And Genomics

Issues of Ethics, Law, Regulation and Communication

Edited by

David Castle

Institute for Science, Society and Policy, University of Ottawa, Canada

Nola M. Ries

Health Law Institute, University of Alberta, Canada

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8. Health Care Provider Capacity in Nutrition and Genetics -

A Canadian Case Study 139

JENNIFER FARRELL

9. Advancing Knowledge Translation in Nutritional Genomics by Addressing Knowledge, Skills and Confidence Gaps of Registered

Dietitians 161

ELLEN VOGEL, RUTH DEBUSK AND MILLY RYAN-HARSHMAN

10. Understanding Hopes and Concerns about Nutrigenomics: Canadian Public Opinion Research Involving Health Care Professionals and the Public 187

ALAN CASSELS

11. Pitching Products, Pitching Ethics: Selling Nutrigenetic Tests as Lifestyle or Medicine 205

PAULA SAUKKO

12. Framing Nutrigenomics for Individual and Public Health: Public Representations of an Emerging Field 223

TIMOTHY CAULFIELD, JACOB SHELLEY, TANIA BUBELA AND LEIA MINAKER

13. The Personal and the Public in Nutrigenomics 245

DAVID CASTLE

14. Food Styles and the Future of Nutrigenomics 263

MICHIEL KORTHALS

15. Epilogue: Future Directions 281

DAVID CASTLE AND NOLA M. RIES

Index 289

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