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A Sky full of Stars: Shining on the Past, Present, and Future Missouri School Nurses

Missouri Association of School Nurses Spring Conference 2015 Hosted by Southwest District

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8:00 AM Continental Breakfast
Hilton Branson Convention Center Hotel – Bee Creek Room

Hilton Branson Convention Center Hotel – Boston Ferry Room


6:30 PM – 8:00 PM Early Registration for Annual Conference
Branson Convention Center – Registration Area will be set-up outside Taneycomo B Ballroom

6:30 PM – 9:00 PM Hospitality Room – Dessert Bar – ALL REGISTERED ATTENDEES ARE WELCOME!
Branson Convention Center – Roark Room

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7:00 AM        Registration
Branson Convention Center – Registration Area will be set-up outside Taneycomo B Ballroom


7:00 AM         Deluxe Continental Breakfast –
Branson Convention Center – Taneycomo B Ballroom

7:45 AM           Welcome –
Branson Convention Center – Taneycomo B Ballroom

8:15 AM  GENERAL SESSION –  Branson Convention Center – Taneycomo B Ballroom
How to Get the Most Out of Yourself and More Out of Others
*Identify strengths and weaknesses through personality self-assessments.
*Demonstrate communication strategies to enhance productivity and self-awareness.

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9:15 AM – 9:45 AM Visit Vendors
Branson Convention Center – TANEYCOMO A BALLROOM     

Branson Convention Center – Taneycomo B Ballroom
This is your body on drugs.
*Identify observable signs and symptoms of different types of drugs in the human body.

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11:00 AM – 11:30 AM Visit Vendors
Branson Convention Center – TANEYCOMO A BALLROOM 

Special Guest Appearance – Lucas Grabeel with Eric and Autumn Baines
Branson Convention Center – Taneycomo B Ballroom                 

1:00 PM – 1:30 PM Visit Vendors
Branson Convention Center – TANEYCOMO A BALLROOM    



1:30 PM – 2:30 PM 

A.     Suspected Student Impairment:  Assessment and Interview – Shawn Clawson
*Evaluate what drugs may be present through the utilization of physical evaluation tests.

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B.     “My tummy hurts…” Psychiatric Diagnostic Challenges in the School Nurse’s Office – Kyle John, MD
*Analyze clinical presentations of children and adolescents with common psychiatric illnesses and make appropriate referrals for follow-up care.
*Construct an appropriate differential diagnosis for children presenting in the school nurse’s office with common psychiatric illnesses.

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C.     EPIMELIA & PHOBEO. It’s All Greek To Me. What You Need to Know About Concussion Management – Jim Raynor
*Identify the signs, symptoms, and risks associated with concussion.
*Identify critical components of a concussion management program clinically and administratively.

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D.    Name that rash… – Missy Penkalski, DNP, MSN, RN, CPNP-PC, AE-C Pediatric Nurse Practitioner, Certified Asthma Educator
*Identify common pediatric diseases and discuss patient care.
*Recognize common pediatric rashes and appropriate management.

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E.    Connecting Schools and Community Agencies to Support Student Mental Health Needs – Rhonda Mammen and Susie Henderson
*Define school-based mental health services and discuss the impact of services on the student’s learning and development.
*Evaluate the school’s need for school-based mental health services and research opportunities for creating partnerships within the community.

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F.    Shot@Life – Why Vaccines Still Matter – Laura Waters, MD
*Explain the importance of herd immunity.
*Advocate the importance of vaccinations to students and families.

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G.   CANCELLED – This session has been cancelled due to low registrations. Materials still available to print for references.
Supporting Students with Epilepsy – Allison Brewer, Epilepsy Foundation of MO and KS
*Build a comprehensive support plan for students with epilepsy.
*Advocate for more comprehensive educational support for students with epilepsy.

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Visit Vendors
Branson Convention Center – TANEYCOMO A BALLROOM 

2:45 PM – 3:45 PM  

A.    The Numbers Game:  Current Trends in Diabetes Management – Charlotte Roberds, BSN, RN, NCSN, Diabetes Educator
*Identify and utilize key numbers associated with diabetes management.
*Prioritize and develop a plan to provide successful management of diabetes in the school setting.
*Discuss current and future diabetes resources, including new and promising equipment.

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B.     Having Difficult Conversations – Mark Gideon (Repeated in Concurrent Session III B)
*Define the components of difficult conversations.
*Construct strategies to deal with difficult conversational situations.

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C.     The Circle of Influence Promoting Seasonal Influenza Vaccine to a Herd of Elementary Students – Nichole Bobo, MSN, RN
*Explain the role elementary students play in providing herd immunity against seasonal influenza in their school community.
*Apply one new strategy to promote the uptake of seasonal influenza vaccine among elementary students to school nursing practice.

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D.     Does Wellness Work? – Jeff Rogers
*Construct wellness initiatives for school district.
*Identify internal and external sources to support wellness initiatives.

