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Addressing the crucial area of medication within the domiciliary setting, this title will cover the key elements staff should be aware of when dealing with medication. Mapped to Common Induction Standards, NVQ learning points and the new Skills for Care Knowledge Set this will prove to be an invaluable training resource. Beginning with an explanation of the legislation that will affect care workers and continues by explaining the role and responsibilities of the carer this title is a vital tool for managers and trainers who need to deliver training in this important area of service delivery. Consultant: Elaine Bartlett Bpharm, MRPharmS, Specialist Consultant Pharmacist Former Medication Inspector Peer Review: Boots the Chemist Standards: Skills for Care Common Induction Standard 3.6 Skills for Care Medication KSS Care Council for Wales Induction Section 4.2.10 Health & Social Care NOSNVQ Units 221, 236 & 375 Subjects covered include: An introduction to legislation ? roles, responsibilities and boundaries ? types of medicine ? ways medicines are administered ? safe practice ? maintaining medication records Supporting Material: Lesson plan for induction including induction exercises. Lesson plan for KSS level training Duration: 32 minutes in DVDvideo in 9 sections to be used in a suggested half day training session.

Addressing the crucial area of medication within the domiciliary setting, this title will cover the key elements staff should be aware of when dealing with medication. Mapped to Common Induction Standards, NVQ learning points and the new Skills for Care Knowledge Set this will prove to be an invaluable training resource. Beginning with an explanation of the legislation that will affect care...

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