Design nursing care strategies which incorporate genetic and genomic risk factors.
You and your classmates have completed a clinical rotation through a facility that cares for individuals diagnosed with Turner Syndrome. After this rotation, the instructor asks you to submit a care plan describing how you, other nurses, and other disciplines worked to address the needs of a newly admitted client to this facility.
Include the following in your care plan.
Provide details about the expected genetic and genomic assessment findings to include a discussion of the diagnostic testing process, including the timing of testing.
Describe the ethical considerations for genetic testing while pointing out potential ethical dilemmas of care for this population.
Reiterate pertinent ethical, theoretical foundations you would use to develop your plan of care.
Generate a care plan that includes both intraprofessional and interprofessional strategies to meet the needs of this client population.
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