Wednesday, 2 October 2013
2012-13 Annual Report submitted on October 1, 2013
Friday, 28 September 2012
House Bill 2693, 2009
Monday, 8 October 2012
Access to the Oregon Health Screening Record Form 581-3417
The School Nurse web pages offer information which provides various health resources to Oregon students, parents of students, and school staff. For more information on these or other health-related subjects, see contacts below.
Resources for Crisis and Trauma Response
This page contains resources for adults, parents, teachers and students dealing with a traumatic event.
Asthma - Document for Students with Special Health Care Needs
04/06/2012 (178.23 KB)
Students with special health care needs - asthma - regulations, overview, guidance, & resources
Bed Bugs (Cimex lectularius) resources
This link connects you to the Oregon State University-maintained ‘ Integrated Pest Management in Schools’ website.
Blood Pressure Screening
03/19/2012 (228.62 KB)
Blood pressure measurement is an indicator of heart function.
05/29/2014 (557.73 KB)
This document discusses the presence of communicable diseases in the school setting - August, 2012.
04/06/2012 (213.30 KB)
Administration of Insulin Injections to Students
Q & A regarding school staff administering insulin to students.
Training Protocol for Emergency Glucagon Providers
Protocol used for training in schools and places of employment for emergency glucagon providers.
FERPA/HIPAA Applicability to Health Care in Schools
12/04/2008 (960.59 KB)
Memo from the Oregon Attorney General's Office on how HIPPA/FERPA affects school-based health centers and school nurses.
12/04/2008 (262.31 KB)
Frequently asked questions on the sharing of information by school nurses and school-based health centers.
Guide for Obtaining Appropriate Assessments and Support for School Health Services
04/04/2012 (210.66 KB)
A guide of specialists generally acknowledged in the school community to have the highest level of professional preparation and experience to address school-based health issues by functional category.
04/03/2012 (188.58 KB)
Each school district establishes policies and procedures which specify what health information is requested and how the information is utilized and managed.
03/19/2012 (367.81 KB)
Hearing screenings promote identification of hearing deficiencies in order to provide early intervention to prevent or minimize effects on educational progress.
Height and Weight Screening
04/06/2012 (213.98 KB)
Height and weight measurements are one component of a physical examination that may help identify significant health problems.
HB 3000 Vision Screening Report
11/26/2013 (198.03 KB)
Resources for Administering Vision Screening in Oregon Schools per House Bill 3000. (December 2013)
House Bill 2693
09/28/2012 (402.78 KB)
Nurses in schools and students with certain medical impairments report.
03/20/2012 (198.95 KB)
The purpose of these laws and rules is to implement the immunization requirements for schools.
Injectable Medication Administration
05/01/2012 (268.17 KB)
OHA Epinephrine Training Protocol
Epinephrine training materials including powerpoint presentations.
Medically Fragile Data Report
Report on Medically Fragile Data
03/07/2013 (204.57 KB)
Regulations address the responsibility of school personnel for administering prescription medications scheduled to be given during school hours or nonprescription medications that are necessary for the child to remain in school.
Links to information on this bacterial infection in the school setting.
04/06/2012 (251.20 KB)
Guidance on spinal screening if conducted by schools.
School-Based Health Centers
05/01/2012 (158.13 KB)
School-Based Helath Centers provide a variety of health services for students.
School Health Screening Record
12/14/2011 (157.86 KB)
School document used to record student health information.
School Nurse Report
09/28/2012 (71.50 KB)
2011-2012 school nurse data from the districts.
School Nurses Task Force
Findings and recommendations regarding future directions for Oregon school health delivery.
04/06/2012 (262.31 KB)
Management of students with severe allergies must be conducted 24 hours a day, and certainly will include the hours which the student spends in school.
05/01/2012 (268.93 KB)
Guidance and resources for school districts.
Vision Screening Pilot Project
Result of pilot program, mandated by the 2009 Oregon Legislature, to measure children's vision.
Student Services - School Health Specialist
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