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The 6 Steps to Qualify for the PACNJ Asthma Friendly School Award

1. Asthma Management in the Classroom

2. Asthma Basics Gadgets & Gizmos

3. NJDEP "No Idling Pledge"

4. School Nurse Asthma Treatment Place Training

5. NJ PEOSH Training

6. Have a Nebulizer in your School


Login here and take the Asthma Treatment Plan quiz and click the submit button. You will receive a Certificate of Completion with one Professional Development Hour.

School Nurse Asthma Treatment Plan Training

To qualify for the PACNJ Asthma Friendly School Award each
school nurse is required to view the PowerPoint program:
Asthma Treatment Plan: NJ School Nurses Leading the Way and take the online quiz.

Asthma Treatment Plan, School Nurses Leading the Way

Online PowerPoint Training Program and Quiz

Click here to take the “Asthma Treatment Plan, School Nurses Leading the Way On-Line Power Point Training Program for Implementing the PACNJ Asthma Treatment Plan in New Jersey Schools.

Click here for the 2010 School Nurse Survey Results

The results are in and your hard work has paid off - the results are impressive! 

Thank you to all of the nurses who responded to the survey. We appreciate your help and we are targeting new initiatives to address areas that still show concern.

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Updated Credits for 2013-2014
The Pediatric/Adult Asthma Coalition of New Jersey is sponsored by the American Lung Association in New Jersey. This publication was supported by a grant from the New Jersey Department of Health and Senior Services, with funds provided by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention under Cooperative Agreement 5U59EH000491-5. Its content are solely the responsibility of the authors and do not necessarily represent the official views of the New Jersey Department of Health and Senior Services or the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Although this document has been funded wholly or in part by the United States Environmental Protection Agency under Agreement XA96296601-1 to the American Lung Association in New Jersey, it has not gone through the Agency’s publications review process and therefore, may not necessarily reflect the views of the Agency and no official endorsement should be inferred. Information in this publication is not intended to diagnose health problems or take the place of medical advice. For asthma or any medical condition, seek medical advice from your child’s or your health care professional.

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The Pediatric Asthma Coalition of New Jersey (PACNJ), disclaims any responsibility for any action taken by viewers as a result of their interpretation of information provided. Viewers are encouraged to discuss medical treatment with their physician. The Pediatric Asthma Coalition of New Jersey is sponsored by the American Lung Association of the Mid-Atlantic (ALAM-A), a nonprofit organization.

Inclusion in this website does not necessarily constitute an endorsement, nor does exclusion necessarily indicate disapproval by the Pediatric Asthma Coalition of New Jersey and/or the American Lung Association of the Mid-Atlantic.

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