs that affect educational achievement.
  • Communicated with other health care providers insuring continuity of care.
  • Maintain student health care records accurately and completely.
  • Developed health care plans and administered medications.
  • Revised and implemented new health care/emergency forms.
  • Provided student health care and medication administration.
  • Developed computerized health care forms.
  • Interfaced daily as a medical consultant with teachers, counselors, principals, and parents, regarding student health care needs.
  • Assess students and collaborate with teachers, physical therapist, speech therapist, and parents to develop individual health care plans.
  • Maintained immunization and health records including office visits, emergency health care plans, and communication with parents and other agencies.
  • Team member with staff, administration, parents and physicians to monitor, educate and improve childcare and health care prevention.
  • Provided primary health care services to an American Indian adult, high school and preschool population at an off-reservation boarding school.

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30. Tube Feedings

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Here's how Tube Feedings is used in School Nurse jobs:
  • Provided assessment and care for children with special needs including tube feedings or medication administration and glucose monitoring.
  • Perform nursing care procedures G/J tube feedings, administer medication, attend IEP meetings, case management of student needs.
  • Provided services to students with chronic health needs to include; diabetic care, tube feedings and seizure management.
  • Tube feedings and administration of oral and feeding tube medications, blood glucose checks and insulin administration.
  • Qualified to administer tube feedings, medications, and specific treatments according to physicians' orders.
  • Administered g-tube feedings, assisted children at play and learning with teachers and therapists as needed.
  • Skilled nursing: Diabetes, tube feedings, Severe food allergies, and seizures as needed.
  • Administer medications, manage diabetics, seizures, breathing treatments, and tube feedings.
  • Prepared & administered large volumes of daily medications, delivered daily tube feedings.
  • Managed care for special needs students including G-tube feedings and seizure precaution medications.
  • Direct nursing care with G-tube feedings, Trachea care and continuous respiratory assessment.
  • Assist and instruct staff regarding tube feedings- Replace G tubes as needed.
  • Administer medications, G- tube feedings, Trachea care and other nursing duties
  • Performed tube feedings, blood glucose monitoring, and assisted special needs population
  • Administered medications, handled Tube Feedings, suctioning, and applied dressings.
  • Administered oral medications, tube feedings and first aid assistance.
  • Administered daily medications, PRN medications and tube feedings.
  • Monitor hydration and G tube feedings on a student.
  • Provide basic medical care with tube feedings and medicine.
  • Administered medications, tube feedings, and catheter care.

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31. Emergency Situations

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Here's how Emergency Situations is used in School Nurse jobs:
  • Responded to emergency situations, administered medications, verified vaccine compliance, performed hearing and vision screenings.
  • Ordered updated emergency medical supplies to facilitate timely communication and response to emergency situations.
  • Demonstrate ability to recognize emergency situations and effective action in case of emergencies
  • Administered all medications, treated all emergency and non emergency situations.
  • Handled emergency situations and called emergency services in a timely matter.
  • Provide rapid assessments and work with paramedics in emergency situations.
  • Facilitate transfers of patients in emergency situations to local hospitals.
  • Facilitated hospitalization of employees and students in critical emergency situations.
  • Manage emergency situations and provide first-aid treatments.
  • Assess, treat, and stabilize clients during emergency situations and coordinate transport to a medical center as needed.
  • Responded to all emergency situations, communicated with parents, physicians, and community workers.
  • Handle emergency situations such as seizures, respiratory difficulty using the nursing process.
  • Treat illnesses which range from the common cold to emergency situations.
  • Manage emergency situations on school grounds until 911 can respond.
  • Provided care during acute, chronic and emergency situations.
  • Provide treatment for emergency situations involving students or staff.
  • Assessed students and staff in emergency situations.
  • Responded to emergency situations at both schools.

