According to scientific reports submitted to the FDA, also published in both the Journal of School Nursing and Family Medicine Journal, schools that instituted HandClens as part of an overall classroom hand-hygiene program showed as much as a 42 percent reduction in illness-absenteeism in students ages four-to-12 years old.
What does JOSN stand for?
JOSN stands for Journal of School Nursing (National Association of School Nurses)
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The Journal of School Nursing and the American School Board Journal each published studies which showed a correlation between facilities with a full time nurse and better school performance and attendance.
The Journal of School Nursing also stated that alcohol-based sanitizers are undesirable in schools as they can present a safety hazard to children because they are flammable and irritating to eyes and open wounds.
The research is published in the Journal of School Nursing.
Published reports in both the Journal of School Nursing and Family Medicine journal have shown as much as a 42% reduction in illness-absenteeism in schools that have instituted HandClens as part of an overall classroom hygiene program.
British Journal of School Nursing, 2008; 3(5): 228-9.
18, 2002 Just in time for back-to-school - and cold - season, a supplement published in the October, 2002 Journal of School Nursing affirms that infection control programs in schools can help keep kids healthy, thereby boosting attendance.