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Are there any new softwares introduced at your school after the COVID-19 outbreak?


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Fiona56

It is a commonly known fact that the school authorities are extra cautious about the health of their students after the outbreak of COVID-19. The school management has been researching different tactics to improve the health of their students. Most of the schools have started collecting students' medical history to get a clear picture of students' overall health.
School Health Services software are available to ease frontline health workers' jobs, including school nurses.
What all steps have your school taken to improve the health management of the students? Please share!

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Kevin Lloyd

Hi, schools are certainly looking more and more at technology solutions.  Health records can be sensitive, so what schools track and how is very much an issue in Europe and other countries.  Other things they are doing are tools to support reporting of temperature checks, self screens at home, tracking apps for school bus service to know who was on which bus when in case of a suspected or confirmed exposure and communication tools.  We will be hosting a Round Table session in a couple of weeks on this topic, you are welcome to join.  Details will be published later in the week.  Kevin

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