Ethical And Social Issues In Nursing

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Badzek, Laurie, Mark Henaghan, Martha Turner, and Rita Monsen. "Ethical, Legal, and Social Issues in the Translation of Genomics into Health Care." Journal of Nursing Scholarship 45.1 (2013): 15-24. Web. 02 Mar. 2016. Genomic care in the health field is new science. With the new advancements in the medical field comes the legal side. In the article, the authors bring to light the issues of ethical, legal and social issues. Any health care professional will encounter tough situations where they will need to know the human rights over patient’s care. This article talks about the ethical, legal and social issues better than other articles found on the same topic. Though the article is not about becoming a nurse, it is part of being a genetic nurse and adapting to the ever-changing advancements in medicine.
Badzek, Laurie, RN, MS, JD, Martha Turner, Ph.D., RN, and Jean F. Jenkins, Ph.D., RN. "Genomics and Nursing Practice: Advancing the Nursing Profession." The Online Journal of Issues of Nursing 13.1 (2008): n. pag. Web. 08 Mar. 2016. Badzek, a nurse attorney and director of the ANA Center for Ethics and Human rights, Dr. Turner, a military
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Ann Maradieque writes in her article, A Resource Guide for Learning about Genetics, that teaching nurses are not equipped to teach other nurses about practicing with genetic involvement. She also implies the great need to integrate the knowledge into the practicing medical field. Dr. Maradieque also goes on to show resources for teaching medical professionals to be able to pass on the knowledge to practicing nursing students. Compared to other articles, Dr. Maradieque goes into more details on resources for programs, educators, and practicing nurses. When trying to become a genetic nurse, this article is relevant to do research in finding a program advanced enough to be able to adequately teach the genetic side of
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