Page address: http://ahn.mnsu.edu/nursing/forum/
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    The New Normal:

    Pharmacogenomics: The Study of the Role of Genetics in Drug Responses

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    The New Normal:

    Pharmacogenomics: The Study of the Role of Genetics in Drug Responses

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    The New Normal:

    Pharmacogenomics: The Study of the Role of Genetics in Drug Responses

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    The New Normal:

    Pharmacogenomics: The Study of the Role of Genetics in Drug Responses

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    The New Normal:

    Pharmacogenomics: The Study of the Role of Genetics in Drug Responses

When:

Friday,
October 2, 2015;
8:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.

Where:

Minnesota State University,
Mankato
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Cost:

$49 half day/$89 full day; 5 Contact Hours available for full day

Annual Nursing Forum

The annual Nursing Forum helps nurses improve their practice. It offers nurses an opportunity to present research, learn from prominent healthcare leaders about timely topics and gain continuing education credits.

Presented by Mu Lambda Chapter, Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing, Minnesota State University, Mankato and The Glen Taylor Nursing Institute for Family and Society.

Keynote Address

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Julie Kittelsrud is a Nurse Practitioner at the Avera Institute for Human Genetics in Sioux Falls, SD, where she is a member of the personalized medicine team, and nurse researcher. Julie attended the 2014 Summer Genetics Institute at the NINR and is a PhD student at South Dakota State University. Her dissertation research is “The relationship of patient activation and medication adherence to pharmacogenetic testing in a severe mental health and chronic illness population”.