NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — The National Human Genome Research Institute and the University of Virginia have begun a pilot project aimed at helping nursing educators and physician assistants develop new training materials for genomic medicine.
 
Developed using $100,000 in funding from NHGRI, the open access materials will be freely available on a website that will be used by both nursing educators and physician assistants to help them develop and review educational information on genetics and genomics.
 

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