E051923 Clinic in the Classroom: Role of school health staff in diabetes management: information, tips & tricks
This is a one hour recorded session of the clinic in the classroom presentation featuring Sara Gonzalez, PhD, LP and Emily Hassenstab, BAN, RN, CDCES.
School nurses and school health professionals caring for pediatric patients and their families.
- Recall the differences between Type 1 diabetes, Type 2 diabetes and MODY
- Examine insulin and medication management principles for in school administration
- Demonstrate knowledge regarding components and expectations at school for diabetes technology use: pumps and sensors
- Apply age-based independence guidelines for diabetes management at school
- Develop strategies for rolling with resistance when students do not want to engage in cares within the health office
PRESENTERS: Sara Gonzalez, PhD, LP and Emily Hassenstab, BAN, RN, CDCES
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- 1.00 ANCC
- 1.00 Attendance
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