American Society of Human Genetics - GenEdNet Education Resources

Website with links to educational resources from K-12 through doctoral level of education.


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Genomic Competencies

Experts from the disciplines listed below have tagged this resource as fulfulling genomic competencies.

Physician Assistant

  • Patient Care
    • 4:   Incorporate genetic tests into patient management
    • 5:   Discuss the range of genetic and genomic-based approaches to the treatment of disease.
  • Practiced-based Learning and Improvement
    • 1:   Use information technology to obtain current and credible information about genetics for self, patients, and colleagues

Nurse

  • Professional Responsibilities
    • PR-2:   Advocate for clients' access
      • PR2-K1:   Resources for healthcare professionals and lay public
        • PR2-2:   Demonstrate knowledge about accessing local/regional genetic and/or genomic resources.
      • PR2-K2:   Resources for genetic and/or genomic referrals within one's community
        • PR2-2:   Demonstrate knowledge about accessing local/regional genetic and/or genomic resources.
  • Nursing Assessment
    • NA-1:   Demonstrate understanding of relationship of genetics and genomics to health
      • NA1-K1:   Relationship of genetics and genomics to health
        • NA1-8:   Identify resources available to assist clients seeking genetic and genomic information or services including the types of services available.
      • NA1-K2:   Relationship of genetics and genomics to normal physiology and pathophysiology
        • NA1-8:   Identify resources available to assist clients seeking genetic and genomic information or services including the types of services available.
      • NA1-K3:   Basic principles of pharmacogenetics and pharmacogenomics
        • NA1-8:   Identify resources available to assist clients seeking genetic and genomic information or services including the types of services available.
      • NA1-K4:   Patterns of disease associated with single gene and multifactorial inheritance
        • NA1-8:   Identify resources available to assist clients seeking genetic and genomic information or services including the types of services available.
  • Identification
    • ID-2:   Identify credible, accurate, appropriate, and current genetic and genomic information
      • ID2-K1:   Resources for health care professionals and lay public
        • ID2-1:   Evaluate strengths, limitations, and best use of genetic and/or genomic resource for a client or group of clients.
        • ID2-5:   Develop a list of contacts and resources for genetic/genomic referrals.
      • ID2-K2:   Resources for referral within one's community
        • ID2-1:   Evaluate strengths, limitations, and best use of genetic and/or genomic resource for a client or group of clients.
        • ID2-5:   Develop a list of contacts and resources for genetic/genomic referrals.
      • ID2-K3:   Roles of genetic/genomic health care professionals
        • ID2-1:   Evaluate strengths, limitations, and best use of genetic and/or genomic resource for a client or group of clients.
        • ID2-5:   Develop a list of contacts and resources for genetic/genomic referrals.
      • ID2-K4:   Interprofessional resources
        • ID2-1:   Evaluate strengths, limitations, and best use of genetic and/or genomic resource for a client or group of clients.
        • ID2-5:   Develop a list of contacts and resources for genetic/genomic referrals.
    • ID-4:   Define issues that undermine the rights of all clients for autonomous, informed decision-making
      • ID4-K1:   Current state, federal, and military policies
        • ID4-1:   Identify respective genetic state legislation.
        • ID4-3:   Describe legal and social issues related to access and use of genetic information and technology.
      • ID4-K2:   The components of informed decision-making
        • ID4-1:   Identify respective genetic state legislation.
        • ID4-3:   Describe legal and social issues related to access and use of genetic information and technology.
      • ID4-K3:   Past and potential for misuse of genetic/genomic information and technology
        • ID4-1:   Identify respective genetic state legislation.
        • ID4-3:   Describe legal and social issues related to access and use of genetic information and technology.
      • ID4-K4:   Guidelines or policies regarding access
        • ID4-1:   Identify respective genetic state legislation.
        • ID4-3:   Describe legal and social issues related to access and use of genetic information and technology.
  • Referral activities
    • RA-1:   Facilitate referrals for specialized genetic and genomic services
      • RA1-K1:   Professional roles of providers delivering genetic and genomic services
        • ID2-5:   Develop a list of contacts and resources for genetic/genomic referrals.
      • RA1-K2:   Resources for health care professionals and lay public
        • ID2-5:   Develop a list of contacts and resources for genetic/genomic referrals.
      • RA1-K3:   Resources for genetic and genomic referrals within the community
        • ID2-5:   Develop a list of contacts and resources for genetic/genomic referrals.
  • Provision of education, care and support
    • PECS-2:   Provide clients with genetic and genomic information and resources for informed decision making
      • PECS2-K1:   Resources for healthcare professionals and lay public
        • ID2-5:   Develop a list of contacts and resources for genetic/genomic referrals.
      • PECS2-K2:   Referral resources for genetic and genomic services within one's community
        • ID2-5:   Develop a list of contacts and resources for genetic/genomic referrals.
      • PECS2-K3:   Roles of genetic/genomic health care professionals
        • ID2-5:   Develop a list of contacts and resources for genetic/genomic referrals.