Minnesota Guidelines for Medication Administration in Schools - May 2005

(Updated: September 2005)

Maternal and Child Health Section graphic of an outline of a parent with a child in the middle of the outline of Minnesota.



Appendix J: References

American Academy of Pediatrics, American Public Health Association, & National Resource Center for Health and Safety in Child Care. (2002). Caring for our children. Elk Grove Village, IL: Author.

American Academy of Pediatrics, Committee on Pediatric Emergency Medicine. (1999). Emergency preparedness for children with special health care needs. Pediatrics 104, 53-58.

American College of Emergency Physicians. (1998). Emergency information form for children with special health care needs. Dallas, TX: Author.

Burnsville/Eagan/Savage School District #191, Office of Health Services. (2004). School/provider communication record, medication/treatment authorization form. Burnsville, MN: Author.

Colorado Department of Education, Exceptional Student Services Unit. (2003). Medication administration in the school setting: guidelines. Denver, CO: Author.

Commonwealth of Massachusetts, Executive Office of Health and Human Services, Department of Public Health, Bureau of Family and Community Health, School Health Unit. (1995). The comprehensive school health guide. Boston, MA: Author.

Edina Public Schools, Health Services. (2004). Administration of medication during the school day. Edina, MN: Author.

Health in Schools. (2003, June). The impact of FERPA and HIPAA on privacy protections for health information at school: Questions from readers. Health and Health Care in Schools: A Report on the Policies, Politics and Financing of Health Programming in Schools [On-line serial], 4(4). Available: http://www.healthinschools.org/ejournal/2003/privacy.htm

Illinois Department of Human Services & Illinois State Board of Education. (2000). Recommended guidelines for medication administration in schools. Quincy, IL. :Author.

Johnson, P. E. (Ed.). (2003). Medication use in schools, Florida edition. Tallahassee, FL: Florida Society of Health-System Pharmacists.

Joint Committee on National Health Education Standards. (1995). National health education standards: Achieving health literacy. Atlanta, GA: American Cancer Society.

Minnesota Bar Association. (2003). MSBA lawyer referral system, youth Minnesota legal connection. Minneapolis, MN: Author.

Minnesota Department of Administration, Information Policy Analysis Division. (2000). School district general record retention schedule. St. Paul, MN: Author.

Minnesota Department of Health. (2002). Report to the Minnesota Legislature: Medications dispensed in schools study. St. Paul, MN: Author.

Minnesota Department of Health. (2005). Medication administration in schools annotated bibliography. [On-line]. Available: /divs/fh/mch/schoolhealth/medadmin/annotated.html

National Association of School Nurses, Inc. (1993/1997/2003). Medication administration in the school setting. Position statement. [On-line], 1-3. Available: http://www.nasn.org/positions/medication.htm

National Association of School Nurses, Inc. (1994/1995/2002). Delegation. Position statement. [On-line], 1-4. Available: http://www.nasn.org/positions/delegation.htm

National Association of School Nurses, Inc. (2002). Role of the school nurse. Issue brief: School health nursing services role in health care. [On-line], 1-4. Available: http://www.nasn.org/briefs/2002briefrole.pdf

National Association of School Nurses, Inc. (2004). Delegation of care in the school setting. Issue brief: School health nursing services role in health care. [On-line], 1-5. Available: http://www.nasn.org/briefs/2004briefdelegation.pdf

National Council of State Boards of Nursing. (1997). Delegation resource folder. Chicago: Author.

National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute; National Asthma Education and Prevention Program; School Education Subcommittee; National School Boards Association; American School Health Association; Food Allergy and Anaphylaxis Network; American Diabetes Association; & Epilepsy Foundation of America. (2003). Students with chronic illnesses: Guidance for families, schools, and students. [On-line], 1-2. Available: http://www.nhlbi.nih.gov/health/public/lung/asthma/guidfam.pdf

Ohio Board of Nursing. (2001). Nursing standards & delegation: A guide to Ohio Board of Nursing rules. [On-line]. Available: http://www.nursing.ohio.gov/pdfs/stds.pdf

Healthy Community/School Based Services and Rochester Catholic Schools. (2004). Over-the-counter, medication authorization of administration of medication. Rochester, MN: Author.

Healthy Community/School Based Services and Rochester Catholic Schools. (2004). Prescription medication, physician order for medication and parent/guardian authorization form. Rochester, MN: Author.

Healthy Community/School Based Services and Rochester Catholic Schools. (2004). Self-administration of medication authorization. Rochester, MN: Author.

Schwab, N. (Ed.). (2001). Legal issues in school health services: A resource for school administrators, school attorneys, school nurses. North Branch, MN: Sunrise River Press.

U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. (2000). Healthy people 2010. Rockville, MD: Author.

Virginia Department of Education, Division of Instruction, Office of Special education and Student Services. (2000). Manual for training of public school employees in administration of medication. Richmond, VA: Author.

Washington Department of Public Instruction, Learning and Teaching Support. (2001, June 8). Medication administration in the schools, Bulletin No 34-01. Seattle, WA: Author.

Wheeler, L. (2004). Guidance for health care providers who prescribe life-saving medications for students with asthma or allergies to self-carry and administer at school. [On-line], 1-3. Available: http://www.nhlbi.nih.gov/health/prof/lung/

 

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