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					         Rachel Gallagher, RN, CPNP, NCSN
                  School Nurse Consultant
Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction
             Rachel.gallagher@dpi.wi.gov
                            (608) 266-8857
Emergency   in Schools

Emergency   Action Plan

Resources


Confidentiality
 Policiesand procedure for life-
  threatening illness and injury per
  Standard G
 CPR/AED Not required but recommended
 All School Activities
 Itis plan for management of a specific
  child potential emergency in the
  classroom setting.

 See   this do that - prescriptive

 Lay   man’s language and friendly

 Shouldalign with policies and
  procedure of the school district.
Emergency   Information Form
 (American College of Emergency
 Physicians and AAP):
 http://www.aap.org/advocacy/blan
 kform.pdf
 Childrenwith Diabetes (U.S. Department of
 Health and Human Services):
 http://www.childrenwithdiabetes.com/gifs/
 books/ndep2003.gif

         with Diabetes: Resources Guide for
 Children
 Wisconsin Schools and Families (Wisconsin
 Department of Health Services):
 http://www.dhs.wisconsin.gov/health/diabe
 tes/PDFs/srg13.pdf
        Action Plan (Epilepsy
 Seizure
 Foundation)
 http://www.epilepsyfoundationgla.o
 rg/public/File/Seizure_Action_Plan_
 v1.pdf

        Action Plan (?):
 Seizure
 http://www.asdk12.org/forms/uplo
 ads/Seizure_Action_Plan.pdf
 Asthma  Action Plan (American Lung
  Association):
  http://www.lungusa.org/atf/cf/%7B7A
  8D42C2-FCCA-4604-8ADE-
  7F5D5E762256%7D/AAP.PDF
 Asthma Action Plan (DPI/Chronic
  Disease/Asthma):
  http://www.dpi.wi.gov/sspw/schlnurs
  e.html
Food  Allergy Action Plan (Food
 Allergy Network):
 http://www.foodallergy.org/downloads/FAAP
 .pdf
 Chapter  118.125(2)(d) – “Pupil records
 shall be made available to persons
 employed by the school district which
 the pupil attends who are required to
 hold a license and other school district
 officials who have been determined by
 the school board to have legitimate
 educational interest, including safety
 interests in the pupil records.
 Emergency  list - List of students with
 potentially life-threatening conditions
 that could be shared with all school
 personnel in school.

 Flag   emergencies on Electronic Records

 Substitute   Teacher

       volunteers on fieldtrips – limit
 Parent
 information
A  14 year old, Danielle with Von Willebrand
  Disease is new H.S. student competing on the
  girl’s swim team. The students has passed
  the WIAA physical exam for swimming
  participation.
 History of swimming since the age of 8.
 Last year, qualified for state participation in
  the 12-14 years of age 100 m breast stroke.
 Danielle is on continuous birth control with
  no menses in the last 3 months.
 History    of two bleeds while swimming
   Right   knee bleed as result of fall on the pool
    deck
   Right wrist bleed as result of impact on hitting
    the pool wall at the end of a swimming event
 Mom  is a single parent and works full-time at
  Department of Transportation and part-time
  at Kohl’s Department Store.
 Medications
   desamino-8-arginine  vasopressin (DDAVP) daily
   Factor VIII as needed
 Release    of information -more info from M.D.

 M.D.   and parent authorization for treatment

 Parent   and student history

 Emergency     action plan

 Training   of coaching and teaching staff
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