I just love how school nurses across the country are innovating and creating ways to reach their communities based on needs identified through COVID19. Here is another example of a school nurse answering the call to duty by creating an instructional video about Personal Protective Equipment otherwise known as PPE!
Thank you Liz for sharing your video, your expertise, talents, and passion for school nursing and protecting our communities.
Bio: Liz Pray started her school nursing career in the fall of 2014 with the Moses Lake School District. Prior to that, she worked in Family Practice for approximately 8 years along with agency nursing. Liz received her ADN from Big Bend Community College, BSN from Washington State University, and Masters in Nursing Education from Western Governors University in October 2015. Liz has been a member of the School Nurse Organization of Washington (SNOW) since the fall of 2014 and was the Committee Chair for the 2016 Spring Conference. Currently, she is serving on the SNOW Board of Directors as the Vice President.
Liz is a single mom with one son and in their downtime, they like to fish, archery hunt, and camp. Liz is involved in a lot of different activities in the community and volunteers in the summer as one of the Boy Scout Medical Officers for Camp Bonaparte, Camp Nurse for the Cub Scouts, and at Camp Leo as medical staff. She serves on the local Boy Scout Troop Council as Secretary, is a Certified Stroke and Turn Official for USA Swimming, and an AHA Certified Instructor. A couple of little known facts about Liz is that she is one of the first to volunteer to dress up in a fun costume at her schools for assemblies and she plays ice hockey with a team called the Goons.