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The Role of the Nurse in Genomics - WEB184
The Role of the Nurse in Genomics

WEB184 l 1.00 contact hrs
by Martha Turner, RN-BC, PhD
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The course will be discontinued on July 10, 2015. Please plan to finish the course by July 9th if you wish to earn credit for it.
Then goal of this presentation is to review basic genetic and genomic concepts as well as discuss them in the context of nursing practice with special attention to ethical, legal, and social issues nurses will encounter. Upon completion, participants will be able to:
  • List essential terms used when discussing the nurse’s role in genomics
  • Identify the application of genetics and genomics (g/g) in nursing practice
  • Discuss the ethical, legal and social issues of genetics and genomics in healthcare

This course will be updated or discontinued on or before 7/10/2015

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