School Nurse

School nurses still do it in schools!

David Regis. 2016. School nurses still do it in schools! Education and Health 34(1),21-22.  PDF

What do young people want from their school nursing service? A consultation to inform service development

Amy Booth. 2015. What do young people want from their school nursing service?  A consultation to inform service development. Education and Health 33(3),71-76.  PDF

 

Integrated working: School nursing in Suffolk

Barbara Richardson-Todd. 2013. Integrated working: School nursing in Suffolk. Education and Health 31(1),22-25. PDF

A Way Forward for School Nursing: The Jigsaw project.

Richardson-Todd,B 2005. A Way Forward for School Nursing: The Jigsaw project. One area in the UK decided to change the way in which school nurses and health visitors traditionally worked. They joined together in teams based on geographical boundaries around school pyramids, called community clusters. This project is called Jigsaw as each team member has a small piece in the bigger picture,. Education and Health 23(3),37-39. PDF

Drop-in clinics in secondary schools: school nurses

Allen,B 2004. Drop-in clinics in secondary schools: school nurses

My day as a school nurse,

Maunder,Y 2004. My day as a school nurse, . Education and Health 22(1),8-10. PDF

School nurses: sharing the health education workload

Watters,M 1999. School nurses: sharing the health education workload. Education and Health 16(5),71-75. PDF

School nurses are a soft touch for cuts: fighting the assumption that 'no evidence means no benefit'

Bagnall,P 1997. School nurses are a soft touch for cuts: fighting the assumption that 'no evidence means no benefit'. Education and Health 15(2),29-31. PDF

Teenage sexual health: Do school nurses hold the key?

Hunt,J 1996. Teenage sexual health: Do school nurses hold the key?. Education and Health 13(5),69-72. PDF

West Sussex school nurses teach the teachers: towards a better understanding of health-related issues

Simpson,A West,H 1994. West Sussex school nurses teach the teachers: towards a better understanding of health-related issues. Education and Health 12(2),25-27. PDF

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