Supporting Medication in Social Care Settings Distance Learning Pack
This easy to use distance learning pack covers all of the knowledge learning outcomes of the QCF Unit 'HSC3047 Principles of support for use of medication in health and social care settings'. Learners can then go on to complete the full unit HSC3047 by having their competence assessed in the workplace and gain a unit towards their Diploma in Health and Social Care.
£29.00 — £34.00
The Supporting Medication distance learning pack covers all of the knowledge Learning Outcomes of the QCF Unit ‘HSC3047 Principles of support for use of medication in health and social care settings’.
Supporting Medication is also available as a Trainer’s Pack from the ARC Shop or by contacting ARC Sales on 01246 555 043.
Is your organisation at risk of fines from CQC?
The CQC have national standards on safe management of medicines and if providers consistently fail to meet these standards then they can be subject to large fines.
Darlington Care Home fined £4000
A care provider which failed persistently to comply with national standards on the safe management of medicines has been issued with a fine of £4,000 by the Care Quality Commission.
Gateshead care home fined £8000
A care provider which failed persistently to comply with national standards required for the safe management of medicines and care and welfare of people using services, has been issued with two fines of £4,000 by the Care Quality Commission.
In November 2012 the CQC published a report that “found 27 per cent of health and social care providers inspected in the past 12 months were failing to meet minimum standards designed to protect patients from unsafe and poor quality care.” One of the main issues included poor medication management. Read more from the Independent