School Nurse-Led Case Management (SNLCM) – Application of the Nursing Process
Co-presented by NASN’s past president, Beth Mattey, school nurses will refresh their perspective about how the application of the nursing process guides the provision of SNLCM for vulnerable students. This free 1.0 CNE provides evidence-based current information, tools/resources, and strategies that will support the confidence and competence of the school nurse role in promoting health equity for students with a known (asthma) and suspected (myalgic encephalomyelitis/chronic fatigue syndrome) health condition using SNLCM. The School Nurse-Led Case Management course is in the NASN Learning Center.
Pediatric to Adult Care Transition for Students with Lupus – The School Nurse Role in Care Coordination and Transition Planning
The American College of Rheumatology (ACR) and NASN collaborated on this free 1.0 CNE. The course reviews the impact of pediatric onset lupus on children and teens and outlines the school nurse's role in contributing to a phased approach to transition planning from pediatric to adult care for continued effective and seamless self-management of the disease. Supporting ACR and NASN tools and resources will support the confidence and competence of the school nurse role in transition planning for students with lupus with an emphasis on health equity for at-risk students. The Pediatric to Adult Care Transition for Students with Lupus course is in the NASN Learning Center.