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2008 Indiana School Nurse Conference
Now Sponsored By: Th e Indiana Association of School Nurses in
collaboration with the National Nursing Coalition for School Health Depending on the attendees’ selection of sessions offered, the school nurse learner will: Indiana who are interested in learning, being • Build knowledge and skills to monitor and challenged professionally, connecting with other professionals, and networking should • Expand knowledge on infection control in the plan to attend this conference. You’ll have the opportunity to learn from the successes of • Acquire new ideas for health teaching in the others, develop a professional peer network, and leave with a renewed enthusiasm to assist • Expand intervention skills that work in the you in serving as advocates for school health.
• Expand knowledge on the multiple causes that create complex health care needs in the school setting and learn assessment tools and interventions that lead to quality nursing care The conference will be held at the Adam’s Mark Indianapolis Hotel: 2544 Executive Drive, • Build knowledge and skill to utilize evolving Indianapolis, IN 46241. A block of rooms have been set aside at the special conference rate • Develop and enhance a supportive network of $97 plus tax per night for September 28 and 29, 2008 to accommodate conference participants. CRUs, CEUs & Certifi cates of Participation:
Application must be made at the time of
reservations by calling 800-444-2326, or registration. Certifi cates will be distributed at 317-248-2481. Please identify yourself with the conclusion of the conference. CRU’s may the Indiana Association of School Nurses, be applied toward license renewal of a School Services license from the Indiana Division of Professional Standards Board only after earning To ensure room availability and conference a Master’s Degree, or after the completion of thirty-six semester hours beyond the Bachelor’s reservations made after this date will be College Credit: Two hours (2) of college credit
accepted on a space and rate availability basis are available from Ball State University if two full days are attended and assignments completed. Application for credit must be made at the time of registration by going to http://bsu.edu/physiology/smmrwrkshpreg/. The application deadline for college credit is September 15th. Casual business attire is the accepted apparel All questions regarding content requirements for during the conference activities. Meeting room college credit should be directed to Dr. Jeffery temperatures are diffi cult to control and are usually cool. We suggest that you bring a
Please note that the registration fee for conference sweater or light jacket.
attendance is separate from, and in addition to, the registration for the university course.
Fees will be determined by Ball State University.
MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 29
TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 30
8:00 am – 8:30 am Registration,
Exhibits 8:00 am – 8:30 am
Registration, Exhibits
& Continental
& Continental
Breakfast
Breakfast
8:30 am – 8:45 am
Greetings and
8:30 am – 4:00 pm
Introductions
TRACK I: (All day session)
8:45 am – 9:30 am
Keynote Speaker
Diabetes Management in the School Setting– 9:30 am – 10:30 am
General Session I
Presented by: Indiana Department of Education 10:30 am – 10:45 am Break
(Participants in this session limited to 60) 10:45 am – 11:30 am
General Session II
8:30 am – 4:00 pm
11:30 am – 1:00 pm
Lunch and Awards
TRACK II: (All day session)
1:00 pm – 2:30 pm
General Session III
This track will address the ever growing need to provide quality care for the special needs 2:30 pm -2:45 pm
2:45 pm – 4:00 pm
General Session IV
• Prenatal, perinatal and postnatal disorders Conference
or events that create special needs for the Evaluation
4:00 pm – 4:15 pm
• Providing quality nursing care for the 4:15 pm – 5:00 pm
Annual Meeting –
Indiana Association
of School Nurses

• Display stations for hands on experience with procedures and equipment needed for 5:30 pm – 8:30 pm
Evening Session –
Dr. Richard Feldman,
speaker and One Size

• An Update on the care of the student with Fits All Improvisation
including new technologies and treatments Dinner sponsored by
12:00 pm – 1:15 pm
Lunch and Speaker
Sanofi Pasteur
Conference
Evaluation

Exhibitors will be available during all
continental breakfast, lunch and breaks.
Poster Sessions will be available during all
continental breakfast, lunch and breaks.
Coordinated by: National Nursing Coalition for
School Health
MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 29
General Session for the entire day
School Nurse Leadership
The Top 10 Presenting Concerns in the
Donna Mazyck – President of the National School health offi ce – Interventions that
work:
Dr. Julie Novak will present relevant and helpful information that will assist the school nurse in her daily interactions with the health issues students Infection Control in the School
Environment:
Dr. Julie Novak – Professor and Director of Purdue Dr. Christopher Belcher will provide an update School of Nursing Clinics and DNP program; Chair, on MRSA, norovirus, strep infections, shigellosis and other common infections seen in school age National Nursing Coalition for School Health students and how best to manage the spread of Dr. Christopher Belcher – Pediatric Infectious Disease of Indiana, St. Vincent’s Hospital Use of technology in the health offi ce
and with school health services: school
health webpage, electronic charting,

websites, etc., to facilitate better parent
and staff and communication and health

