Specialized Family Care Program

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Medication Administration Protocol, Medical Terminology & Abbreviations Route and Dosage Forms, Physical Assessment and Abbreviations Terms

     
  • Category: Refresher Training – Part II 
  • Materials: Medication Administration Guide Document Section 11, 111, IV, V 
  • Goal: Specialized Family Care Provider follows protocol for administering medication and can identify abbreviations for medical/drug terminology. 
  • Credit Hours: 1/2 Hours 
  • Date Developed: June 2010 
  • Developed by: Donna McCune, SFC Program

Training Objectives:

     
  1. Specialized Family Care Provider will learn the protocol for medication administration 
  2. Specialized Family Care Provider will learn the importance of maintaining a daily log for recording medication information 
  3. Specialized Family Care Provider will learn the common abbreviation for medication administration 
  4. Specialized Family Care Provider will learn the routes by which medication is administered 
  5. Specialized Family Care Provider will learn common abbreviations which are used for physical assessments

Training Procedures:

     
  • *Provider initiated self-study. Alternate formats of the study materials are available upon request. (View Course Materials
  • Test completed by Provider (Take the Test Below) 
  • Review of test responses by Family Based Care Specialist and Provider