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Boston Children's Hospital, Department of Medicine Patient Services, is committed to increasing education in pediatric issues to community providers who care for them.
The following programs provide a comprehensive update of current trends and nursing/medical management of the pediatric population by Boston Children's Hospital specialists.
The RETELL for School Nurse's program was specifically designed to meet the Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education's RETELL licensure recertification requirements for all educators to receive training related to teaching English Language Learners, and in effective schooling for students with disabilities and instruction of students with diverse leaning styles. Price: $40 per course, videos will stay in your account until December 2017.
Before heading to the website please check out:
Frequently Asked Questions about the RETELL for School Nurses ONLINE Program and Information on PDP's and lastly observable learning product ideas
If you have further questions on converting Certificates of Attendance to PDPs, and bundling PDPs, please consult with the school department representative who reviews/approves your Individual Professional Development Plan.
Are you in compliance with Michael's Law? Do you have a response team' in the event of a crisis in your school? If not.....Crisis Resource Management (CRM) could be the answer! CRM is a standardized approach to a difficult task using five principles that give you a common language that can be applied to any crisis. Simulation provides Teamwork training for the early detection and management of crisis events.
*Module #2/3 are similar in that participants have an opportunity to actively engage in relevant scenarios designed to re-enforce communication, time management, critical thinking and leadership.
Download the program flyer and request form here. Please pass along to your administration.
For more information or to schedule your program: call Stephanie Porter, MSN, RN: 857-218-4333
Please take a moment to look over our Professional Development Program information here. If you are looking to hold a program with us next year we would love to start planning now!
*Please note: If you want the months of Sept/Oct, requests need to be into us by mid June.
The Community Education Initiative is offering a Wellness Program for School Nurses and Providers. This is an opportunity for renewal and to refresh your energies as a school nurse-for yourself and your students, colleagues and family!
We will provide an opportunity for you to learn new ways of incorporating balance in your life and the lives of others. Refresh your energy, renew your spirit, gain a new awareness and leave with a sense of relaxation. Come with an open heart and the intention to learn something new!
Where: Boston Children's Hospital @ Waltham; CRA or Deveber Conference Room.
Limited space (49 max) - register early!
Time: 4pm to 7pm
Cost: $65 per session (BCH Staff/SPN Members $35)
* topics subject to change (registration will open in January)
SPRING FLYER WITH REGISTRATION INFO HERE
For questions about programs, contact:
Stephanie Porter, MSN, RN
For questions about payment and registration, contact:
Fax: 617-730-0591 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
We are grateful to have been ranked #1 on U.S. News & World Report's list of the best children's hospitals in the nation for the third year in a row, an honor we could not have achieved without the patients and families who inspire us to do our very best for them. Thanks to you, Boston Children's is a place where we can write the greatest children's stories ever told.”