Headfirst Lice Lessons is a new a head lice education campaign focused on dispelling common misperceptions, providing information about the value of engaging healthcare providers and building awareness of new treatment options.
Learn more about this educational campaign.
Head Lice 101 Presentation: An Overview for Parents, Teachers and Communities
A presentation in PowerPoint format for the school nurse to use to educate parents, teachers and your community during the next school, PTA or PTO meeting
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For a complete listing of books from NASN, visit the bookstore online.
For a complete listing of Position Statements and Issue Briefs, go to position papers and reports on NASN.org.
American Academy of Pediatrics & National Association of School Nurses. (2014). PedFacts – Pediatric first aid for caregivers and teachers (2nd ed.). Burlington, MA: Jones & Bartlett Learning.
Committee on Infectious Diseases American Academy of Pediatrics. (2012). Redbook – Report of the Committee on Infectious Diseases (29th ed.). Elk Grove Village, IL: American Academy of Pediatrics.
National Association of School Nurses. (2011). Position statement: Pediculosis management in the school setting. Silver Spring, MD: Author.
Ross, L. & Graham, M. (2013). Chapter 21 Skin disorders. In J. Selekman (Ed.), School nursing a comprehensive text (2nd ed.). Philadelphia, PA: F.A. Davis Company.
Fast Pack - Meeting the Clinical and Psychosocial Challenges of Head Lice
A tool to communicate information on head lice and current treatment options.
Pest identifications and guidance services from Dr. Richard Pollack
In the Literature
Andresen, K. & McCarthy, A. (2009). A policy change strategy for head lice management. The Journal of School Nursing, 25(6), 407-416.
Gordon, S.(2007). Shared vulnerability: A theory of caring for children with persistent head lice. The Journal of School Nursing, 23(5), 283-292.
Pontius, D. (2011). Hats off to success: Changing head lice policy. NASN School Nurse, 26(6), 356-362.
Weisberg, L. (2009). The goal of evidence-based pediatric guidelines. NASN School Nurse, 24(4), 165-166.
Page Last Updated February 2013