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About NASNMedia Room    February 9, 2016

The National Association of School Nurses is a non-profit specialty nursing organization, organized in 1968 and incorporated in 1977, representing school nurses exclusively. NASN has more than 16,000 members and 50 affiliates, including the District of Columbia and overseas.
The mission of NASN is to optimize student health and learning by advancing the practice of school nursing.

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Recommended Reading
 

2015 School Nurse Survey Summary Article
This article provides a summary of the characteristics of school nurses and some of their key activities in 2015. For the first time the results are also broken down by region. Access the article in the NASN School Nurse

School nurse shortage grow as budgets shrink
Among nurses' responsibilities is caring for the estimated 3 million children with food allergies
By: Alison DeNisco (January 2014). Access the article from District Administration.

School Nurses: Supporting Education, Advancing Student Health
Why are school nursing services important?  What role do school nurses play in the delivery of health services?  What is the current student health landscape?  Where does NASN fit in? (2014). Access the document from NASN.

Charting nursing’s future: Unlocking the potential of school nursing: Keeping children healthy, in school, and ready to learn.
(2010).  Access the article from The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.

 
 
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