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Managing Asthma, Allergies, Diabetes, and Seizures in School, University of Colorado System

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Welcome to School Health specialization: Managing Asthma, Anaphylaxis, Food Allergies, Diabetes, and Seizures in School course. In this course, you will learn about these common medical issues students face and how to best support students who suffer from them. We will also take a holistic look at how we can best support overall student health. We will take a look at how the school nurse provides support to students and staff in each scenario and how to plan ahead in the event of an emergency. We will walk through the reasons that schools should promote student health and how we can support students that face these common medical conditions As part of the course, we will introduce two students to help all of this information come alive. Prepare yourself to learn about these common medical conditions. Let’s get started!...

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von MC

Apr 20, 2019

Great information!\n\nAlways better to know this and not need it, then not knowing it when we need it

von TG

Feb 10, 2019

Just one issue, the ways to monitor sign before seizures are not explained thoroughly.

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von Emong Micheal

May 04, 2019

Am very happy to undertake this special course. I have learnt much from it especially to handle basic health care and emergencies.

Thanks to coursera and the lead instructors. This is my second course taken following deafness in the 21 century.

von Ike chikamso victor

Apr 30, 2019

The instructors was educating and very instructional. The instructors were professional and delivered the lectures in a very simplistic method that anyone with interest in learning can learn and be fully engaged.

thank you university of colorado

von Miguel Sanchez Cardoso

Apr 20, 2019

Great information!

Always better to know this and not need it, then not knowing it when we need it

von Amr Gamal Hassane Farrag

Feb 27, 2019

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von Thayalani Narayanasamy Gomez

Feb 10, 2019

Just one issue, the ways to monitor sign before seizures are not explained thoroughly.