1 edition of Medication in schools found in the catalog.
Medication in schools
1995 by British Association for Community Child Health, in association with the British Paediatric Association in London .
Written in English
|Statement||British Association for Community Child Health.|
|Contributions||British Association for Community Child Health., British Paediatric Association.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination|| leaves ;|
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Guidelines for the Administration of Medication in School. The templates give example text that schools can use to: create and invite parents to contribute to a child’s individual healthcare plan.
ask for parental agreement for. This guidance has been published to aid schools in supporting pupils with medication needs, and in particular, to provide sound protocols to enable these medication needs to be appropriately. Empowered Schools – State Board Report 48 School District Empowerment Program File Size: 7MB.