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Healthy Futures: Medication Administration in Early Education and Child Care Settings – Oklahoma Project. Peggy Byerly, M.S. Early Childhood Coordinator Child and Adolescent Health Maternal and Child Health Service Oklahoma State Department of Health.

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    1. Healthy Futures: Medication Administration in Early Education and Child Care Settings – Oklahoma Project Peggy Byerly, M.S. Early Childhood Coordinator Child and Adolescent Health Maternal and Child Health Service Oklahoma State Department of Health

    2. January 2010 – Oklahoma applied for funding made available by the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) Early Education and Child Care Initiatives Collaborative effort of health care, early education and child care professionals from: AAP Child Care Bureau State Administrators Early Childhood Comprehensive Systems Family Voices National Association of Child Care Resource and Referral Agencies Healthy Futures: Medication Administration in Early Education and Child Care Settings

    3. Collaborative effort (continued): National Association for the Education of Young Children National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners National Child Care Information and Technical Assistance Center National Resource Center for Health and Safety in Child Care and Early Education National Training Institute for Child Care Health Consultants Office of Head Start Healthy Futures: Medication Administration in Early Education and Child Care Settings

    4. In March 2010 seven states received the “Healthy Futures: Medication Administration in Early Education and Child Care Settings” funding: Arizona Arkansas Kansas Massachusetts Oklahoma Pennsylvania Washington Healthy Futures: Medication Administration in Early Education and Child Care Settings

    5. March 2010 – Funding awarded to Oklahoma Chapter AAP State Level Collaboration: Chapter Child Care Contact (CCCC) of Oklahoma Chapter, AAP Maternal and Child Health Service (MCH) including the ECCS Coordinator, Oklahoma State Department of Health Oklahoma Child Care Resource & Referral Association (OCCRRA) Healthy Futures: Medication Administration in Early Education and Child Care Settings

    6. Oklahoma’s Initial Planning Meeting: CCCC invited Nurse Child Care Health Consultants affiliated with the child care resource and referral agency and the Child Care Warmline, as well as MCH Staff Two Train-the-Trainer Sessions planned: - Oklahoma City - April 30, 2010 - Tulsa – May 7, 2010 - Workshops targeted medical professionals, e.g., Physicians, Nurse Practitioners, Nurses Sessions to be Co-Trained CCCC and Nurse Child Care Health Consultants Healthy Futures: Medication Administration in Early Education and Child Care Settings

    7. Maximum Participation per Workshop 15 Medical Professionals Target Population from: County Health Departments Head Start / Early Head Start Agencies Indian Health Services Child Care Resource & Referral Agencies Tribal Child Care Network Healthy Futures: Medication Administration in Early Education and Child Care SettingsImplementation

    8. Requirements after attending training: Offer a minimum of one class in local community Teach class by December 2010 Notify Oklahoma CCCC of your class and mail copy of sign-in sheet and evaluations Administer the AAP pre-test and post-test and mail to AAP Healthy Futures: Medication Administration in Early Education and Child Care SettingsImplementation

    9. Train-the-Trainer course in Oklahoma City April 30, 2010 Attended by nine medical professionals from six counties representing: Head Start & Early Head Start Public Health (county health departments) Child Care Resource and Referral Agencies OU Health Sciences Center (Clinic/Hospital) Healthy Futures: Medication Administration in Early Education and Child Care Settings

    10. Train-the-Trainer course in Tulsa May 7, 2010 Attended by ten medical professionals from four counties representing: Indian Health Services Public Health (county health departments) Head Start & Early Head Start Tribal Child Care Healthy Futures: Medication Administration in Early Education and Child Care Settings

    11. Medication Administration in Early Education and Child Care Settings Curriculum takes approximately five hours to teach and includes the following modules: Background Preparation How to Administer Medication Documentation Problem Solving Healthy Futures: Medication Administration in Early Education and Child Care Settings

    12. Supplemental Materials Oklahoma Provided: Summary of Medication Administration in OKDHS Licensing Requirements How to Dispose of Unused Medicines (from FDA Consumer Health Information) Good Health Handbook for Child Care Providers Additional Sample Forms Healthy Futures: Medication Administration in Early Education and Child Care Settings

    13. What is NOT Covered: Special medications (such as injectable or rectal) Clinical explanation of conditions being treated (such as asthma) Training on use of the EpiPen Insulin, glucagon and diabetes management Healthy Futures: Medication Administration in Early Education and Child Care Settings

