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Re: The professor obeys the Guideline and watches the child die: Terese Tinoo
Peter Allen wrote:
You are a teacher. If your student is having an anaphylactic reaction and they left their EpiPen at home, would you borrow another child’s?’
In WA ASCIA changed legislation to allow schools to have an epipen that could be used in just this situation.
Legally the school is allowed to have an epipen that is not allocated to an individual, and teachers can use the epipen without fear of legal ramifications.
Re: Pseudo changes : David Haworth
re the new pseudo regs either/or ? My understanding is dispense as s3 on computerised and online at Project Stop as well. My compatriot has told me the Guild has informed him Project Stop is OK by itself as long as he gives it ref number 123456 or some made up number.
I just checked and there is no field in Project Stop to put a bogus number.
That suggests to me that using Project Stop to fulfill the SR3 requirement, which is what many pharmacies are doing in this state, does not cut it. Perhaps the Guild would like to issue some state based advise?
I like the QLD method of recording in dispense software, and charging approriately.
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