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NURS 4140 Population Case Study One(2)-1 Prctected View Saved to this PC Awjeakayla References Mailings Review View Help Search Layout Enable Editing t can contain viruses. Unless you need to edit, it’s safer to stay in Protected View. Tammy J. is the school murse at Caseyville Middle School. The state requires that all entering sixth-grade students must have a current immunization certificate on file prior to enrollment. It is now 6 months into the school year, and Nurse Tammy is reviewing the students’ records. Nurse Tammy finds that several students do not have current immunization certificates on file. Although state law requires immunization certificates, it does not specify the course of action to be taken in cases of noncompliance. Nurse Tammy goes to her supervisor to discuss possible ways to resolve the situation. Should they suspend noncompliant students because the law states that the certificate of immunization is required for enrollment? This solution could mean many missed days of valuable lessons for students and for the community. Nurse Tammy and her supervisor decide to contact all students and to meet individually with their families. These meetings reveal that many parents have tried to get their children immunized but have not been able to do so because of the costs of the shots or an inability to make an appointment at the busy doctor’s office. Nurse Tammy works with these families to make appointments at the local health department to fulfill the immunization requirement Questions: Answer all questions. Points will be deducted for unanswered questions 1. The three types of law in the United States that have particular importance to the community- oriented nurse are (1) constitutional law, (2) legislation and regulation, and (3) judicial or common law. Describe how each of these types of law affects Nurse Tammy. Each answer should be a minimum of 25 words. 1. Constitutional law affects Nurse Tammy by 2. Legislative and regulatory law affects Nurse Tammy by 3. Judicial or common law affects Nurse Tammy by (10 points each for a total of 30 points) 2. What was the state’s purpose when it made a law requiring immunizations prior to school. enrollment? (20 points) NURS 4140 Population Case Study One(2)-1 Protected View Saved to this PC References Mailings Review View Help OSearch ntain viruses. Unless you need to edit, it’s safer to stay in Protected View. Enable Editing TpomS cacrToI a Otar oiJU ponns) 2. What was the state’s purpose when it made a law requiring immunizations prio enrollment? (20 points) Which power was it invoking? (10 points) 3. What can Nurse Tammy do on the policy level to clear up some of the confusion noncompliant regarding the immunization ce do when faced with students who are for enrollment? (100 to 250 words) (30 points) APA formatting throughout assignment. (10 points)

 

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