COVID-19: Planning and Postpandemic Partnerships

  title={COVID-19: Planning and Postpandemic Partnerships},
  author={Jodi S Bullard and Barbara S McAlister and Jenifer M. Chilton},
  journal={NASN School Nurse},
  pages={80 - 84}
The emergence of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) has highlighted the need for strong partnerships between educators and healthcare professionals to facilitate the reopening of schools. School nurses are uniquely positioned to bridge this gap because of their role as a healthcare professional in the educational setting. Past research identifies the effectiveness of collaborative efforts to serve students by community partners, school system personnel, and school nurses. However, partnerships… Expand

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