This introductory course will be held entirely online and is designed to train unlicensed personnel to administer medication in a variety of health care settings. The course meets the curriculum standards established by the Minnesota Board of Nursing for the training to become a Trained Medication Aide (TMA).
The course will entail a combination of studying at your own pace along with mandatory weekly Zoom meetings for skill sign offs and exams
Students will study the legal requirements, safety measures, terminology, body systems, and the use of references related to the administration of medication. Students will study actions, dosages, toxic symptoms and special considerations of commonly prescribed medications. Students will also study and practice the administration of oral, topical, optic, ophthalmic and rectal forms of medication in a lab setting.
Prerequisites: Students must be 18 years or older to register and they must provide a copy of their current Minnesota CNA license prior to the start of class.
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Dates: June 8 - July 23, 2021
**Please be sure we have the correct shipping address on file for you. We will be shipping the MedPass Testout Kit and the book directly to you.**
Completely Online via the Continuing Education and Customized Training D2L site: https://cect.learn.minnstate.edu/ (separate from the Academic D2L site) and weekly mandatory Zoom meetings.
- Must be 18 years or older to register
- Eligibility: Students must be a Nursing Assistant on the Nursing Assistant Registry.
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