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Nursing associate drugs guidance aims to ‘calm the waters’ (USA)

May be not all yet know that:

"A broader focus on the range of high risk medicines that nursing associates will be expected to give, rather than just controlled drugs, will “calm the waters” among the profession, according to senior nurses behind new guidance on medication."

But not just seeing this makes me think... But I just trying to understand how this one is just like most important what happend around? At least most noticable? Isn't there nothing more important about CNA?

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Employer must name safety critical drugs given by nursing associates
2018-02-21 00:06:33,


Never you know what is important and what is not. May be you will find it neither interesting, neither important... But still I found that this one is worth few seconds of attention

"Trainee nursing associates must be given adequate supervision when learning about medicines management but employers should name any “safety critical” drugs those in the new role will be expected to administer once qualified, new guidance from Health Education England states."

I'm going to serf web for a little bit more - will write back here if I will find anything interesting. But not so much happens in CNA these days
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