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E.     Identifying and Solving Food Insecurity – Bart Brown, Jordan Browning, Abbey Hedges, Ozarks Food Harvest
*Define and identify food insecurity and its implications; discuss resources that provide solutions to hunger.
*Advocate for partnerships with food banks and community-based resources to solve the hunger issue.

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F.     Are you ok? Are you ok? Triage Training/Disaster Preparedness – Jean Grabeel, M.Ed., RN, NCSN, FNASN
*Describe basic principles, methods and steps used in performing triage in the school setting.
*Describe the importance of disaster planning and practice prior to a school mass casualty event.

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Visit Vendors
Branson Convention Center – TANEYCOMO A BALLROOM

4:00 PM – 5:00 PM

 A.    Step Up Be Counted! Show Me the Data! – Marjorie Cole, MSN, RN, FASHA
*Articulate the purpose of Step Up Be Counted! joint initiative.
*Describe the preliminary results of the Missouri data.

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B.     Having Difficult Conversations – Mark Gideon (Repeat of Concurrent Session II B)
*Define the components of difficult conversations.
*Construct strategies to deal with difficult conversational situations.

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C.    When Teachers and Textbooks are not enough:  At-Risk Teens – Tammy Holley, BSN, RN, NCSN
*Identify barriers to education many students face.
*Identify and utilize school and community resources to remove barriers to health and education.

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D.    Farm to Table:  The Road to Good Health – Hannah Garrad and Becky Morgan
*Explain how to gather and identify an effective farm to school team.
*Discuss strategies for procurement of locally grown foods to be utilized within school meals.

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E.    Bringing Oral Health Care to School:  Community Partners Working Together With School Staff to Address Students’ Unmet Needs
Mindy Munoz, RMC of the Ozarks, Tooth Truck Program Director
*Distinguish unmet needs of students and opportunities to connect with community partners to meet those needs.
*Identify specific steps to ensuring implementation of these community supported programs.

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F.    School Asthma Check-Up – Does it Work, Will it Pay?
Ben Francisco, PhD

*Evaluate evidence that “Teaming Up for Asthma Care” is effective and cost-effective.
*Describe recent CMS policy changes that open the door for reimbursement for preventative (asthma) services delivered during in the school setting.

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8:30 AM Breakfast Buffet
Branson Convention Center – Taneycomo B Ballroom  

Branson Convention Center – Taneycomo B Ballroom

10:00 AM General Session
Branson Convention Center – Taneycomo B Ballroom
Making Happiness a Way of Life
*Describe the components that make for a happy life.
*Adopt strategies to create happiness in everyday life.

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11:00 AM   Door Prizes/ Wrap-up/Evaluations
Branson Convention Center – Taneycomo B Ballroom 



We reserve the right to substitute speakers in case of emergency or cancellation.

The conference has been generously supported by a donation of $2000 from the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services, Bureau of Community Health & Wellness. Thank you for your generous sponsorship.

Wi-Fi available in hotel room only.

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Cox College Interprofessional Simulation & Education Center is an approved provider of continuing nursing education by the Midwest Multistate Division, an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation.

6.25 Contact Hours

For questions regarding educational credit please contact Jodi Page, BSN, RN, Enterprise Educator at 417-269-4120 or via email at jodi.page@coxcollege.edu.

Accreditation approval only refers to this educational activity and does not imply endorsement of any commercial products by CoxHealth or any other proprietary entity producing health care goods or services. Participants will receive statements of credit at the end of the program when all requirements for credit have been met. Satisfactory completion of objectives will occur through program attendance. Therefore contact hours will be given only for full conference participation, no partial credit will be given. In order to receive a statement of credit, all participants must sign-in at the registration desk and turn in a completed evaluation and personal verification form. Participants who need a statement of credit replaced at a later date will be charged a $5.00 replacement fee. To request a duplicate statement of credit please contact the main education office at 417-269-4117 or email educationcenter@coxcollege.edu.

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Mark Gideon
Speech & Drama Teacher
Hillcrest High School
Springfield, MO

Mark Gideon has a Bachelor of Arts degree from Evangel University here in Springfield and a Masters degree from Pittsburg State University in Kansas. He has done postgraduate work at Louisiana State University in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Mark has been a teacher for 28 years and is currently teaching Speech & Drama at Hillcrest High School here in Springfield. When not teaching classes, directing plays, or taking students to speech contests, Mark has entertained audiences for many years as a performer and director at Springfield Little Theatre.

Shawn Clawson


Shawn Clawson, Sergeant
Police Academy Coordinator
Springfield Police Department
Springfield, MO

Shawn Clawson has been a Law Enforcement Officer since 1993. He has been certified as a Standardized Field Sobriety Test Instructor since 2004 and was re-certified in 2013 with the release of the most current SFST manual. Mr. Clawson is a certified Drug Recognition Expert, Drug Recognition Expert Instructor and Drug Recognition Expert Course Administrator.

In 1999 he was promoted to the rank of field Sergeant where he supervised a patrol squad and the special operations Officers. He has written and administered several impaired driving grants and supervised the operational control of over 50 sobriety checkpoints.

