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Can Heterogeneity of Chronic Sickle Cell Disease Pain Be Explained by Genomics? A Literature Review
This literature review explores the potential of genomics to explain, or at least contribute to the discussion about, heterogeneity in chronic pain in sickle-cell disease (SCD). Background: Adults with SCD, a single-gene ...
Nurses Collaborating with Cross Disciplinary Networks: Starting to Integrate Genomics into Practice
(National Black Nurses Association, Inc., 2010-07)
Nurses and other health-care providers are poised to include genetic discoveries into practice settings and to translate such knowledge for consumer benefit within culturally appropriate contexts. Nurses must seek ...
Using improvisational theater to teach genetics concepts
For 40 years, nursing leaders have called for more genetics content in the undergraduate nursing curriculum, but incorporating the essentials of the growing body of genetics knowledge into crowded nursing curricula remains ...