NANDA Diagnoses, NIC Interventions, and NOC Outcomes Used in an Electronic Health Record With Elementary School Children
- Addressing low clinic attendance by making them school-based. Ogilvie, Dawn; Mayhew, Ruth // British Journal of School Nursing;Apr2012, Vol. 7 Issue 3, p143
The article focuses on various approaches that address low attendance to clinics such as making a school-based method. It says that attendance rate in healthcare centres was found to be at nearly 60%. It was suggested that clinics should be held at schools for the improvement of parents'...
- Nurse's orders. Portner, Jessica // Education Week;5/15/96, Vol. 15 Issue 34, p20
Focuses on the new role of school nurses as front-line health-are providers for the young. Factors that contribute to the change in school nurses' role; Expansion of services offered by school-based clinics; History of nurses' role in the country's school system.
- The New School Nurse. Bell, Alison // Parenting;Dec2001/Jan2002, Vol. 15 Issue 10, p22
Deals with the nature of the job of school nurses in the United States. Education; Duties; Ailments treated; Drugs given.
- Signing up. // Nursing Standard;3/9/2005, Vol. 19 Issue 26, p5
Reports on the campaign concerning the funding for school nursing services in Great Britain.
- Mental health checks for pupils: What role for school nurses? Peate, Ian // British Journal of School Nursing;Oct2013, Vol. 8 Issue 8, p374
The article discusses the proposed screening program in British schools to enable the early diagnosis of mental health problems in students and the role of school nurses in the program if it is approved. It describes regular tests to be completed by students to evaluate their psychological and...
- School-based screening for scoliosis. O'Connor, Sarah // Community Practitioner;Feb2012, Vol. 85 Issue 2, p43
The article focuses on the need to have a scoliosis screening programme in place for school-aged children in Great Britain. The author provides an overview of idiopathic adolescent scoliosis (IAS), the history of scoliosis, and the effects of both diagnosed and undiagnosed IAS. She also explores...
- Nurses' Responses to LouHIE Focus Groups and Surveys. // Kentucky Nurse;Oct-Dec2009, Vol. 57 Issue 4, p5
The article discusses a survey conducted to determine the top concerns that nurses and Allied Health professionals perceive necessary to address in the healthcare industry in Louisville, Kentucky. The findings show that the respondents prioritize having access to accurate medical information. It...
- The STARD Statement for Reporting Studies of Diagnostic Accuracy: Explanation and Elaboration. Bossuyt, Patrick M.; Reitsma, Johannes B.; Bruns, David E.; Gatsonis, Constantine A.; Glasziou, Paul P.; Irwig, Les M.; Moher, David; Rennie, Drummond; de Vet, Henrica C.W.; Lijmer, Jeroen G. // Annals of Internal Medicine;1/7/2003, Vol. 138 Issue 1, p1
The quality of reporting of studies of diagnostic accuracy is less than optimal. Complete and accurate reporting is necessary to enable readers to assess the potential for bias in the study and to evaluate the generalizability of the results. A group of scientists and editors has developed the...
- Agencies offer school nursing and early intervention services. // New York Amsterdam News;10/24/2002, Vol. 93 Issue 43, p28
Reports that few agencies are planning to offer nursing and early intervention services to disabled children in schools in New York City. Agencies that are going to offer the medical services to disabled children; Factors affecting the development and education of disabled children; Duties...