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Maureen Sullivan-Tevault

Maureen has over 25 years in Emergency and Trauma nursing, including nursing positions as the Emergency Department Manager, Director of Staff Education, Trauma Coordinator, and Stroke Program Manager. In addition, she has also been certified as both a BLS and ACLS instructor, and adjunct faculty for an LPN nursing program. Maureen has also written nursing articles for the following journals: Nursing Spectrum, ADVANCE nursing magazine, and The Journal of Emergency Care, Rescue, and Transportation.


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Class Accreditation
All states (with the exception of Hawaii) recognize our courses for accredited continuing nursing education, CNE, contact hours.

This course is accredited by the following boards:

Provider approved by the California Board of Registered Nursing, Provider # CEP 15467, course provides 2.50 contact hours.

This document must be retained by the licensee for a period of four years after the course concludes.

Course approved by the AR,DC,FL,GA,SC Board of Nursing, CE Broker Tracking # 20-632161 for 2.50 contact hours. CE Provider #: 50-13256.
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Diabetes Management and Insulin Pumps for School Nurses

Contact Hours: 2.5
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Diabetes Management and Insulin Pumps for School Nurses
For a complete list of accreditations for this course, please see the accreditation information box below the author’s bio.  All states (with the exception of Hawaii) recognize our courses for accredited continuing nursing education, CNE, contact hours.

Since the introduction of insulin pumps several decades ago, Continuous Subcutaneous Insulin Infusion (CSII) therapy has become the preferred method of treatment for everyone with Type 1 Diabetes. For patients using CSII, it replaces multiple daily injections (MDI) of insulin. Insulin pumps are also used by some people with Type 2 Diabetes who, as a result of the progression of their diabetes, require MDI of insulin a day, similar to a person who has Type 1 Diabetes. With the incidence of both Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes increasing in children, the number of children with diabetes in the school systems who utilize an insulin pump has increased and will continue to do so. This CNE course will provide school nurses with a greater understanding of the management of school-age children and adolescents wearing insulin pumps. Videos, pictures and links to pertinent web sites are included to enhance this learning experience.


Objectives


Upon completion of this course, the participant will be able to:

1. Discuss the advantages and the disadvantages of CSII.
2. Identify the resources needed to assist children on CSII.
3. Name the urgent interventions required to problem solve hyper and hypoglycemia for a student on CSII.
4. Specify the type of insulin most commonly used in CSII.

Curriculum


Chapter 1
Introduction to CSII
• Types of Diabetes
• History of Insulin Pumps
• Advantages of CSII
• Disadvantages of CSII 

Chapter 2
Insulin Used in CSII
• Types of Insulin
• CSII Terminology

Chapter 3
Insulin Pump Companies and Equipment
• Pumps Currently on the Market in U.S.
• Web Sites for Insulin Pump Companies
• Insulin Pump Equipment
• Blood Glucose Monitoring

Chapter 4
Mechanics of Operating Insulin Pumps
• Animas One Touch Ping
• Medtronic Diabetes Paradigm
• Omnipod 
• t:Slim

Chapter 5
Acute Illness and/or Unexplained Hyperglycemia
• General Rules for Sick Day Management
• Timing of Boluses During Illness
• Unexplained Hyperglycemia

Chapter 6
Hypoglycemia
• Assessment
• Treatment

Chapter 7
Routine Assessment and Documentation
• Assessment
• Documentation

Chapter 8
Resources
• Parents
• Cafeteria Supervisor
• School Secretary
• Local or Area Diabetes Center(s)
• Endocrinologist/Diabetologist
• Pump Company Websites


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