Managing Chronic Conditions: Minnesota School Nursing Toolkit

Below are resources and research on:

 

Children with Special Health Care Needs

Quick Links
In Minnesota
  • Children with Special Health Care Needs Not Available (Minnesota School Health Guide is presently being revised)

Find research to:

Learn about individualized healthcare plans Learn about individualized health care plans (PubMed Search)
Learn about individualized healthcare plans Manage students with special health care needs (PubMed Search)
Learn about individualized healthcare plans Plan care plans for students with rare genetic disorders (OMIM : Online Mendalian Inheritance in Man)
Type the name of the genetic disorder in the search box; OMIM's results include clinical features and additional references

 

Asthma

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In Minnesota

Find research to:

Learn about individualized healthcare plans Improve the care of asthma in schools (PubMed Search)
Learn about individualized healthcare plans Learn about inhalers in schools (PubMed Search)

 

Medication Administration

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In Minnesota

Find research to:

Learn about individualized healthcare plans Learn about medication administration in schools (PubMed Search)

 

Site Key
Learn about individualized healthcare plans Find a link to research on a school health or school nursing topic. Most of these links are to journal literature searches in the PubMed database provided by the National Library of Medicine. Check back often to see new articles!
Quick Links Links to national resources on school health topics, including National Association of School Nurses (NASN) Issue Briefs and Position Statements
In Minnesota Links to Minnesota-specific resources on school health topics
NASN Issue Briefs "An informational report (inclusive of NASN's position and rationale, as pertinent) about a school nurse or health issue impacting children and/or schools."
NASN Position Statements "Expressions of the opinions, beliefs, or official positions taken by the organization on issues related to health or to school nursing. Summarizing historical, political, or scientific aspects of an issue and serves as official viewpoint that can be shared with others."