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Bullying In Children and Adolescents: A Guide For School Nurses

Author: Jassin M. Jouria, MD
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CE: 3.5 hours
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Course Summary

Bullying in children and adolescents is not a new problem and has traditionally been overlooked as a serious threat to an individual. This study considers the history of bullies and known social beliefs underlying its prevalence and the way social groups and organizations, such as schools, address the pattern of bully and victim. The impacts of bullying upon individuals are addressed, as well as solutions to prevent bullying and options for victims and families. This is part 2 of a 2 part series on bullying.

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Course Syllabus

I. Introduction

II. School Programs and Responsibilities

1. Basic Principles for Prevention and Intervention

2. Dealing with Bullying Incidents

III. Steps To A Successful School-wide Program

IV. School Nurse Responsibilities

V.  Assessing and Identifying Bullying

VI. Intervention and Prevention Programs

1. Immediate Response Plan

2. Building a Schoolwide Foundation

3. Early Interventions

4. Individual Interventions

5. Targeted Interventions

6. Individual Interventions in Chronic or Extreme Bullying Cases

VII. Peer Mentoring and Peer Mediation

1. Peer Mentoring

2. Establishing a Peer Mentoring Program

3. Peer Mediation

VIII. Summary


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