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Saturday 23 September 2017
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School nurses

Children skipping in the school playground
What do school nurses do?

School Nurses are qualified nurses who have completed specialist training in public health for children, young people and families. Our School Health team is made up of specialist public health nurses, community staff nurses and community nursery nurses, and assistant practitioners.
 
We work with school age children from five to 19 years of age, and their families. We support them in a variety of settings in the local community including schools, homes, children’s centres, and health centres.

The School Nurse team is responsible for delivering public health programmes to improve outcomes for children and young people. We work closely with statutory and voluntary agencies to ensure that the child’s health needs are met and to ensure that each and every child and young person reaches their full potential.

How can I learn more about Derbyshire Healthcare's school nurses?

Click on the links below to find out more about the work of the trust's school nurses: