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The Case for School-Based Health Clinics

Dean F. Miller

The Case for School-Based Health Clinics

by Dean F. Miller

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Published by Phi Delta Kappa Educational Foundation .
Written in English

  • Health Care Delivery,
  • Medical / Nursing

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    The Physical Object
    Number of Pages40
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL11117377M
    ISBN 10087367300X
    ISBN 109780873673006

      The Case for Interprofessional Collaboration recognises and explores the premium that modern health systems place on closer working relationships. Each chapter adopts a consistent format and a clear framework for professional relationships, considering those with the same profession, other professions, new partners, policy actors, the public and with patients. The American Public Health Association, released a pivotal new book this month. School-Based Health Care: Advancing Educational Success and Public Health is one of the first book in 20 years, according to its publishers, to examine the practice, policy, and applied research of the outcomes and impacts of school-based health care.

    School-Based Health Centers in New York State. If you are interested in opening a School-Based Health Center (SBHC), please send an email to [email protected] Caring for Students with Life-Threatening Allergies (PDF) Principles and Guidelines (PDF) School-Based Health Centers - Fact Sheet; School-Based Health Centers - Program Description. 1 Soleimanpour S, Geierstanger SP, Kalley S, et al. (). The Role of School Health Centers in Health Care Access and Client Outcomes. American Journal of Public Health. (9): 2 Guo JJ, Wade TW, & Keller KN. (). Impact of School-Based Health Centers on Students with Mental Health .

    Health Services is working to resume previously delayed services in accordance with guidance from the Ohio Department of Health. At this time, we are continuing to offer phone and video visits, with in-person visits at the discretion of Health Service staff. OBJECTIVE: School-based health centers (SBHCs) have been suggested as possible patient-centered medical homes. Our objectives were to determine, in a low-income, urban population, adolescents’ reasons for visiting SBHCs and the value parents place on SBHC services, and adolescents’ and parents’ assessment of how well SBHCs fulfill criteria for a medical home as defined by the American.

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The Case for School-Based Health Clinics by Dean F. Miller Download PDF EPUB FB2

Racial or ethnic health care disparities are a social phenomenon that reveals differences in utilization and quality of health care because of accessibility, operation of health care systems, cultural or socioeconomic status, and discrimination at the individual and patient–provider level.

1–5 Recent literature has documented ethnic and racial disparities in the health care system across a Cited by: ISBN: X OCLC Number: Description: 32 pages ; 18 cm. Contents: The need for school-based clinics --A brief history of school health services --Organizational structure and service of school-based clinics: Clinic services --Reproductive health services: a controversial area --Staffing of school-based clinics --Funding school-based health clinics --The.

Learn More. Affordable Care Act support for school-based health centers will create jobs, increase access to The Case for School-Based Health Clinics book for thousands of children (12/08/). HHS announces new investment in school-based health centers press release (07/14/).

School-Based Health Centers: National Census School Year (PDF - 8 pages). Telehealth is a growing model of delivering health care. School-based health centers (SBHCs) provide access to health care for youth in schools and increasingly use telehealth in care delivery.

School-based health centers (SBHCs) have become an important method of health care delivery for the youth of our nation. Although they only represent 1 aspect of a coordinated school health program approach, SBHCs have provided access to health care services for youth confronted with age, financial, cultural, and geographic barriers.

A fundamental principle of SBHCs is to create an environment. The number of school-based health centers continues to grow because the need is great and impact is deep.

Doctors know it: When we can prevent health issues from developing into something worse, that to me epitomizes the strength of a school-based health center.

Educators see it: The reality is that many of our children come to school sick because they have nowhere else to go. Advantages of School Based Health Centers There are many advantages to opening a new school based health center in your community.

A school based health center provides accessible, comprehensive care to school age children and adolescents, teaches preventive health behaviors to students, and serves an essential system of care. SCHOOL-BASED HEALTH CENTER STANDARDS AND GUIDELINES Purpose of a School-Based Health Center School-based health centers (SBHCs) are health clinics that bring services, such as preventive and acute and chronic care, as well as counseling, health education and sometimes dental care, to children and adolescents at school.

7 hours ago  As an internist practicing mainly primary care, Reed learned the value of spending quality time listening to his patients and building relationships and wanted to share that message in a book. 2 days ago  The book, too, is Rocha’s personal story of how a “red neck farm boy from East Texas” who largely grew up without his father went from a goal in his 20s of landing a job that would provide.

health of children by providing access to primary health care and preventive health care services.7 Often SBHCs provide services to an underserved population of chil-dren and adolescents. SBHCs are staffed by a multidis-ciplinary team of nurse practitioners or physician’s assistants, physicians, mental health providers, and other support staff.

A CASE STUDY OF AN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL-BASED HEALTH CLINIC by Sheila Kay Jones The purpose of this study was to perform a qualitative analysis of an elementary school-based health clinic (SBHC).

This situational analysis was performed to further understand the impact of accessible primary health care on an elementary school population. 3 VanCura M. The Relationship between School-Based Health Centers, Rates of Early Dismissal from School, and Loss of Seat Time. Journal of School Health.

80(8): 4 Walker SC, Ker ns SEU, Lyon AR, et al. Impact of School -Based Health Center Use on Academic Outcomes. Journal of Adolescent Health. New York’s largest hospital network had to buy garden hoses to fix ventilators: book Northwell Health reportedly had to go to hardware stores to buy garden hoses to make devices work.

Case Management: A Practical Guide for Education and Practice, 3rd Edition. Written for new case managers, this book is a practical guide for nurses, social workers, and others responsible for coordinating and managing the care of the individual patient within the healthcare system.

School-based health centers (SBHCs) provide primary care, mental health services, and sometimes oral health care to students where they are: in school. In the final part of this three-part series from the National Assembly on School-Based Health Care. School-based health centers must provide primary health care on-site (school-based) or off-site (school-linked).

They may also provide mental health care, social services, dentistry, and health education. Characteristics of SBHCs: They can provide health services to students of all ages, from pre-kindergarten through high school.

Involve families and community members on the school health council. Develop and implement strategies for motivating families to participate in school-based programs and activities that promote healthy eating and physical activity.

Access community resources to help provide healthy eating and physical activity opportunities for students.

Health Case Studies is composed of eight separate health case studies. Each case study includes the patient narrative or story that models the best practice (at the time of publishing) in healthcare settings.

Associated with each case is a set of specific learning objectives to support learning and facilitate educational strategies and evaluation. Welcome to MyHealthConnect.

Use MyHealthConnect to schedule appointments for the Health Service, send secure messages to the Health Service or Counseling Service, manage your immunizations and more.

See the additional information section below for more details about these processes. As long as you have a network ID and password, you can access it at any time. The case studies are so short (some less than a page) and the recommendations are very vague and leave a lot to be desired.

This book would be ok for undergraduate courses, but it was pretty useless for my graduate course for which it was s: 4.Adams EK, Johnson V.

An Elementary School-Based Health Clinic: Can it Reduce Medicaid Costs? The Journal of Pediatrics. Apr ;(4 Pt 1) Evaluation: Unmet Needs: Elementary & High School: Silberberg M, Cantor JC.

Making the case for school-based health: where do we stand? The Journal of Health Politics, Policy and Law. Feb.Additional Physical Format: Print version: Guest, Leslie H. (Leslie Haden), Case for school clinics. London, Fabian Society, (DLC)