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legislation that governs the use of medication in social care settings
Weegy: The Royal Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain (RPSGB) published the revised guidance for the handling of medicines on 16.10.07. [ It replaces The administration and control of medicine in care homes and children’s services (RPSGB 2003) and has been produced in a user-friendly format using plain language. The revision has taken into account issues now facing the wide range of care settings.The purpose of this guidance is to provide professional pharmaceutical advice for people who are involved in handling medicines. The document provides professional pharmaceutical guidance on good practice in the handling of medicines in social care – it is not a comprehensive guide to the legislation. A set of general principles is promoted aimed to ensure safety. The guidance includes: Key principles that underpin the safe and appropriate handling of medicines. It explains how these apply in specific services, including residential care homes, secure accommodation, foster care and domiciliary care Practical procedures and methods for handling medicines that represent good professional practice and cover all social care settings General aspects of medicines management relating to specific care services The medicine’s toolkit: Policies, systems, procedures and devices for consideration when implementing measures for handling medicines The guidance includes: Key principles that underpin the safe and appropriate handling of medicines. It explains how these apply in specific services, including residential care homes, secure accommodation, foster care and domiciliary care Practical procedures and methods for handling medicines that represent good professional practice and cover all social care settings General aspects of medicines management relating to specific care services The medicine’s toolkit: Policies, systems, procedures and devices for consideration when implementing measures for handling medicines ] (More)
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