The State of School Nursing . Child Health, Nursing Practice, and Future Policy. Robin Fleming, PhD, RN December 7, 2011. The State of School Nursing. Today’s Agenda. Background and History Demographics Challenges of Providing Nursing Services in Educational Settings
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Comparison of State Laws in Medication Administration in Schools
Sources of Authority in Guiding Medication Administration and Delegation in Schools by State
Members of the School Nurse Organization of Washington (SNOW) who participated in a recent survey (n=158) identified stable funding for school nurses (89.2%), reduction of school nurse-to-student ratios (81.7%), and children’s health care coverage (65.0%) as leading legislative priorities. In order to bring these priorities to fruition, school nurses must lend their expertise, their money, and their time to the state and national organizations that lobby on their behalf, and on behalf of the children, families, and communities who school nurses serve.