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Tallies for 236 Nurses for County ___-Statewide for Year 2007
Nurses represented - u Adkins, Stacy u Alatorre, Jane u Allio, Janet u Alvarez, Joyce u Angelilli, Angela u Arnold, Julie u Azzaro, Lisa u Bailey, Michelle u Baker, Diana u Barber, Laura u Barker, Wendy u Bass, Jody u Bayer, Teresa u Bellotte, Pamela u Bennett, Laura u Bennett, Sarita u Berry, Candace u Berryman, Pamela u Bertram (Davis), Julie u Billick, Jamie u Bliss, Mary u Boggs, Kelli u Bonner, Connie u Bradshaw, Nancy u Brown, Tamara u Bumgarner, Vicki u Burdette, Brenda u Burnett, Kelli A. u Burns, Amanda u Campbell, Barbara M. u Cavender, Angela u Chandler, Brandy u Chapman, Sandra u Christian, Christie u Cipoletti, Carol u Clark, Sharon u Cogar, Sabrina u Cole, Jennifer u Collins, Cynthia u Conant, Erica u Cooper, Jane u Cooper, Joyce u Copley, Pamela S. u Cottrill, Cheryl u Covey, Deborah u Crane, Beverly u Crede, Rhonda u Crist, Kembra u Cronin, Sharon u Crowell, Lora B. u Daily, Ingrid u Damalas, Katherine u Dante, Rhonda u Davis, DeLynn M. u Davis, Julie u Derico, Debbie u DeCaria, Deborah u Dice, Pamela u Dingess, Helen u DiBacco, Kathy E. u Doss, Nancy u Duncan, Jayne u Eagle, Sherri u Emery, Paula u Evans, Teresa u Feeser, Cynthia u Ferguson, Beverly L. u Fine (Graves), Amanda u Fisher, Terri u Foster, Angela u Friel, Jenny u Gainer, Shirley u Gault, Kim u Gibson, Melinda A. u Goddard, Wendy u Goheen, Paulette u Gompers, Anne u Gonderman, Eileen u Gray, Carolyn u Greene, Janice u Griffith, Linda u Grimm, Ann Marie u Haddad, Susan u Haller, Sandra u Haney, Susan u Harforce, Virginia u Harper, Connie u Harper, Lana u Hart, Barbara u Hartney, Lisa u Haslebacher, Susan u Hatfield, Amanda u Heck, Carole u Hedrick, Judith u Henning, Myke u Henry, Kelly u Hewitt, Dawn u Hilerman, Debbie u Hill, Nancy u Hodges, Jana R. u Hoffman, Samantha u Hopkins, Angelia u Hosch, India u Howell, Cassandra u Hudgins, Sherri L. u Hudson, Judith u Hunt, Diana L. u Isaac, Brenda u Ishman, Jane u Johnson, Lauri u Jones, Roberta u Jordan, Sarah E. u Jorden, Jodie u Judge, Cassandra u Justiss, Marie u Kaplan, Deborah u Kearns, Melanie u King, Joanne u Kish, Trena u Koster, Denise u Krall, Elizabeth u Kuhn, Judith u Linton, Nancy u Lloyd, Kathleen u Long, Michaela u Lopez, Tina u Martin, Laura u Maynard, Alyssa u Maynard, Melanie L. u Mays, Patricia J. u McCoy, Paula u McCune, Judy u McCurdy, Sue u McLaughlin, Susan u McQuain, Johanna u Meadows, Amanda u Melody, Trina L. u Moore, Donna u Moore, Sherry u Moran, Pam u Morgan, Joyce u Morris-Walters, Carolyn u Napier, Kathleen u Nelson, Janet u Nestor, Marsha u Norton, Jennifer u Norton, Whitney u Nutter, Marcia u Nutter, Patricia u Parsons, Linda u Payne, Priscilla u Pepe, Mary u Peros, Sue u Perrow, Jane u Perry, Alice A. u Perry, Angel u Petry, Angela u Pettry, Cynthia u Phillips, Cathy u Pierson, Krista u Pivont, Dena u Poindexter, Donna u Powers, Linda u Quick, Hailey u Rehm, Melody A. u Renner, Lori u Riba, Judith A. u Richardson, Sharon u Riffe, Delberta u Rinard, Mary Jane u Rinehart, Evelyn u Ritchie, Michelle u Roberts, Elizabeth u Roop, Martha u Ruff, Dawn u Ryan, Teresa J. u Sammons, Lucretia (Ann) u Sands, Donna E. u Santrock, Susan u Savage, Tammy u Sayre, Libbyann u Scaggs, Kristi u Schramm, Elizabeth u Schultz, Carol u Scott, Rosemary u Scott, Vicki u Scyoc, Melissa u Sears, Sarah u See, Holly J. u Shepherd, Cathy E. u Shepler, Alisa J. u Shilot, Rebecca u Sites, Amanda u Skaggs, Heidi u Smith, Debra u Smith, Debra K. u Smith, Sherri u Soltesz, Melissa u Sparks, Janet u Sperry, Jody u Spickler, Marsha u Sprouse, Kimberly u Spurlock, Margaret u Starcher, Nancy u Stark, Cynthia u Stine, Deborah u Stover, Kristin u Straley, Carol u Tabit, Rhonda u Tabor, Wanda u Taylor, Anna-Neale u Taylor, Sally u Thornton, Betsy u Tornabene, Melissa u Torres, Ashley H. u Tuckwiller, Brenda u Verzich, Kathryn u Wadsworth, Donna u Walker, Dara u Walker, Lisa u Walker, Sherry u Webster, Maria K. u Weeks, Michelle D. u Wertman, Janice u Whitlock, Kathy u Wilkins, Tamitha u Williams, Kimberly D. u Williams, Sandy u Williams-Shenton, Jody u Willis, Kathy u Wilson, Sheryl u Wise, Rebecca M. u Withrow, Patricia u Wood, Heather u Woods, Charity u Wright, Peggi u Wysocki, Cathy u Yearout, Robin
Section I
This section seeks to obtain information regarding professional preparation, years of service and provision of school health services. Please complete the questions as indicated, using every means available to collect accurate, complete information.
1. Population served (number of students): Pre-K 12574
  Grades K-7 181784
  Grades 8-12 114940

