2 edition of Genetics in Canadian health care. found in the catalog.
Genetics in Canadian health care.
Science Council of Canada.
|Series||Report ;, 42, Report (Science Council of Canada) ;, 42.|
|LC Classifications||RB155 .S33 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 132 p. :|
|Number of Pages||132|
|LC Control Number||92168798|
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In general, medical schools have not embraced the challenge of adequately educating physicians in genetics and genomics. A publication of a survey 12 of accredited U.S.
and Canadian medical schools found that although more than three-quarters teach medical genetics to first-year students, fewer than half of the schools incorporate it into the 3rd and 4th years—the years that focus on. Genetics in Canadian health care.
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Understand the developing and critical issues in health law and policy. Much more than the study of laws relevant to the area of medicine, Canadian Health Law and Policy draws together the legal and policy issues that are relevant to human health, and sheds new light on emerging and continuing trends.
Written by Canada's leading health law scholars, the fifth edition of this unique work. The health system's test will look for mutations in at least 77 genes.
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