Level One Training is meant for all unlicensed school personnel that have contact with school children in the school setting in the state of Michigan. They might also need to support staff actively involved in treatment of a student experiencing anaphylaxis.
Level Two Training is meant for unlicensed school personnel that are responsible for school children with individual health plans (IHP) in school settings within the state of Michigan that might require them to recognize anaphylaxis for that student and use an epinephrine auto-injector.
Level Three Training is meant for all unlicensed school personnel in the state of Michigan that are responsible for identifying anaphylaxis and administering stock (non-student specific) epinephrine to students in the school setting. This level of training focuses on those individuals within Michigan schools with unknown allergies that may experience their first episode of anaphylaxis at school. The content of this training level is consistent with requirements outlined in Michigan 2013 Public Act 186 & 187 as well as the Michigan State Board of Education Addendum to the 2002 Model Policy and Guidelines for Administering Medications to Pupils at School: Guidelines for Responding to an Anaphylaxis Emergency at School.
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AllergyHome is honored to be collaborating with MI Association of School Nurses (MASN). The AllergyHome Michigan tab was created in an effort to supplement resources available to Registered Nurse trainers as well as training participants. The AllergyHome and MASN collaboration will serve to expand the audience of those benefiting from education on food allergy and anaphylaxis management.
Per Michigan law, anaphylaxis training to school personnel must be provided by school nurses or other licensed professional registered nurses.
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