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Non Vocational Training

Pharmacology and Safe medication Administration – 16 hours

Course Description: This course presents an introductory overview of Pharmacology. Students learn the legislative acts and ethical issues related to medication administration, safety issues and medication errors, proper medication administration according to agency policies and procedures. They will be presented with an overview of the common medications of the respiratory, neurological, endocrine, musculoskeletal, digestive, and cardiovascular systems.

Module 1
Legislative Acts
Ethical Issues
Drug Processing
Principles of Safe Medication administration
Assignment – drug cards
Module 2
Anti-infective drugs
Respiratory System drugs
Circulatory System drugs
Psychotropic drugs
Endocrine system drugs
Musculoskeletal system drugs
Digestive system drugs
Final test

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  • Registrations Open: Keeping in mind the health and safety of our staff and students during the COVID-19 pandemic Freedom College continues to provide the PSW and DSW program classes online. Registrations for September 2021 intake are open.: November 1st 2020
  • COVID-19 Updates: In response to the increasing COVID-19 positive cases, Premier Doug Ford has moved Toronto into the grey “Lockdown” zone starting 23rd November, 2020. This decision has been taken to slow down the transmission rate and help keep the most vulnerable safe. The health and safety of our students and the Freedom College community is our number one priority. We have shared responsibilities in following the recommendations of the Government of Canada and Provincial and Local Public Health authorities. Freedom College is committed to meeting the measures outlined for as long as it is required by the Government.: November 23rd 2020