Reading Prescription Medication Labels

Prescription medication labels can be confusing to read, especially since there is no standard label pharmacies use. Give your patients or students lots of practice reading different styles of real looking prescription medication labels. Then have them fill out their own medicine list to keep track of what they are taking.
What you will get in this resource:

  1. 10 prescription labels from fictitious pharmacies
  2. Prescription medicine safety sheets for you to review with your patients or students.
  3. A medicine list for patients/students to practice reading their own medications and keep track of what they are taking
  4. Answer Sheets

This resource is great for SNF/hospital patients about to be discharged to home and life skills students.

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Created: Oct 21, 2019

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