Skip to Main Content
<< Back | Return to Main COMAR Search Page

8 records match your request.

FileAbstract
10.27.11.00.htm 10.27.11.00. Title 10 MARYLAND DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH Subtitle 27 BOARD OF NURSING Chapter 11 Delegation of Nursing Functions Authority: Health Occupations Article, §8-102, 8-205, 8-6A-01, 8-6A-03, 8-6A-05(a)4) and 8-6A-08(f)5) Annotated Code of Maryland
10.27.11.01.htm 10.27.11.01. 01 Exclusion from Regulations.. This chapter is not applicable to and does not restrict or limit:. A. Other health care practitioners who are authorized delegatory powers under their respective acts;. B. The gratuitous provision of care by self, family, or friends;. C. Provision of care by a child care provider employed in the child's home by the child's parent or by a child care provider licensed by the Child Care Administration under COMAR 07.04.01 (Family Day
10.27.11.02.htm 10.27.11.02. 02 Definitions.. A. In this chapter, the following terms have the meanings indicated.. B. Terms Defined.. 1) "Accountability" means being answerable for actions of self or others.. 2) "Board" means the Board of Nursing.. 3) "Certified medicine aide (CMA) means an individual who meets the requirements as stated in COMAR 10.39.01 and 10.39.03.4) "Certified nursing assistant (CNA) means an individual certified by the Board as a nursing assistant.
10.27.11.03.htm 10.27.11.03. 03 Criteria for Delegation.. A. The nurse may delegate the responsibility to perform a nursing task to an unlicensed individual, a certified nursing assistant, or a medication technician. The delegating nurse retains the accountability for the nursing task.B. A nursing task delegated by the nurse shall be:. 1) Within the area of responsibility of the nurse delegating the act;. 2) Such that, in the judgment of the nurse, it can be properly and safely performed by the unlicense
10.27.11.04.htm 10.27.11.04. 04 Supervision.. A. The nurse shall determine the required degree of supervision after an evaluation of appropriate factors including, but not limited to the:1) Stability of the condition of the client;. 2) Training of the individual to whom the nursing task is being delegated;. 3) Nature of the nursing task being delegated;. 4) Orientation of the unlicensed individual, certified nursing assistant, or medication technician to the specific patient en5) Ability of the unlicen
10.27.11.05.htm 10.27.11.05. 05 Nursing Functions.. A. The following nursing functions require nursing knowledge, judgment, and skill and may not be delegated:1) The nursing assessment including, but not limited to, the admission, shift, transfer, or discharge assessment;2) Development of the nursing diagnosis;. 3) The establishment of the nursing care goal;. 4) Development of the nursing care plan;. 5) Evaluation of the client's progress, or lack of progress, toward goal achievement; and.
10.27.11.06.htm 10.27.11.06. 06 Client Health Teaching and Health Counseling.. A. The registered nurse shall be accountable and responsible for the development and initiation of the health teaching plan and for health counseling of the client.B. The nurse shall be accountable and responsible for facilitating and promoting:. 1) Client education; and. 2) Participation of the client and significant others in implementation of health goals.. C. Unlicensed individuals, certified medicine aide
10.27.11.9999.htm 10.27.11.9999. Administrative History Effective date: October 2, 1989 (16:19 Md. R. 2105). Regulations .01―06 amended as an emergency provision effective February 5, 1992 (19:4 Md. R. 468) emergency status expired August 7, 1992Regulations .02―06 amended effective July 4, 1994 (21:13 Md. R. 1158) ―. Regulations .01―06 repealed and new Regulations .01―06 adopted effective May 10, 2004 (31:9 Md. R. 712)Regulation .01H adopted as an emergency provision effective July 8, 2015 (4
<< Back | Return to Main COMAR Search Page