Mr. Clawson is certified as a Type II Breath Instrument Supervisor by the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services. He is currently certified on the BAC Datamaster and Intoximeter EC/IR II breath instruments. He has trained over 900 students in breath testing administration.

Mr. Clawson is a National speaker on the topic of impaired driving enforcement and has presented to over 3000 students in 14 States. Mr. Clawson has trained over 1000 law enforcement officers in the proper administration and scoring of Standardized Field Sobriety Tests. During his career he has organized and overseen over 75 alcohol workshops (wet labs).

Mr. Clawson has trained Military Police personnel as well as civilian Law Enforcement Officers from over 300 different agencies across the United States. He is a contract instructor for the Missouri Safety Center, Missouri Southern State University, Missouri Office of Prosecuting Services and the Drury University Law Enforcement Academy. He is a Missouri POST Generalist Instructor and currently serves as the Police Academy Coordinator for the Springfield MO Police Department.

Over the course of his twenty one year law enforcement career he has specialized in the area of impaired driving enforcement. During that time, he has made over 2500 arrest on alcohol and drug impaired drivers

Nichole Bobo, MSN, RN
Director of Nursing Education
National Association of School Nurse
Silver Spring, MD
Allison Brewer
Education Coordinator
Epilepsy Foundation of Missouri and Kansas
St. Louis, MO
Bart Brown
Ozarks Food Harvest—The Food Bank
Springfield, MO
Jordan Browning
SNAP/Senior Program Coordinator
Ozarks Food Harvest—The Food Bank
Springfield, MO
Marjorie Cole, MSN, RN, FASHA
State School Nurse Consultant
Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services
Bureau of Community Health and Wellness
Jefferson City, MO
Ben Francisco, PhD
Assistant Professor of Clinical Child Health
University of Missouri Health System
School of Medicine
Columbia, MO
Hannah Garrad
Farm to School Intern
Springfield Public Schools
Springfield, MO
Jean Grabeel, M.Ed., RN, NCSN, FNASN
Manager, Health Services
Springfield Public Schools
Springfield, MO
Abbey Hedges
Backpack Program Coordinator
Ozarks Food Harvest—The Food Bank
Springfield, MO
Susie Henderson, MS
Licensed Psychologist
Autism Center Director
Burrell Autism Center
Springfield, MO
Tammy Holley, BSN, RN, NCSN
School Nurse
Springfield Public Schools
Kickapoo High School
Springfield, MO
Kyle John, MD
Child & Adolescent Psychiatry
Section Chair – Pediatric Specialties – Springfield
Medical Director Pediatric Behavioral Health Services
Mercy Clinic – Springfield
Springfield, MO
Rhonda Mammen
Manager, Counseling Services
Springfield Public Schools
Springfield, MO
Becky Morgan
Special Projects, Health Services
Springfield Public Schools
Springfield, MO
Mindy Muñoz
Program Director
Ronald McDonald Charities of the Ozarks
The Tooth Truck, Inc.
Springfield, MO
Missy Penkalski, DNP, MSN, RN, CPNP, AE-C
Pediatric Nurse Practitioner
Certified Asthma Educator
Jordan Valley Community Health Center
Trudi’s Kids Mobile Unit
Springfield, MO
Jim Raynor
Administrative Director
Mercy Sports Medicine and Fitness
Springfield, MO
Charlotte Roberds, BSN, RN, NCSN
Diabetes Educator, School Nurse
Springfield Public Schools
Wanda Gray Elementary
Springfield, MO
Jeff Rogers
Wellness Coordinator
Springfield Public Schools
Springfield, MO
Laura Waters, MD, FAAP
Board Certified Pediatrician
Mercy HealthTracks Pediatrics
Springfield, MO


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Kora Anderson, BSN, RN, NCSN
Coordinator, Health Services/High School Nurse

Genie Drown, BSN, RN
School Nurse
Hallsville R-IV

Jean Grabeel, MEd., BSN, RN, NCSN, FNASN
Manager, Health Services
SPS R-12

Tammy Holley, RN, BSN, NCSN
School Nurse
SPS R-12 

Lee Ann Neill, MSN, RN, NCSN
Coordinator, Health Services
SPS R-12

Linda Neumann, RN
School Nurse
Webster Groves

Jodi Page, BSN, RN
Enterprise Educator
Cox College Interprofessional Simulation & Education Center CoxHealth

Charlotte Roberds, BSN, RN, NCSN
School Nurse/Diabetes Resource Nurse
SPS R-12

Tammy Teeling, MSN, RN, NCSN
School Nurse
SPS R-12

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REFUND POLICY: Refunds, minus a $35 administrative fee, will be available upon request. The written request must be received by the treasurer prior to April 17, 2015. Changes cannot be made after that date.

MAIL TO: Genie Drown, MASN Treasurer, 2308 Ridgemont, Columbia, MO 65203-1542. Questions may be directed to Genie Drown at direct school phone (573)696-6112, personal cell phone (573)289-8902 or gdrown@hallsville.org

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