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1 NAP 117 MEDICATION ASSISTANT COURSE APPROVED: JANUARY 12, 2012 EFFECTIVE: FALL

2 Prefix & Number NAP 117 Course Title: Medication Assistant Course Purpose of this submission: New Course New Change/Updated Retire If this is a change, what is being changed? Update Prefix Course Description (Check all that apply) Title Course Number Format Change Credits Prerequisite Competencies Textbook/Reviewed Competencies-no changes needed Does this course require additional fees? No Yes If so, please explain. Is there a similar course in the course bank? No Yes (Please identify) Articulation: Is this course or an equivalent offered at other two and four-year universities in Arizona? No Yes (Identify the college, subject, prefix, number and title: Is this course identified as a Writing Across the Curriculum course? No Yes Course Textbook, Materials and Equipment Textbook(s) Current edition Software/ Equipment Title Administering Medications Author(s) D. Gauwitz Publisher McGraw-Hill ISBN Cost $ Title Author(s) Publisher Nursing Assisting: A Foundation in Caregiving, 3 rd Edition Diana L. Dugan, RN Hartman Publishing, Inc. Cost $39.10 and workbook is $13.48 Course Assessments Description of Possible Course Assessments (Essays, multiple choice, etc.) Exams standardized for this course? Midterm Final Other (Please specify): Unit Tests Where can faculty members locate or access the required standardized exams for this course? (Contact Person and Location) Example: NCK Academic Chair Office 4 Unit Tests 1 Final Are exams required by the department? No Yes If Yes, please specify: rse%20guidelines%20and%20curriculum pdf Student Outcomes: Identify the general education goals for student learning that is a component of this course. Check all that apply: Method of Assessment

3 1. Communicate effectively. a. Read and comprehend at a college level. b. Write effectively in a college setting. Quiz and examination results. Documentation. 2. Demonstrate effective quantitative reasoning and problem solving skills. 3. Demonstrate effective qualitative reasoning skills. Drug dosages. Recognize abnormal vital signs and abnormal physical signs and symptoms knowing when to report to supervisor. 4. Apply effective methods of inquiry. a. Generate research paper by gathering information from varied sources, analyzing data and organizing information into a coherent structure. Uses basic principles of nursing process in administering medications which is documented in clinical evaluation. b. Employ the scientific method. 5. Demonstrate sensitivity to diversity a. Experience the creative products of humanity. b. Describe alternate historical, cultural, global perspectives. Attitudes regarding diversity is evaluated in clinical evaluation. Office of Instruction Use only: CIP Code: ONET Code: Minimum Qualifications:

4 COURSE INFORMATION Initiator: Linda Riesdorph, Janet Byrd, Diane Christoffer Date of proposal to Curriculum Sub-Committee: ; 1/2012 Effective Semester/Year Fall Spring 2012 Summer Prefix & Number: NAP 117 Full Title: (100 character limit) Medication Assistant Course Short Title: (30 character limit) Medication Assist. Course Catalog Course Description: This course provides basic background information and routine procedures that are essential for the safe administration of selected medications by experienced certified nursing assistants in a long term care facility. Content includes basic principles of medication administration, simple calculations, and categories of medications. Successful completion of the course and a pass on both the written and manual skills exam administered by the Arizona State Board of Nursing (AZBN) will meet the qualifications to become a certified medication assistant (CMA) and administer medications under the provisions of A.R.S , (Certified medication assistants; medication administration; delegation, at a long-term care facility under the supervision of a licensed nurse). SUN Course Number: Credit Hours: 4 Lecture Hours: 3 45 hours didactic Lab Hours: 4 15 hours of Laboratory 40 hours of clinical (3.6) Prerequisite(s) Worked as a certified nursing assistant for at least 6 months; have no outstanding complaints or restrictions on CNA certification Are at least 18 years old; Pass a screening math and reading comprehension test Earned a high school diploma, GED, or U.S. college or U.S. military credits or 12 years of education in an foreign country; o If educated in a non-english speaking country, a score of 76 on the ibt (internet-based TOEFL) or 6.5 overall and 7.0 on the speaking portion of the International English Language Test Service Academic Examination (IELTS) Co-requisite(s) Intended Course Goals By the end of the semester, students will be able to: 1. Explain the role of the certified medication assistants (CMAs) in Arizona including allowable acts, conditions, and restrictions. 2. Discuss principles, terminology, laws, and drug references as they apply to administration of medications.

