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Who is Meditrax?
Meditrax is Australia's leading aged care medication management review and education provider.
Meditrax conducts residential medication management reviews (RMMRs) according to best practice guidelines. Meditrax provides a comprehensive range of Quality Use of Medicines (QUM) services supporting aged care homes with medication management and accreditation.
The best resources
Meditrax have developed a wide range of products relating to mediation and disease state management, protocols, policies and procedures. Examples of these resources include risk management manuals, laminates and education kits. These are available for purchase in the Meditrax online store.
Come along to our Meditrax 8th Annual Training Day, and hear the latest information and presentations on Wound Care, Diabetes Management, and Respiratory Disease. Earn up to 12 CPE/CPD points. Morning & afternoon tea and lunch provided.
Location: Novotel Sydney Brighton Beach, Cnr Grand Pde and Princess St, Brighton-Le-Sands, New South Wales, Australia
Training Day Cost: Meditrax clients $279
Register & pay before 10/03/16
Contact us for more details on (02) 9819 0600
or email firstname.lastname@example.org for a registration form.
Meditrax are pleased to announce that we will be exhibiting at the LASA National Congress 2015. The conference will be held at the Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre from the 11-13th October 2015. Come and visit us at booth 80 where you can learn more about Meditrax services, what we can do for you or your aged care facility, or view some of the excellent medication management resources Meditrax has to offer.
Are you looking for a policy regarding Cytotoxics?
Look no further with this 2nd edition of the Cytotoxic Risk Management Manual available in the online store
The newly updated Cytotoxic and Other Hazardous Drugs in Aged Care Homes manual provides comprehensive information on the different types that are available, consideration regarding the safe handling and labelling of any such products as well as guidelines for waste management of hazardous medications.
It is important that resident’s hazardous medications (including cytotoxic medications) are managed safely, not only to minimise the risks to the resident themselves, but also to the nursing staff providing care as well as any staff who may be in contact with any waste products including laundry and cleaning staff.
Recently updated laminates
- Storage Guidelines for Commonly Used Medications, Oct 2014 available in the online store
- Bowel Management & Aperients, Sept 2014 available in the online store
- Managing Constipation, Sept 2014 available in the online store
- Do Not Crush – Common Medications Which Cannot be Crushed, July 2014 available in the online store
Meditrax double-sided laminates are excellent resources that are a cost effective, convenient reference point for staff