Dr. Becky Kronk (PI) on the awarding of a R25 NIH Grant, Genomic Competencies for Nurses from Theory to Application: An Online Long Course in the amount of $809,592
Dr. Rebecca Kronk was awarded a R25 NIH Grant, Genomic Competencies for Nurses from Theory to Application: An Online Long Course in the amount of $809,592. Dr. Rita Mihailescu, interim chair and professor in the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, is also a PI on this grant.
The overarching goals of this five-year grant, "Genomic Competencies for Nurses from Theory to Application: An Online Long Course," are to create a training opportunity based on the Essential Genetic and Genomic Competencies for Nurses with Graduate Degrees tailored to doctoral-level nursing faculty and students and to improve nurses' genetic literacy and genomic science literacy to benefit patient/population health care outcomes, particularly those from underrepresented minorities (URM), through research, evidence-based practice, education, and advocacy.
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