Colorado school nurses could soon delegate over-the-counter drugs

You don’t need to be a school nurse to hand a kid some ointment. That’s the idea behind Senate Bill 33, which allows a professional school nurse to train someone at the school then delegate dispensing authority for over-the-counter medication. The bill passed the House Health, Insurance and Environment Committee unanimously on Thursday. It passed the Senate 34-0 on Feb. […]

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