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Say goodbye to paper cards and rubber stamps!  Say hello to hands-free badge scanning and the spinner!! How to participate: Visit the booths of exhibitors participating in the game. (List below.) Have your badge scanned by each participating exhibitor. Gather around the spinner to see if you've won! Various prizes will be awarded including a grand prize scholarship to attend NASN2023 in Orlando, Florida! NASN thanks participating exhibitors for their support. We encourage you to make your stop at their booths worthwhile. They have much knowledge and insights to share with you! Exhibitors Participating in the Passport Game ...
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Epilepsy is a brain disorder that causes recurring seizures. Seizures involve sudden, temporary bursts of electrical activity in the brain. Every brain has the potential to seize. If a person has two or more recurrent seizures, it is considered epilepsy. There are 470,000 children living with epilepsy in the U.S. Since children spend so many waking hours in school settings, it is critical that all school personnel, including nurses, know what epilepsy is, learn how to recognize seizures, and administer seizure first aid . For students living with epilepsy, schools must be well-equipped with the personnel and tools necessary to provide a safe and enriching ...
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Don't miss the Satchels and Purses for Nurses Endowment event! Satchels and Purses for Nurses is the Endowment Fundraising Committee’s most popular fundraising event! The Endowment enables NASN to award educational scholarships and nursing research grants to advance school nursing practice. Each year, NASN affiliate school nurse organizations and NASN Past Presidents donate purses, satchels, and/ or totes to be auctioned off at our silent auction. These high-quality bags are valued at a minimum of $100. This year the bags are being displayed in the exhibit hall (booth 1012). Bidding begins on Tuesday, June 28th (12 noon – 4:30 p.m.) and ends ...
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