2 edition of Quality issues in clinical genetic services found in the catalog.
Quality issues in clinical genetic services
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||U. Kristoffersson, J. Schmidtke, J.-J. Cassiman, editors|
|LC Classifications||RB155 .Q35 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxv, 393 p. :|
|Number of Pages||393|
|ISBN 10||904813918X, 9048139198|
|ISBN 10||9789048139187, 9789048139194|
|LC Control Number||2010922312|
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Based on their personal experience in the varying fields of quality research and clinical implementation of quality criteria in genetic services the authors of this book share their experience and give examples of the implementation of quality issues in.
From the reviews: “Aims to support professionals who wish to implement quality management in order to improve the quality of services. serve both as a concise reference work and as an informative introduction to the topic.
a comprehensive and valuable compendium of quality issues presented by leading experts in the field. should be of interest to a wide range of.
In summary, Quality Issues in Clinical Genetic Services is a comprehensive and valuable compendium of quality issues presented by leading experts in the field.
The book should be of interest to a wide range of readers: clinical geneticists, genetic counsellors, laboratory geneticists, researchers, healthcare managers, policy advisors of Author: Edward M.
Leter. Quality Issues in Genetics Services in the United Kingdom.- The Primary Care Perspective of Quality in Clinical Genetics Service - United Kingdom as an Example.- Regulation of Genetic Testing/Service in Canada.- Quality Issues in Clinical Genetic Services in Australia.- Clinical Genetic Testing and Services - The US Perspective Get this from a library.
Quality issues in clinical genetic services. [Ulf Kristoffersson; J Schmidtke; J -J Cassiman;] -- Initially genetic disorders were all considered as rare diseases.
At present, in the mid ofthe OMIM catalogue contains information on more than 12 entries of which about are available. Bullet points, reflecting the most important issues of my chapter • Quality in genetic services presupposes clear, consistent and well-argued for ethical premises. • Without such premises, priorities, public confidence and quality of genetic services are likely to be negatively : Göran Hermerén.
Quality Issues in Clinical Genetic Services: Initially genetic disorders were all considered as rare diseases. At present, in the mid ofthe OMIM catalogue contains information on more than 12 entries of which about are available for clinical testing based on the identification of the responsible gene defect.
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The book is well-illustrated and has an up-to-date bibliography and glossaries of terms used in genetics and dysmorphology. This accessible book is designed for use by consultants and trainees in clinical genetics, genetic counsellors and paediatricians, particularly those working in paediatric neurology, neonatology or child by: The manuscript reviews findings on genetics and the quality of life, sociogenetic problems and public opinion, social and ethical problems in caring for genetically handicapped children, ethical problems in genetic counselling, and psychological issues in.
Suggested Citation:"Summary." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. An Evidence Framework for Genetic Testing. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: / Advances in genetics and genomics are transforming medical practice, resulting in a dramatic.
Establishing criteria for genetic testing recommendations may involve reassessing data using additional vital statistics or other factors. Other factors include the availability of quality genetic resources in the community, the appropriateness of genetic technologies offered to the community, the accessibility of clinical and genetic services, the costs and benefits of using.
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Download the CoC Standards Manual. Urszula Demkow, in Clinical Applications for Next-Generation Sequencing, Quality Requirements for NGS-Based Pharmacogenomic Tests. A routine test based on NGS technology needs to fulfill analytical quality requirements for clinical laboratory tests according to the Clinical Laboratory Improvement Amendments (CLIA) in the United States or other national certifying.
Medical genetic ethics is a field in which the ethics of medical genetics is evaluated. Like the other field of medicine, medical genetics also face ethical issues. The availability of direct to consumer (DTC) genetic testing to analyses the genetic variants which predispose the individuals to medical conditions like breast cancer and ovarian cancer demands the review of the guidelines which.
National Society of Genetic Counselors (NSGC) NSGC issues guidelines and resources for clinical practice pertaining to access, assessment, and delivery of genetic counseling services. They also provide guidance on the use of genetic information in health care, such as for disease screening, predictive testing, disease diagnosis, or treatment.
Discussion of the genetic contribution to various health conditions; Discussion of any available genetic testing options, including their potential utility as well as practical quality and cost issues; Discussion of how genetic testing results may or may not impact your personalized healthcare recommendations.Clinical Genetics aims to be a leading journal by keeping the reader up-to-date on the latest developments in the field, providing on-line access and publishing research of the highest quality.
The acceptance criteria for all papers are the quality and originality of the research and its significance to journal readership.Preface.
During the next few years, all of the estima, human genes will be identified as a result of the Human Genome Project. As genome technology moves from the laboratory to the healthcare setting, a complex array of challenges will face medical and public health professionals in the appropriate use of genetic information to improve health and .