Ways & Means
District Web Sites/Pages
NASN Position Statements
**ANNOUNCEMENTS & HOT TOPICS **
Epinephrine Resourses School Nurses are available to assist with all issues regarding Epinephrine
in Schools. We can assist with sample policies, state and federal statutes, how to train staff to
use epinephrine, training resources, etc. We have access to a national network of ERSNs to ask
your questions and find resolutions to your problems. If you are experiencing barriers in providing
stock epinephrine we can assist with that as well. Basically, we are "one stop shopping" for any
questions or concerns regarding management of food allergies in the school setting. We are also
available to do presentations to help raise awareness of food allergy issues and the need (and safety) of
Fall 2014 MASN Newsletter
The MASN newsletter is another GREAT benefit of membership.
To View the Fall Newsletter -
A Message from the
MASN Membership Chair
to read the letter.
MASN Membership Application form
The MASN application for membership is now available on the
Free Epipen Program for School Nurses
Mylan Specialty L.P. is excited to announce the program is continuing, EpiPen4Schools™,
created to help schools have improved access to epinephrine in the event a person experiences
a life-threatening allergic reaction (anaphylaxis) at school. For a description and
information about this program, please CLICK HERE.
Check out the MASN Book List
on the Learning Library Page
Questions or Comments
Visit NASN's Online Learning Center
Take advantage of programs developed specifically for the school nurse. NASN members participate
at special member rates for a combined savings of $225.00!
Click here to visit NASN's Online Learning Center
2014 - 2015 Missouri State
Click here to view Immunization requirements
The Missouri Department of Health & Senior Services (MDHSS) has developed a Back to School campaign,
which includes a number of resources to assist parents/guardians in getting their child's immunizations prior to
school registration. They are available at no cost and can be ordered.
Click Here to go to MDHSS's website, or by calling 573-751-6124.
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