5 3. Explain principles of medication action. 4. Explain principles of medication administration and nursing assistant care considerations when administering medications to clients of all ages. 5. Accurately calculate medication dosages. 6. Promote safe medication administration in health care facilities. 7.Discuss medication properties, uses, adverse effects, administration, and nursing assistant care of residents receiving the following types of medications: 7.A Vitamins, minerals, and herbs 7. B. Antimicrobials 7. C. Eye and ear medications 7. D. Skin medications 7. E. Cardiovascular medications 7. F. Respiratory medications 7. G. Gastrointestinal medications 7. H. Urinary system medications and medications to attain fluid balance 7. I. Endocrine/reproductive medications 7. J. Musculoskeletal medications 7. K. Nervous system/sensory system medications 7. L. Psychotropic medications

6 Course Competencies and Objectives By the end of the semester, students will be able to: Competency 1 Role of a Medication Assistant Objective 1.1 Discuss the legal requirements for medication assistants in Arizona Objective 1.2 Describe the medications that CMAs can administer in Arizona Objective 1.3 Describe Board of Nursing role in the regulation of medication assistants Objective 1.4 Explain the delegation process and the information a CMA would need to accept delegation Competency 2 Laws and Drug Reference Objective 2.1 List drug sources and uses Objective 2.2 Differentiate between different names for the same drug Objective 2.3 Demonstrate use of drug references Objective 2.4 Discuss drug legislation and how laws protect the public Objective 2.5 Apply legal, ethical, and caring behaviors when administering medications Competency 3 Principals of Medication Action Objective 3.1Describe the processes of drug absorption, distribution, metabolism, and excretion and resident education/care that will support the desired effects of drugs Objective 3.2 List and describe factors affecting drug action Objective 3.3 Distinguish between therapeutic effects and side effects of drug action Objective 3.4 Describe types of adverse reactions to drugs and nursing assistant responsibilities for each type of drug reaction Objective 3.5 Differentiate between drug dependence and drug abuse in residences and staff Competency 4 Explain principles of medication administration and nursing care consideration when administer medications to clients of all ages. Objective 4.1 Recall the effects of aging on body systems. Objective 4.2 Discuss pharmacokinetics in aged. Objective 4.3 Administer medication to elderly residents applying of safe med administration, resident rights, and knowledge of aging at may affect ability to take medications. Objective 4.4 Discuss affects of medication on children Competency 5 Medication calculation Objective 5.1 Recall common mathematical operations Objective 5.2 Recognize different system of measurement and when a licensed nurse needs to be involved. Objective 5.3 Write and define units of measurement for metric and household system. Objective 5.4 State common equivalents among measurement systems and use a conversion to convert between systems. Objective 5.5 Calculate the number of tablets or capsule to give when the available dose differs from the ordered dose. Objective 5.6 Calculate the amount of liquid medication to pour when the dose is ordered in units of mass. Objective 5.7 Verify a dosage calculation using conversions from one system to another. Competency 6 Promoting Safe Medication Administration Objective 6.1 Name common abbreviations associated with medication administration. Objective 6.2 List medication forms Objective 6.3 Describe routes for administering medications. Objective 6.4 Recognize the routes of medications that may be administered by CMA Objective 6.5 Document times using international time (military time). Objective 6.6 Describe the licensed nurse s responsibility to check the components of the medication order. Objective 6.7 Describe the ordering, packaging, storage, and disposal of drugs. Objective 6.8 Describe the documentation used to communicate medication orders Objective 6.9 Pour medications according to accept procedure Objective 6.10 Explain the 6 right of medication administration. Objective 6.11 Document medication administration Objective 6.12 Report and record observation Competency 7 Vitamin, Minerals, and Herbs

