MONITORING & ADMINISTRATION OF IV MEDICATIONS FOR THE ENROLLED NURSE


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  • Administering and monitoring IV medications in the nursing environment is part of the curriculum of the national Enrolled-Division 2 nursing program as determined within the Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF). Monitoring and Administration of Intravenous Medications, 1e covers the knowledge and skills that require practice and application in a clinical setting.

    It is essential for all trainees enrolled in HLTEN519C Administer and monitor intravenous medication in the nursing environment as part of the Diploma of Nursing. It incorporates all appropriate state and national legislation regarding scope of practice, according to ANMC review. In addition to this, the manual also includes ancillary material to save teacher time and enable students to revise theory outside of the classroom - the perfect practical manual – for class and clinical settings.

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Type: NURSING & HEALTH SCIENCES