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Administration of medication - guidelines and forms

For information on the use of medication, refer to the Student Health Care policy.

  • Long Term Use of Medication
    Long term use of medication will usually be documented in the student’s health care plan(s) for managing their health condition(s).
     
  • Short Term Medication
    Form 3 - Administration of Medication plan is available for managing the short term use of medication (e.g. antibiotics) for students who do not have an ongoing health condition and who therefore do not have a health care plan.

The following forms should be used for long term and short term use of medication (the standardised letter to parents form 11 can be used as an alternative to form 3 - Administration of Medication):

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