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The Genetics Education Program for Nurses (GEPN) has developed several resources that can be used for self education or can be used by faculty who are looking for ways to integrate genetic / genomic content into their curricula. Descriptions of the various instructional resources follow.
Nursing School Genetics Curriculum Modules - The purpose of the Nursing School Genetics Curriculum Modules is to enable nursing faculty to integrate genetics content into their curricula. The modules are distributed on CD-ROM. Files are saved as portable document files (.pdf)
Genetics is Relevant Now: Nurses’ Views and Patient Stories - The purpose of this resource is to inform nurses about the relevance of genetics and genomics in patient care and nursing practice. There are TWO versions of this module; one sequentially presented version to be used for personal education, and a version that allows for selection of specific sections for classroom presentations.
The presenters have declared no conflict of interest related to this program. There is no commercial support or sponsorship for this program.
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