Free Monthly Workshop

School Nurse Partnerships to Promote Positive Mental Health of Pupils and Students

NEXT LIVE WORKSHOP. LIMITED SPACES.
NEXT LIVE WORKSHOP. LIMITED SPACES.
May 10, 2022 4:00 PM

School nurses are highly skilled health professionals who can support you to promote positive mental health of your pupils and students. In this discovery workshop you’ll find out how you can maximise your partnership with your school nurse to promote positive mental health in your school or college.

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Introductory Video

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Who this is for

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School Mental Health Leads
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Senior Leadership Team
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Pastoral Managers
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Teachers
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Do you...

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Want to strengthen your partnership with your school nurse?
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Want to know what your school nursing service can offer to promote positive mental health?
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Want to know how to work with school nurses more effectively?
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Want to build stronger relationships with support services?

How do you know this is right for you?

Do you want to work more effectively with mental health support services to promote the positive mental health of children and young people within your school or college? Part of the role of a senior mental health lead is to build partnerships with statutory providers. Worth-it’s interactive workshop, Partnering with your school nurse to promote positive mental health, will be led by Sharon White OBE, CEO of SAPHNA, the School and Public health Nurses Association. Sharon is a recognised global expert on school nursing who works in an advisory capacity at local national and international level – don’t miss this opportunity to hear her grounded advice on how schools can make the most of limited resources when it comes to school nursing.

Sharon will share insights on how schools can build stronger relationships with school nurses and work more effectively with them to promote positive mental health of children and young people. 

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What will you gain?

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A better understanding of how school nurses can support intervention and prevention
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Strategies to help you maximise your partnership with your school nurse
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Examples of effective practice
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Increased understanding of how school nurses can work with you to promote positive mental health
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Practical tips on how to work more effectively with school nurses
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Insights into how the senior mental health lead role fits within the wider mental health system
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Workshop Host

Sharon White OBE

Co-chair of School Nurses International and Chief Executive Officer of the School and Public Health Nurses Association (SAPHNA).

Sharon White is a qualified nurse, midwife and school nurse with over 40 years’ experience of working with children, young people and families. She has spent in the community at operational, managerial and strategic levels. Prior to her departure from the NHS, she was Designated nurse for safeguarding/looked after children in across a large city.

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