Medication Aide

This course with a NC Board of Nursing approved instructor prepares students to meet the training requirements to become qualified as a Medication Aide. Students will learn the Six Rights of Medication Administration for Non-Licensed Personnel. Topics will include medication administration via the oral, topical and instillation routes, medical asepsis, hand hygiene, terminology and legal implications.  By successfully completing this course students will be prepared to take a state approved Medication Aide Competency Evaluation to be listed on the State Medication Aide Registry. The scope of practice of the Medication Aide is limited to the technical aspects of medication administration.

Pre-Requisite
To register for this class, you must have a valid Nurse Aide I listing in North Carolina with no substantiated findings.

Program Outline
This program has 1 class:

PHM 4100A3 Medication Aide (24 hours)

Contact Hours: 24 Hours

Industry-recognized credential: NC Department of Health and Human Services

Complete in: 1 month or less

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Course Details & Registration Information

Medication AidePHM-4100A3
This course, taught by an NC Board of Nursing-approved instructor, allows students to meet the requirements for becoming qualified as a Medication Aide. The course covers the Six Rights of Medication Administration for Non-Licensed Personnel, and topics include medication ad...
Medication Aide Instructor TrainingPHM-4900A3
This course is designed to meet the training requirement to become a Medication Aide Instructor. Upon successful completion an individual is eligible to apply for certification listing with the North Carolina Board of Nursing.
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