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32. Hearing Screenings

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Here's how Hearing Screenings is used in School Nurse jobs:
  • Perform student Vision/Hearing Screenings per request of Teacher or Guidance Counselor making appropriate referrals.
  • Performed vision and hearing screenings with evaluation of findings through communication of service providers.
  • Recruited and organized parent volunteers for assistance in vision/hearing screenings.
  • Organized paperwork related to immunizations, vision/hearing screenings etc.
  • Performed vision/hearing screenings with appropriate referrals.
  • Serve as campus nurse for over 670+ students, performed vision/hearing screenings on timely basis as required by DSHS.
  • Organized vision and hearing screenings done yearly, and when suggested by teachers, specialty areas, or parents.
  • Trained registered nurses to assist private schools without school nurses to conduct vision and hearing screenings for students.
  • Performed vision screenings, hearing screenings and posture screenings routinely for all students in all three schools.
  • Monitored flu outbreaks ad symptoms, offering vision and hearing screenings and even checked students for lice.
  • Provide mass vision and hearing screenings, preventive care through health teaching and collaboration with outside agencies.
  • Coordinated health assessment programs at the schools for height, weight, vision and hearing screenings.
  • Coordinated and performed vision and hearing screenings and flu vaccinations to students within the school setting.
  • Provided state required height, weight, BMI, vision, and hearing screenings.
  • Eye exams, hearing screenings, state mandated screenings, monthly reports, inventory.
  • Perform mandated vision, growth, and hearing screenings per Pennsylvania State Law.
  • Helped to establish student database, performed vision/hearing screenings, and trained staff.
  • Provide students with vision and hearing screenings, as well as physical exams.
  • Dispensed medications kept up to date health records, vision and hearing screenings.
  • Conduct developmental screenings on children including heights/weights, vision screening and hearing screenings.

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33. Vital Signs

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Here's how Vital Signs is used in School Nurse jobs:
  • Cared for children*Basic Vital Signs*Cared for child with Insulin Dependent Diabetes*Contact with parents and staff*Documentation using Snap computer program
  • Checked vital signs, stabilization and administered oxygen when necessary.
  • Collected vital signs and basic data, administrated medications, and performed procedures as ordered by the physician.
  • Interviewed students and families to obtain medical information and measure their vital signs, weight and height.
  • Check vital signs, administer OTC medications, educate parents and students on health related issues.
  • Provide patient care or treatments, such as, dressing wounds, vital signs and assessments.
  • Assessed students symptoms, monitored vital signs, and documented student visits on a daily basis.
  • Administer daily medications, perform glucose testing, vital signs, perform physical assessments.
  • Monitor vital signs and general health status for students in emergent situation.
  • Administered medications, checked blood sugar levels, and monitored vital signs.
  • Measured and reported vital signs for students from elementary to high school.
  • Obtain vital signs for treatment centers DCFS patients once a month.
  • Assisted nurses with direct patient care, and vital signs.
  • Utilized time management, charting, measured/charted vital signs.
  • Record students' medical information and vital signs.
  • Assess students illnesses, take vital signs.
  • Measure and record patient's vital signs.
  • Checked & documented vital signs.
  • Perform and assess Vital Signs.
  • Completed bed baths, showers, linen changes, oral care, vital signs, blood draws, and IV starts.

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34. Health Office

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Here's how Health Office is used in School Nurse jobs:
  • Organize/operated a health office that treated a daily average of 120 elementary and special education students.
  • Maintain medical and nursing records accurately, confidentially and safely in five separate building health offices.
  • Manage Health office including inventory and office procedures.
  • Developed Health Office concussion policy and procedure.
  • Assessed the Health Office for Compliance with State Regulations and made necessary policy changes to insure health office was in compliance.
  • Act as the liaison between the school health office and the State of Florida DOH as well as the community.
  • Provide daily care for the many students who visit the health office; document complaints and dispositions of cases.
  • Budget and stock 5 health offices to meet health needs of students with emergency, acute and chronic issues.
  • Prepare annual budgets for the health offices and annual Request for Reimbursement of School Health Services submitted to Harrisburg.
  • Acted as a school nurse caring for special needs children in a classroom setting and in the Health Office.
  • Managed the health office at elementary and middle schools including medical related training and orientation of on-site health technicians.
  • Middle School Management of an efficient and functional health office, providing comprehensive care to students and staff.
  • Organize and manage health offices of several special education settings ranging from elementary to post-high school.
  • Maintained health office budget, grant reporting, supplies and electronic records on all office visits.
  • Take care of students coming to health office for minor pain or injuries as needed.
  • Provided direct patient care to ill or injured students and staff within the health office/clinic.
  • Create clinical setting in health office; prepare emergency supplies for every building on campus.
  • Collate all vaccine, physical and other miscellaneous documents received in the health office.
  • Maintain all equipment, order supplies and prepare a budget for the Health Office.
  • Organize health office to quickly obtain emergency information, supplies, and medications.

