Naloxone Storage and Usage for Caregivers in Washington State (eLearning)
Our Naloxone Storage and Usage eLearning is designed specifically for caregivers in Washington State to equip them with essential knowledge and skills to respond to opioid overdose emergencies effectively. This comprehensive eLearning provides critical information on the storage and administration of naloxone, a life-saving medication for opioid overdoses.
Key Learning Objectives:
1. Understanding the Opioid Crisis: Gain knowledge about the opioid epidemic and emphasizing the importance of preparedness among caregivers.
2. Introduction to Naloxone: Learn about what naloxone is, how it works, and its role in reversing opioid overdoses.
3. Safe Storage: Explore best practices for storing naloxone safely, ensuring it's accessible during emergencies while keeping it out of reach of children.
4. Recognizing Overdose Signs: Learn to identify the signs of an opioid overdose, empowering you to take swift and informed action.
5. Naloxone Administration: Master the step-by-step process of administering naloxone, including dosage and techniques.
6. Legal and Reporting Requirements: Understand the legal aspects of possessing and administering naloxone, as well as reporting an overdose incident.
7. Training and Resources: View a realistic scenario to help gaining hands-on experience in administering naloxone and find out about resources available to acquire Naloxone.
8. Certification: Successfully complete the course and receive a certification, validating your knowledge and preparedness to handle opioid overdose situations.
By the end of this eLearning, caregivers in Washington State will be equipped with the necessary skills and confidence to respond effectively in opioid overdose emergencies, potentially saving lives. This course emphasizes the importance of naloxone storage and usage, ultimately contributing to the safety and well-being of children in out-of-home placement.
- 1.00 ParticipationParticipants should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.