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The book has four sections: I. An Introduction to the New Era of Genetics; II.
They dove into clinical work and scientific investigations to learn how people perceive, react emotionally, develop understanding, communicate with others, and make decisions about genetic information
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Susan H. McDaniel, P. is a clinical psychologist who has strived to bridge the divide between mental and physical healthcare. Her work was strongly influenced by the biopsychosocial model developed by George Engel, MD, and family systems principles espoused by her mentor Lyman Wynne, MD, a family psychiatrist. She co-founded the field of medical family therapy and has been an innovator and long-time proponent for integrated healthcare.
Miller, Suzanne M. McDaniel, Susan H. Rolland, John S. Feetham, Suzanne L. Bibliographic Citation. GenEthx: Genetics and Ethics Database. Показать полную информацию.
The book targets a wide audience, at all stages of professional development, and establishes a unified individual and family focus for responding to the psychosocial challenges of the new era of genetics and genomics. Online Stores ▾. Audible Barnes & Noble Walmart eBooks Apple Books Google Play Abebooks Book Depository Alibris Indigo Better World Books IndieBound. Hardcover, 520 pages.
Miller, S. McDaniel, S. Rolland, J. & Feetham, S. L. (Ed. 2006) It is from this vantage point that Miller and her colleagues endeavor to explore the psychosocial and familial implications of genetics and genomics. Individuals, families, and the new era of genetics: Biopsychosocial perspectives. It is from this vantage point that Miller and her colleagues endeavor to explore the psychosocial and familial implications of genetics and genomics. Individuals, Families, and the New Era of Genetics is truly groundbreaking in its contribution both to the field of genetics and genomics, and also to family therapy. However, the book is not for the faint of heart.
Individuals, Families, and the New Era of Genetics: Biopsychosocial Perspectives
Individuals, Families, and the New Era of Genetics: Biopsychosocial Perspectives. New York City, W. W. Norton and Company. This excellent introduction to the topic of genetics examines the use of health information, family history, and the behavioral and psychosocial dimensions of care. Offers practical examples of how genetics can be incorporated into prevention and intervention. Introduces ethical, political, and philosophical discussions. Targets students and professionals.
Living with anticipatory loss in the new era of genetics : a life cycle perspective, John S. Rolland Psychosocial interventions for patients and . Rolland Psychosocial interventions for patients and families coping with genetic conditions, Susan H. McDaniel. book below: (C) 2016-2018 All rights are reserved by their owners.
Individuals, Families & the New Era of Genetics: Biopsychosocial Perspectives. The joint resolution was signed by Senator Joseph Vitale and Assemblymen John S. Wisniewski and Craig J. Coughlin. New York: Norton Publications. Foreword by Dr. Francis Collins). Featured Grantee, Cancer Control and Population Sciences, National Cancer Institute, 2014-15.
Heldring, Individuals, Families, and the New Era of Genetics (2006) with Suzanne Miller, John Rolland, and . 2018 Salas, E; Reyes, DL; McDaniel SH. "The science of teamwork: Progress, reflections, and the road ahead. The American Psychologist. 2018; 73(4): 593-600.
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American Journal of Nursing 2007 Book of the Year Award Winner.Individuals, Families, and the New Era of Genetics: Biopsychosocial Perspectives brings together state-of-the-science information on the psychosocial aspects of genetics and genomics from individual and family dynamic perspectives. Genetic screening, testing, and treatment for disease will soon be available on a large scale. This book applies cognitive-behavioral and family systems approaches to conceptualize how individuals and their families cope with genetic information. Its authors, all eminent scholars, cover theoretical, methodological, clinical, legal, and ethical issues involved in areas such as information processing, decision making, quality of life, behavior change, and family communication. The book targets a wide audience, at all stages of professional development, and establishes a unified individual and family focus for responding to the psychosocial challenges of the new era of genetics and genomics.