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  1. Module 5: Consultation

    You should be able to demonstrate understanding after this section, the Important safeguards for vulnerable individuals; Consultation decision makers.
  2. Module 4: Treatment on the Basis of 'Best Interest'

    After reading this part, you must demonstrate that you understand the importance of development and consultation in assessing a patient's "best interests"
  3. Module 3: Assessment of Capacity

    Following the completion of this section, you should be able to demonstrate that you have an understanding of When it is required to do a capacity assessment; Considerations to make while conducting the assessment; and The significance of keeping records.
  4. Module 2: Principles

    After you have finished reading this part, you should be able to demonstrate that you have an understanding of the following: Consider the five primary elements that make up the Mental Capacity Act.
  5. Module 1: Introduction

    After reading this section, you should be able to describe who is affected by the Mental Capacity Act and why it was passed.
  6. Brief Description of Mental Capacity Act

    The "Mental Capacity Act" course discusses rules protecting mentally ill or disabled people who cannot make decisions. Participants study the Mental Capacity Act's concepts and provisions to handle complex legal and ethical issues involving vulnerable people's decision-making.
  7. Module 4: Issuing Prescriptions

    After finishing this section, you should understand the following: The proper way to obtain repeat prescriptions; what needs to be checked before a repeat prescription is generated; the seven-day prescription process; the cost to the National Health Service (NHS) in the event that seven-day prescriptions are incorrectly issued.
  8. Module 11: Summary

    Angela Markham oversees the prescription lead team at The Black Country Family Practice in Tipton, responsible for adding medication to patients' prescription screens through hospital discharge letters, consultant letters, and computer system amendments. She has reauthorization rights to reauthorize medication and schedule review appointments for urgent cases, with the consent of the GP.
  9. Module 5: Nursing/Care Homes Repeat Requests

    After reading this section, you should have a better understanding of the following: how to handle prescriptions from care homes; potential problems with repeat prescriptions given to nursing homes and assisted living facilities.
  10. Module 3: Responsibilities

    After reading this section, you should be aware of the following: the obligations of the organisation; the daily duties of a prescription clerk; the factors to be taken into account before writing a repeat prescription; the fact that adjustments are permitted without a referral; and the advantages of synchronisation