Seizure Training for School Nurses
Seizure Training For School Nurses: Caring For Students
Seizure Training for School Nurses: Caring for Students is a program designed to provide the school nurse with information, strategies, and resources that will enable him/her to better manage the student with seizures by supporting positive treatment outcomes, maximizing educational and developmental opportunities, and ensuring a safe and supportive environment. The program consists of seven modules to assist the school nurse in learning to effectively manage seizures in a school environment.
Find more courses for school nurses including:
- Identify 2 of the most common seizure types in students with epilepsy, potential triggers, and risk factors for seizures and emergencies.
- Identify 3 ways in which treatment of epilepsy may affect a student’s health, safety or learning.
- Apply 2 strategies to alleviate psychosocial challenges relating to epilepsy for students, parents, and school personnel.
- List 3 first aid steps in helping a student during and after a seizure.
- Create a Seizure Action Plan for a student with epilepsy using safe practices for medication administration and delegation.
Course Length - 2.75 hours
How Can School Nurses Access This Training?
Two Options: On-Demand or Live Training
- On-Demand (online) course (most popular)
- Available 24/7. Take at your convenience!
- Length - 2.75 hours
- Certificate available upon completion of the program
- Continuing nursing education credits available
- In-person and/or live webinars are available from your local Epilepsy Foundation
Retaking A Course For Annual Compliance Training
Several school districts have required their personnel to take seizure recognition and first-aid response training on an annual basis. If you need to retake a course to meet annual training compliance, please take the new Seizure Training for School Nurses course available on-demand. We also encourage you to take other courses available on-demand for school nurses which are available via the Epilepsy Foundation Learning Portal.
Course Contact Information
- Email email@example.com with any questions regarding this course material.
The Epilepsy Foundation is committed to providing resources that are accessible to people of all abilities.
For questions about accessibility or to request accommodations in order to fully participate in this activity, please contact the Programs and Services Team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Requests should be made as soon as possible but at least two weeks prior to the scheduled meeting. You will be contacted by someone from our staff to discuss your specific needs.
This program is supported by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) as part of a financial assistance award under cooperative agreement number NU58DP006256-02-00, CFDA 93.850, funded by CDC/HHS. The contents are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily represent the official views of, nor an endorsement, by CDC/HHS, or the U.S. Government.
Are continuing education units available?
Continuing education units are available for both online on-demand and approved live instructor-led trainings.
This nursing continuing professional development activity was approved by the American Association of Neuroscience Nurses, an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation.
Accreditation Period: March 31, 2022 to March 30, 2024
Total number of nursing contact hours awarded for this educational activity: 2.75
Continuing Education Instructions
A certificate of completion is awarded to a participant who successfully completes the requirements for this training. The certification of completion includes information nurses need to report nursing contact hours to their state board of nursing or another state-related agency.
For technical support contact, please contact:
Online Course Support Team
Business hours: 9am to 5pm EST
Monday to Friday (Excluding US holidays)
For additional information or questions, please contact the Epilepsy Foundation Public Health and Education Team: email@example.com
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