Annual Bloodborne Pathogens Update for School Nurses

Workshop Code
1193
Location
Resource Training & Solutions
137 23rd Street S
Sartell, MN 56377
Date & Time
Registration Deadline: Friday January 26th, 2018

Thursday February 1st, 2018 from 8:30am - 1:30pm (Registration starts at 8:00am)

Cost
Non-Member $135.00 | Member Pricing $110.00
Description
Objective for Bloodborne Pathogens Update Linda Malvin, R.N., COHN-S
Following the training, the participant will be able to define:
  1. OSHA Regulations (1910.1030) 
  2. Epidemiology and Symptoms of Bloodborne diseases
  3. Mode of Transmission of Bloodborne diseases
  4. Exposure Control Plan
  5. Appropriate methods of recognizing tasks and other activities that may involve exposure to blood or other potentially infectious material.
  6. Review of methods that will prevent or reduce exposure
  7. Selection and use of PPE
  8. Actions to take and people to contact in an emergency involving blood or OPIM
  9. Procedures to follow if exposure occurs
  10. Information regarding facility provided post exposure evaluation and follow up
  11. Medical consultation and treatment.
Objective for A Square Peg in a Round Hole Mary J Linn, Licensed Pyschologist
Participants in this workshop will gain a better understanding of:
  1. DSM 5/ ICD10 Diagnosis criteria for children with Attention Deficit Disorder: What is ADHD anyway?
  2. Comorbid disorders: There are higher incidences of certain other mental health disorders that may be present with a child with ADHD
  3. Missed Diagnosis: it may look like ADHD but it may be something else….
  4. Interventions: Thoughts on … organization, high energy, distractibility, lack of follow through, time management, lack of insight regarding how their emotions and behaviors influence others, as well as how ADHD can influence their self-esteem; and sometimes parents who have ADHD have children with ADHD…
  • Medication interventions: There are a number of different medications that are used to help children with ADHD
  • Non medication interventions for School Nurses: Medication only goes so far or may not be used at all…what to do then including using PRIDE skills.
  • Remembering the child has ADHD not ADHD has the child. Children need to have an adult care giver available when the child is in distress. Sometimes the adult needs to put on the oxygen mask! The importance of the care giver-child relationship.
This workshop will be hands on information and strategies presented in an informal manner, to increase skills and awareness for nurses in the school setting support children with ADHD.
About the Presenter
Linda Malvin, R.N., COHN-S
(Registered nurse, Certified Occupational Health Nurse Specialist.)
Thirty five+ years experience in Occupational Health. Director of Occupational Health department at the St. Cloud Medical Group for 24 years. Retired in 2013. Now consulting and working with educational programs.


Mary J. Linn, LP
(Licensed Psychologist)
Has 30 years of experience working with children and their families with various mental health disorders. In addition to her training as a community psychologist she received additional trainings in working with Early Child Mental Health with children for 0-5; which she uses as a base for working with children of all ages as well as adults.  Over the years she has gained experience providing services in a variety of settings including In-Home, Day Treatment, School Linked Mental Health Programs, and in an Office setting. She is a consultant to professionals and a presenter in the community. She invites you to come join her to refresh some information you may know, learn new information, and have the opportunity to reflect on the important work you do.

 
Notes
A $25.00 membership discount will be applied at the time of checkout when the member district is selected.
If you have any questions or concerns please contact Josh Baumann at 320-255-3236 or by email at jbaumann@resourcetraining.com

A continental breakfast and lunch will be provided.
Cancellation Policy
Cancellations and Refunds: Cancellations requested with more than 5 business days prior to the start date of the class will receive a full refund of the registration fee. 50% of the registration fee will be refunded for cancellations requested within 3 - 5 business days. Refunds will not be issued for No Shows or cancellations made within 2 business days of the start of the class. Resource Training & Solutions reserves the right to postpone, reschedule or cancel the class at any time. In the unlikely event a class does not take place, a full refund will be issued or the registration fee may be transferred to another class.