Workshop in Agricultural Safety Resources- Keeping Children Safe
1.0 NAPNAP Contact Hour. This continuing education activity is offered at a reduced rate to NAPNAP Members. This continuing education activity rate is 10$ for NAPNAP Members. For non- members, this continuing education activity rate is 20$. More than 22 million people are employed in an agricultural-related field, which is one of our nation’s most dangerous industries and the only worksite where children can be present. Every day, 33 children are seriously injured and every three days, a child dies in agricultural-related incidents. The presenters will use case studies to provide a hands-on workshop enabling participants to explore the incidence and causes of child injuries/fatalities and provide access to free, scientifically based anticipatory guidance materials and agricultural safety resources.
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This continuing education activity is administered by the National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners (NAPNAP) as an Agency providing continuing education credit. Individuals who complete this program will be awarded 1.0 NAPNAP contact hour, of which 0 is pharmacology content.
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Pediatric-focused advanced practice registered nurses
• Define the incidence of childhood agricultural injuries and fatalities.
• Describe areas of agricultural operations where safety is an issue.
• Identify anticipatory guidance resources available to the practitioner.
• Assess safety resources that can be incorporated into primary care practice.
Jill F. Kilanowski, PhD, RN, CPNP-PC, FAAN; Marsha Salzwedel, EdD and S. Dee Jepsen, PhD
Dr. Kilanowski is pediatric nurse practitioner, an educator and nurse scientist conducting quantitative and qualitative research. She earned her PhD from The Ohio State University and a dissertation titled, “Health Disparities in Itinerant Carnival and Migrant Children.” Her community-based research examines high rates of unhealthy weight in children of migrant and seasonal agricultural workers, as well as pediatric and farmer safety in the agricultural community. She developed low-literacy culturally-sensitive interventions for children and families. She was awarded a National Institute of Health (NIH) career development award at Case Western Reserve University. She has completed numerous funded research studies and is published in peer-reviewed journals and presented internationally. Acknowledging her expertise, Dr. Kilanowski was appointed by the Secretary of Health and Human Services to serve as chair of the National Advisory Council on Migrant Health. In 2013, she was inducted as a fellow in the American Academy of Nursing.
- 1.00 Contact hours