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35. Health Department

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Here's how Health Department is used in School Nurse jobs:
  • Established Hepatitis B vaccination program for students and faculty through cooperation with local health department.
  • Implemented annual flu vaccination program for faculty through cooperation with local health department.
  • Report to local health department Communicable Disease Department applicable cases.
  • Collaborated with Government Agencies to enforce Health Department regulations.
  • Make preliminary evaluation of ill students within the framework of the Health Department, school law and District guidelines and policies.
  • Act as a liaison between the school, local health department professionals, doctors, teachers, students and parents.
  • Passed all New Jersey State Health Department's audits of School Health and Immunization Records with 100% compliance.
  • Billed for services, tracked and provided acute illness reports to the county health department and provided medical referrals.
  • Involved the Health Department in pubescent training, they brought nice gifts, and taught about personal hygiene.
  • Arranged immunization days for the Health Department to give students & employees vaccinations in the school setting.
  • Performed review of health and immunization records for the compliance with the New Jersey Health Department.
  • Comply monthly statistics for all 5 schools and annual statistics for the Seminole County Health Department.
  • Collaborated with social service, dietary, and mental health departments to implement patient goals.
  • Collaborate with the local health department to ensure state mandated immunizations are up to date.
  • Maintained records and trends of reported communicable diseases that require reporting to the Health Department.
  • Counted medications and keep updated logs and forms to be reviewed by the Health Department.
  • Provided medical data to community and state health departments on a regular and emergency basis.
  • Assisted with H1N1 and other influenza in-school vaccination programs provided by local health department.
  • Set up the Health Department as the first school nurse of the Arlington Campus.
  • Trained and approved through the Arkansas Department of Health and Washington County Health Department.

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36. G-Tube

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Here's how G-Tube is used in School Nurse jobs:
  • Provided G-tube care, monitored for children with special needs for respiratory issues and skin breakdown in a classroom setting.
  • Administered needed vaccinations and medications (by mouth, injection and via G-tube) as per school policy.
  • Performed G-tube care, wound care, first aid as needed.
  • Involved with tracheotomy, g-tube feeds, SVN treatment, etc.
  • Administered medications via oral, topical, and g-tube routes.
  • Administer SQ, oral and g-tube medications.
  • Dispense prepared feedings as scheduled via G-Tube.
  • Administered feedings and medications through the G-tube.
  • Administer bolus feeding/ medication via g-tube.
  • Performed urinary catheterizations and G-tube feeds.
  • Managed school clinic for 1150+ students & 130+ staff-duties included administering medications, insulin, g-tube feeding and nebulizer treatments.
  • Assist students with a variety of health conditions including diabetes, trachs, g-tubes, catheters, and seizures.
  • Worked with students who required pulse oximetry monitoring, g-tube feeding, precautionary measures for a seizure disorder.
  • Provide 1:1 care for medically fragile children: Trach and vent dependent, g-tube feeding, medication administration
  • Work closely with students in need of tracheostomy and G-tube care.
  • Preformed tracheostomy, G-tube, Foley catheter care.
  • Managed medication administration, g-tubeFeedings, documenting per laptop, high-risk situations, andFamily interaction/consulting for high risk children.
  • summer school nurse: g-tube feeds, seizure meds protocol

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37. Medical Conditions

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Here's how Medical Conditions is used in School Nurse jobs:
  • Responded to emergency medical conditions in the purpose of ensuring immediate medical attention and related follow up action.
  • Provided compassionate nursing care to 200+ special education students suffering from various medical conditions and congenital malformations.
  • Assessed and evaluated medical conditions of students and implemented appropriate support indicated for student success.
  • Structured lessons and activities aimed to prevent medical conditions and health prevention activities.
  • Administer safe and accurate daily medications to students with defined medical conditions.
  • Monitored student's records for immunization requirements and medical conditions.
  • Develop emergency plans with life threatening medical conditions.
  • Monitor and medicate students with chronic medical conditions.
  • Administer medications to children with medical conditions.
  • Collaborate with local physicians to create health care plans for students requiring monitoring and care for medical conditions while at school.
  • Provided health promotion and health maintenance information and treatment to students with a variety of high risk and chronic medical conditions.
  • Provided first aid, medically prescribed services, identified symptoms of medical conditions, as well as abnormal growth and development.
  • Performed physical, vision, hearing and other screenings in order to identify possible learning barriers and underlying medical conditions.
  • Assess students with chronic medical conditions and develop individual health care plans, emergency procedure forms, and 504 plans.
  • Educated patients about medications, medical conditions, treatments / follow-ups, self-care, wellness promotions, and safety.
  • Delivered appropriate care to students from elementary to high school with ongoing medical conditions such as seizures & diabetes.
  • Monitored and provided routine and emergency care throughout school day to two special needs students with fragile medical conditions.
  • Arrange meeting times with parents to discuss any medical conditions staff and health office should know about.
  • Monitor and assist in maintaining the health of students with chronic medical conditions and physical disabilities.
  • Set up care plans for students with medical conditions, contact parents and MD with orders.

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38. Pre-K

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Here's how Pre-K is used in School Nurse jobs:
  • Initiated developmentally appropriate health education for grade levels pre-k-5.
  • Served as Health Educator and School Nurse for independent day school with 450 students in grades Pre-K through twelve.
  • Conducted Vision screenings and facilitated Dental and Hearing screenings for all students in grades Pre-K through Fifth grade.
  • Provide care to children in grades Pre-K through 8 in the absence of the regularly assigned school nurse.
  • Provide triage assessment of minor injuries, illness and social needs of children Pre-K through grade 12.
  • Assessed and evaluated health and development status of school children from Pre-Kindergarten through 8th grade.
  • Provide care and treatment to school children of all ages from Pre-K through grade 12.
  • Provide safe and quality care for students from Pre-K-12th grade; QA/QI of all records.
  • Ensured health and safety of students and staff in a school of pre-k-5th grade.
  • Provide all aspects of nursing care required by students aged Pre-K through 12th grade.
  • Provided daily care for approximately 1,000 students at a Pre-K - 8th grade school.
  • Oversee the health needs of elementary grade students Pre-K through grade 6.
  • Serve as health advocate for school children Pre-K 3 through eighth grade.
  • Provided medical care to students in grades Pre-K to 8th grade.
  • Served as the school nurse for over 500 Pre-K-4th grade students.
  • Provided quality care to students in grades Pre-K - 8.
  • Audited immunization records for Pre-K, K and new students.
  • Provided first aid to students Pre-K to 8th grade.
  • Served as School Nurse for three schools with 2,200 students in grades Pre-K through 12.
  • Substitute school nurse for both schools Grades Pre-K through 6 and 7-12.

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39. Vision Screenings

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Here's how Vision Screenings is used in School Nurse jobs:
  • Communicated disease outbreak in school setting and state-mandated hearing and vision screenings.
  • Perform hearing and vision screenings for all eligible students on an annual basis, and subsequent referrals if needed.
  • Provided hearing and vision screenings for students and connected those who were unable to get assistance to free services.
  • Reviewed vision screening results and referred students to Incarnate Word University for free vision screenings and eye glasses.
  • Provide hearing and vision screenings when needed and care for individuals that are in need of care.
  • Conduct school health services, assist with physical exams and immunizations, and hearing and vision screenings.
  • Provide health assessments, screenings including hearing and vision screenings, and preparing reports for state mandates.
  • Updated charts performed hearing and vision screenings and coordinated cases with other nursing staff when applicable.
  • Negotiated with outside vendors to do hearing and vision screenings pro bono in exchange for referrals.
  • Performed mass hearing and vision screenings for approximately 400 students.
  • Performed hearing and vision screenings on student body per requirements.
  • Administer Hearing and Vision Screenings in accordance with IDPH standards/protocol.
  • Performed height, weight, and vision screenings on students.
  • Provided vision screenings and health assessments and made appropriate referrals.
  • Provide regular dental, hearing, and vision screenings.
  • Organized and administered hearing and vision screenings for students.
  • Performed hearing and vision screenings and referred as needed.
  • Free district vision screenings and glasses for needy students.
  • Perform approximately 300 hearing and vision screenings yearly.
  • Perform all Hearing and Vision Screenings to students.

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40. Student Population

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Here's how Student Population is used in School Nurse jobs:
  • Organized and conducted staff/faculty education* Evaluate and triage students* Oversee immunization and 4-poimt screening compliance* Perform health screening for the student population
  • Monitored and administered medications to student population according to Physician orders and school protocol.
  • Coordinated and supervised the overall student health of elementary and high school student population.
  • Worked within a diverse student population to administer prescribed medication and improve student health.
  • Conducted research on self-injury due to increased incidence in student population.
  • Coordinated healthy wellness programs as needed per student population.
  • Administer daily medications to student population as directed.
  • Served student population of approximately 2,200
  • Served as a part-time school nurse for three small, rural schools with a total student population of approximately 175 students.
  • Offer health counseling to parents, students, teachers, and staff regarding various disease processes, affecting student population.
  • Substitute School Nurse providing direct care for students/teachers * Development of Wellness programs * Counseling for health needs of student population/families
  • Provide excellent care to a student population of 750 children, staff, and visitors while on site.
  • Deliver culturally sensitive primary nursing care for a Title 1 elementary school with a 700+ diverse student population.
  • Manage school sports program, student screenings, and daily interaction with medical issues that affect student population.
  • Work with administration, staff, parents and students to maintain the health of the student population.
  • Provided health assessments, health and nutrition education, and medical referrals to diverse K-6th student populations.
  • Served as RN to High School population and early childhood program with 1600 total staff/student population.
  • Total care of diabetic student population, medication management and intervention planning for the students.
  • Supported the education process by working to consistently assure the health of the student population.
  • Provide clinical nursing for a student population of over 2,000 and 150 staff members.

