9780132174077

Genetics and Genomics for Nursing

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  • ISBN13:

    9780132174077

  • ISBN10:

    0132174073

  • Edition: 1st
  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 10/2/2012
  • Publisher: Pearson

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Summary

GENETICS AND GENOMICS FOR NURSINGbrings together the genetics and genomics knowledge nurses need to provide safe and effective care in today's "genomic era." It teaches through small, modular units, each with pretests, section quizzes, and post-tests. Answers are provided to help students check their knowledge, and Emerging Evidence and Critical Thinking checkpoints encourage them to apply it. The text first places modern genetics in context, introduces its essential principles, and outlines its deep ethical, legal, social, and public policy implications. Next, readers learn how to take family genetic histories and assess risks; utilize immunogenetics and cancer genetics in cancer prevention and treatment; apply genetics in public health promotion; recognize the role of genes in psychiatric illnesses and in aging; and much more.

Table of Contents

Part 1: Back to the Basics

Module 1. Genetics and Genomics: Definitions and Trends

Module 2. Essential Competencies in Genetics and Genomics

Module 3. Family Context of Clinical Genetics

 

Part 2: Basic Genetic Concepts

Module 4. Genes & Chromosomes; Meiosis and Mitosis

Module 5. Aneuploidy

Module 6. Mosiacism

Module 7. Mendelian Inheritance

Module 8. Genetics and Fetal Development

 

Part 3: Ethical, Legal, and Social Implications

Module 9. Ethical, Legal, & Social Implications of the Human Genome Project

Module 10. Prenatal Testing/Screening

Module 11. Newborn Screening and Genetic Testing: Ethical Considerations

Module 12. Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act (GINA) Legislation

 

Part 4: Assessment

Module 13. Family History Tool

Module 14. Risk Assessment.

 

Part 5: Cancer Genetics

Module 15. Immunogenetics

Module 16. Cancer Genetics

 

Part 6: Public Health Genetics

Module 17. Impact of Environment on Health: Interaction with Genes

Module 18. Common Diseases with Genetic Linkages

 

Part 7: Psychiatric Disorders

Module 19. Bipolar Disease and Genetic Linkages.

Module 20. Depression and Genetic Linkages

Module 21. Addictive Behaviors and Genetic Linkages

Module 22. Autism

 

Part 8: Special Topics

Module 23. Pharmacogenomics

Module 24. Genetics and Aging

 

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Index

 

 

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