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HSG Medication Awareness

3 Hours (Approx)
Multiple Choice
HSGElearning066
4.6
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It is strongly recommended that users must complete classroom training first before undertaking this E-Learning refresher course.

Medication administration is an essential and key area of user/patient care. Healthcare workers are not only responsible for the safe delivery of medication but also upholding dignity, encouraging independence and respecting choices the service user/patient makes.

Who is this course for?

This is an excellent update for any member of the healthcare team who has the responsibility of receiving, storing, administering and disposing of medication.

Learning outcomes:

  • Identify relevant legislation
  • Understand the 8 R's of medication administration
  • Recognise common medication
  • Understand the importance of record keeping
  • Identify prescribed medication
  • Understand common errors that can occur

Course content:

  • Legislation
  • The 8 rights of medication administration
  • Classification & Types of medication
  • Routes into the body
  • Maintaining records - MARs
  • Prescribing Medication
  • Types & Reasons for errors
  • Storing & Disposing of medication
  • Self-Administration & supporting independence
  • Contra indications, allergies and overdoses
  • Monitoring Dosage Systems

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Once you complete your payment details you will receive an email that contains your username and password needed to access your online training portal.

HSG E-learning courses are straightforward and easy to use; however should you need assistance you can use our support section to find more help or contact us.

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This activity has been accredited by The CPD Standards office and equates to 3 hours of CPD.
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