We can provide the following 3 Medication training courses, for more information on these courses, please call 07376 634655 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Safe Administration of Medication Full Day
On completion of training, successful candidates should be able to:
- Legal framework and carers stance when administering medication.
- Drug classification, medication names and labelling.
- Routes and types of medication.
- Principles of prescriptions.
- Homely remedies.
- Storage and disposal of medication.
- Self-administration and compliance aids.
- Medication contraindications, allergies, overdosing and side effects.
- Monitored Dosage Systems and medication abbreviations.
- Documentation and record keeping (Medications Administration Records).
- Missed doses, errors and covert administration of medication.
- Recognising and reporting changes in the service user.
Safe Administration of Medication Half Day
- Definitions / classification of medications
- Methods of administration
- Process of medicine management / organisation’s procedure
- Administration procedure
- Medication storage
- Medication disposal
- When things go wrong
Epilepsy and Buccal Midazolam
- Understanding seizures and epilepsy;
- To develop an understanding of;
- What Buccal Midazolam is and how it works;
- When Buccal Midazolam is used in epilepsy;
- The emergency action plan for epilepsy.
- Demonstrate and describe the correct procedure for the safe and effective administration of Buccal Midazolam;
- To recognise potential difficulties.