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41. Health Information

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Here's how Health Information is used in School Nurse jobs:
  • Perform health data computer entry and general health information management as needed per encounter.
  • Report pertinent health information to family and/or physician and follow up on recommendations.
  • Provided health information to assist students and families in making health-related decisions.
  • Provide health information to Community organizations as requested.
  • Communicated pertinent health information to parents and teachers.
  • Served as a resource person on health issues, maintained security of student health information and school health supplies.
  • Organize and maintain the health related documents, such as immunization records and health information forms for each student.
  • Conducted educational programs of health information and education including in-service training, to students, school personnel and parents.
  • Develop care plans to meet health needs as identified by Individual Education Plans and student health information forms.
  • Filled out assessment sheets and kept a daily record of health information of students with certain conditions.
  • Complied with the Enterprise City School Systems reporting and recording procedures for documentation of student health information.
  • Communicate appropriate student health information to teachers and staff on an as needed to maintain student confidentiality.
  • Document student health information in District s electronic database systems and student cumulative folders, as required.
  • Prepare and present health information to classrooms, such as hand washing and puberty information.
  • Used computers, audiovisual aids, and other equipment to teach children about health information.
  • Provide ongoing health information/instruction to students, school staff and community for health promotion.
  • Provided ongoing health information to pupils, parents, school personnel and health agencies.
  • Provide and interpret health information to parents, school personnel and community health agencies.
  • Documented student health information using an Electronic Medical Record (Infinite Campus).
  • Review and maintain health records and communicate appropriate health information to staff.

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42. Elementary Schools

low Demand
Here's how Elementary Schools is used in School Nurse jobs:
  • Maintained and monitored health and immunization records across multiple elementary schools.
  • Managed caseload of students with chronic diseases for 4-5 assigned elementary schools under the direction of the School Health Nurse Supervisor.
  • Provide care to students in kindergarten through 4th grade at two elementary schools and one parochial school that includes K-8th grade.
  • Served as a school nurse and operated the health room for two elementary schools serving over 750 students.
  • Manage and supervise the school health needs of five schools including four elementary schools and one middle school.
  • Supervised unlicensed personnel at four elementary schools, responsible for over 200 children with special health care needs.
  • Worked as a school nurse for 3 elementary schools with a total enrollment of about 1800 children.
  • Assigned to two separate Elementary Schools in the Newport News ISD, Shuttled between both locations.
  • Registered Nurse: Responsibilities include: District nurse for three elementary schools and one middle school.
  • Provided health services for 1300+ students and staff in one middle and two elementary schools.
  • Functioned as manager of health care within the school health program at 3 elementary schools.
  • Provide nursing services to public school students and staff in two Title I Elementary Schools.
  • Promote and support the health and wellness of children ages 3-22 at two elementary schools.
  • School nurse for three elementary schools in the district, overseeing several hundred students.
  • Provided medical care for students, staff and campus visitors across two elementary schools.
  • Registered Nurse for Several public title one elementary schools, and a middle school.
  • Evaluated and followed school children in 2 elementary schools and 1 middle school.
  • Substitute at Austin and Carver Elementary Schools, Cedar Bayou Junior School.
  • Administered clinical nursing care to students at St. Louis metro area elementary schools
  • Substitute school nurse for three elementary schools in a suburban school district.

