This guide runs through how to create a schedule for pupil medication in MEDI-BOOK.


1. First you must login to your MEDI-BOOK account (edu365.org.uk).

2. Select MEDI-BOOK from the bar at the top of the screen.

3. Now, select the Medicine Management menu.

4. Followed by Schedule Management.

5. Now you will have the Schedule Management menu on the screen.

6. By adding a schedule this enables the organisation to track when a pupil requires medication, if they require it on a regular basis.

7. When in Schedule Management, to add a new schedule for a pupil, click Add New Schedule (blue button in the top left of the screen).

8. You will now need to select the appropriate pupil and their assigned medication from the drop down list situated at the top of the menu that pops up on screen.

9. Once finished choosing the pupil and their assigned medication. You now need to select the date and time that it needs to be issued at, to do this select the Date/Time box and use the calendar/clock provided to set this up.

10. The next step is to add the additional schedule if the pupil requires one, for example if the pupil needs to take specific medicine for 3 days in a row. If this is the case, click the additional schedule drop down menu and select (x) days.

11. This will then bring up an extra field that asks “How many days?”, if the pupil requires the medicine for 3 days in a row, the user will need to set this to 2 days, this is because the original schedule time and date counts as the first day, so this will need to be accounted for.

12. If you choose the option (x) weeks, this is for when a pupil requires medication just once a week during school time. So if you put a 2 in the “How many weeks?” box when it appears, the medication will be scheduled for 3 weeks.

13. Once this is decided and complete, click the green Save Record button to save the schedule.

If a pupil has the same medication at multiple different points throughout the school day, the user will have to create multiple different schedules for this at the different times required.

Last Update: October 20, 2021  

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