You’ll teach patients and their families about their genetic risks.
You’ll perform tests, analyze results and identify hereditary risk factors.
You’ll care for patients who have or are at risk for genetic diseases.
- Genetic clinics
- Outpatient clinics
Work as a Registered Nurse, gaining experience in genetics, cancer, clinic care etc.
Pass the Genetic Clinical Nurse Certification exam through the Genetic Nursing Credentialing Commission.
You’re ready to work as a Genetics Nurse.
After working as a Genetics Nurse for 1500 hours you can get your Advanced Genetic Nurse Certification.
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