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43. Public Health

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Here's how Public Health is used in School Nurse jobs:
  • Prepared regular written reports for supervisor and Massachusetts Department of Public Health.
  • Follow Massachusetts Department of Public Health screenings and requirements.
  • Communicate with public health officials in reporting communicable diseases.
  • Can identify the public health needs of the school age population within a defined caseload and determine the priorities for action.
  • Implemented fluoride treatment program in conjunction with Public Health Department to provide weekly treatments for students in a qualifying school district.
  • Maintained ongoing continuing education related to school age health issues and public health nursing related to children and families.
  • Collected and maintained public health/school health data and prepared reports concerning public health as required by the Health Department.
  • Reported to the state of California and county department of public health on health outbreaks and mandated state reporting.
  • Report all confirmed cases of communicable diseases to Alabama Department of Public Health via the REPORT system.
  • Work closely with Public Health agency to provide comprehensive community health care to individuals and families.
  • Home visits and a close relationship with the local Public Health Department were also included.
  • Collaborated with Lowell Public Health Nurse and set up and ran a flu clinic.
  • Performed public health functions such as disease surveillance, immunizations compliance and health promotion.
  • Complete and Report health/immunization evaluations as required by the department of public health.
  • Maintain Compliance with State Public Health re: immunizations and physical care.
  • Served as public health nurse as needed in the county Health Department.
  • Collaborate with community partners including local nursing school and public health office.
  • Served as Preceptor for undergraduate nursing students in public health clinical rotations.
  • Coordinate nurse action with Primary Health Care Centers, Public Health
  • Report to coinciding school Public Health Nurse regarding daily activities.

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44. Infection Control

low Demand
Here's how Infection Control is used in School Nurse jobs:
  • Collaborate with administration to review and revise policies to provide a safe and infection controlled environment.
  • State reporting for infection control and immunization compliance.
  • Managed communicable diseases and enforced infection control measures.
  • Instituted campus-wide infection control measures.
  • Provided education and training of disease management and control, infection control, administering Epinephrine, and using the AED.
  • Ensured optimal student care by adhering to state health guidelines, following infection control procedures and updating case files accordingly.
  • Managed patient education programs on health, wellness, sexuality, infection control, and disease processes / management.
  • Establish protocols related to disease management, infection control, first aid, wound care and asthma management.
  • Developed and conducted staff in-services regarding emergency care, students with special needs, and infection control.
  • Provide classroom education to students on topics including: hygiene, anatomy, and infection control.
  • Provide instruction on hand washing, infection control, health, wellness, and nutrition.
  • Performed basic ADL's, basic data collection, vitals, and infection control.
  • Provided education to the school population of infection control to promote wellness.
  • Implemented policies for infection control, including immunizations for students and staff.
  • Provide infection control and first aid knowledge and training to faculty and staff
  • Assisted in development of annual mandatory OSHA infection control staff in-service.
  • Instructed elementary teachers on infection control; disaster policies, etc.
  • Provide education re: infection control, safety and good nutrition
  • Instructed staff about infection control and public health topics.
  • Educate staff and students in Infection control.

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45. Health Promotion

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Here's how Health Promotion is used in School Nurse jobs:
  • Promote a healthy school environment by teaching/implementing health promotion/prevention strategies.
  • Participate in the development and implementation of health promotion activities.
  • Provide classroom instruction regarding health promotion.
  • Participated in health promotion activities.
  • Advocated for student and staff health in the school setting by way of presentations and health promotion activities.
  • Assisted in health promotion and participation for students in Presidential Physical Fitness Program, swimming instructor.
  • Develop patient education and health promotion classes, pamphlets, and handouts for use in community-based education
  • Provided physical and risk assessments, health promotion, education and case management to students.
  • Provided training to staff and educators to aid in health promotion.
  • Encouraged health promotion, disease prevention, and health maintenance.
  • Provide wellness and health promotion/education to resident and staff.
  • Provide health promotion programs for students and staff.
  • Major focus on health promotion and health maintenance.
  • Teach lessons on disease prevention and health promotion.
  • Implement health promotion and wellness programs.
  • Developed BMI health promotion program.
  • Perform yearly eye screenings, provide health information to student regarding growth and development, proper hand washing and health promotion.
  • Assist students, staff, and community in identifying resources for healthcare services, financial resources, and health promotion.
  • Provided health services, health promotion, counselling and education to the students both Elementary and High School.
  • Educated students and staff on health promotion, disease management, and risky behaviors.

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46. Adhd

low Demand
Here's how Adhd is used in School Nurse jobs:
  • Provided medication education for parents and students, including ADHD medication and behavior medications.
  • Planned and conducted staff in-service on ADHD: signs, symptoms, referrals, evaluation, diagnosis and follow-up.
  • Work within a community of students with high population requiring daily medication for ADHD, seizure disorders, etc.
  • Helped with children with severe Autism, Cerebral Palsy, Epilepsy, Brain Trauma, and ADHD.
  • Organized Child Find/Special Education screenings and acted as ADHD liaison in Child Study Committee.
  • Administer daily medications to include ADHD medication, inhalers and OTC medications.
  • Work with student with ADHD and Autism.
  • Administer ADD and ADHD medications.
  • Coordinate with the base clinic to ensure sports physicals, immunizations, and ADHD referrals are completed in a timely manner.
  • Assist needy, complex-needs, hearing-impaired and emotionally abused children; address family, ADHD and psychosocial issues.
  • Functioned as the ADD/ADHD educator with the other members of the PPS Team.

