Learning Center Classes
Classes are held at Korman Healthcare Pharmacy.
5783 W Erie St
Chandler, AZ 85226
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New Assisted Living Manager/Wellness Director
February 7 @ 11:00 am - 1:00 pm EST
This class is designed to orient new community leadership to pharmacy procedures,
effectively communicating with the pharmacy, managing cycle and refills, MAR and
eMAR integration with the pharmacy, ordering diabetic supplies and controlled
Well-trained medication technicians are an asset to any assisted living because they have fewer medication related events and are more efficient with time management. We would like to partner with you to help improve medication safety and resident satisfaction by offering medication classes specifically created for medication technicians working in assisted living communities.
Our in-person classes offer a distraction free environment that has a fully stocked demonstration medication cart plus multiple education tools and props to help provide the most realistic training possible. Classes for 10 or more may also be booked at your community by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Medication Storage class is only available online with a live teacher using Webex meetings. Medication technicians participating in an online class must have a laptop and the free Webex meetings app downloaded prior to registering for the class.
Medication Classes with Competency Testing
Medication regulations in assisted living – 2 hours
Reviews Article 8 Assisted living medication regulations and pharmacy regulations in Arizona.
Medication administration – 3 hours
Reviews proper administration of each route of medication including narcotics, responding to
medication errors, documentation, and medication refusal.
Medication management – 2 hours
Reviews the post hospitalization medication reconciliation process, medication calculations,
identifying high risk medications.
Medication errors and MAR documentation – 2 hours
This class is for medication technicians that may have had a medication error or want to improve
their skills in preventing medication related events.
High risk medications – 2 hours
Reviews medications that have higher associated risks such as anticoagulants, narcotics, insulin and diabetic agents, antipsychotics, antibiotics, electrolytes
Dementia Medications and Behaviors – 2 hours
Reviews commonly prescribed dementia medications including most effective time to administer,
watching for side effects and effectiveness and reporting changes in condition.
Insulin administration and diabetic care management – 2 hours
Medication Storage and Cart Management – 30 minutes – ***ONLINE ONLY ***