NICE Resources

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Dirty Hands Can Be Scary campaign 

Evidence-based practice information and resources offered through Saint Louis County Department of Public Health. Share with students, families, school faculty, and colleagues. 

Video: How To Interrupt Viruses That Move Through Schools

Learn more about controlling Norovirus in your school with this video by Dr. Charles Gerba who shares good handwashing habits and additional tips.

Webinar: Unsafe Injection Stories from the Field

This webinar from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention serves as a tool to educate medical professionals about unsafe injection practices and how these practices can be improved in the medical field to better protect and serve the patient population. Visit the CDC website to learn how you can earn CE for this webinar.

Webinar: Zika Virus - Implications for Pregnant Women Webinar

This webinar from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention provides information you could share with pregnant teenagers and/or staff members in your school. Learn how you can earn CE for this webinar.

Zika Information for those Traveling during Spring Break

As we prepare for Spring Breaks across the nation, and students and families gear up for travel across the world, it's important to stay informed about the Zika virus. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention provides the latest information and updates on "hot spots" for Zika.

Conjunctivitis and Allergies Information from the CDC

Spring is in effect! Your health office knows it! Are those itching and running eyes simply allergies? Or is it an eye infection? Know the difference and share it with parents and staff. Infection control education is key. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention provides this information.

Avian Influenza Information and Planning Tips

H1N1 was a frontline issue for school nurses, but are you ready for H7N9? The new strain of Avian Influenza is hitting China hard and possibly posing a health risk to students and staff traveling or studying abroad at your school. Keep them and their families informed. Be the school nurse leader that knows the key information. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention provides this information. 

Zika Infographic and Fact Sheet

Spring is here and summer is near. Don't let Zika be a fear in your school or community. Awareness is the first step to prevention. These resources are provided by the Centers of Disease Control and Prevention.