Epilepsy Awareness & Emergency Medication (Buccal Midazolam) Training
This 3 hour training will provide you with a full understanding of epilepsy, the different seizure types and the impact epilepsy has on learning and behaviour.
Training includes the use of emergency medication for prolonged seizures (buccal midazolam) and sets out the principles and safety aspects that relate to administration. A practical demonstration on how to give emergency medications will be carried out and you will have the opportunity to practice in a simulated situation.
A variety of teaching and learning methods are used including group workshops and case studies. Video footage of different seizure types is also included.
- What is epilepsy
- Different seizure types
- Management of seizures
- Treatment and side effects
- Risk assessment and promotion of safety
- Effects on learning
- Inclusion and adjustments
- Health care plans
- Emergency medication (buccal midazolam)
- Practical demonstration of administration
Our fun and interactive training programmes are delivered by highly experienced Registered Nurses who combine real life experience with evidence based practice.
A Certificate of Attendance is awarded on completion of the course and is valid for 1 year.
Delivered in the work place on a date and time that suits you.