The school nurses program at Children's Health℠, in partnership with the Regional 10 Education Service Center, collaborates with school health providers through online and live educational opportunities in order to facilitate optimal health for children in the learning environment.
By fostering relationships with area school nurses, across more than nine counties in North Texas, the school health program at Children's has been able to offer multiple trainings, on a variety of health conditions. Nurses can earn Continuing Education credits by participating in the monthly webinar series titled, The Nurse Is In. Every month during the academic school year, a content expert presents information on a different topic related to school nursing. Click here to find out more information about these opportunities! In addition, Children’s Health has sponsored the Annual School Nurse Conference. This annual educational opportunity provides current trends in the school based setting.
In addition to the monthly online and annual conference, Children’s Health clinical specialty areas offer education and training for school nurses related to chronic management of health needs, emergency and specialty services. These trainings are offered at interval times throughout the year. Click here to see what is currently being offered.
Children’s Health℠ is committed to offering continuing education opportunities for pediatric healthcare professionals.
Children's Health℠ shares patient education materials on asthma, diabetes and more.
When a child’s life is interrupted by an illness or hospital stay, as well as when he returns home, it is important that the child continue with as many normal activities as possible, such as school.
Children's Health℠ is here to care for all aspects of your child and his/her health care needs, from well child exams and treatment of common illnesses like cold and flu, to treatment of chronic conditions such as asthma.
Contact Information for School Nurses
This contact can be used for assistance with clinical questions. The ChildRX staff can direct nurses to the appropriate clinician to answer inquiries. No personal or clinical information will be shared without a release of a parental consent.