School nurses invited to attend conference on health and medical emergencies

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School nurses are coordially invited to attend this conference on health and medical emergencies organised by Thesis Education Group.

A student’s health is directly related to the ability to learn,and children with unmet health needs may struggle to learn effectively. The school nurse addresses the physical, mental,emotional, and social needs of students and supports their achievement in the learning process.

 

There are unique challenges you face in your changing role as today’s school nurse and health services coordinator. To stay current you need to be prepared for the unexpected. Therefore, we invite you to join other seasoned school nurses at this year’s conference.

Worth

You will learn practical new strategies to keep students safe while in your care. Get the latest information so you can respond with confidence during the increasingly common school medical emergency. Develop your capacity to lead good health practice in your school.

You will leave the sessions refreshed and renewed professionally and personally. Your effectiveness will be increased as the first responder in your school to medical emergencies and champion of best practice in school health management.

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The conference is scheduled to hold to hold as follows:

Theme

Global Best and Current Practices in School Health and Medical Emergencies

Date

Tuesday, 20th- Wednesday, 21st February, 2018

Venue

Lagos State University Teaching Hospital (LASUTH) Ikeja, Lagos.

Target

School Nurses, Matron, Nursing Assistants etc

Organisers

 

 

Further Information

For seat reservation and more information about the conference, please call Bosun on 08161636930

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