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Auto-Injectable Epinephrine Training

Auto injectable epinephrine in schools and certain entities, and asthma inhalers in schools.

Act 1108 of 2015 authorizes schools and certain entities to acquire and stock auto-injectable epinephrine.

Act 851 of 2019 authorizes schools to acquire and stock asthma inhalers.

A requirement of these laws is to obtain specific training for the administration of auto-injectable epinephrine and asthma inhalers. The training requirements for auto-injectable epinephrine may be via a physician's office or an approved training program. Please contact the Arkansas Department of Education for guidance on school requirements specific to asthma inhaler training.

List of approved epinephrine training programs:

The asthma inhaler training requirement for schools must be provided by an authorized health care professional. Below are the certificates:

Establishments administering auto-injectable epinephrine are required to submit a report to ADH. Click here for the report form.

Submit report forms to Arkansas Department of Health:

Rules Pertaining to Public Access to Auto-Injectable Epinephrine

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