3 edition of Genetics and genomics in oncology nursing practice found in the catalog.
Genetics and genomics in oncology nursing practice
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Agnes Masny, Jean Jenkins, and Kathleen A. Calzone.|
|Contributions||Masny, Agnes., Jenkins, Jean F., Calzone, Kathleen A., Oncology Nursing Society.|
|LC Classifications||RC268.4 .G454 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2010006413|
Previvor: An Oncology Nurse’s Story of Cancer Risk Reduction Through Genetic Testing CJON , 22(3), DOI: /CJON Cancer Risks for Men With BRCA1/2 MutationsCited by: 2. Welcome to the new Genetics & Genomics feature. Since the completion of the Human Genome Project in (Collins, Morgan, & Patrinos, ), information targeting genetics and genomics or their products has become a mainstay in cancer care.
Oncology nurses should anticipate the routine integration of this information and testing of CRC tumors to understand the molecular basis of the disease in clinical practice. Molecular testing can lead to the identification of families at risk for hereditary cancer syndromes, particularly Lynch syndrome, which sometimes is referred to as 1/5. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xxiv, pages: color illustrations, and color maps ; 24 cm: Contents: The scope of cancer genetics and genomics nursing practice --Biology of cancer --How to perform a genetic cancer assessment --Common risk prediction models and cancer risk communication --Delivering genetic education and counseling services.
Purpose: The aim of this article is to explore the interaction between the integration of genetics‐genomics competencies into nursing curricula and regulatory standards. By taking a global perspective of activity in this field, we aim to develop a framework that can inform strategic planning in relation to international genetics‐genomics and nursing education. Suzanne Mahon, Apply Resources to Practice: Use Current Genetics and Genomics Content in Oncology, Clinical Journal of Oncology Nursing, .
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Genetics and Genomics in Oncology Nursing Practice broadens the topic of genetics from a discussion of risk assessment to encompass such issues as cancer biology, clinical applications of genetic study, and the scope of oncology nursing practice. You’ll find updated information on cancer genetic risk assessment and new topics such as.
In Genetics and Genomics: The Evolution of Oncology Nursing, readers will find details on issues such as targeted therapies, nursing credentialing in cancer genetics, multicultural considerations in providing genetic and genomic cancer care, genetic and genomic oncology research and the impact on practice, tumor profiling, and more.
In addition. Genetics and Genomics in Oncology Nursing Practice. Publication Year: Edition: 1st Authors/Editor: Masny, A.; Jenkins, J.; Calzone, K.
Publisher: The Oncology. Clinical Journal of Oncology Nursing; Oncology Nursing Forum; e-Books; Toggle search (0) Advanced Search.
Search. Toggle navigation. Archives; Genetics & Genomics. Telegenetics: Remote Counseling During the COVID Pandemic. Genetics and Genomics in Oncology Nursing Practice.
Member Price: $ Nonmember Price: $ More Info Author: Suzanne M. Mahon. Von Hippel-Lindau Syndrome: Implications for Nursing Care ONF39(6), DOI: /ONF Renal Cell Cancer Syndromes: Identification and Management of Patients and Families at Increased Risk.
Background: Cancer genetics and genomics are now an integral component of oncology care. Genetics and genomics guide recommendations not only for cancer prevention and early detection, but also for cancer treatment.
Objectives: This article documents the personal experiences of an oncology nurse who has worked in cancer prevention and early detection since the s and Genetics and genomics in oncology nursing practice book the Cited by: 1. These alternative learning strategies encourage oncology nurses across the continuum of care, from the bedside/seatside to oncology nurse research, to integrate genomics into all levels of practice and research in the specialty of oncology nursing.
All nurses are warriors in the fight against by: 2. Nursing care and genetics. The initial Scope and Standards for Clinical Genetics Nursing Practice was first published in after the American Nurses Association (ANA) recognized genetics as a nursing specialty.
Then, shortly after completion of human genome sequencing, ANA published the Essentials of Genetic and Genomic Nursing: Competencies, Curricular Guidelines, and. Kerber AS, Ledbetter NJ. Standards of practice: applying genetics and genomics resources to oncology.
Clin J Oncol Nurs. ; Jenkins J. Essential genetic and genomic nursing competencies for the oncology nurse. Semin Oncol Nurs. ; Oncology Nursing Society.
Genetic and genomic science directly affects oncology nursing care. Many resources are available to enable oncology nurses to better understand and deliver competent genomic care to patients and families. This article relays resources for germline genetic testing, tumor profiling, pharmacogenomics, and nursing education.
AT A GLANCECited by: 2. Background: Since the completion of the Human Genome Project inthe implications of genetics and genomics for health and illness have become clearer. All nurses, at all levels and across all specialties, must have a basic understanding of genetics and genomics to provide appropriate care.
Objectives: This article provides an overview of the integration of genetics and genomics into. Genetics and Genomics: An Oncology Nurse’s Journey in Practice CJON21(6), DOI: /CJON Conditions and Consequences of a BRCA Mutation in Young, Single Women of Childbearing Age.
ONS member Patricia Friend, PhD, APRN-CNS, AOCNS®, AGN-BC, associate professor and program director for the Marcella Niehoff School of Nursing at Loyola University in Chicago, IL, joins ONS’s Erin Dickman, MS, RN, OCN®, to discuss the different applications of genetics and genomics, what oncology nurses need to know about genomics, and much more.
e-Books; Genetics and Genomics in Oncology Nursing Practice; Genetics and Genomics in Oncology Nursing Practice. Section 4 - Ethical, Legal, and Social Issues of Genetics and Genomics.
Dale Halsey Lea. Bernice L. Coleman. Walter Brown. Chapter 11 examines how to handle genetic and genomic information responsibly. Chapter 12 examines. Clinical Journal of Oncology Nursing; Oncology Nursing Forum; e-Books; Toggle search (0) Advanced Search.
Search. Toggle navigation. Archives; Genetics & Genomics. Genetics and Genomics in Oncology Nursing Practice. Member Price: $ Nonmember Price: $ More Info. Author: Melissa Paquin, Tracy Fasolino. The ONS Genomics Advisory Board was established in to guide the development of genomic education and practice resources for oncology nurses with a goal to ensure that the current and next generation of cancer care providers know the science, can apply the latest evidence in practice, and translate this information to patients and families.
Background: Cancer genetics and genomics are now an integral component of oncology care. Genetics and genomics guide recommendations not only for cancer prevention and early detection, but also for cancer treatment. Objectives: This article documents the personal experiences of an oncology nurse who has worked in cancer prevention and early detection since the.
Findings: The knowledge surrounding precision medicine and pharmacogenomics will position oncology nurses to engage in current research, improve practice, and educate patients.
As the focus of health care remains on reducing costs and improving morbidity and mortality, the reduction in adverse drug reactions will continue to be by: 3. e-Books; Genetics and Genomics in Oncology Nursing Practice; Genetics and Genomics in Oncology Nursing Practice.
Section 3 - Genomics and Cancer Care. Cathleen M. Goetsch. Julia Eggert. Linda Howe. Michele E. Gaguski. Susan D. Bruce. Chapter 8 exmaines tumor profiling. Chapter 9 examines pharmacogenomics, and Chapter 10 details targeted therapies.
Baseline nursing staff knowledge of genetics/genomics was acquired through the Genetics and Genomics in Nursing Practice Survey, 20 Eligible participants were defined as nurses working at least 50% of their time in patient care.
Three hundred fifty participants, approximately 35% of the total nursing workforce at NIH, completed the survey. Preface. The practice of clinical genetics and genomics has infiltrated nearly every area of health care.
Currently there are over 3, genetic and genomic tests available to health care providers to query a wide range of diagnostic and pharmacogenetic needs, such as individual patient heredity and metabolic responses to drug treatment.Those technologies also have increased the need for oncology nurses to integrate genetic and genomic information into every aspect of oncology nursing care.
Oncology nursing practice related to cancer genetics includes two levels, the general oncology nurse (GON) and the advanced practice .Instrument. The instrument was a item survey that contains items in four major areas: nursing curriculum content, continuing education, nursing certification, and research specifically with regards to genetics and genomics (See Table 1).The survey was developed based upon the Essential Nursing Competencies and Curricula Guidelines in Genetics and Genomics (Consensus Panel of Genetic.