Todays Nurse - Meeting the Needs of a Diverse Community 4/8/2014
If you are a WPU student please register HERE
This symposium is primarily being offered for school nurses. This course will help participants recognize how culture impacts the health needs of the community, understand the important role nurses play in preventive health, encourage nurses to further their education and develop the skills and confidence necessary to assess the school-aged child. This is also an opportunity to receive information about the School Nurse Certification Program at William Paterson University. The workshops sessions include: The Ever Changing Community, The School Nurse: Heart of the Community, Pediatric Assessment and Hands-on use of Equipment Otoscope, Stethoscope, etc.
All nurses will receive 4 Continuing Education Credits.
Location : 1600 Valley Rd, G019 (cafeteria)
Joanna Hayden, PhD, CHES, Professor, William Paterson University
Gloria Boseman, PhD, RN, MSN, Professor, New Jersey City University
Janice Loschiavo, MA, RN, CSN-NJ, Adjunct Instructor, William Paterson University
Marian Heenehan, MSN, RN, Pediatric Nurse Educator, St. Joseph’s Children’s Hospital
Mary Ellen Bolton, MA, RN, CSN-NJ, Adjunct Instructor, William Paterson University
Mary Ellen Miller, MA, RN, CSN-NJ, Adjunct Instructor, William Paterson University
For more information please CLICK HERE.
Dates : 04/08/14
Days : Tues
From : 4:00pm - 8:00pm
Fee : $ 30.00
Course Number : S003
Class is full at this time please call 973-720-2354 to be placed on a waiting list