This presentation will describe the factors that influence when parents decide to initiate a conversation about the genetic testing process and the subsequent test results with their child/children, barriers and/or facilitators to disclosure conversations, and the manner in which parents communicated the testing results.
1. The nurse will be able to describe parental communication styles when disclosing the presence of a cancer predisposition syndrome to their child/children
2. The nurse will be able to describe motivators adn barriers verbalized by parents who proceeded with genetic testing for their child/children
3. The nurse will be able to describe the scheduling of cancer predisposition screening for patients positive for P53
CE Accreditation: Participants will be awarded 1 CNE upon completion of the hour long webinar and submission of a post test and evaluation. Attendance for the entire session is required for CNE credit. A link will be distributed after the webinar.
Association of Pediatric Hematology/Oncology Nurses (APHON) is accredited as a provider of continuing nursing education by the American Nurses Credentialing Centers' Commission on Accreditation.
Faculty Disclosure of Relevant Financial Relationship(s): Faculty and nurse planners report no conflict of interest with the content of this activity.