Enrolled House Bill (H)
Authored by: Rep. David Ober
Co-Authors: Rep. Steven Davisson, Rep. Jim Lucas, Rep. Vernon Smith
Sponsors: Sen. Patricia Miller, Sen. Ronald Grooms
  • Rep. David Ober
    Rep. David Ober

    Author

  • Rep. Steven Davisson
    Rep. Steven Davisson

    Co-Author

  • Rep. Jim Lucas
    Rep. Jim Lucas

    Co-Author

  • Rep. Vernon Smith
    Rep. Vernon Smith

    Co-Author

  • Sen. Patricia Miller
    Sen. Patricia Miller

    Sponsor

  • Sen. Ronald Grooms
    Sen. Ronald Grooms

    Sponsor

  • Sen. Lonnie Randolph
    Sen. Lonnie Randolph

    Co-Sponsor

  • Rep. David Ober
    Rep. David Ober

    Conferee

  • Rep. Vernon Smith
    Rep. Vernon Smith

    Conferee

  • Sen. Patricia Miller
    Sen. Patricia Miller

    Conferee

  • Sen. Lonnie Randolph
    Sen. Lonnie Randolph

    Conferee

  • Rep. Steven Davisson
    Rep. Steven Davisson

    Advisor

  • Rep. Edward Clere
    Rep. Edward Clere

    Advisor

  • Rep. Sue Errington
    Rep. Sue Errington

    Advisor

  • Sen. Ronald Grooms
    Sen. Ronald Grooms

    Advisor

  • Sen. Mark Stoops
    Sen. Mark Stoops

    Advisor

DIGEST

Epinephrine in institutions of higher education. Allows a postsecondary educational institution to develop a policy for the emergency administration of an auto-injectable epinephrine to a student, faculty member, or staff member under certain circumstances. Sets forth requirements for the policy and for those employees who act as trained designees and administer the epinephrine. Requires the state department of health to set forth guidelines for the policies. Allows a health care provider to write a prescription for epinephrine for a postsecondary educational institution and allows a pharmacist to dispense the prescription. Requires storage of the epinephrine in a safe location. Provides for civil immunity for licensed campus ... medical professionals, trained designees, and certain healthcare providers in the administration of epinephrine in compliance with the policy and guidelines.