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47. Blood Pressure

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Here's how Blood Pressure is used in School Nurse jobs:
  • Take blood pressure, checked ears, hair for head lice, examined throat and injuries such as cuts and bruises.
  • Performed vision, hearing, and blood pressure screening and made referrals for over 1000 high school and elementary school students
  • Performed annual screenings for students for height, weight, blood pressure, vision, and hearing.
  • Conduct screenings for normal growth and development, hearing, vision, blood pressure and nuisance diseases.
  • Used equipment including Doppler, PCA pump, intermittent compression device, and blood pressure machine.
  • Screen and evaluate findings of deficit in vision, hearing, scoliosis and blood pressure.
  • Provided screenings for students such as blood pressure, vision, hearing, and scoliosis.
  • Prepared and delivered blood pressure and blood glucose control assessments to the school community.
  • Provided first aid, monitored school staff's blood pressure monthly status to MD.
  • Provided preventative care clinics for staff including blood pressure screenings and flu shots.
  • Monitored blood pressures, blood sugars, and nutrition for select students.
  • Conduct screening for hearing, vision, blood pressure, and scoliosis.
  • Provided other screenings as needed such as blood pressure and lice.
  • Conducted blood pressure screenings on all employees and advised as needed.
  • Blood pressure screenings and Coordinate Health Fair and health classes.
  • Monitored blood pressure and conditions of staff.
  • Performed blood pressure screenings on staff.
  • Promoted blood pressure screening for employees.
  • Review current documentation of immunizations, physical examination, blood pressure, hemoglobin, hematocrit and lead level.
  • Take blood pressures, temperatures, clean and dressed wounds, administers nebulizer treatments and attends to any medical emergency situation.

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48. Aid Care

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Here's how Aid Care is used in School Nurse jobs:
  • Provided medication administration, first-aid care, and assisted with presentation of age-appropriate medical educational materials
  • Handled medication dispensation, provided first-aid care, and recorded all health files, including vision, hearing and postural screenings.
  • Provided immediate response to medical emergencies throughout the building and administered first aid care and determined if EMS was required.
  • Provide first aid care and medically prescribed services, and refer students to appropriate resources outside school.
  • School Nurse, Substitute * Dispensed first aid care and medically prescribed services to students and staff.
  • Provided First Aid care to students in Extended Day and supervised one child on seizure precautions.
  • Supervised one health assistant per school who provided the daily first aid care and medication administration.
  • Provided care to children aged 4-18 years with administering medications and delivering first aid care as necessary
  • Treated children with acute and chronic disorders, administered first aid care for minor injuries.
  • Provide first aid care for school age, preschool, and high school students.
  • Administered medications as ordered, performed basic first aid care as needed.
  • Conducted first aid care PRN and performed mandated screening for vision and hearing
  • Provide first aid care for injuries, illnesses and emergent situations.
  • Provide Emergency and First Aid care students and staff as needed.
  • Assessed sick and injured children and provided first aid care.
  • Managed chronic health conditions & basic first aid care.
  • Provided first aid care to students, administered medication.
  • Provided first aid care for students and staff.
  • Provision of emergency first aid care as needed.
  • Provide basic first aid care and medication administration.

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49. Care Procedures

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Here's how Care Procedures is used in School Nurse jobs:
  • Provided specialized health care procedures and trained staff who worked with these students.
  • Administer daily medications and nursing care procedures prescribed by the student's physician.
  • Maintain appropriate documentation on assessments, medication administration and/or healthcare procedures.
  • Provided staff development training regarding required healthcare procedures and policies.
  • Trained licensed and unlicensed staff on specialized healthcare procedures, emergency medications, and health plans for chronically ill children.
  • Administer daily and PRN (as needed) medications and nursing care procedures prescribed by the University physician.