Beyond the Walls of the Clinic: The
care documentation:
School Nurses role in Staff and Student
Education
:
Linda Steele and Mary Hess will share a wealth of technology information that is used by their Sue Henry will speak about HIV and sexuality corporation to facilitate up to date methods of education, hepatitis B requirements for staff, communication to school staff, parents and students.
universal precautions and an explanation of the laws that pertain, the role of the school nurse in Linda Steele, RN and Mary Hess, RN, BSN, NCSN– classroom instruction for growth and development, School Nurses, Fort Wayne Community Schools HIV/AIDS, nutrition, hygiene and other health topics Coordinator, School Health Services Consultant for Following General Session IV, the Indiana Association of School Nurses will hold the Annual meeting. All Sponsored by Mobile Dentists
Presentation of School Nurse of the Year Award and Pasta dinner bar including an update on teenage immunizations by Dr. Richard Feldman, St. Vincent Greetings from Phyllis Lewis, Indiana Department of Hospital, and entertainment provided by a wonderful improvisation group “One Size Fits All”. This group can take daily events in the life of a school nurse and bring great fun to their audience.
TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 30
Each Track meets for the entire day
TRACK II CONTINUED
Diabetes Management in the School Setting:
Perinatal and postnatal events that may create
special needs for the school age child
Sponsored by the Indiana Department of Education
This session will continue to explore the effects that This all day session will explore several areas perinatal and postnatal events such as prematurity, concerning the care of a student with diabetes. traumatic brain injury, shaken baby syndrome have in Topics that will be covered will include: creating special needs for the school age child, and the • Developing and understanding 504 Plans, importance of the school nurse in effecting success for Diabetes Medical Management Plans and Health Providing Quality Nursing Care to the Student
• Information and tools regarding the delegation of with Complex Health Care Needs while in the
School Setting

• In addition, participants will have an opportunity for hands on experience with insulin pumps, Lindsey Minchella and Ann Coller will present assessment meters, carbohydrate counting, hypoglycemia tools, nursing diagnoses, interventions and goals that will help you each work day to safely care for the special needs students under your care. This will also Limited to 60 Participants
include a review of common procedures used with Space in this session is limited to 60 people and will be the special needs students and ways to facilitate good fi lled on a fi rst come fi rst served basis with the return of the registration form. A ticket, which will be provided at the time of registration at the conference, will be required Ann Coller, RN, BSN – Special Education Nurses, Medical Equipment and Procedures Often
Needed to Care for Students with Special
Dr. Judith Monroe from the Indiana Department of Health will give an update on pertinent information Needs in the School Setting
Conference participants will peruse fi ve display stations that will allow hands on experience with g-tube feedings, tracheostomy care, baclofen pumps, and unique catheterization procedures.
Nan Howland, RN, BSN, CPN – St. Vincent’s Hospital Ever Growing Need to Provide Quality Care for
Special Needs Student:
An Update on the Care of the Student with
Prenatal disorders that create special needs for
Seizure Disorders in the School Setting
the school age child
Dr. Patel and Mary Herndon will review types of seizures Dr. Escobar will discuss the effect that genetic disorders, and then address the newer treatments such as rectal drugs and alcohol and metabolic disorders have in diazepam, nasal versed, vagal nerve stimulation and creating special needs for the school age child and the safety measures in the school setting.
importance of the school nurse in effecting success for Dr. Hema Patel and Mary Herndon – Riley Pediatric Dr. Luis F. Escobar – Neonatologist and Geneticist, St. The following sponsors have helped to make this conference possible and are gratefully thanked for their contributions: National Nursing Coalition for School Health The following exhibitors will be available during all continental breakfast, lunch and breaks.
Sponsored by: Indiana Association of School Nurses
St. Elizabeth/Coleman Pregnancy and Adoption Social Health Association of Indiana, Inc.
Please consider submitting a poster abstract for this conference. If selected, your poster will be displayed during registration, breaks, and lunch sessions. We encourage Indiana school nurses to present a poster on health education topics they fi nd useful. The abstract and poster should be organized in the following format: I. Background of the Problem/Project DescriptionII. Best Evidence/ Literature ReviewIII. Methods/Data CollectionIV. Results/Outcomes Please submit your poster abstract via email to Julie Novak at novakj@purdue.edu.
Registration for the conference will be in an on-line format. The link to the registration form can also be found on the Indiana Association of School Nurses website at INASN.org. Please follow the instructions given on the page to complete your registration process. Email confi rmation will be returned when the registration is complete. Registration fees include breakfast and lunch.
A $50 late fee will be charged for registration received after September 15, 2008. IASN will refund conference fees less a $25 processing fee until September 15, 2008. After September, 15, 2008 there will be no refunds. NO PURCHASE ORDERS ACCEPTED. Payment for the conference cannot be made online. PLEASE MAKE YOUR CHECKS PAYABLE TO THE INDIANA ASSOCIATION OF SCHOOL NURSES.
Indiana Association of School NursesPO Box 325Rushville, IN 46173 For questions regarding conference content contact: Carolyn Snyder at bcsnyder3842@sbcglobal.net For questions regarding the registration process contact: For questions regarding the payment process contact: In an effort to be environmentally conscious and better manage resources, IASN is introducing a semi paperless meeting. All speaker handouts that the speakers submit prior to the conference will be available online at the IASN web sight at www.inasn.org. Participants may download these handouts and bring them to the conference for reference if desired.

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