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India D. Rose; Catherine A. Lesesne; Jing Sun; Michelle M. Johns; Xiaodong Zhang; Marci Hertz – Journal of School Nursing, 2024
School connectedness is an important factor in the lives of youth and are a leverage point for optimizing youth's social, emotional, and physical health. This study presents a meta-analysis examining the relationship between school connectedness and four health domains that are prevalent in adolescence, have implications for adult health, and…
Descriptors: Correlation, Student School Relationship, Risk, Health Behavior
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Monique Reed; Isabella Castillo; Benjamin W. Georgia; Hannah L. Glass; Dallas Ryan; Heide R. Cygan – Journal of School Nursing, 2024
Education is associated with improved health outcomes. However, fewer non-Hispanic Black Americans earn high school diplomas, baccalaureate, or advanced degrees than White Americans, placing them at higher risk for poor health outcomes. Racial disparities in education have been linked to social injustice and structural racism. Through the…
Descriptors: College Readiness, High School Students, African American Students, School Nurses
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Michelle L. Nighswander; Patricia A. Blair – Journal of School Nursing, 2024
Children with disabilities or specialized healthcare needs were legally excluded from U.S. public education for decades, but in the last 45 years, they have gained tremendous ground in receiving comparable educational opportunities as their non-disabled peers. The purpose of this article is to provide a historical review of the educational laws…
Descriptors: Students with Disabilities, School Law, Public Education, Inclusion
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Suzanne M. Ackers; Alison M. Colbert; Hannah E. Fraley; James B. Schreiber – Journal of School Nursing, 2024
Child sexual abuse (CSA) is a pervasive public health problem. If left undetected, CSA can result in immediate and long-term health problems, which can be mitigated through early identification. Schools are an ideal environment to implement screening measures, and school nurses (SN) are uniquely poised to intervene and respond early. The aim of…
Descriptors: School Nurses, Children, Sexual Abuse, Screening Tests
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Maya J. S. Bastian; Lindsay N. Rohlik – Journal of School Nursing, 2024
Youth who identify as transgender or gender non-conforming (TGNC) are at greater risk than their peers for mental health concerns. School staff knowledge and training on supporting the mental health of these students may have a significant effect on this population. To better understand where school staff are provided such training, we conducted a…
Descriptors: High Schools, School Personnel, LGBTQ People, Sexual Identity
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Eman Bajamal; Ebtsam Aly Abou Hashish; Lorraine B. Robbins – Journal of School Nursing, 2024
Although enjoyment has been linked to participation in physical activity (PA), a thorough analysis of the concept is lacking. Health-related behavior research emphasizes the necessity of focusing on individual psychological requirements, such as enjoyment in PA, to boost children and adolescents' motivation for PA. The current paper is a report on…
Descriptors: Children, Adolescents, Physical Activities, Psychological Patterns
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Kimberly McNally; Amira Roess; Ali Weinstein; Lisa Lindley; Robin Wallin – Journal of School Nursing, 2024
Understanding the school nurse's experience in human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine promotion can reduce vaccine disparities. HPV vaccination is critical to cancer prevention. Despite the importance of the school nurse in vaccine promotion, there is a lack of understanding. This article aims to examine the knowledge, attitude, experience, and role…
Descriptors: School Nurses, Role, Immunization Programs, Cancer
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A. Skarbek; P. Endsley; M. S. Chrisman; M. Hastert; C. Stellwagen – Journal of School Nursing, 2024
Modern wellness is a concept that has been discussed in the literature since the 1960's. To better understand wellness complexities in a school setting, a concept analysis was conducted using a modified version of Walker and Avant's method incorporating the nursing paradigm in the implications. A literature review was conducted and except for…
Descriptors: Wellness, Educational Environment, Health, Well Being
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Mayumi A. Willgerodt; Kristin Griffith – Journal of School Nursing, 2024
The purpose of this study was to examine associations between caseload, social determinants, health needs, students meeting grade-level English and Math standards, and attendance. Data from the Washington State Open Data Portal and Report Card were combined with District Health Assessment data from 264 school districts. Analyses of variance and…
Descriptors: School Nurses, School Health Services, Caseworker Approach, Academic Achievement
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Heide R. Cygan; Rachael D. Dombrowski; E. Whitney G. Moore; Jamie Tully; Kimberly Kin; Elizabeth Hansen – Journal of School Nursing, 2024
Data on school health policy implementation are limited due to the absence of a validated measurement tool. The purpose of this study was to create and pilot a school health policy implementation survey. A modified, four-round Delphi process was used to achieve consensus on content and format of the survey. The final 76-item survey was piloted in…
Descriptors: School Health Services, School Policy, School Nurses, Program Implementation
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Chia-Kuei Lee; Li-Ling Liao – Journal of School Nursing, 2024
Most people start experimenting with and/or initiating health-compromising behaviors and establishing behavioral patterns during adolescence. Possible selves and episodic future thinking have been used to foster behavioral changes. In this study, we aimed to: (1) develop a program incorporating possible selves and episodic future thinking to…
Descriptors: Feasibility Studies, Intervention, Prevention, Health Behavior
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Magdalena Mattebo; Maria Gottvall; Maria Grandahl – Journal of School Nursing, 2024
The present qualitative study is a part of the process evaluation of a complex intervention, the randomized controlled trial, "Prevention of human papillomavirus (HPV) in a school-based setting." We aimed to explore participating school nurses' perceptions and experiences of delivering the educational HPV intervention to adolescents aged…
Descriptors: School Nurses, Intervention, Prevention, Sexually Transmitted Diseases
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Kasey Jordan; Heather Harris; KellyAnn Reese; Carter Broderick; Adam Jordan – Journal of School Nursing, 2024
Continuing education (CE) can help school nurses achieve the unique competencies required for the challenges of an academic health setting. A comprehensive understanding of school nurse learning needs is necessary to guide CE development. The purpose of this study was to describe school nurse perceptions of their learning needs according to the…
Descriptors: School Nurses, Continuing Education, Educational Needs, Nursing Education
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Lorraine M. Smith; Lindsey Boehm; Lyndsey V. Strang; Chelsea DeMarre; Diane Marcyjanik – Journal of School Nursing, 2024
There is a public health epidemic in adolescents' use of Electronic Nicotine Delivery Systems (ENDSs), also known as electronic cigarettes, vaping products, or JUULs. However, little is known about the level of knowledge school staff have about ENDS. The purpose of this study is to examine outcomes of a nurse-led educational intervention designed…
Descriptors: Smoking, Health Education, Health Behavior, Prevention
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Amanda LaMonica-Weier; Margaret Perlia Bavis – Journal of School Nursing, 2024
School-Based Health Centers (SBHCs) often serve vulnerable populations who have been exposed to adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) which have been tied to an increase in adult health risk factors. At an urban SBHC serving adolescent students, 75% of patients reported three or more ACEs. This SBHC also had multiple practitioner students. A…
Descriptors: School Health Services, Urban Schools, High School Students, Clinics
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