    14. Trainers receive: Instructor’s Manual Box of a minimum of 15 Participant Manuals Flip chart activities AAP pre-tests, post-tests and envelopes Flash drive with all written materials, sample forms and videos Toolbox (Oklahoma specific) Reimbursement for cost of food /refreshments for 1st training event Healthy Futures: Medication Administration in Early Education and Child Care SettingsMaterials and Resources

    15. Knowledge: Each participant will be able to: Identify 3 reasons why medication is given in child care settings Identify common types of medication Describe ADA law and define liability Identify the members of the Responsibility Triangle Describe child care provider roles for giving medication in child care Healthy Futures: Medication Administration in Early Education and Child Care SettingsObjectives Example from Module 1

    16. Attitude: Each participant will be able to: State reasons that motivate child care providers to give medication State barriers that prevent child care providers from giving medication Express a desire to safely incorporate medication administration into local child care settings Healthy Futures: Medication Administration in Early Education and Child Care SettingsObjectives Example from Module 1

    17. Behavior: Each participant will: Take pre-test Participate in a brainstorm activity (Why Give Medication in Child Care?) Healthy Futures: Medication Administration in Early Education and Child Care SettingsObjectives Example from Module 1

    18. Supplies: Name Tags (pack of 20) Sharpie Fine Point Marker (for name tags) At least 1 Flip Chart Marker 10 ink pens 20 Cards of sticky dots 1 zip closed quart plastic bag Healthy Futures: Medication Administration in Early Education and Child Care Settings Toolkit Contents Inventory

    19. Antibiotic Suspension Prop: 5 Ezy-dose medicine droppers 5 Amber plastic bottles, 4 oz. (labeled Amoxicillin Susp Prop) 1 zip close quart plastic bag Antibiotic Tablet Prop: 1 Roll of Smarties candy tablets (labeled Amoxicillin tablet prop) 1 zip close quart plastic bag Healthy Futures: Medication Administration in Early Education and Child Care Settings Toolkit Contents Inventory

    20. OTC Topical Hydrocortisone Cream Prop: 5 Hand Lotion 2.5 oz. (labeled Aveeno Cream prop) 1 zip close quart plastic bag Measuring Devices Demo: 1 Ezy-dose measuring spoon 1 Medicine cup, plastic 1 3cc syringe 1 zip close quart plastic bag Healthy Futures: Medication Administration in Early Education and Child Care Settings Toolkit Contents Inventory

    21. One 16 inch Stanley Toolbox One USB Kingston Flash Drive 2 gb Flip Chart Pad Sign-in Sheet Course Evaluations Healthy Futures: Medication Administration in Early Education and Child Care Settings Additional Inventory

    22. Strong Partnerships already exist with: Maternal and Child Health Service Oklahoma Department of Human Services Child Care Licensing Oklahoma Child Care Resource and Referral Association Oklahoma Tribal State Child Care Network Smart Start Oklahoma Healthy Futures: Medication Administration in Early Education and Child Care SettingsExisting Resources

    23. Oklahoma plan offers excellent opportunity to reach large number of people Each TOT participant is required to offer a minimum of one training within their local community or region Trainers can and are encouraged to continue to offer the training as desired Child care requirements are in the revision process and there is interest in required Medication Administration training Healthy Futures: Medication Administration in Early Education and Child Care SettingsSustainability

    24. Minimum of one training per participant required A copy of sign-in sheets & evaluations to be submitted to CCCC Pre-tests and post-tests submitted to AAP Healthy Futures: Medication Administration in Early Education and Child Care SettingsSuccessful Measurement

    25. Training offered on April 30th and May 7th A total of 19 Instructors trained Audience consisted of Nurses, Pediatric Nurse Practitioners and Pediatricians Discussions regarding follow up with those who received the training Tier II template application available for trainers Trainers in the process of scheduling their training dates across the state Healthy Futures: Medication Administration in Early Education and Child Care SettingsCurrent Status

    26. Peggy Byerly, M.S. Early Childhood Coordinator Oklahoma State Department of Health peggycb@health.ok.gov (405) 271-4471 Healthy Futures: Medication Administration in Early Education and Child Care SettingsContact Information

    27. Acknowledgement Support of this presentation is provided by the Maternal and Child Health Service Title V Block Grant. Healthy Futures: Medication Administration in Early Education and Child Care Settings