The Epilepsy Nurses Association (ESNA) has launched best practice guidelines for carers who administer buccal midazolam for epilepsy patients. The assessment is available to purchase for just £5 from the link below.
About the Epilepsy Assessment
The Epilepsy Nurses Association (ESNA) has launched best practice training guidelines for carers administering buccal midazolam for epilepsy patients in the community.
To support the implementation of the guidelines, our team have created an online assessment tool to ensure best practice is maintained in social care organisations when administering buccal midazolam.
Our assessment is suitable for staff providing care or support to individuals with epilepsy who have already completed face-to-face training and need to demonstrate they have absorbed the required knowledge to provide a high quality service.
Please note, this is an assessment not a training course. ESNA strongly recommend that training is carried out by a qualified face-to-face trainer before carrying out this assessment.
Statutory & Mandatory Training: Non-Clinical Package
Staff working in a healthcare environment need to ensure that they undertake statutory training to ensure they are able to do their job safely.
The course gives practitioners an understanding of the causes and contributory factors of skin pressure damage, and how they can work to avoid this happening.
Statutory & Mandatory Training: Clinical Package
Staff working in a healthcare environment need to ensure that they undertake statutory training to ensure they are able to do their job safely. This training package is designed to provide effective learning for staff to ensure they understand how to work safely in a healthcare environment.