Nurse Nancy & Practicing Hygiene for Better Health

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Check out this lesson on sepsis prevention for Sepsis Awareness Month!

How do you properly care for a cut when you are not feeling well, to help stop the spread of infections that lead to sepsis?

Together we will read the book “Nurse Nancy.” We will then discuss the correct people to tell when we aren’t feeling well or show signs or symptoms of sepsis (trusted adults, like parents, teachers, nurses and doctors). We will use kinesthetic methods to reinforce the “cut, clean, cover” method of first aid for young students by acting out both teacher-directed scenes and student-created scenes.

Objectives
Students will demonstrate their knowledge of proper first aid through role-playing skits.

Want more free lessons on sepsis prevention?

Check out more resources on the Rory Staunton Foundation for Sepsis Prevention partner page.

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