For the record, I'm trained, certified, and licensed as an EMT-Basic. My level of training goes beyond the EMT-Basic to include limited medications and advanced airways, but that's it. I've been asked to administer Diastat to a student in the school setting, and I don't feel comfortable doing it. I know far too little about the drug, and am concerned about my lack of tools needed to monitor the student's condition after administering the medication. I'm most concerned about potential liability as an EMT-Basic carrying out a skill beyond my normal scope of practice. I've been trained in the administration of insulin, Glucagon, Epi (auto-injector), and a few others, but I just don't feel comfortable admistering diazepam without medication direction or tools. Am I making a big deal out of nothing?