Sunrise River Press has set the standard for school nurses concerning the formulation of IHPs designed to fit unique student health issues.
This new book continues this tradition with a fresh new format and a comprehensive list of conditions. Included are 18 concept and special issue chapters that make this an invaluable resource for any school nurse.
Accompanying this ground-breaking work is an easy-to-use, interactive software program that aids in the development and creation of individualized healthcare plans. Automatically creates care plans that include 1) nursing diagnosis language; 2) interventions; 3) outcomes; and 4) a column to add individualized assessment data. Concept chapters include the coverage of evidence based nursing practice; standardized nursing language; HIPPA, FERPA and privacy; special education, using IHPs with 504 plans and the reimbursement process, responding to students needs in times of crisis, wellness promotion, etc. Special student issues include chronic health conditions, psychosocial aspects of students with chronic health conditions, medically fragile students, immigrants and refugees, homeless students, and chromosomal abnormalities.
In addition to 18 special issue and concept chapters, it includes 57 IHPs covering abuse & neglect, ADHD, anaphylaxis, anxiety, asthma, autism spectrum disorder, bipolar, brain injury, brain & spinal cord tumors, burns, cancer, cardiovascular disease, celiac disease, cerebral palsy, depression/ suicide, Down syndrome, Duchenne muscular dystrophy, eating disorders, encopresis, Fragile X, GERD, hearing deficit, hemophilia, viral hepatitis, HIV/ AIDs, immune thrombocytopenic purpura, immunodeficiency disorders, mono, IBD, latex allergy, Lyme disease, Marfan syndrome, medically fragile children, metachromatic leukodystrophy, migraines, mitochondrial disorders, neurofibromatosis, neurology/ seizures, organ transplant, osteogenesis imperfecta, PTSD, Prader-Willi, pregnancy, prenatal alcohol & drug exposure, Rett syndrome, school phobia, scoliosis, Sickle Cell disease, skin disorders, spina bifida, spinal cord injury, substance abuse, systemic lupus, Tourette's syndrome, tuberculosis, and vision deficits.