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Guo, Jia-Wen; Keeshin, Brooks R.; Conway, Mike; Chapman, Wendy W.; Sward, Katherine A. – Journal of School Nursing, 2022
School nurses are the most accessible health care providers for many young people including adolescents and young adults. Early identification of depression results in improved outcomes, but little information is available comprehensively describing depressive symptoms specific to this population. The aim of this study was to develop a taxonomy of…
Descriptors: Depression (Psychology), Symptoms (Individual Disorders), Mental Health, Adolescents
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Kindi, Zainab Al; McCabe, Catherine; McCann, Margaret – Journal of School Nursing, 2022
Given the leading role school nurses occupy within the school setting, they are often the most suited health care professionals to lead asthma programs. However, most school-based asthma programs have been conducted by researchers outside the school setting. Thus, we aim to determine what is currently known about the type of school nurse-led…
Descriptors: School Nurses, Role, Diseases, Child Health
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An, Ruopeng; Li, Danyi; Cole, Marjorie; Park, Katherine; Lyon, Aaron R.; White, Neil H. – Journal of School Nursing, 2022
Diabetes management at school demands close collaboration of multiple stakeholders, including students with diabetes and parents, school nurses, teachers/staff, and local health care providers. This scoping review identified and synthesized evidence concerning factors that contributed to the quality and effectiveness of diabetes care…
Descriptors: Diabetes, Self Management, Elementary Secondary Education, Intervention
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Kaskoun, Jeannine; McCabe, Ellen – Journal of School Nursing, 2022
Mental health disorders in school-aged children are on the rise. The need for mental health care is well recognized, and the provision of this care in schools is recommended. An integrative review explored how school nurses view their role in addressing students' mental health. Fourteen articles were identified, eleven using a qualitative design…
Descriptors: School Nurses, Attitudes, Mental Disorders, Child Health
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Alcántara Porcuna, Vanesa; Rodríguez-Martín, Beatriz – Journal of School Nursing, 2022
The aim of this meta-ethnographic study was to analyze parents' and teachers' perceptions of barriers and facilitators to physical activity in children. Facilitators were the benefits of physical activity, modeling, participation, children's preferences, and factors supporting active transport. Barriers were quantifying the physical activity,…
Descriptors: Parent Attitudes, Teacher Attitudes, Barriers, Physical Activity Level
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Doiron, Megan L.; Peck, Jessica L. – Journal of School Nursing, 2022
Registered professional and advanced practice nurses in the school setting, as a specialized practice entity, are leaders in implementation of evidence-based practice, skilled coordinators of care, advocates for students, and experts in designing systems assisting individuals and communities to reach full potential. Child trafficking (CT) is an…
Descriptors: School Nurses, Role, Child Abuse, Crime
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Grunin, Laura; Malone, Susan – Journal of School Nursing, 2022
The bioethical concept of "best interest standard" is cited in courts across America and considered to be an effective method of managing pediatric health care decision-making. Although the "best interest standard" is referred to in an abundance of nursing, medical, legal, and bioethical literature, refinement and a clear…
Descriptors: Ethics, Pediatrics, Decision Making, Biology
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Lowe, Ashley A.; Gerald, Joe K.; Clemens, Conrad; Gaither, Cherie; Gerald, Lynn B. – Journal of School Nursing, 2022
Schools often provide medication management to children at school, yet, most U.S. schools lack a full-time, licensed nurse. Schools rely heavily on unlicensed assistive personnel (UAP) to perform such tasks. This systematic review examined medication management among K-12 school nurses. Keyword searches in three databases were performed. We…
Descriptors: Drug Therapy, School Nurses, School Personnel, Role
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Slas, Emma; Nguyen, Yen; McIltrot, Kimberly – Journal of School Nursing, 2022
School-based asthma programs have been proven to lessen the burden of pediatric asthma. There is a lack of successful care coordination between school nurses and primary care providers. This review examined strategies to increase communication and identified gaps in the literature. Databases, including PubMed, Cumulative Index to Nursing and…
Descriptors: School Nurses, Role, Diseases, Child Health
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Joung, Kyoung Hwa; Chung, Sung Suk – Journal of School Nursing, 2022
This study aimed to compare related factors of depressive symptoms among multicultural adolescents in South Korea. Cross-sectional data were collected from 1,325 students studying in ninth grade (mean age: 14.97 ± 0.36 years) who had one Korean parent and one foreign-born parent. The score of depressive symptoms among girls (1.777 ± 0.550) was…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Adolescents, Family (Sociological Unit), Depression (Psychology)
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Wilt, Lori – Journal of School Nursing, 2022
Adolescents with type 1 diabetes (TID) and their parents depend on school nurses to keep students safe in school. Parent satisfaction with T1D care is impacted by school factors including school nurse presence. The purpose of this study was to determine the relationships among parental satisfaction with diabetes care in school, parental report of…
Descriptors: Adolescents, Diabetes, School Nurses, Parent Attitudes
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Helleve, Arnfinn; Midthassel, Unni Vere; Federici, Roger Andre – Journal of School Nursing, 2022
In Norway, new national guidelines for school service emphasize the importance of establishing structured collaboration with schools. Nevertheless, few studies have explored the characteristics of such collaboration. The purpose of the present study is to explore how principals, teachers, and school nurses collaborate and to identify barriers and…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, School Nurses, Principals, Administrator Attitudes
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Kim, Ji-Su; Seo, Yeji – Journal of School Nursing, 2022
The purpose of the study is to identify the relationships between allergic disease, suicidal ideation, and plans among Korean adolescents. Additionally, we examined the mediating role of short sleep duration. We analyzed nationally representative cross-sectional data from the 12th to 14th Korea Youth Risk Behavior Web-Based Survey; the final…
Descriptors: Diseases, Sleep, Suicide, Mental Health
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Gibson-Young, Linda; Waldrop, Julee; Lindahl, Brenda; Buckner, Ellen – Journal of School Nursing, 2022
Asthma is the most common chronic condition in children under 18. In Alabama, 11% of children report a diagnosis of asthma compared to the United States with 9.5%. Childhood asthma is the leading cause of school absenteeism due to a chronic disease, and Alabama children with asthma miss approximately 10 days of school each year for uncontrolled…
Descriptors: School Nurses, Chronic Illness, Diseases, Attendance
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Ngabirano, Tom D.; Saftner, Melissa A.; McMorris, Barbara J. – Journal of School Nursing, 2022
Adolescents in rural Uganda face unique opportunities and challenges to their health. The primary goal of this exploratory cross-sectional survey study was to describe the health behaviors of adolescents of age 13-19 living in four Ugandan fishing communities as a foundation for developing programs to reduce risky health behaviors and HIV/AIDS…
Descriptors: Rural Areas, Health Behavior, Case Studies, Program Development
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