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New York State Council of Educational Associations (NYSCEA) Webinar
The New York State Council of Educational Associations (NYCEA) is offering a professional development opportunity on Thursday, March 11th. The topic is Developing Personal Resilience. This opportunity is open to all NYSASN members.
National Center for Missing & Exploited Children
Educational Resource Opportunity
NCMEC CONNECT is the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children’s new online training platform! NCMEC CONNECT is your virtual gateway to on-demand training, resources, and best practices related to missing and exploited children!
Register today to access free training, virtual discussions, and resources about online child safety, prevention, family support services, and how you can better protect the children in your community.
To access NCMEC CONNECT, please click this link to make your connection: https://connect.missingkids.org/?referral=nyro. Remember, our NCMEC resources are free of charge! For questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 703 838-8385.
NYS Center for School Health’s #Think,Check,Correct campaign is not limited to only the present pandemic but applies to best practices in finding, evaluating, and using health information as a life skill. It’s more important than ever for every school nurse to be a source for current, reliable information to those they serve. This campaign aligns with and supports the: NASN Framework for 21st Century School Nursing Practice. All school nurses are urged to take this pledge by going to #ThinkCheckCorrect.
Make 2021 the year you achieve the Nationally Certified School Nurse (NCSN) credential!
Certification in our specialty area – like our membership in NYSASN – is a hallmark of our professionalism.
Dates for 2021 are as follows:
- Spring Testing Window: March 4 – 17, 2021. Registration Window: CLOSED.
- Summer Testing Window: July 8 – August 4, 2021. Registration Window: March 18 – June 8, 2021.
- Fall Testing Window: November 4 – 17, 2021. Registration Window: August 5 – October 4, 2021.
Please see the National Certification Exam for School Nurses links below for those registration dates.
Additional information is available on the NBCSN website:
- Exam details: https://www.nbcsn.org/ncsn/examination/
- What is certification? https://www.nbcsn.org/ncsn/certification/
- Eligibility requirements: https://www.nbcsn.org/ncsn/eligibility/
- Exam prep information: https://www.nbcsn.org/ncsn/the-exam/exam-prep/
For more information please contact one of our New York State Liaisons by emailing email@example.com.
Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation offers accredited learning for healthcare professionals.
Learn the latest information and newest trends in managing T1D from JDRF. Click here for information.
Mental Health Association in New York: Healthy Minds for a Health New York
Save the date! Mental Health Advocacy Days held March 8 through March 12, 2021
Find more information at https://mhanys.org/
Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children’s Hospital of Chicago is
pleased to offer a new online course:
Comprehensive Concussion Education for School Nurses
This is a free course if taken without the 2 CE credits. Choose the free link as indicated below.
Increasing public awareness and the development of state legislation related to concussions have created a need for school nurses to be competent in recognizing and managing concussions in the school setting. Do you feel comfortable with your knowledge around concussions and how to care for a child that may have experienced this injury? If you would like to learn more about concussions and the most recent recommendations on returning students to learning and sports, this is a great opportunity.
A team of healthcare providers at Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children’s Hospital of Chicago has developed a Nurse Concussion Course that will cover many important aspects of managing a concussion in the school setting.
The course includes eight modules:
1. Concussion Etiology
2. Concussion Epidemiology
3. Long-term Effects
4. General Concussion Treatment
5. Return to Learn Protocol
6. Return to Sports and Return to Play Protocol
7. Healthcare Provider Roles
8. Concussion Policies.
This course can be purchased for education credits (2.0) or taken for free without credit.
This educational activity’s planners, faculty, authors and content reviewers have indicated that they have no conflicts of interest. This event has received no commercial support or sponsorship.
Accreditation & Credit Designation Statements
This continuing nursing education activity was approved by the Ohio Nurses Association, an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation. (OBN-001-91). Activity #21972
Nursing Continuing Education
Nurses can earn 2.00 Contact Hour for completing the entire course.
How to register:
To access the course for educational credit, please follow this link to register online
(Please note there is a $25 fee to receive credit).
To access the course for free without credit, please follow this link to view the materials.
Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children’s Hospital of Chicago also offers a free online training module for school administrators and teachers on return to learn. This free 30-minute presentation provides age-specific academic accommodations that can be helpful during recovery from a concussion and tips for how to implement them.
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