2. Highest Degree Held
a. Diploma 2
b. Associate Degree 9
c. Bachelor's Degree in Nursing 147
d. Bachelor's Degree in field other than nursing 5
e. Master's Degree in Nursing 14
f. Master's Degree in field other than nursing 49
g. Doctorate 2
h. School Nurse Practitioner 0
i. Family Nurse Practitioner 4

3. Credentials Held
a. WV Certified School Nurse/Professional Service Certificate 169
b. Permanent Authorization 68
c. First Class Permit 33
d. Substitute Permit 6
e. ANA Certification 1
f. NASN Certification 8
g. None of the Above 2
h. Other 15

4. Please provide information regarding your employment status:
Employer: Board of Education 230 County Health Department 0

Status: Part-Time 7 Full-Time 224

5. Please indicate your years of experience in SCHOOL NURSING ONLY.
0-2 years 52
3-5 years 51
6-10 years 45
11-13 years 28
14+ years 55

6. Immediate supervisor(s) for school nurses for your area (check all letters that apply).
Medical Director 6
Superintendent 30
Principal 63
Special Education Director 46

7. Student screening data totals where you are responsible for supervision/coordination or performance of procedure (complete each column).
Screening Procedure Number of Students
Screened per Year
Number of Students
Referred for Evaluation/Follow-up
Blood Pressure 21974 1020
Dental 22301 3093
Height/Weight 26175 1737
BMI Body Mass Index 18614 2165
Hearing 24367 1618
Scoliosis 13922 524
Vision 69466 7601
Cholesterol 6307 597
Lice 66324 8290
Immunizations 87959 8323

