EXECUTIVE HEALTH SERVICES CONSULTING, LLC
Clinical Consultation, Content Curation & Writing, Curriculum Development, Policy and Framework Development, School Nurse Mentorship and Onboarding, Nursing and Population Based Professional Development
Executive Health Services Consulting, LLC (EHSC) provides support and information you need in order to make informed decisions about school health services, nurse staffing, resources, policy, procedure and documentation as well as support for special projects in the development of health services framework, and process. EHSC can manage or assist with template or toolkit development and provide population based education to nurses or lay persons.
Executive Health Services Consulting can provide school and community assessments as well as student chronic disease, 504, and IEP assessments to evaluate acuity and clinical need withing the school district and provide limited remote case management. Please note that EHS only provides limited in person training and delegation options.
Executive Health Services also provides subject matter expertise for course and content development in higher education related to pediatrics, population health, behavioral health, special needs populations, nurse generalist, and leadership.
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Executive Health Services Consulting, LLC has two major areas of practice. This includes consultation and curation in the area of school health and subject matter expertise in the area of public and academic education.
SCHOOL HEALTH CONSULTING: This area of practice serves to assist executive leadership with the development of school health policy and procedures, standards of practice, and programmatic advising in addition to assisting with or overseeing the development of forms and templates for school nursing or school nursing professional organizations.
SUBJECT MATTER EXPERT: This area of practice serves to provide clinical content writing and product development related to nursing practice and education. Areas of subject matter expertise include Pediatrics, School Health, School Nursing, Behavioral Health Population Health, Public Health, Nursing Education, and Nursing Executive Leadership.
WHY SCHOOL HEALTH MATTERS
Health and Academic Success
Academic success and long term positive health outcomes are both strongly linked to child health. There is a well recognized link between health and education. Students who are healthy are more prepared to learn. Health should be regarded in a holistic manner that considers the student's physical health both related to chronic disease management and preventative health, social-emotional well-being, and mental health. To that end school health becomes a function of the entire school environment in an effort to address the whole child to address health related barriers.
CONTENT WRITING, REVISING & DEVELOPMENT
GUIDANCE & MENTORSHIP
Guidance, mentorship and assistance with new school nurses. Professional development with nurses on procedural development, 504 & IEP assessment, scope and standards of practice, and community nurse practice.
Whole School, Whole Community, Whole Child
Health and education work hand in hand. Everyone is impacted differently based on social and economical impact, for example. Schools are a very important space for reaching children and adolescents to provide health services and support. School health is a broad framework that includes multiple areas working in collaboration including health education, community involvement, employee wellness, physical environment, social and emotional climate, physical activity, health services, nutrition, and family engagement. When a whole child model is endorsed for wellness and school health framework, it leads to addressing students in the most holistic manner.
Working With the Best
DR. JAN OLSON, DNP, MSNED, BSN, RN, NCSN
Executive Clinical Consultant
Dr. Olson is a seasoned school health leader and subject matter expert at the state and national level. Dr. Olson has a clinical background in public health and school health, and an academic background in nursing education, research, writing and peer reviewing. Dr. Olson has formulated individually and with teams many forms, manuals, procedures and plans to improve school nursing practice in Oregon including lead content curation in the Oregon COVID-19 Response and Recovery Grant . Dr. Olson is the Nursing Strategic Programming Coordinator and Lead Professor of Practice for Population, Behavioral Health, and Pediatrics for Concordia St. Paul and a Doctoral Adjunct at A.T. Stills Health Scienced University. Dr. Olson is the current President and Curriculum Directors for Oregon School Nurses Association and has been a requested speaker at multiple conferences, including the 2019 fall conference where she was the key note speaker. Dr. Olson has provided many podium presentations both locally and nationally. Dr. Olson served as a school nurse for 9 years and was named Oregon School Nurse of the Year in Oregon in 2019. In 2019, Dr. Olson also received in National Board Certification in School Nursing. Dr. Olson has also served as a collaborator with the National Association of School Nurses as a peer reviewer and education contributor and author. As well, Dr. Olson has fulfilled multiple contracts as a subject matter expert, item writer and course content designer in addition to school health consultation.
Dr. Olson is a member of Oregon School Nurses Association, National School Nurses Association, & Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society for Nurses.