EFFECTIVELY MANAGING THE HEALTH CARE NEEDS OF THE SCHOOL AGED CHILD (CSNO-SDI Fall Confer)

Venue: Point Loma Nazarene University

Location: San Diego, California, United States

Event Date/Time: Sep 18, 2010 End Date/Time: Sep 18, 2010
Registration Date: Sep 14, 2010
Early Registration Date: Sep 10, 2010
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EFFECTIVELY MANAGING THE HEALTH CARE NEEDS OF THE SCHOOL AGED CHILD

Beverly Bradley, PhD, RN

Dr. Bradley has experience working in schools as a school nurse at elementary and high school levels, site administrator at two high schools (both with enrollment exceeding 3,000 students), coordinator of health services and education at a County Office of Education, consultant for California State Department of Education, and district administrator of School Health Programs in San Francisco Unified School District. Beverly is a Fellow in both the American School Health Association and National Association of School Nurses (NASN). NASN honored Dr. Bradley for “Outstanding Contributions to NASN and School Nurses” in 2008.



PERTUSSIS UPDATE-SAN DIEGO COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH DEPARTMENT

Linda Bethel, RN, MPH

Linda has over forty years of experience as a nurse in a variety of community and public health settings. She is currently employed by the County of San Diego Health and Human Services Agency in the Epidemiology and Immunization Service.



FOOD ALLERGIES AT SCHOOL

Dr. Michael Welch, Sue Wagner, RN, and Lisa Ehrlichman, RN, MEd

Dr. Welch is a member and past chair of the Division of Allergy and Immunology at Children’s Hospital, San Diego, and member and recent past chairman of the Pharmacy and Therapeutics Committee. He has been the Medical Director of the Southern California Asthma Camp Program (sponsored by ALA,) for over 20 years. He is a past recipient of the CME Teacher of the Year Award presented by Children’s Hospital San Diego.



Sue Wagner is Founder and Co-Chair of the San Diego Food Allergy Support Group, which is affiliated with the Asthma & Allergy Foundation of America (AAFA). She is also a member of San Marcos Unified School District Health Council and Allergy Committees and a member of the National Advocacy Steering Committee for the Food Allergy Initiative –the largest private funder of Food Allergy Research in the country base in Washington D.C. Sue has a child with a nine year history of anaphylaxis to multiple foods and an Eosinophilic disorder.



Lisa Ehrlichman is the Adolescent Chair for the San Diego/Imperial Section of CSNO. She was the school nurse at La Jolla High School for ten years, and presently works at Lincoln High School and Camp Palomar as a school nurse for the San Diego Unified School District.



CALMING AND COPING STRATEGIES FOR STUDENTS AND STAFF IN THE SCHOOL SETTING

Mary Ann Neis, MSN, RN

Mary Ann is presently the school nurse at Kearny High School in the San Diego Unified School District. With over 40 years of clinical nursing experience, Mary Ann brings a diversified knowledge of healing and health promotion to her nursing practice. She understands that all modes of healing have their place and the combination of these therapies provide a synergistic effect on healing. As a student of mind-body studies, Mary Ann believes that each individual has the ability to heal and to affect their health outcomes.



Continental breakfast, lunch, prizes, networking and lots of fun…

Saturday, 9/18/2010

Point Loma College Boney Hall -1

3900 Lomaland Drive - San Diego, 92110

7:45 – 3:30

Approved by the California BRN, CSNO provider # 04269 for ­­­7.8 contact hours.

Venue

3900 Lomaland Drive
San Diego
California
United States
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DIRECTIONS TO THE POINT LOMA CAMPUS FROM THE NORTH: Traveling south on I-5, take the Rosecrans exit, (Highway 209 south). Proceed south on Rosecrans to Canon Street. Turn right. Follow Canon to Catalina Boulevard. Turn left onto Catalina, then right onto Lomaland Drive. The university entrance is at the top of the hill. FROM THE EAST: Traveling west on I-8, take the Rosecrans exit, (highway 209 south). Proceed south on Rosecrans to Canon Street. Turn right. Follow Canon to Catalina Boulevard. Turn left onto Catalina, then right onto Lomaland Drive. The university entrance is at the top of the hill. FROM THE SOUTH: Traveling north on I-5, take the Hawthorne St/airport exit and follow the exit to the left. Follow the signs to the airport which will lead you to making a right onto Harbor Drive until you come to Rosecrans, turn south (left), and then make a rightt on to Canon Street. Follow Canon to Catalina Boulevard. Turn left onto Catalina, then right onto Lomaland Drive. The university entrance is at the top of the hill. FROM THE AIRPORT: Start out going West on Terminal 1 towards Airport Exit. Turn Slightly Exit onto Terminal 2. Stay straight to go onto Airport Exit. Turn Right onto N Harbor Drive. Turn Left onto Rosecrans St. Turn Right onto Canon St. Turn Left onto Catalina Blvd. Turn Right onto Lomaland Drive.

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