Year 3 Meds Standards Practice Qs
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As a registrant, if you make a medication error, you must:
How should medication errors be reported?
As a registrant, if a patient experiences an adverse drug reaction to a medication, you must:
What is an adverse drug reaction?
Who are the MHRA and what is their role?
How is reporting of adverse drug reactions carried out?
What is 'duty of candour'?
If something goes wrong, concerning duty of candour, HCPs must:
What are the responsibilities of the nurse re: compliance aids?
Is it acceptable to disguise medications (covert administration)?
Should medication be crushed? Why? / What should be considered?
You have received a text message from a patient. What should you include in your documentation and how should you maintain confidentiality?
Describe the Medicines Act 1968.
Describe the Misuse of Drugs Act 1971.
Describe the Misuse of Drugs Regulations 2001.
Briefly outline the 5 schedules re: CD regulations.
Discuss requisitioning of CDs. Discuss stationery, stock lists and CD orders (requisitions).
Discuss the receipt of CDs and the processes that should be followed when CDs are delivered to the ward.
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