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Resources for school nurses

Resources for school nurses

Improving health and safety

Shriners Hospitals for Children and the National Association of School Nurses (NASN) are working together to improve the health and safety of all children.

Through educational materials, events and professional training, Shriners Hospitals and NASN want to ensure students have the prevention and safety information they need to reduce the risk of childhood injuries.

Learn more about our educational awareness programs and order free materials to share with your students.

Backpack basics

Used correctly, backpacks can be a good way to carry all the books, supplies and personal items needed for a typical school day.

However, backpacks that are too heavy or carried incorrectly can injure muscles or joints and contribute to back pain and other problems.

Order free Backpack Basics for Healthier Kids to share with your students.

Stay safe this summer!

Shriners Hospitals for Children has been a global leader in burn care, research and education since the 1960s. Many techniques and treatments that are common in most hospitals today were pioneered at Shriners Hospitals for Children.

We are dedicated to preventing burn injuries through our Be Burn Aware education and awareness program for children and their families.

Many burn injuries can be avoided by following some prevention tips and precautions. In the event of an accident or injury, Shriners Hospitals for Children is here to help. All care and services are provided regardless of the families’ ability to pay.

Learn how you can help your students prevent injuries from fires, scalds and other risks in the home.

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Shriners Hospitals for Children locations

For more information about the innovative care we provide, to make an appointment or to refer a patient, please select a location below and contact us.

Please see our Refer a patient page for additional information and guidance for international patients.