The accredited course you need to support a person with diabetes and understand their medicines.
Safe Handling of Medicines (Practical) Workshop for Care Homes
For new or existing staff who want to supplement their Safe Handling of Medicines Foundation course learning with further practical administration tasks and recording exercises
About This Course
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- Course Information
This accredited and interactive workshop provides a practical approach to training with learners engaging in hands
on, practical activities that focus on adopting the correct procedures to reduce the likelihood of errors. After this
session, you will feel confident to:
- Use the correct, safe procedures for handling medicines
- Administer tablets, capsules, liquids, eye drops, eye ointment, inhalers, creams and patches
- Record administration of medicines accurately
- Understand PRN protocols
- Identify problem areas with medicines and take action to reduce the likelihood of error
- Practice how to record on medication sheets including:
- Regular doses
- Medicines given late
- Variable doses
- Offering PRN medicines
- Other common scenarios
- Safe selection of medicines
- Practical administration of:
- Eye drops
- Complete a PRN protocol
- Spot the deliberate errors on medication record sheets
This course is:
- Accredited by the Royal Pharmaceutical Society
- Developed and presented by qualified Pharmacist trainers
- Compliant with current best practice
- Evidenced by a certificate of successful completion following an assessment at the end of the course
Comprehensive workbooks and resources are issued to all delegates.
£525 + VAT for up to 16 delegates
Delivered as virtual learning (via video conferencing system) or face-to-face training
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“By being accredited as a Royal Pharmaceutical Society training provider, Opus Pharmacy Services has demonstrated that it meets our recognised quality standards and provides the benchmark for the healthcare teams it supports…”
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