SWOSNA to Host School Emergency Triage Training (SETT) April 24, 2021

SWOSNA is hosting SETT on Saturday, April 24th.  Registration is open through midnight this Friday, April 9th.  Register HERE

Presenter: Deborah L. Strouse, MEd, MSN, CNP, NCSN, FNP-C

Saturday, April 24, 2021

Kettering Middle School

3000 Glengarry Dr., Kettering OH 45420

Program runs 8:00 am-3:00 pm (Registration opens at 7:30 am)

Lunch Provided by Protect Education

Cost $70.00 SWOSNA member/ $90.00 for Non-members (includes participation materials) **If you are a member of your regional organization, we will honor the $70 fee**

CEs earned – 5.25*

National Association of School Nurses is accredited with distinction as a provider of continuing nursing education by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation.

*Attendance at the entire program and completion of an evaluation

Sponsors:  School Care, Protect Education


What is SETT?
SETT is a program written for registered nurses employed in the specialty of school nursing.  

The purpose of SETT is to provide school nurses with the knowledge, skills and training resources to lead school-based Disaster Response Teams and perform triage in response to mass casualty incident (MCI) events.

Why do school nurses need SETT?
Effective management of school emergencies where there are mass casualties requires careful training, preparation, and planning to maximize effectiveness under less than optimal conditions.

The school nurse coordinates the collection of information from a variety of sources to develop emergency plans. Emergency response plans require coordination with school administrators, staff, and other community first responders.