GeneticsforNursesinPediatricDisciplines

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Unformatted text preview: Genetics for Nurses in Pediatric Genetics for Nurses in Pediatric Disciplines Disciplines A guide to recognition and referral of congenital and genetic disorders A guide to recognition and referral of congenital and genetic disorders AUTHORS: AUTHORS: Golder N. Wilson MD PhD, Golder N. Wilson MD PhD, 1 Vijay Tonk PhD, Vijay Tonk PhD, 2 REVIEWERS REVIEWERS Shirley Karr BSN RN, Shirley Karr BSN RN, 3 3 Joanna K. Spahis BSN CNS, Joanna K. Spahis BSN CNS, 4 Shirley Myers, Shirley Myers, 5 RNC, MSN, RNC, MSN, FNP, and Sherry Letalian RN FNP, and Sherry Letalian RN 6 1 Clinical Professor of Pediatrics, Texas Tech University Health Science Center at Lubbock and Private Practitioner, Clinical Professor of Pediatrics, Texas Tech University Health Science Center at Lubbock and Private Practitioner, KinderGenome Genetics, Dallas Texas; KinderGenome Genetics, Dallas Texas; 2 Professor of Pediatrics and Obstetrics-Gynecology; Director, Cytogenetics Professor of Pediatrics and Obstetrics-Gynecology; Director, Cytogenetics Laboratory, Texas Tech University Health Science Center at Lubbock; Laboratory, Texas Tech University Health Science Center at Lubbock; 3 Genetics Coordinator, Maternal-Fetal Medicine and Genetics Coordinator, Maternal-Fetal Medicine and Genetics, Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center at Amarillo; Genetics, Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center at Amarillo; 4 Pediatric Clinical Nurse Spet in Genetics and Pediatric Clinical Nurse Spet in Genetics and Coordinator of the Down Syndrome Clinic, Department of Genetics, Children’s Medical Center of Dallas5Women’s Health Coordinator of the Down Syndrome Clinic, Department of Genetics, Children’s Medical Center of Dallas5Women’s Health Nurse Practitioner, Maternal-Fetal Medicine and Genetics, Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center at Nurse Practitioner, Maternal-Fetal Medicine and Genetics, Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center at Amarillo;6Pediatric Clinic Coordinator, Department of Pediatrics, Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center, Lubbock Amarillo;6Pediatric Clinic Coordinator, Department of Pediatrics, Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center, Lubbock Acknowledgement: Acknowledgement: This presentation was designed as part of the GEN-ARM (Genetics Education This presentation was designed as part of the GEN-ARM (Genetics Education Network for Nursing Assessment, Recognition, and Management) for the Mountain Network for Nursing Assessment, Recognition, and Management) for the Mountain States Region Genetics Collaborative (MSRGCC); contact States Region Genetics Collaborative (MSRGCC); contact www.mostgene.org www.mostgene.org or or Ms. Joyce Hooker at [email protected] Ms. Joyce Hooker at [email protected] Genetic Disorders are Common Genetic Disorders are Common Genetic diseases affect 5-10% of children Genetic diseases affect 5-10% of children Nurses can recognize and refer genetic disorders without Nurses can recognize and refer genetic disorders without...
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