School Nurses Make a Difference in the Detection and Reporting of Child Abuse and Neglect

By Megan Fioravanti, NCSN, RN, BSN posted 03-27-2017 12:21

Wonderful article about child abuse and neglect and the important work that school nurses do.  Red Clay Nurse Jodi Muffley is interviewed and discusses how school nurses are on the front lines for our state's children's healthcare. 
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Thanks for sharing this article Megan.   Child abuse detection and reporting can be one of the most difficult but at the same time, one of the most important roles we have as a school nurse.  Thank you Jodi Muffley for speaking up on this important topic.  I like your analogy of giving children "a safe place to fall."