JJSHLP Newsletter

Winter 2015

Attention Fellows!


You may have heard, or even read an email about, but now it is time to act! Start your year off by spending some time expanding your knowledge taking the following two courses:


  • Wellness for School Nurse Leaders and Blurred Lines
  • Understanding Sexuality for School Nurse Leaders


The continuing education offerings are now available on the NASN e-course website for FREE to Johnson & Johnson School Health Leadership Fellows.


To participate click the link below, and use the following password: JJX5


We hope you find the content useful!


Best,

Laura

Learn about one of our sponsors

New Jersey Health Initiatives (NJHI) is a statewide grantmaking program of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. The NJHI program office is located on the Camden campus of Rutgers University. This program office is funded through a grant to the Rutgers Institute of Health, Health Care Policy and Aging Research.


NJHI’s mission mirrors that of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation — to improve the health and health care of all Americans. NJHI does this by striving to build a Culture of Health right here in New Jersey, the Foundation’s home state, that will enable all to live longer, healthier lives now and for generations to come.

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Updates from our Fellow network

Fellow update from 2000 cohort

I am a School Health Fellow 2000, and working in Livingston School District as a school nurse. I finished my PhD in Medical and Health Science from Seton Hall University last Summer (2014). My dissertation topic is Perceived Organizational Support, Self-efficacy, and Job Satisfaction among school nurses.


Pao-Chu Tseng

School Nurse

Fellow Doreen Crowe from Massachusetts cohort quoted in article about Opiod forum

Michelle Wilmouth, Ohio Public Health Nurse of the Year

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NASN poster abstracts now being accepted!

Now is the time to submit for poster abstract for the NASN conference this summer in Indianapolis. Not sure where to start? Check out the poster guidelines below, as well as a sample poster from the Elko, Nevada Team (2014 Cohort).


From the NASN website:

"Electronic posters are visual displays on a selected topic. Posters provide an opportunity for discussion and stimulating interest and should pertain to research, school nursing practice, leadership/legal or critical issues of school nursing or health promotion. Think of your poster as an advertisement to get someone interested in your topic."

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Free online journal access

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