Annual Review of Nursing Research, Volume 29

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Annual Review of Nursing Research, Volume 29

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  • Ginette A. Pepper PhD, RN, FAAN
  • Kenneth J. Wysocki PhD, RN, FNP-BC, FAANP
  • Christine E. Kasper PhD, RN, FAAN

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This landmark annual review has provided three decades of knowledge, insight, and research on topics critical to the continued advancement of the nursing profession. This latest edition is a compilation of the most significant nursing research in genetics and genomics. Articles have been carefully selected by the editors, highly respected scholars and researchers in the field of genetics, to bring together current research that has particular relevance for translation into a clinical setting or expansion into other research areas. The review provides authoritative information of the highest caliber not only to researchers, but also to clinicians and undergraduate and graduate nursing students.

Key Topics:

  • The current status of genomic molecular science
  • Ethical, legal, and social issues in genomics
  • Genetics of diseases and symptoms
  • Genomics across the lifespan

Product Details 

  • Publication Date May 29, 2012
  • Page Count 400
  • Product Form Hardback
  • ISBN 13 9780826157546
  • EISBN 9780826157553

Table of Contents 

Part 1: State of Genomic Molecular Science

1. Molecular Genomic Research Designs

Kelley Baumgartel, Jamie Zelazny, Theresa Timcheck, Chantel Snyder, Mandy Bell and Yvette P. Conley

2. Genetics and genomics—the scientific drivers of personalized medicine

Emma L. Kurnat-Thoma

3. Diseasome: an Approach to Understanding Gene-Disease Interactions

Ken Wysocki and Leslie Ritter

4. The State of Genomic Healthcare and Cancer: Are We Going Two Steps Forward and One Step Backward?

Karen E. Greco and Suzanne M. Mahon

5. From mouse to man: The efficacy of animal models of human disease in genetic and genomic research

Cynthia L. Renn and Susan G. Dorsey

Part 2: Ethical, Legal, and Social Issues in Genomics

6. Newborn Screening: Ethical, Legal and Social Implications

Rebecca Anderson, Erin Rothwell and Jeffrey R. Botkin

7. STOP, LOOK, & LISTEN: Revisiting the involvement of children and adolescents in genomic research

Martha Driessnack and Agatha M. Gallo

8. Genomics Education in Nursing in the United States

Kathleen A. Calzone and Jean Jenkins

9. Development of the Essential Genetic and Genomic Competencies for Nurses with Graduate Degrees

Karen Greco, Susan Tinley, and Diane Seibert

Part 3: Genomics of Diseases and Symptoms

10. Skeletal Muscle and Genetics. Christine E. Kasper

11. Central Nervous System Genomics

Matthew J Gallek and Leslie Ritter

12. Shared Genomics of Type 2 and Gestational Diabetes Mellitus

Shu-Fen Wung, PhD and Pei-Chao Lin

13. Genetics and Gastrointestinal Symptoms

Margaret M. Heitkemper, Ruth Kohen, Sang-Eun Jun and Monica E. Jarrett

14. Type 2 Diabetes, Genomics, and Nursing: Necessary Next Steps to Advance the Science into Improved, Personalized Care

Patricia C. Underwood

15. Patient and family issues regarding genetic testing for cystic fibrosis: A review of prenatal carrier testing and newborn screening

Kathleen J. H. Sparbel and Audrey Tluczek

Part 4: Genomics Across the Lifespan

16. Perinatal Genomics: Current Research on Genetic Contributions to Preterm Birth and Placental Phenotype

Gwen Latendresse

17. Pediatric Hemoglobinopathies: From the Bench to the Bedside

Tonya A. Schneidereith

18. Genomics and Aging

Ginette A. Pepper