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Innovative approaches for building “town and gown” relationships between practicing school nurses, community partners, and universities/colleges are presented through exemplars relating to research, education, policy, and practice. The exemplars demonstrate the critical factors of successful partnerships as validated by their outcomes.
Introduction/Overview Description of the Issue Assessment Observations in Context: Children with Serious Emotional or Behavioral Problems Linkages with Behavioral/Psychiatric Profile Goodness of Fit Evidence-based Implications for Practice Models of Treatment Case Exemplar Summary Recommended Resources References
Delegation of nursing procedures and medication in school is fraught with legal and ethical concerns for the school nurse. Because nurses may be responsible for coordinating care for several school buildings, delegation of nursing care and medication administration has occurred out of necessity. Nurse Practice Acts in some states, but not all, allo...
This study examined the presence of family adversity and family dysfunction in 32 families who had children diagnosed with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) compared with 23 families with similar sociodemographic characteristics whose children did not have ADHD. A descriptive comparative design was used to investigate family adversity...
Despite receiving increased professional and public awareness since the initial American Speech Language Hearing Association (ASHA) statement defining Auditory Processing Disorders (APDs) in 1993 and the subsequent ASHA statement (2005), many misconceptions remain regarding APDs in school-age children among health and academic professionals. While...
This study examined empirical and theoretical differences and similarities between attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and child temperament in 32 ADHD children aged 6–11 years, and a comparison group of 23 children with similar sociodemographic characteristics. Children were assessed for ADHD symptoms (hyperactivity, impulsivity, and i...
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Typescript. Thesis (Ph. D.)--New York University, School of Education, 2004. Includes bibliographical references (leaves 89-102).