HBD Institute Seminar: Nursing Responsibility in Administration of Medications with Narrow Margin of Safety

Health Business Development (HBD Institute) 2nd seminar on

“Nursing Responsibility in Administration of Medications with Narrow Margin of Safety”

Date: July 30, 2010

Where: HBD Institute, Ground Floor, Philippine College of Surgeons Building 992 EDSA Quezon City

Speaker: Mr. Ruff Cajanding, RN

TOPICS:
1. Basic Pharmacology of Medications with Narrow Margin of Safety
Contents:

  • Review of Basic Nursing Pharmacology
  • Definition of Narrow Margin of Safety
  • Pharmacology of Medications with Narrow Margin of Safety

2. Nursing Responsibilities including calculations and dosages
Contents:

  • Calculation of drugs and dosages
  • Nursing responsibilities in administration of meds, including vasopressors and inotropes.

3. Hands on
Content:

  • Manipulation of infusion pumps

Objectives:
1. To develop nurse’s knowledge regarding management of clients who require medications with narrow margin of safety.
2. To develop psychomotor skills in performance of skills related to administration of medications with narrow margin of safety.

Target Audience: RN’s IV therapy license

Time frame: 4 – 5 hours of didactic and practical lecture, with demonstration.

Seminar Fee: PhP 800

Note:
– Reservation until July 24, 2010 will be given a discount (10% less)
– Seminar fee includes PM snacks and certificate

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