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 2016 APHOES/AECMN Conference

Conference Handouts


Conference Handouts are available for attendees only and are password protected. The password is available in the Pre-Conference Email sent out the week prior to the conference.

Thursday, May 5, 2016

Building the Bridge Between Mental Health Hospitalization and School Re-entry

When Two Worlds Collide: Utilizing a School Intervention and Pastoral Care Partnership to Support the School Community Following a Patient’s Death

Bringing Science Education to Your Hospitalized Students  
Packed in a Bag: Best-practice Instruction for Hospital Based Students
Packed in a Bag: Best-practice Instruction for Hospital Based Students 
(Poster Session-handouts)
Neurofibromatosis Type 1: Medical, Cognitive, and Psychosocial Implications and How These 3 Factors Affect the Academic Journey of our Patients 
An Expansion of a Multi-sensory Reading  Intervention for Children with Bleeding Disorders And Sickle Cell Disease
  • Not yet available
Math Make and Take a Picture
  • Not yet available
Pediatric Hospital School Programming: An Examination of Hospital School Supports for Students Who are Hospitalized  
Child Life Teacher Clinical Ladder and Competencies   

Utilizing Psychological Test Reports in School Settings 
  • Not yet available

Success in the Classroom after a Brain Injury:  A Guide for Families and Schools

Beyond Kale and Pedicures: What works to reduce compassion fatigue and burnout? 
  • Not yet available
School Re-entry for Burn Survivors
Problem Behavior: Stop it Before It Starts with Antecedent Strategies and Visual Supports
  • Not yet available
My Daughter for Life, Your Patient for a Moment: Teaching Empathy in Clinical Practice 
Pondering Parenting: Dividing Attention When One Child is Diagnosed with a Devastating Illness

Multiple Disciplines, One Mission

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