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by JoshuaAdamsRN JoshuaAdamsRN (Member)

JoshuaAdamsRN specializes in Emergency, neonatal, pediatrics.

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Does anyone have a template or an example of a daily or weekly (preferably) MAR for campers' prescribed medications? Just checking to see before I make one myself...

-Josh

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kcangel is a LPN and specializes in pediatric, neonatal, ER/trauma, camp.

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yep, how do you want me to send it. It's in Word format.

Angie

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JoshuaAdamsRN specializes in Emergency, neonatal, pediatrics.

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That would be wonderful - just send me a private message.

Thank you =)

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Alex'sDad specializes in Camp nursing, long term care, home care.

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I'd like to see that too if you're still monitoring this thread!

Thanks!:specs:

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kcangel is a LPN and specializes in pediatric, neonatal, ER/trauma, camp.

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You want the daily med log? I'll see if I can find it.

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FireStarterRN is a BSN, RN and specializes in LTC, Med/Surg, Peds, ICU, Tele.

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What does the row/# column indicate?

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kcangel is a LPN and specializes in pediatric, neonatal, ER/trauma, camp.

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That's the way we have our kids bins lined up. Each box has an ID, for example A3 means row A, box 3. That's how we identify where their meds are kept. We write it down when they arrive and give us their meds so we know where to go to get their meds when they need them.

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