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“What a delight it is … to read a book which takes complex scientific concepts and ensures they are understandable by all.”
With activities and answers, reflection points and a glossary, this interactive textbook supports the ‘Fit for Practice in the Genetics Era’ competence framework, offering an introduction to the theory of genetics and then using common genetic conditions/disorders as case studies to help students apply theory to practice and examine the service user experience.
Genetics is written by an experienced teacher of health care sciences and is ideal for students of nursing, health care and for a wide range of health care practitioners.
•Cell and DNA structure• Down’s Syndrome
•Inheritance• Sickle Cell Anaemia
• Pedigree testing• Huntington’s Disease
• Cancer genetics • Cystic Fibrosis
• Genetic counselling• Muscular Dystrophy
From lecturer reviews:
“A well written and nicely laid out genetics text at an appropriate level for adult nursing students.”“Fabulous text, student friendly.”