School and student health care doctor's check-ups
- Public service
Extensive health examinations
- The aim is to support and maintain the child's health
- The aim is to provide a comprehensive picture of the child's/young person's life situation and factors that affect his or her health and future, so that problems may be addressed as early as possible.
- Review of resources and concerns: public health nurse's views + teacher's views + student welfare experts' views + the pupil's views + the parent's views + the doctor's views
- Parents' concerns are often reflected on their children as well. The extensive health examinations aim to consider these as well. If necessary, the parents are directed towards further treatment.
- A follow-up plan is compiled together with the child and his or her parents.
o What is going well
o What ought to be changed. Possible need for tests, statements, follow-up, etc.
o Possible need for outside help
o >> steering towards possible further tests and treatment
Student health care examinations, including call-up examinations, preparation of certificates required for studying, contraception matters
Examinations based on individual needs, which are prioritised over periodic examinations. For example:
- appointment with a doctor based on concerns raised by student welfare experts (need for special support)
- health examinations of special needs pupils
- examination of pupils and students exposed to tuberculosis
- health examinations of immigrants in special situations (note that an interpreter is always requested if required)