Pharmacogenomics Research Site

Website which provides a nationwide collaboration of scientists studying the effect of genes on people's responses to a wide variety of medicines.


Type Website
CME Available No
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Cost Free
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Genomic Competencies

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

Pharmacist

  • Basic Genetic Concepts
    • B1:   To demonstrate an understanding of the basic genetic/genomic concepts and nomenclature
  • Pharmacogenetics/Pharmacogenomics
    • P1:   To demonstrate an understanding of how genetic variation in a large number of proteins, including drug transporters, drug metabolizing enzymes, direct protein targets of drugs, and other proteins (e.g. signal transduction proteins) influence pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics related to pharmacologic effect and drug response

Nurse

  • Nursing Assessment
    • NA-1:   Demonstrate understanding of relationship of genetics and genomics to health
      • NA1-K1:   Relationship of genetics and genomics to health
        • NA1-6:   Describe genetic/genomic factors that contribute to variability of response to pharmacologic agents.
      • NA1-K2:   Relationship of genetics and genomics to normal physiology and pathophysiology
        • NA1-6:   Describe genetic/genomic factors that contribute to variability of response to pharmacologic agents.
      • NA1-K3:   Basic principles of pharmacogenetics and pharmacogenomics
        • NA1-6:   Describe genetic/genomic factors that contribute to variability of response to pharmacologic agents.
      • NA1-K4:   Patterns of disease associated with single gene and multifactorial inheritance
        • NA1-6:   Describe genetic/genomic factors that contribute to variability of response to pharmacologic agents.
  • Provision of education, care and support
    • PECS-7:   Performs interventions/treatments appropriate to clients' genetic and genomic healthcare needs.
      • PECS7-K1:   Pharmacogenetics, pharmacogenomics
        • PECS7-1:   Administer medications safely with consideration of pharmacogenetic test results if available.
        • PECS7-2:   Administer prescribed genetic / genomic based therapies safely as allowed per State Practice Act.
      • PECS7-K2:   Gene or gene product targeted therapy
        • PECS7-1:   Administer medications safely with consideration of pharmacogenetic test results if available.
        • PECS7-2:   Administer prescribed genetic / genomic based therapies safely as allowed per State Practice Act.
      • PECS7-K3:   Protein replacement therapy
        • PECS7-1:   Administer medications safely with consideration of pharmacogenetic test results if available.
        • PECS7-2:   Administer prescribed genetic / genomic based therapies safely as allowed per State Practice Act.
      • PECS7-K4:   Chaperone therapy
        • PECS7-1:   Administer medications safely with consideration of pharmacogenetic test results if available.
        • PECS7-2:   Administer prescribed genetic / genomic based therapies safely as allowed per State Practice Act.