Flu Information for Schools
Schools are required to report influenza-like clusters or outbreaks to the local public health department or to DHHS. For more information on requirements for reporting diseases, visit Disease Reporting. School Absenteeism . Influenza often affects school-age children first.
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Behavioral Health Resources for Schools
(3 days ago) Health Resources for Schools is a compendium of selected behavioral health topics to assist educators and school staff working with these students. The Department of Health and Human Services and the Division of Behavioral Health works closely with schools across the state in providing services to students and
NESIIS Providers and Schools
(9 days ago) Provides schools with quick easy access to immunization records, even if the child received vaccines at more than one clinic. Provides a mechanism for tracking list of students needing immunizations. Advises when a student is “complete" for their school required immunizations.
School Immunization Reporting
(Just Now) In addition, schools or school districts are required to report information on student's immunization status annually by November 15th to the Nebraska Immunization Program. Immunization records must be maintained for all students, but information on the following three groups needs to be reported. Students entering school for the first time
Massage Therapy Establishments and Schools
(3 days ago) Massage therapy establishment and school licenses expire on November 1 of odd years. Please see the regulations for establishments and schools. Reinstatement. Establishments and schools cannot reinstate a license that has expired. Submission and approval of a new, complete application is required before the business may operate.
Novel Coronavirus: Schools and Child Care
(Just Now) Novel Coronavirus: Schools and Child Care Updated 3/18/20 What steps can schools and child care centers to help slow or stop the spread of novel . coronavirus? Steps to prevent spread of flu and the common cold will also help prevent coronavirus. Remember, schools are . not expected to screen students or staff to identify cases of COVID-19.
After a Suicide: A Toolkit for Schools
(6 days ago) Schools should provide students with appropriate opportunities to express their emotions and identify strategies for managing them, so that the school can return to its primary focus of education. Working with the Community. Because schools exist within the context of a larger community, it is important that in the
(7 days ago) 8/10/2021. 174 - Vital Records. These regulations govern the recording of vital events in Nebraska – births, deaths, marriages, divorces, fetal deaths, and induced abortions, including regulations on the filing, amendment, release, and viewing of vital records, and the release of information from vital records. 7/27/2020.
Novel Coronavirus: Schools Guidance
(9 days ago) Novel Coronavirus: Schools Guidance. Updated July 7, 2021. Purpose of Guidance: The purpose of this document is to provide guidance for schools in Nebraska. These recommendations are intended . for school staff and administrators responsible for …
(Just Now) School Based Services Initiatives. In October 2017, CMS launched a School-Based Service Affinity group. Nebraska was one of eight states chosen to be a part of this group. The group was started to work on initiatives specific to schools in each state. To meet one of this group's goals, they conducted a survey to analyze how schools access
Resources for School nurses
(5 days ago) Chapter 3 Non-nurse School Personnel Providing Health Care. Chapter 4 Infection Control and Precautions. Chapter 5 Emergency Response. Chapter 6 Early Childhood Programs Role and Responsibility of the School Nurse and Resources. Chapter 7 School Entry Requirements. CHAPTER 8 School Health Screenings. Chapter 9 Medication Administration.
History of Nebraska Institutions
(8 days ago) the schools for the deaf and blind was appointed. They continued supervising the institution until the Board of Control was established. The purpose of the school was to serve those chil'dren who were blind or so visually impaired that they could not …
Suicide Prevention for Youth, Schools and Families
(8 days ago) For Youth, Schools, & Families What You Need to Know Nebraska Resources. Nebraska Youth Suicide Prevention Project: Youthsuicideprevention.nebraska.edu. Nebraska State Suicide Prevention Coalition: Suicideprevention.nebraska.edu. r. Nebraska. Youth. r Suicide . Prevention. This brochure was developed under a grant number
School Health Handbook
(6 days ago) Managing Chronic Health Needs in Child Care and Schools (2010) by Elaine A. Donoghue, MD, FAAP and Colleen A. Kraft MD, FAAP, American Academy of Pediatrics Publisher Contact the Nebraska State School Nurse Consultant at 402 471-1373 for school health
Nebraska School Health Screening Frequently Asked
(1 days ago) Schools in Nebraska have been providing free health screening for students for over 100 years to ensure that students do not have a condition that could impair their ability to learn. What grade levels receive school health screenings? Students in pre-K, Kindergarten, and 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 7th, and 10th grades. Plus,
Oxygen (O2) Guidelines for Nebraska Schools
(8 days ago) Oxygen (O2) Guidelines for Nebraska Schools Purpose Oxygen administration in school is indicated to treat either acute or chronic hypoxia as prescribed for a specific student by a treatment procedure authorization from a licensed health care prescriber. The use of oxygen is increasing and is becoming the standard of care for some
Nebraska Education-Based Medicaid Administrative Claiming
(8 days ago) Contemporary schools are engaged in a variety of activities that would not traditionally be thought of as education. In carrying out the mission of meeting the educational needs of their students, schools find themselves delivering many different services to students that help ensure that students come to
Department of Health and Human Services Division of
(4 days ago) Health Resources for Schools is a compendium of selected behavioral health topics to assist educators and school staff working with these students. The Department of Health and Human Services and the Division of Behavioral Health works closely with schools across the state in providing services to students and
Certification and Verification
(1 days ago) Certification and Verification information can obtained online using our License Information System. To request a certification or verification of your license be sent directly to another state licensing agency, send a written request to our office (address is below) and include the following:. Your full name as it appears on your license
Pandemic Electronic Benefits Transfer (P-EBT) COVID-19
(9 days ago) A: Nebraska is utilizing the average number of school days for all Nebraska schools to determine monthly benefits. The benefits will be $116 per student for each eligible month for full-time (100%) remote learners and $62 per . student for each eligible month for hybrid-learning environments.
