Quality Use of Medicines in Practice (NURS5077)
UNIT OF STUDY
With reference to one of the central objectives of Australia's National Medicines Policy, the Quality Use of Medicines (QUM), students will focus on developing skills related to selecting management options wisely considering the risk and benefit to the consumer, choosing suitable medicines if a medicine is considered necessary and using medicines safely and effectively. Students will explore the regulatory framework associated with medication management and focus on clinical pharmacological therapies relevant to their specialist area of practice as an advanced practitioner.
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distance education/intensive on campus, up to 4 study days
online modules and case study activities (50%) and assignment (50%) and satisfactory clinical performance
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