This unit of competency describes the skills and knowledge required of Enrolled/Division 2 nurses to administer and monitor intravenous medications and their effectiveness for clients within the nursing context
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HLTEN519C administer and monitor medication in the nursing environment covers the knowledge and skills required of Enrolled/ Division 2 nurses to administer and monitor intravenous medications and their effectiveness for clients within the nursing profession.
This unit of competency describes the application of in-depth level of knowledge of anatomy and physiology required to analyse available health information in relation to specific services to be provided.
This unit of competency describes a detailed level of knowledge of anatomy and physiology required to confirm physical health status.
This unit of competency describes the skills and knowledge required in contributing to the care of the client with a chronic illness by performing nursing interventions that support the client's needs and assist in maintaining an optimal lifestyle.
Enrolled/Division 2 nurses apply contemporary wound management principles to the care of clients with varying types of wounds.
- Teacher: Jo Jones