Introduction to School Health Screening
(7 days ago) Nebraska schools have a duty under state law to provide a quality health screening program to all students in attendance, including those who are absent on the screening day, arrive mid-year as transfers, and those with special health care needs. The school nurse or other assigned school personnel responsible
NEBRASKA DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN …
(9 days ago) care/preschool CPR training regulations: CPR in Schools, Mass CPR training, Heartsaver CPR, Healthcare Provider CPR, and BLS Instructor. Please remember CPR Training must be obtained from an instructor certified by one of the following agencies. Contact the agency of your choice for a class schedule.
(1 days ago) What you need to know. Page Content. (800) 383-4278. Refugees are individuals who fled persecution in their homelands. The Refugee Resettlement Program (RRP) helps newly arrived refugees and other eligible populations establish a new life and self-sufficiency following their arrival in the United States.
Teen Driver Safety Program being Implemented in Seven
(6 days ago) In Texas, schools that implemented Teens in the Driver Seat in their counties averaged a 14% crash reduction in teen drivers compared to counties that did not implement the program. For more information about the TDS program or to start one in a specific community, go to www.t-driver.com. or contact Jeanne Bietz at 402-471-0361.
CHAPTER 8 School Health Screenings
(1 days ago) Nebraska schools have a duty under state law to provide a quality health screening program to all students in attendance, including those who are absent on the screening day, arrive mid-year as transfers, and those with special health care needs. The school nurse or other assigned school personnel responsible for the school health screening
(9 days ago) Meeting number: 2494 944 7812. Join by phone: +1 (408) 418-9388. Please subscribe to this page for updates when future calls are scheduled. For notes and audio of past calls, see below. March 24, 2020 Call Notes. March 31, 2020 Call Notes. April 7, 2020 Call Audio.
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(8 days ago) The Emergency Guidelines for Schools Manual is meant to provide recommended procedures for school staff that have little or no medical/nursing training to use when the school nurse is not available. It is recommended that staff who are in a position to provide first-aid to students complete an approved first-aid and CPR course.
Guidelines for School Health Services in Nebraska
(2 days ago) in Schools, Athletics, and Child Care Reviewed by Laura Cunningham, DNP, APRN, FNP-BC Introduction: Community-Acquired MRSA Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) is a devastating infection caused by a strain of staph that has become resistant to antibiotics normally used to treat ordinary infections.
Chapter 2: The Role of the Professional School Nurse
(5 days ago) Anywhere, Nebraska Public Schools Sample School Nurse Job Description General Description: The primary function of the school nurse is to strengthen the educational process through improvement and maintenance of the health status of students. The school nurse participates in school-wide health and safety planning and promotion. The
A Brief Summary of Medication Administration in the School
(2 days ago) o Schools are responsible for safeguards to ensure that students are not misidentified when receiving medication. ght . Ri. Medication ght . Ri. Time - may give 30 minutes before or after scheduled time ght . Ri. Dose ght . Ri. Route – Oral, Topical, Inhaled, Instilled. 8. Provide medications according to the specialty needs of the recipient.
DHHS Gives Schools, Child Cares Good News for School Year
(3 days ago) schools and child care programs, which have paid the distribution costs in the past. The funds were received from the U.S. Dept. of Agriculture’s Food and Nutrition Service to pay for distribution costs associated with programs such as the National School Lunch Program, Child and Adult Care Food Program and the Summer Food Service Program.
State Partners with Omaha Public Schools to Support a
(5 days ago) OMAHA, Neb. – The Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) has announced a partnership with Omaha Public Schools, supporting the largest school district in Nebraska as they return to in-person learning. The partnership allows for regular testing of OPS staff, through Test Nebraska, in an effort to support the district's focus
Chapter 7 School Entry Requirements
(2 days ago) 43-2007. Schools; exempt school; duties. (1) Upon notification by the patrol of a missing person, any school in which the missing person is currently or was previously enrolled shall flag the school records of such person in such school's possession. The school shall report immediately any
CDC and FDA Expand Eligibility for COVID-19 Booster Shots
(2 days ago) CONTACT Olga Dack, Office of Communications, 402-840-0711, [email protected] Hospital Capacity and Respiratory Illness Dashboard Updates Advisory. Lincoln – On Friday, November 19, 2021, Center of Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) expanded recommendations for booster shots of the COVID-19 vaccine in populations …
(7 days ago) Dental Hygienists can apply for the following expanded functions to be added to their dental hygiene license after completing an education course for each expanded scope function: Interim Therapeutic Restorations. Write Prescriptions for Mouth Rinses and Fluoride Products. Monitor, Administration and Titrate Nitrous Oxide.
COVID-19 Vaccine Information
(9 days ago) Finish Strong Nebraska is the state's official COVID-19 vaccination campaign and supports the state's efforts to end the uncertainty surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic in order to return to normal.. You can also register for the COVID-19 vaccine from the Finish Strong page.
DHHS Announces Stabilization Grant Opportunities for Child
(4 days ago) The Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS), in collaboration with Deloitte Consulting, LLP, has developed a user-friendly, online Stabilization Grant application that launched on October 25, 2021. DHHS is pleased to announce that providers now have access to a toll-free contact center where questions about the application can be addressed.
School Nurse Workforce Assessment 2020-2021
(Just Now) types of schools, with the majority of those nurses (90/161) serving students in preschool, elementary school, middle school, and high school. Nurses who work at one type of school only: 91. Preschool only: 1. Elementary only: 45. Middle school only: 22. High school only: 23. Nurses who work at multiple types of schools: 161. Preschool and