MERT: Train the Trainer and Safe and Legal Support of Students with Health and Medication Needs: Train the Trainer
State School Nurse Consultant, Evilia Jankowski and MASN President Terri Czerwinski
This event offers
12.0 contact hours
Accredited by Hurley Medical Center.
December 16, 2020 MERT: Train the Trainer will provide all the resources you need to train a MERT (Medical Emergency Response Team) in each of your schools. Recieve information to communicate that MERT is required in schools and will allow you to work toward the MIHEARTSafe Schools Designation.
December 17, 2020 Safe and Legal Support of Students with Health and Medication Needs in School: Train the Trainer will equip you with all of the tools needed to train Designated School Personnel in your buildings to admininster medications according to what is best practice and within the law.
School Nurse Winter Institute
Wednesday, December 16, 2020
Evilia Jankowski, MSA, BSN,RN State School Nurse Consultant
6.0 CE Credits
Receive tools needed to train and effective Medical Emergency Response Team (MERT) in each of your schools.
Role of the School Nurse
Laws That Affect School Health
State School Health Policy Database
The Needs of Students
Data collection for Asthma, Allergy and Diabetes demographics
Building the Case
Planning your Training(s)
Introduction to MERT
MERT Team Training
Planning a Drill
Thursday, December 17, 2020
Terri Czerwinski, MSN, RN President, Michigan Association of School Nurses Evilia Jankowski, MSA, BSN, RN State School Nurse Consultant
6.0 CE Credits
Receive information for training Designation School Personnel to administer medication in schools.
Roles and Responsibilities
Policy and Guidelines
Handling and Storage
Purpose, Side Effects, and Allergic Reactions
Drug Classifications and Common Medications
Medication Rights, Strategies, and Triple Check
Routes and Procedures, Including Rescue Medications