See page 16 and 17 of attached document. Assignment labeled Genomics part 1
Patient Genetic and Genomics Interview and Education Part 1
To assess a patient’s genetic risk, you must understand the relationship of genetics and genomics to health, prevention, screening, treatment, and monitoring. E This is a two-part assignment whose purpose is to help you develop your abilities to apply genetics and genomic information while providing patient care. Purpose: Use a constructed genetic pedigree from collected family history information to identify a risk profile and develop a plan of care, including patient education and referral. Before you start this project go and register for the G3C (Global Genetics and Genomics Community) learning portal https://www.genomicscases.net/en/. The site is free and has interactive cases that demonstrate how genetic and genomics link to health and illness. Throughout each patient scenario, there are links to resources and supplemental educational activities to expand upon genetic/genomic learning concepts. At the end of each patient encounter, learners are prompted to make a recommendation to their “patient” and are assessed across multiple domains such as risk assessment, family history, and patient medical history. There are 17 cases, and you can get CEs for the activities. Part 1: a. Choose one case in the https://www.genomicscases.net/en/ and complete the activity, please submit the report given at the end of the activity. b. Select a patient that you can interview virtually. Set up a time and quiet time, go over with the patient about confidentiality, and explain that no identifiable information will be used in this assignment. c. Go to the Center for Disease Control “My Family Health Portrait: A tool from the Surgeon General at https://phgkb.cdc.gov/FHH/html/index.html d. Collect a client’s personal and three-generation family health history to assess for genomic factors that impact the client’s health ( Save the created Family Health History, please, use fictitious names, but keep the rest of the information accurate). e. Identify genetic and genomic factors within collected history and that contribute to illness and/or health risk. f. Identify issues in this patient-related to each of the following: Financial/Socioeconomics, Cultural, Religious, and Lifestyle. g. Identify ethical/legal concepts related to this patient. Include concepts Genetics/Genomics Nursing Practice. 17 h. Identify the major challenge with this patient and identified possible strategies to overcome this challenge i. Report your findings in a three-page report including the three-generation Map using APA guidelines
Grading Rubric Rating Criteria Needs Improvement 10 points Proficient 15 points Exceptional 20 points Pedigree Construction Student included most data from family members but is missing data from some individuals. Trait of interest is clearly diagramed in the pedigree. Student included 3 or more generations using standardized symbols and terminology OR the U.S. Surgeon General’s My Family Health Portrait Tool. Student included 3 or more generations using standardized symbols and terminology OR the U.S. Surgeon General’s My Family Health Portrait Tool. Pedigree Analysis Analysis of the pedigree is incomplete, inaccurate, and/or does not address relevant genomic factors that impact the client’s health. Analysis of the pedigree is complete, accurate, AND addresses relevant genomic factors that impact the client’s health. Analysis of the pedigree is comprehensive, accurate, AND addresses relevant genomic factors that impact the client’s health. Pedigree identification of health risk Identifies some risk factors but fails to make connections. Identifies partially potential health risk factors for this patient. Identifies potentially significant health risk for this patient. Pedigree identification of environmental and cultural factor as risk fa tors. Completes a risk analysis of the environmental and cultural factors but misses two or more components. Completes a risk analysis of the environmental and cultural factors but misses one component. Completes a thorough risk analysis for the identified patient based on their pedigree, culture, environmental exposure and life style.