The NIH/NAEPP, EPR-3 Revised Asthma Treatment Protocol for Schools

The NIH/NAEPP, EPR-3 has revised their asthma treatment protocol for school personnel (PDF: 198 KB/2 pgs) that include the option of epinephrine for life-threatening exacerbations of asthma in the school setting.  The specific details of this protocol were worked out by EPR-3 Panel members and the language is consistent with EPR-3.  It will be posted on the NAEPP website very soon.

Minnesota Guidelines for Medication Administration in Schools
September 2005

(Full version-PDF: 1.07MB/100 Pages)
(Brief version-PDF: 424KB/30 pages)

The Minnesota Guidelines for Medication Administration in Schools were created to increase the safe administration of medications to students in schools. Many children who have chronic and/or acute health conditions can attend school because of the effectiveness of their prescribed medications(s).

The Minnesota Guidelines for Medication Administration in Schools were developed collaboratively by the Minnesota Departments of Education, Health, and Human Services, the Minnesota Board of Nursing, and a statewide multidisciplinary work group.

The guidelines are intended for school districts, school boards, principals, health educators, school nurses and those they delegate to administer medications, parents, and students themselves.

Updated Thursday, 28-Feb-2013 10:14:46 CST