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Rogers F. 1998. Taking good care of you: Training workshops. Pittsburgh, PA: Family Communications, 2 videotapes (VHS, 1/2 inch), 2 manuals, ca 50 pp each.
Family Communications 4802 Fifth Avenue Pittsburgh, PA 15213 Telephone: (412) 687-2990Fax: (412) 687-1226Website: http://www.fci.org/$150.00 plus $8.95 shipping and handling.
Telephone: (412) 687-2990Fax: (412) 687-1226Website: http://www.fci.org/$150.00 plus $8.95 shipping and handling.
In the first of this two-part set of videotapes, Mister Rogers shows his young viewers what to expect from a doctor visit and a dental visit. He also teaches children how to stay healthy by getting their immunizations and washing their hands. In the second videotape, Mister Rogers shows his young viewers how to stay healthy and safe by wearing helmets and eating well. He takes children through an ambulance and an emergency department to help them understand what happens in an emergency.
Keywords: Videotapes, Audiovisual materials, Children, Physical examinations, Health services, Dental care, Oral health, Immunization, Handwashing, Helmets, Safety equipment, Child nutrition, Nutrition education, Ambulances, Emergency medical services for children
South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control. 2006. Oral injury prevention and emergency care training. [Columbia, SC]: South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control, 25 pp.
South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control 2600 Bull Street Columbia, SC 29201 Telephone: (803) 898-3432Fax: (803) 898-3323E-mail: form on Web siteWebsite: http://www.scdhec.govAvailable from the website. Document Number: CR-006705.
Telephone: (803) 898-3432Fax: (803) 898-3323E-mail: form on Web siteWebsite: http://www.scdhec.govAvailable from the website. Document Number: CR-006705.
This teaching guide provides child care educators with knowledge and skills to prevent oral injuries as well as to respond to oral injuries that do occur. Sections include topic areas, time estimate for proposed training, training description and benefits, a list of materials needed, content and instruction plan, instructor introduction, training development resources and references, and methods of training evaluation. The content and instructional plan section outlines: (1) oral injury prevention, (2) responding to a dental injury, and (3) steps in implementing prevention and response in the child care environment. Slides with comments and handouts are provided with examples of situations which may need injury prevention or emergency care.
Keywords: Oral health, Dental care, Child care, Injury prevention, Emergency medical services for children, Young children, Preschool children, Training materials, First aid
Ohio Department of Health, School and Adolescent Health, School Nursing Program. 2007. Emergency guidelines for schools (3rd ed.). Columbus, OH: School Nursing Program, School and Adolescent Health, Ohio Department of Health, 128 pp.
American Academy of Pediatrics, Council on School Health 141 Northwest Point Boulevard Elk Grove Village, IL 60007 Telephone: (847) 434-4000E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.orgWebsite: http://www2.aap.org/sections/schoolhealthAvailable from the website.
Telephone: (847) 434-4000E-mail: email@example.comWebsite: http://www2.aap.org/sections/schoolhealthAvailable from the website.
These guidelines present best practice recommendations for providing emergency care to students in Ohio schools. The guidelines are meant to serve as basic what-to-do-in-an-emergency information for school staff without nursing or medical training or when the school nurse is not available. Sections include how to use the emergency guidelines, when to call emergency medical services, emergency procedures for injury or illness, student injury report form guidelines, planning for students with special health care needs, infection control, and school-safety planning and emergency preparedness. Color-coded flow charts detail procedures for many emergency situations such as injury or illness, school safety, sheltering in place, and hazardous materials. Guidelines are provided for a "to-go" bag containing vital student, staff, and building information; records; emergency procedures; critical health information and first aid supplies; and communication equipment. [Funded by the Maternal and Child Health Bureau]
Keywords: School safety, School injuries, Emergency medical services for children, First aid, Disaster planning, Model programs, Guidelines, Policy development, Resources for professionals, Oral health, Children
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