TUM202 Therapeutic Use of Medicines Quiz and Poster Making
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Developing a sound understanding of the principles of medication administration, is essential to providing safe, appropriate and responsive quality nursing practice (NMBA RN Standard for practice 6).
This quiz will test your knowledge and ability to retain, and recall information. This quiz will also test your ability to apply theory learnt, into clinical situations.
This can help you identify areas where you may need to focus some more study time, to improve your understanding of the information in Module 1.
This Online Quiz will comprise of a mixture of question types including the following; multiple choice, true/false, matching, and short answer questions.
- Review the learning resources for weeks 1-3 before undertaking the Online
- Please access the quiz using a suitable device for example a PC, or Laptop computer, and ensure you have a stable internet connection prior to opening the quiz
- You will have only one (1) attempt and 45 minutes to complete the
- The Online Quiz attempt will shut down at 45 minute
- If you leave the quiz for a period of time prior to completion, there will be a forced
- Questions are required to be answered using your own words, and not copied from online, or other sources.
In this assessment, you will research and present your findings on a topic related to the therapeutic use of medicines. This information will be presented in a digital educational poster format.
Please refer to the Task Instructions for details on how to complete this task.
Registered Nurses play an essential role in educating patients, their carer’s, the community and other health care professionals about the therapeutic use of medicines. By utilising evidence?based resources relating to integrative pharmacology, and considering the principals of health literacy, the Registered Nurse can promote patient safety, and present information to their audience in a meaningful way.
By educating others, the Registered Nurse can assist in preventing medication related incidents, by equipping the audience with the knowledge do to things including; identifying, preventing and managing polypharmacy, potential adverse drug reactions, interactions and toxicity. Instructions
To complete this assessment task:
Students will be allocated one (1) topic for investigation and presentation, including the intended audience by the Subject Coordinator.
Examples of topics students can expect to be allocated include but are not limited to:
• Adverse Drug Reactions
• Drug – Drug Interactions
• Drug – Food Interactions
• Medication Adherence
• Antimicrobial Resistance
• Medication Errors
• Medication Quality and Safety Frameworks