"Effective Protection" in Australian Law by David Bitel* This article was originally published as part of ‘UNHCR Discussion Paper: The principle of effective protection elsewhere,’ in Newsletter No 1/2004 of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees Regional Office for Australia, New Zealand, Papua New Guinea and the South Pacific. In the lead-up to the Octobe
Jefferson township middle schoolJEFFERSON TOWNSHIP
AUTHORIZATION OF EMERGENCY TREATMENT
(All Areas Must Be Completed)
________________________________________ is allergic to: ______________________
Allergic Reaction Risk Level: _____ Low _____ Moderate _____ High
If you suspect that a food allergen has been ingested (or insect sting), immediately determine the symptoms and treat the
reaction as follows:
Give Medication checked “X”
Itching, tingling, or swelling of lips, tongue, mouth
Hives, swelling on face or extremities, itchy rash
Nausea, abdominal cramps, vomiting, diarrhea
Tightening of throat, hoarseness, hacking cough
Shortness of breath, repetitive coughing, wheezing
Thready pulse, passing out, fainting, pale, blueness
Panic, sudden fatigue, chills, fear of impending doom
If a food allergen has been ingested, but no symptoms:
If a reaction is progressing (several of the above areas affected)
Medication Dosages: Nurses Only
Antihistamine: (liquid diphenhydramine, Benadryl™):
Give __________________________ Teaspoon(s) _______cc (_______mg) by mouth.
NURSE OR DELEGATE:
EpiPen™: Epi-Pen ______ Epi-Pen Jr. _____ (______mg) injected once into upper outer thigh
Epinephrine injection many need to be repeated if the child’s symptoms persist or get worse.
Call 911 and phone number: ________________________________
State that the child had a severe allergic reaction, and additional epinephrine doses may be needed.
Additional contact information:
Name: ______________________________ Phone: ______________ Address: _________________
Allergist Name: _____________________________ Phone: _________________________
Pediatrician Name: __________________________ Phone: __________________________
Parent’s Name (other contacts) and Contact Numbers:
Phone (1) ___________________________________ Phone (2) _______________________
Phone (1)_____________________________________Phone (2)
Other allergies, medication allergies, medical conditions: _______
Approximate Weight ____lbs.
DO NOT HESITATE TO ADMINISTER MEDICATION OR TAKE THE CHILD TO A MEDICAL FACILITY EVEN
IF THE PARENTS CANNOT BE REACHED!
This student may _____ may not _____ self-administer epinephrine auto injector.
Medication Located: _____ Nurse’s Office ______Classroom _____With Student_____Other (Specify)
Physician’s Printed Name Physician’s Signature
TRAINED DELEGATE _________________________________ Room #________________
Abuse of Substances (Alcohol, Drugs, Smoking) This Policy addresses the following categories of substance: b) Prescribed/over the counter medicines c) Solvents d) High caffeine based products and stimulants e) Smoking At Bruton School for Girls we abhor the misuse of substances, and their illegal supply. The School is committed to the Health and Safety of its pupils, and will take