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College Drug Cards 
Patient medication card rubric
Rubric Code: Q248324
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Subject: Nursing  
Type: Assignment  
Grade Levels: Undergraduate

Powered by iRubric Rubric Grading: Medication Cards
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20 pts

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15 pts

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5 pts

Medication Name

Brand & Generic

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Uses all Generic and Brand names of the particular drugs.
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Uses one generic and one Brand names.
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Neither the generic nor brand names are used.
Classification

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Identifies all the therapeutic and pharmacological classifications of the medications.
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Identifies some of the therapeutic or pharmacological classifications of the medications.
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Identifies none of the therapeutic or pharmacological classifications of the medications.
Use of Medication

Describes the priority reasons this medication would be prescribed and accurately states why a patient would receive this medication.

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Accurately reports the 2-3 main uses for this medication and why the patient is receiving the medication
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accurately reports the 2-3 main uses for medication or accurately reports why the partient is receving the medication
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Provides inaccurate uses for the medication and/or why the patient is receving the medicaiton
Dosage

Normal Dosage Range for the route this medication is ordered. Onset, peak and duration for ordered dose.

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Completely describes the action effects including therapeutic effect of medication. Onset, peak and duration. Pt. dose accurately identified with normal range documented.
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Partially describes action effects including therapeutic effect of medication. Onset, peak and duration Missing pt dose or normal dose range information
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Minimal action effects are described, peak , onset, & duration or none. Pt dose and normal range incomplete or missing
Contraindications and Side effects

Accurately describes the 2-3 most common contraindications and the most common side effect not including nausea, vomiting and diarrhea.

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Completely describes the 2-3 most common reasons you would not prescribe this medication and accurately prioritizes the 2-3 most common side effects looking at all body systems, drug-drug and drug-food interactions.
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Incompletely describes the 2-3 most common reasons you would not prescribe this medication and accurately prioritizes the 2-3 most common side effects looking at all body systems, drug-drug and drug-food interactions.
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Does not describe or inaccurately describes the 2-3 most common reasons you would not prescribe this medication. Chose N, V, D and/or did not pick the high priority side effects.




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