content-left-bg.png
content-right-bg.png

School-based youth health nurse (SBYHN)

WebPartZone1_1
PublishingPageContent

The School-Based Youth Health Nurse (SBYHN) addresses concerns or problems about health and wellbeing by providing information and counselling on:

  • sexual health
  • drugs
  • alcohol
  • smoking
  • emotional issues
  • stress
  • personal and family problems
  • bullying
  • relationships
  • adolescent growth and development
  • health eating, weight and exercise
  • eneral health concernseneral health concerns

The SBYHN also:

  • conducts mental health assessments
  • coordinates the anti-bullying team
  • provides curriculum advice
  • presents workshops to classes
  • facilitates the 'Helping Friends' Program
  • assists with 'Be Me' and 'School’s Out' Programs
  • assists with vaccinations
  • connects students with external support services.

WebPartZone1_2
WebPartZone2_1
WebPartZone2_2
WebPartZone2_3
WebPartZone3_1
WebPartZone3_2
WebPartZone3_3
WebPartZone3_4
WebPartZone4_1
WebPartZone5_1
WebPartZone5_2
WebPartZone6_1
WebPartZone6_2
WebPartZone7_1
WebPartZone7_2
WebPartZone8_1
WebPartZone8_2
WebPartZone9_1
Last reviewed 16 April 2019
Last updated 16 April 2019