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Nurse Practitioner Role in Genetics AANP 2013

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  • If you like me I feel the pressure sometimes I just want to say stop – let me master this first – But todays NP needs to at least the basics of genetics and genomicsTHAT’S WHAT I AM here for TODAYSo how do we know which way to go what to study net – avoid the overwhelming feeling we cant know it all
  • ust as childhood developmental stages are well known and mandate that each individual child progress through each stage in an anticipated fashion, so must the NP role evolve through these steps to be successful. Human genome research has expanded advanced nursing practice roles, responsibility, and increased health information and testing available to patients. Nurses are educated in counseling, case management, research, and advanced clinical skills to assist patients in genetic/genomic testing and counseling. International Code of Ethics for Nurses states patients and families should receive complete information on which to base consent for care or treatment (ICN, 2000). Intended results of genomic counseling are informed choices and a change in knowledge or behavior for the patient (Finucane, 1998).
  • As the nursing workforce ages and shortages continue to concern the profession, educating advanced practice nurses in genetics and genomics is a priority. Advances in genetics over the past decades have changed health promotion and disease prevention providing new opportunities to predict outcomes, prepare for various mutations, and personalize healthcare, medications and disease treatment. The presentation will cover the APRN role, history of the APRN and genetics, hot topics, goals of therapy, ethical moral legal issues, burden of disease, and population statistics.
  • Implications for NPs Current technology and nursing practice require a working knowledge of genetics and genomics. The nurse must understand the complexities of counseling and testing necessary to assist the patient in making informed decisions. Accordingly, nurses should be prepared to construct pedigrees, educate patients and their families, facilitate community resources, develop research, and advocate to protect patients rights. Objectives: Participants will: Increase the APRN working knowledge of their role in genetics Identify methods to increase their genetic practice knowledge Compare and contrast genetic options in clinical practice Prioritize patient needs for genetic counseling and testing
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    • 1. Nurse Practitioners… EXPANDING ROLES GENETICS L I O C EL AANP Presentation #: Lori Lioce DNP, FNP-BC, CHSE, FAANP
    • 2.  Vice President of Operations, International Nursing Association for Clinical Simulation and Learning DISCLOSURES No financial interest or product endorsements are made in this presentation.  Alabama State Representative, American Academy of Nurse Practitioners  Adjunct Faculty, CAE Healthcare  Clinical Assistant Professor and Simulation Coordinator, University of Alabama Huntsville College of Nursing Lioce, 2013
    • 3. Advance the APRNs professional role in genetics/genomics
    • 4. OBJECTIVES
    • 5. Genetics Genomics
    • 6. Literature Review
    • 7. Role Innovation / Innervation
    • 8. BLAH BLAH BLAH BLAH B BLAH BLAH
    • 9. SO What!
    • 10. INTERNET What can my patients see
    • 11. References • Genetics in Advanced Practice. (2013). Program description. Columbia University. Retrieved from http://sklad.cumc.columbia.edu/nursing/academi cs/genAdvPrac.php
    • 12. THANK YOU FOR BEING HERE TODAY FIRST EXPAND YOUR WORLD EXPLORE GENETICS …MODERNIZE TREATMENT & PRACTICE SECOND ANY QUESTIONS
    • 13. Turn Up Your Volume FIRST Launch Self-Running Slide Show SECOND To View This Presentation
    • 14. RULES5
    • 15. RULES5
    • 16. TREAT YOUR AS AUDIENCE KING 1
    • 17. WHAT CAN DO FOR WHY SHOULD ADOPT THE THEY NEED TO TO TAKE WHAT CAN DO FOR WHY SHOULD ADOPT THE THEY NEED TO TO TAKE
    • 18. SPREAD ANDMOVE 2
    • 19. BLAH BLAH BLAH BLAH B BLAH BLAH
    • 20. WHICH PRODUCT HASIT ALL?
    • 21. HELP WHAT YOU THEM ARE 3
    • 22. MARCHFEBRUARYJANUARY CANS RECYCLED = 1000 CANS THE PROCESS
    • 23. PRACTICE NOT DECORATION 4
    • 24. CULTIVATE 5
    • 25. Community maximum impact support the priorities Development • In order to bring lasting change, we must first prioritize the things that will bring about the • Then we must organize schedules and resources that will about that change • Finally, we need to mobilize people to be able to take action and bring
    • 26. mobilize mobilize support the priorities • Then we must schedules and resources that will organizeprioritize organize Community maximum impact Development • In order to bring lasting change, we must first the things that will bring about the about that change • Finally, we need to people to be able to take action and bring prioritize
    • 27. prioritize organize mobilize
    • 28. prioritize organize mobilize
    • 29. prioritize organize mobilize
    • 30. RULES5
    • 31. prioritize organize mobilize
    • 32. 1. Click on an animation in the animation pane. 2. In the pull-down menu, select Effect Options. 3. In the Effect Options menu, increase the value for Bounce End. 4. A higher value will make the animation end in a longer, bigger bounce while a lower value will result in a shorter, quicker bounce. 5. To apply this animation to other items in your scene, use the Animation Painter to paint your newly created animation on to other items. 6. Put this slide in Slide Show mode to view an example. How to Add Natural Animation With the Animation Bounce End Feature
    • 33. 1. Right-click on your image and select Format Picture 2. In Artistic Effects, choose Film Grain 3. Adjust the values of transparency and grain size to achieve your desired look 4. In the Picture Color menu, increase the Color Tone Temperature to give the image a warmer feel 5. Use the Picture Corrections menu to increase the contrast 6. Finally, add a shadow by going to the Shadow menu, choosing a preset and then modifying until a nice effect is achieved 7. Try it yourself! See the After version of the image for the values we used to create the film grain look How to Create a Stylized Look Using the Film Grain Artistic Effect Before After
    • 34. 1. In the Insert Tab, click Video/Video from File 2. Navigate to the location of your video and click Insert 3. With the video selected, click on the Video ToolsEdit tab at the top 4. Click on Trim Video to change the start or ending point for your video, consider adding a fade to the beginning or end, and adjust other video options 5. In the Video ToolsFormat tab, choose a poster frame, adjust the color of your video, or add a frame 6. Consider using the Video Effects menu to put your video into perspective 7. Examine the properties of this video to see how we used the tools to achieve this look How to Incorporate Video With Stylized Effects

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