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50. Osha

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Here's how Osha is used in School Nurse jobs:
  • Managed physician office laboratory including daily operation and compliance with OSHA/CLIA.
  • Communicated with parents and administration following OSHA guidelines.
  • Present, train and maintain appropriate standards from OSHA and other potentially infectious body materials within the school or employment setting.
  • Included sports physicals, attendance recording, OSHA records, Yearly screenings, Bus driver physicals and Occupational Health records.
  • Update and communicate to school staff and administration on OSHA testing, policies, and procedures.
  • Educate and teach classes for basic hygiene, universal precautions, and OSHA regulations.
  • Prepared OSHA documents for playground safety and chemical use and storage for janitors.
  • Staff Education in compliance with OSHA and the Baltimore County Board of Education.
  • Established and performed staff education in OSHA and other health related topics.
  • Staff in-service education in blood borne pathogens, according to OSHA standards.
  • Provided OSHA in-services to employees and monitored proper disposal of hazardous waste.
  • Trained staff on blood borne pathogens and universal precautions per OSHA protocol.
  • Maintain Exposure Control Plan to meet OSHA standards.
  • Prepare reports of OSHA on an annual basis.
  • Provided yearly OSHA regulation updates to employees.
  • Train teachers and staff on OSHA standards.
  • Maintain first aid kits and OSHA containers.
  • Provided training for compliance with OSHA regulations.
  • Maintain proper documentation and training for OSHA.
  • Established OSHA standards for clinic.

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20 Most Common Skill for a School Nurse

Emergency Care10.7%
Special Health Care9.2%
Administer Medications7.5%
Special Needs6.8%
Health Education6.4%
Diabetic Care5.5%
Mental Health Services5.2%
Asthma5.2%

Typical Skill-Sets Required For A School Nurse

RankSkillPercentage of ResumesPercentage
1
1
Emergency Care
Emergency Care
7.5%
7.5%
2
2
Special Health Care
Special Health Care
6.4%
6.4%
3
3
Administer Medications
Administer Medications
5.3%
5.3%
4
4
Special Needs
Special Needs
4.8%
4.8%
5
5
Health Education
Health Education
4.5%
4.5%
6
6
Diabetic Care
Diabetic Care
3.9%
3.9%
7
7
Mental Health Services
Mental Health Services
3.7%
3.7%
8
8
Asthma
Asthma
3.6%
3.6%
9
9
Student Health Records
Student Health Records
3.6%
3.6%
10
10
Health Screenings
Health Screenings
3.4%
3.4%
11
11
Child Abuse
Child Abuse
3.2%
3.2%
12
12
Immunization Records
Immunization Records
3%
3%
13
13
Scoliosis Screenings
Scoliosis Screenings
2.9%
2.9%
14
14
Chronic Illnesses
Chronic Illnesses
2.7%
2.7%
15
15
Triage
Triage
2.5%
2.5%
16
16
Health Issues
Health Issues
2.2%
2.2%
17
17
CPR
CPR
2%
2%
18
18
Patient Care
Patient Care
2%
2%
19
19
Disease Prevention
Disease Prevention
1.7%
1.7%
20
20
Medical Care
Medical Care
1.6%
1.6%
21
21
Staff Members
Staff Members
1.5%
1.5%
22
22
Medical Records
Medical Records
1.5%
1.5%
23
23
Health Problems
Health Problems
1.4%
1.4%
24
24
Medical Needs
Medical Needs
1.4%
1.4%
25
25
IEP
IEP
1.4%
1.4%
26
26
RN
RN
1.3%
1.3%
27
27
Community Resources
Community Resources
1.3%
1.3%
28
28
Intake Assessments
Intake Assessments
1.2%
1.2%
29
29
Health Care
Health Care
1.1%
1.1%
30
30
Tube Feedings
Tube Feedings
1.1%
1.1%
31
31
Emergency Situations
Emergency Situations
1.1%
1.1%
32
32
Hearing Screenings
Hearing Screenings
1.1%
1.1%
33
33
Vital Signs
Vital Signs
1%
1%
34
34
Health Office
Health Office
1%
1%
35
35
Health Department
Health Department
1%
1%
36
36
G-Tube
G-Tube
1%
1%
37
37
Medical Conditions
Medical Conditions
0.9%
0.9%
38
38
Pre-K
Pre-K
0.9%
0.9%
39
39
Vision Screenings
Vision Screenings
0.9%
0.9%
40
40
Student Population
Student Population
0.8%
0.8%
41
41
Health Information
Health Information
0.8%
0.8%
42
42
Elementary Schools
Elementary Schools
0.8%
0.8%
43
43
Public Health
Public Health
0.7%
0.7%
44
44
Infection Control
Infection Control
0.7%
0.7%
45
45
Health Promotion
Health Promotion
0.7%
0.7%
46
46
Adhd
Adhd
0.6%
0.6%
47
47
Blood Pressure
Blood Pressure
0.6%
0.6%
48
48
Aid Care
Aid Care
0.6%
0.6%
49
49
Care Procedures
Care Procedures
0.6%
0.6%
50
50
Osha
Osha
0.5%
0.5%

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