NASN’s Advancing Health Equity for Students With Asthma CoP

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  • Community of Practice Meetings

    Thursday, March 21, 2024 Meeting: 3:30 PM - 4:30 PM Eastern

    Click this link to join the March 21st meeting.

    Jeanie M. Bochenek, DNP, RN, LSN, NCSN, EBP-C, an Ohio school nurse, will be leading the discussion. Jeanie is currently a Clinical Assistant Professor in the School Nurse Certificate Program at Ohio State University. She has over 10 years of experience as a school nurse in multiple school districts in Ohio and has supervised her school nurse students for 17 years. Her doctoral work focused on implementing school based self-management asthma education at Dayton Public Schools as a way to improve childhood asthma control scores in the elementary school population.  

    [NOTE: SAVE the DATE: The next meeting will be Thursday, April 25, 2024, 3:30 PM - 4:30 PM Eastern]

    Past Meeting: March 7, 2024 Meeting
    New guidance regarding PCORI's The ASIST Study
    Recording and Slides: Located in the library of this community.

  • Join This Online Community

    NASN invites school nurses from FL, GA, NC & OH to join this online community. In this community, you will learn about new School Nurse Implementation Guidance based on PCORI's - The ASIST Study, results for children with mild asthma. 

    To join this community, LOGIN and then you will see a JOIN COMMUNITY button above.

     

Latest Discussion Posts

  • Good afternoon. We get regular questions regarding stock albuterol inhalers. The evidence supporting use of as-needed steroid inhalers for students with mild, persistent asthma may only increase those questions. Addressing health inequity has been one ...

  • Hello All, March 7th and 21st CoP meeting recording and slides have been uploaded in the library. ------------------------------ Stephanye White MPH National Association of School Nurses Silver Spring, MD United States ---------------------- ...

  • Welcome to School Nurses from Florida, Georgia, North Carolina, and Ohio! You may have seen the evidence or attended a presentation on the symptom-based use of corticosteroid inhalers for certain students with asthma, Regardless, it is an important treatment ...

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