Discussion: Genetic Nursing Care

Discussion: Genetic Nursing Care

Discussion: Genetic Nursing Care

Question Description
Discussion: Providing Genetic Nursing Care to Patients With Chronic Illnesses

The population is plagued by a number of chronic health issues that have genetic/genomic components. These are extremely difficult and difficult diseases to manage. When planning patient care, evidence-based nursing practice must include genetic and genomic information. Nurses play an important role in positive patient outcomes when dealing with the challenges of these genetically linked diseases through their knowledge and support.

You will consider applications of various topics to genetics and genomics in this Discussion. Examine the resources focusing on the use of genetics and genomics in nursing.

Select one of the subtopics listed below:

Chronic diseases and pharmacogenomics
Genomics in patient evaluation
Care for those with chronic illnesses that is genetically competent
With Instructor approval, a different subtopic related to genetics and genomics may be chosen.

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Find at least one scholarly journal article on your subtopic.

BY DAY 3: Please respond to the following:

Identify your subtopic and provide a brief summary of your journal article relating to this topic in nursing practice.

Discussion Genetic Nursing Care

Discussion Genetic Nursing Care

What is the role of the nurse in providing care in relation to your subtopic and the broader theme of advocacy?
What ethical implications should be considered for nursing practice in terms of genetics and genomics? Why?
References from the professional nursing literature should be used to back up your response.

Note The first post should be a three-paragraph (at least 350-word) response. Make sure to include in-text citations and evidence from the readings. Use essay-level writing practice and skills, such as transitional material and organizational frames. To incorporate evidence into your own writing, avoid using quotes. A bibliography is required. Use the most recent evidence (typically 5 years old).

Read at least two of your colleagues’ responses to the Discussion question (support with evidence if indicated).

Respond to two or more of your colleagues’ postings with a comment that asks for clarification, provides support for, or adds additional information.

On three different days of the week, post a Discussion entry. Refer to the Discussion Rubric, which can be found in the Course Information and Grading Criteria section.

Criteria for Evaluation

You should proofread your paper. However, do not rely solely on your computer’s spell-checker and grammar-checker; failure to do so indicates a lack of effort on your part, and your grade will suffer as a result. Papers with a high number of misspelled words and grammatical errors will be penalized. Before submitting your paper, go over it in silence and then aloud, and make any necessary changes. It is often beneficial to have a friend proofread your paper for obvious errors. Uncorrected mistakes are preferable to handwritten corrections.

Use a standard 10 to 12 point typeface (10 to 12 characters per inch). Smaller or compressed type, as well as papers with narrow margins or single spacing, are difficult to read. It is preferable to allow your essay to exceed the recommended number of pages rather than attempting to compress it into fewer pages.

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The paper must be neatly formatted, double-spaced, and have a one-inch margin on all four sides of each page. When submitting hard copies, use white paper and print with dark ink. It will be difficult to follow your argument if it is difficult to read your essay.