8. Other student health services performed by you (completete each column).
Health Service Provided Number of Students
Provided Service per Year
Number of Students
Referred for Evaluation/Follow-up
First Aid/Injuries 164993 18431
Health Counseling (Individual) 53403 8026
Health Counseling (Group) 21003 977
Acute Care Health Problems (i.e. URI, ear infection, conjunctivitis, scabies, impetigo, ringworm, rashes) 158619 38475

9. Average number of miles traveled weekly by you.
Average Weekly Miles for (13412 Summed Average Miles / 236 Nurses) 56.8305084746

10. Number of schools you serve.
Schools Served 854

11. Number of health care plans written and/or revised by you.
Health Care Plans 18059

12. Number of consultations with staff, parents, physicians regarding health issues.
Consultations 100510

13. Total number of TB skin tests given by you.
TB Skin Tests 1983

14. Meetings attended by you.
Individualized Education Plan (IEP) 1836
Student Assistance Plan (SAP) 260
Student Assistance Team (SAT) 2142
504 Meetings 974
Other Meetings 5144

15. Total number of students per year for whom Medicaid is billed for specialized health care procedures performed by you.
Number of Students 787
Hours Spent on Medicaid Billing 1577

16. Total number of classroom instructional programs conducted by you.
Number of Classroom Instructional Programs 4115

17. Total number of health fairs conducted by you.
Number of Health Fairs - Students 1433
Number of Health Fairs - Staff 197

18. Total number of community programs presented by you.
Number of Community Programs 251

19. Total number of home visits regarding student health concerns conducted by you.
Number of Home Visits 795

20. County-wide Education or School Intervention Teams on which you participate (check all that apply).
Alcohol/Drugs/Substance Abuse 29
Crisis Intervention 61
Crisis Response 60
School Improvement Council 16
LSIC or UCIP 13
S.B.H. Center 18
Wellness 137
Nutrition 59
Disaster Preparedness 94
Other 57

21. Community Based Committees on which you participate (check all that apply).
Family Resource Network (FRN) 9
Red Cross 21
Disaster Preparedness 73
Other 45

22. Is your health data entered on WVEIS (check appropriate letter)?
Yes 208 No 23 No Answer 7

23. Who enters health data on WVEIS (check all that apply)?
Self 205 Other Staff 92

24. Number of immunization records checked by you. Please complete in table for Section I, question 7.

25. Number of hours spent training and supervising personnel who perform delegated student health care procedures.
Number of hours spent training and supervising 10211

26. Are you employed as a school nurse with a dual role such as education coordination, AIDS education coordination.
Yes 19 No 208 No Answer 11

27. School Personnel Screening - Staff Wellness - where you are responsible for supervision/coordination or performance of procedures.
Services Provided Number Screened Number
Referred for Evaluation/Follow-up
Blood Pressure 12600 1140
Cholesterol 2233 314
T.B. Testing 318 38
Health Counseling 9394 1847
Flu Shots 7486 60
Immunizations 1008 284

28. Number of staff development trainings and/or programs presented by you.
Number of trainings/programs 1663

 

Section II
Total Number of Cases Requiring School Nurse Involvement, Intervention, or Follow-Up

1. CARDIOVASCULAR/BLOOD DISORDERS PreKindergarten Kindergarten
to
4th Grade
5th Grade
to
8th Grade
9th Grade
to
12th Grade
Heart Problems 65 690 440 348
Hemophilia/Coagulation Disorders 12 83 68 55
Hepatitis 2 11 9 6
Hypertension 6 133 174 276
Immunosuppressed 13 64 46 32
Other Cardiovascular/Blood Disorders 23 141 127 66

2. CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM/NEUROLOGICAL PreKindergarten Kindergarten
to
4th Grade
5th Grade
to
8th Grade
9th Grade
to
12th Grade
Cerebral Palsy 53 181 130 144
Epilepsy/Seizures 138 758 580 573
Brain/Spinal Cord Trauma/Infection 12 50 49 52
Hydrocephalic/Microcephalic 19 68 50 35
Migraine/Severe Headache 7 460 1823 933
Other Central Nervous System/Neurological Disorders 24 91 82 63