7 Objective 7.1 Identify fat soluble and water soluble vitamins, and minerals Objective 7.2 List one function of each vitamin and minerals. Objective 7.3 Discuss common herbal supplements, their uses, and potential dangers. Competency 8 Anti-microbials Objective 8.1 Discuss types of infection, immunity and persons at risk for infection Objective 8.2 Discuss consideration when administering antibiotics Objective 8.3 Differentiate major categories of antibiotics and the nursing assistant care and administration considerations associated with each type: penicillins, cephalosporins, tetracyclines mascroslides, aminoglycosides, sulfonimides and quinolones Objective 8.4 Discuss antiviral and the nursing assistant care associated with each type Objective 8.5 Demonstrate administration of medications to residents with transmission based precautions Competency 9 Eye and Ear Medications Objective 9.1 Describe the structure, function, of the eye and medication administration when administering eye medications Objective 9.2 Describe ear and structure, function of the ear and the effect of aging on auditory system Objective 9.3 identify common eye and ear pathology Objective 9.4 Identify common types of ear drops and eye medications Objective 9.5 Demonstrate administration of eye and ear medications Competency 10 Skin Medications Objective 10.1 Recall structure and function of the integumentary system Objective 10.2 Discuss symptoms of skin disorders Objective 10.3 Discuss major categories of topical medications Objective 10.4 Identify skin medication that should be administered by a licensed nurse Objective 10.5 Identify general principles for medicating the skin and associated nursing assistant care Objective 10.6 Demonstrate application of topical medications allowed Competency 11 Cardiovascular Medications Objective 11.1 Recall the structure and function of the cardiovascular system Objective 11.2 Discuss symptoms of cardiovascular disorders Objective 11.3 Identify characteristics of and nursing assistant activities associated with administration of common classifications of cardiovascular medications within CMA protocols to administer Objective 11.4 Administer oral cardiovascular drugs applying principals of safe drug administration to the resident and the drug being administered Competency 12 Respiratory Medications Objective 12.1 Recall structure and function of the respiratory system Objective 12.2 Discuss symptoms of the respiratory distress and common diseases of the respiratory tract Objective 12.3 Apply principals of safe drug administration and nursing assistant care specific to the disorder when administering nasal and oral respiratory medications Competency 13 Gastrointestinal Medications Objective 13.1 Recall structure and function of the digestive system Objective 13.2 Discuss symptoms if digestive disorders and characteristics of common disorders of the digestive system Objective 13.3 Identify common classifications and characteristics of oral and rectal medications that affect the gastrointestinal system including drugs for bowel prep. Objective 13.4 Apply principles of drug administration and nursing care including potential drug interactions when administering oral and rectal that affect the gastrointestinal system Competency 14 Urinary Medications and Medication to attain fluid balance Objective 14.1 Recall structure and function of the urinary system Objective 14.2 Identify signs and symptoms of common disorders of the urinary system and imbalances of body fluids, electrolytes and acid balance Objective 14.3 Recall the principles of antibiotics and apply knowledge to treatment of urinary disorders Objective 14.4 Discuss properties of diuretics and oral electrolytes including administration of associated nursing assistant care

8 Competency 15 Endocrine medications/reproductive System Objective 15.1 Identify structure and function of the endocrine glands: pituitary glands, thyroid, pancreas and adrenal glands, reproductive system Objective 15.2 Discuss signs, symptoms and nursing care associated with the following endocrine disorders: diabetes mellitus, disorders of adrenal glands, thyroid disorders, and reproductive system disorders Competency 16 Musculoskeletal Medications Objective 16.1 Recall structure and function of the musculoskeletal system Objective 16.2 Discuss signs and symptoms, drug treatment, and associated nursing assistant principles for the following disorders: physical injuries, osteoporosis, bursitis, gout, osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis Objective 16.3 Administer drugs for disorders of the musculoskeletal system applying principals of care for residents with musculoskeletal disorders Competency 17 Nervous System/Sensory System Medications Objective 17.1 Recall structure and function of the nervous and sensory systems Objective 17.2 Discuss characteristics of nervous system disorders, drug treatment, and associated nursing assistant care: Parkinson s Disease, Myasthenia Gravis, Multiple Sclerosis, Epilepsy and Cerebral Vascular Accident Objective 17.3 Compare properties of drug classifications that affect the nervous system: Stimulants, Depressants including narcotic analgesics, anticonvulsants and anitparkinson agents Objective 17.4 Apply principles of drug administration from drugs affecting the central nervous system when administering medications. Objective 17.5 Discuss principles of administration of medications to treat pain Competency 18 Psychotropic Medication Objective 18.1 Identify signs and symptoms of major mental disorders Objective 18.2 Identify the signs and symptoms of major mental disorders: depression, psychosis, anxiety, bi-polar disorder Objective 18.3 Describe classifications of psychotropic drugs, their uses and associated nursing assistant activities Objective 18.4 Apply legal, ethical and nursing assistant caring behaviors when administering psychotropic drugs

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