Giving Careers Education
School Nurse Webcast: Skin Bugs

Skin bugs: they pop up everywhere and spread easily, particularly in the school setting, but what do those red bumps really indicate? The purpose of this 1.00 hour webcast presentation is to enhance the knowledge of the school nurse in the area of common skin disorders as seen in the school age child, by addressing symptoms and treatment options in an effort to improve health care outcome.

  1. Define common skin disorders among school-age children (i.e. impetigo, scabies, ringworm, and fifth disease).
  2. Discuss the presenting signs and symptoms of common skin disorders among the school-age child.
  3. Discuss treatment options for common skin disorders among school age children.
Additional Information:
Audience: School Nurses
Duration: 1.00 hour(s)
$0.00 Each
There are currently no scheduled events. Please contact Education at 682-885-4170.
Accreditation Statement(s):
Cook Children's Medical Center is an approved provider of continuing nursing education by the Texas Nurses Association, an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Center's Commission on Accreditation (ANCC).

This activity provides 1.00 contact hours.  You must attend the activity in its entirety and complete and return the evaluation tool.

ANCC has a toll free number (1-866-262-9730) you can call to report any bias, conflicts of interest, concerns, compliments, or opinions related to this activity, or to share insight on the overall process.