3. DERMATOLOGICAL PreKindergarten Kindergarten
to
4th Grade
5th Grade
to
8th Grade
9th Grade
to
12th Grade
Severe Burns 2 11 22 15
Burns 1 84 53 121
Other Dermatological Disorders 83 786 519 236

4. ENDOCRINE PreKindergarten Kindergarten
to
4th Grade
5th Grade
to
8th Grade
9th Grade
to
12th Grade
Diabetes - Type I 9 189 261 313
Diabetes - Type II 0 19 57 102
Hypoglycemia not diagnosed as diabetic 6 95 135 196
Other Endocrine Disorders 9 65 69 103

5. EYE, EAR, NOSE, THROAT PreKindergarten Kindergarten
to
4th Grade
5th Grade
to
8th Grade
9th Grade
to
12th Grade
Artificial Eye 1 13 11 9
Other Eye, Ear, Nose, Throat 146 1407 845 507

6. GASTROINTESTINAL PreKindergarten Kindergarten
to
4th Grade
5th Grade
to
8th Grade
9th Grade
to
12th Grade
Eating Disorders (Anorexia/Bulimia) 0 20 70 119
Cleft Lip/Palate 11 39 27 14
Obesity (nurse or M.D. diagnosed) 75 1012 1093 1062
Ulcerative Colitis 2 18 27 44
Special diets (Medically Indicated) 132 1068 482 300
Other Gastrointenstinal Disorders 34 367 450 274

7. GENETIC PreKindergarten Kindergarten
to
4th Grade
5th Grade
to
8th Grade
9th Grade
to
12th Grade
Autism 170 412 233 207
Down's Syndrome 48 94 57 56
Tourette's Syndrome 9 47 83 75
Other Genetic Disorders 31 105 71 68

8. MUSCULOSKELETAL PreKindergarten Kindergarten
to
4th Grade
5th Grade
to
8th Grade
9th Grade
to
12th Grade
Juvenile Rheumatoid Arthritis 3 49 55 65
Congenital Hip 2 22 15 14
Lordosis, Kyphosis, Scoliosis 1 54 435 346
Muscular Dystrophy 1 29 15 17
Osteogenesis Imperfecta 1 14 15 7
Spina Bifida 8 47 40 36
Other Musculoskeletal Disorders 22 149 149 176

9. BEHAVIOR MEDICINE PreKindergarten Kindergarten
to
4th Grade
5th Grade
to
8th Grade
9th Grade
to
12th Grade
Mental Disorders (Diagnosed Depression, Bipolar, Schizophrenia, Suicidal) 10 408 663 946
Behavioral Disorders (ADD/ADHD-physician treated, Anxiety, OCD/ODD) 116 4011 3816 2283
Other Behavioral Disorders 36 179 209 198

10. REPRODUCTIVE PreKindergarten Kindergarten
to
4th Grade
5th Grade
to
8th Grade
9th Grade
to
12th Grade
Pregnancies 0 0 38 621
Other Reproductive Disorders 0 8 42 122

11. RESPIRATORY PreKindergarten Kindergarten
to
4th Grade
5th Grade
to
8th Grade
9th Grade
to
12th Grade
Asthma 338 6306 5216 3652
Bronchitis (Chronic) 14 153 165 93
Anaphylactic Reaction (actual/potential for) 69 1324 932 627
Cystic Fibrosis 2 29 20 23
Other Respiratory Disorders 48 395 408 132

12. UROLOGICAL PreKindergarten Kindergarten
to
4th Grade
5th Grade
to
8th Grade
9th Grade
to
12th Grade
Renal Disease including Nephritis or Nephrotic Syndrome 5 57 40 40
Neurogenic Bladder 4 33 32 16
Other Urological Disorders 16 280 155 118

13. CANCER PreKindergarten Kindergarten
to
4th Grade
5th Grade
to
8th Grade
9th Grade
to
12th Grade
Cancer-Malignant (Current Diagnosis / Need School Health Services) 4 34 16 14
Cancer-Nonmalignant (Current Diagnosis / Need for School Health Services) 0 4 8 5

