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6-Hour Training Course for Adult Care Homes

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 Department of Health and Human Services

Division of Health Service Regulation

Center for Aide Regulation and Education

Adult Care Licensure Section

The Medication Administration: 5-hour Training Course for Adult Care Homes was developed as a joint effort by the Center for Nurse Aide Education and Regulation and Adult Care Licensure Section of the Division of Health Service Regulation, Department of Health and Human Services.

The curriculum for the 5-hour training course was adapted from the Medication Administration: A Medication Aide Training Course developed by the  Department of Health and Human Services and the North Carolina Board of Nursing.

CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT

Center of Aide Education and Regulation, Division of Health Service Regulation

Adult Care Licensure Section, Division of Health Service Regulation

 Department of Health and Human Services

 

Course Features

  • Lectures 96
  • Quizzes 1
  • Duration 6 hours
  • Skill level All level
  • Language English
  • Certificate Yes
  • Assessments Self
  • Medication Administration

    • Lecture 1.1 Introduction Preview
    • Lecture 1.2 Pre-requisite for Students Locked
    • Lecture 1.3 Medication Aide Course Training Requirements and Directions for Use Locked
    • Lecture 1.4 Student Manual Locked
    • Lecture 1.5 Course Objectives Locked
    • Lecture 1.6 Course Schedule Locked
    • Lecture 1.7 Prerequisite Skills Review and Validation Locked
  • Section 1

    • Lecture 2.1 Basic Medication Administration Information/Terminology Preview
    • Lecture 2.2 Teaching Guide Locked
    • Lecture 2.3 Abbreviations Locked
    • Lecture 2.4 Common Routes of Medication Administration Locked
    • Lecture 2.5 Common Dosages Forms of Medications Locked
    • Lecture 2.6 Intro to Equipment and Supplies for Medication Administration Locked
    • Lecture 2.7 Six Rights of Medication Administration Locked
    • Lecture 2.8 Medication Errors Locked
    • Lecture 2.9 Medication Administration and Resident’s Rights Locked
    • Lecture 2.10 Medication Allergy Locked
    • Lecture 2.11 Recognizing Side Effects Locked
    • Lecture 2.12 Medication Resources or References Locked
  • Section 2

    • Lecture 3.1 Medication Orders Locked
    • Lecture 3.2 Teaching Guide Locked
    • Lecture 3.3 Definition of an Order Locked
    • Lecture 3.4 Components of an Order Locked
    • Lecture 3.5 Telephone and Verbal Orders Locked
    • Lecture 3.6 Forms commonly used to Document Medication Orders Locked
    • Lecture 3.7 FL-2 Locked
    • Lecture 3.8 Physician’s Order Forms Locked
    • Lecture 3.9 Medication Administration Records (MARs) Locked
    • Lecture 3.10 Medication Labels Locked
  • Section 3

    • Lecture 4.1 Medication Administration Locked
    • Lecture 4.2 Teaching Guide Locked
    • Lecture 4.3 Infection Control/Standard Precautions Locked
    • Lecture 4.4 Hand Hygiene Preview
    • Lecture 4.5 Gloves Locked
    • Lecture 4.6 Injection Safety Locked
    • Lecture 4.7 Medication Administration Supplies Locked
    • Lecture 4.8 Right Resident: Identifying Residents Locked
    • Lecture 4.9 Right Medication/Right Dose/Right Route/Right Time: Locked
    • Lecture 4.10 Medication Administration Record and Medication Label Locked
    • Lecture 4.11 Right Documentation: Medication Administration Record Locked
    • Lecture 4.12 Unique Situations to do Prior to Administration of Medications Locked
    • Lecture 4.13 Vital Signs Locked
    • Lecture 4.14 Crushing Medications Locked
    • Lecture 4.15 Administering Medications: Medication Routes Locked
    • Lecture 4.16 General Medication Administration Locked
    • Lecture 4.17 Oral Medication Administration Locked
    • Lecture 4.18 Sublingual Medication Administration Locked
    • Lecture 4.19 Oral Inhalant Locked
    • Lecture 4.20 Eye Medication Administration Locked
    • Lecture 4.21 Ear Medication Administration Locked
    • Lecture 4.22 Nasal Medication Administration Locked
    • Lecture 4.23 Transdermal Medication Administration Locked
    • Lecture 4.24 Topical Medication Administration Locked
    • Lecture 4.25 Injection Medication Administration (Optional) Locked
  • Section 4

    • Lecture 5.1 Ordering, Storage and Disposal of Medications Locked
    • Lecture 5.2 Teaching Guide Locked
    • Lecture 5.3 Ordering Medication Locked
    • Lecture 5.4 Medication Storage Preview
    • Lecture 5.5 Controlled Substances Locked
    • Lecture 5.6 Disposal of Medications Locked
  • Section 5

    • Lecture 6.1 Medication Administration Checklists Locked
    • Lecture 6.2 Instructions for Completing the Medication Administration Checklists Locked
    • Lecture 6.3 Hand Hygiene (Skills #1-3) Locked
    • Lecture 6.4 General Medication Administration (Skills #4A & #4B) Locked
    • Lecture 6.5 Oral Medication Administration (Skill #5) Locked
    • Lecture 6.6 Sublingual Medication Administration (Skill #6)) Locked
    • Lecture 6.7 Oral Inhalant (Skill #7) Locked
    • Lecture 6.8 Eye Medication Administration (Skill #8) Locked
    • Lecture 6.9 Ear Medication Administration (Skill #9) Locked
    • Lecture 6.10 Nasal Medication Administration (Skill #10) Locked
    • Lecture 6.11 Transdermal Medication Administration (Skill #11) Locked
    • Lecture 6.12 Topical Medication Administration (Skill #12) Locked
    • Lecture 6.13 Injections Medication Administration (Skill #13 & #14) Locked
  • Section 6

    • Lecture 7.1 #1A Abbreviations Locked
    • Lecture 7.2 #1B Common Routes of Medication Administration Locked
    • Lecture 7.3 #1C Common Dosage Forms of Medications Locked
    • Lecture 7.4 #1D Six Rights of Medication Administration Locked
    • Lecture 7.5 #1E Medication Errors Locked
    • Lecture 7.6 #1F Resident’s Refusal to Take Medications Locked
    • Lecture 7.7 #2A Medication Orders Locked
    • Lecture 7.8 #2AA Medication Order (Answers) Locked
    • Lecture 7.9 #2B FL-2 (Blank) Locked
    • Lecture 7.10 #2C MAR (Blank) Locked
    • Lecture 7.11 #2D FL-2 (Transcription Activity) Locked
    • Lecture 7.12 #2E MAR (Transcription Activity Answers) Locked
    • Lecture 7.13 #2F Medication Labels Locked
    • Lecture 7.14 #3A Injection Safety: Diabetes & Viral Hepatitis Locked
    • Lecture 7.15 #3B Review of Measuring Devices Locked
    • Lecture 7.16 #3C Always and Never Locked
    • Lecture 7.17 #3D Measuring Tips Locked
    • Lecture 7.18 #3E Technique and Use of Oral Inhalers Locked
  • Section 7

    • Lecture 8.1 Activity #1 Hand Hygiene Locked
    • Lecture 8.2 Activity #2 Instructions for Glove Sizing Locked
    • Lecture 8.3 Activity #3 Gloves, Gloves, Gloves Locked
    • Lecture 8.4 Activity #4A, B, C Medication Administration Record Locked
  • References

    • Lecture 9.1 References Locked
  • Quiz - Medication Administration

    • Quiz 10.1 Quiz – Medication Administration Locked2 questions
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