Genetic Testing and Genetic Screening, Scope Note 22
McCarrick, Pat Milmoe
McCarrick, Pat Milmoe
Shiffert, Maddalena Tilli
Genetic Testing and Genetic Screening was originally authored by Pat Milmoe McCarrick, M.L.S., a reference librarian at the Bioethics Research Library (BRL) and published in the Kennedy Institute of Ethics Journal, Vol. 3, No. 3, pp. 333-354, September, 1993. This publication has been updated periodically by BRL staff members Martina Darragh, Harriet Gray, and Kathleen Schroeder. Maddalena Tilli Shiffert, Assistant Professor, Department of Biology, Georgetown University, was a scientific advisor on this project in 2011, when this bibliography was last updated. Also in 2011, Katherine L. Record and Melissa K. Bourne of the Georgetown University Law Center, developed search strategies to access the legal literature; these are incorporated into each Scope Note on genetics, along with strategies for other disciplines designed by BRL staff.
This annotated bibliography with an introductory essay was first published in the Kennedy Institute of Ethics Journal, Vol. 3, No. 3, pp. 333-354, September, 1993. It has been updated by Bioethics Research Library at Georgetown staff on a periodic basis through July 2011. These citations provide a representative sample of the literature on genetic screening and testing as an aid for students and researchers who are beginning to explore the topic. Search strategies for numerous databases are supplied at the end of this bibliography to support comprehensive research.
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Coutts, Mary Carrington; McCarrick, Pat Milmoe; Coutts, Mary Carrington; McCarrick, Pat Milmoe (Kennedy Institute of Ethics Journal, 1995-06)This annotated bibliography with an introductory essay was first published in the Kennedy Institute of Ethics Journal, Vol. 5, No. 2, pp. 163-178, June, 1995. It has been updated by Bioethics Research Library at Georgetown ...
McCarrick, Pat Milmoe (Bioethics Research Library, Kennedy Institute of Ethics, Georgetown University, 2006-03)The completion of the mapping of the human genome (see Scope Note 17: The Human Genome Project) shifts the spotlight of ethical inquiry from general questions about genetic research to specific issues with such topics as ...