 

Section III
Total Number of Students Needing Specialized Care/People Trained to Perform Delegated Procedures

1. DIGESTIVE: PreKindergarten Kindergarten
to
4th Grade
5th Grade
to
8th Grade
9th Grade
to
12th Grade
School
Personnel
Trained
Contracted
Licensed
Provider
Trained
Gastrostomy Tube Bolus Feeding 5 17 2 3 52 5
Gastrostomy Tube Slow Drip and/or Continuous Feeding 1 0 1 0 7 0
Gastrostomy Button Bolus Feeding 6 29 8 13 114 18
Gastrostomy Button Slow Drip and/or Continuous Feeding 0 6 3 2 39 2
Nasogastric Tube Bolus Feeding 0 0 0 0 0 1
Nasogastric Tube Slow Drip and/or Continuous Feeding 0 0 0 0 0 1
Inserting a Nasogastric Tube 0 0 0 0 0 1
Ostomy Care: Emptying/Changing of Ostomy Pouch 2 4 1 3 25 0

2. ENDOCRINE: PreKindergarten Kindergarten
to
4th Grade
5th Grade
to
8th Grade
9th Grade
to
12th Grade
School
Personnel
Trained
Contracted
Licensed
Provider
Trained
Diabetic Management 8 201 264 319 2271 73
Measurement of Blood Sugar with a Glucometer 8 198 258 300 1087 67
Insulin by Injection 4 111 126 131 102 61
Insulin Pump/Bolus 4 60 107 146 173 44
Glucagon 5 155 199 226 1040 62

3. MEDICATIONS: PreKindergarten Kindergarten
to
4th Grade
5th Grade
to
8th Grade
9th Grade
to
12th Grade
School
Personnel
Trained
Contracted
Licensed
Provider
Trained
Long-Term Medication Administration 76 1754 2382 512 1712 42
Emergency Medication Administration 104 1969 1316 561 1941 62

4. NEUROLOGICAL: PreKindergarten Kindergarten
to
4th Grade
5th Grade
to
8th Grade
9th Grade
to
12th Grade
School
Personnel
Trained
Contracted
Licensed
Provider
Trained
Administration of Rectal Diazepam 46 137 58 39 724 48
Phrenic Nerve Stimulator 0 0 3 0 18 1
Seizure Management 78 521 384 376 2563 65
Vagus Nerve Stimulator 0 3 12 13 140 9

5. RESPIRATORY: PreKindergarten Kindergarten
to
4th Grade
5th Grade
to
8th Grade
9th Grade
to
12th Grade
School
Personnel
Trained
Contracted
Licensed
Provider
Trained
Anaphylactic Reaction 51 879 641 367 3006 39
Epinephrine Auto-Injector (EPI-PEN) 53 821 507 300 2739 47
Inhalation Therapy by Machine 41 186 42 14 346 21
Manual Resuscitator 0 2 3 1 31 2
Mechanical Ventilator 0 0 2 1 6 0
Metered Dose Inhaler (MDI) Therapy 72 2618 2224 1244 1973 35
Oral Suctioning 2 6 3 2 21 12
Oxygen Administration 1 5 3 2 33 2
Peak Flow Meter 0 17 8 3 38 6
Postural Drainage and Percussion 0 3 2 2 12 2
Emergency Care and Cleaning of Tracheostomy Tube and Stoma 0 6 3 2 6 9
Emergency Replacement of Tracheostomy Tube 0 6 3 2 4 9
Tracheostomy Suctioning - Sterile Technique 0 6 3 3 8 9

6. URINARY: PreKindergarten Kindergarten
to
4th Grade
5th Grade
to
8th Grade
9th Grade
to
12th Grade
School
Personnel
Trained
Contracted
Licensed
Provider
Trained
Clean Catheterization 1 23 12 12 87 9
Self Catheterization 1 7 17 24 44 6
Sterile Catheterization 1 6 4 3 25 11
Credés Method 0 1 1 0 11 1