Epi-pen Training

An epi-pen is a life-saving injection that is administered when someone is experiencing anaphylaxis. Anaphylaxis can occur with an allergic reaction to foods, bee stings, even asthma. The following video shows the sign and symptoms of anaphylaxis and how to administer an epi-pen. Many students in our schools self-carry their epi-pens. An Emergency Action Plan will be written by the school nurse for every student with an epi-pen. If you have a student with an epi-pen, your school nurse will meet with you one-on-one to demonstrate how to use the epi-pen on your student and provide a trainer epi-pen for practice.

After completing the video, please answer the questions and click submit. Training must be completed by September 15th.

If you have any questions, please contact the school nurse at your school.

An anaphylactic reaction can be life-threatening. 

EMS does not need to be called when the epi-pen is used.

People can have an anaphylactic reaction to bee stings or eating certain foods

The epi-pen can be administered through clothing.


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