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Delivery of Information: Implementation of Pharmacogenomics in Clinical Practice by Mary V. Relling at the Institute of Medicine
Clinical Implementation of Preemptive Pharmacogenetic Testing by Mary V. Relling at Duke University Medical Center
Integration of Pharmacogenetics into Clinical Practice by Mary V. Relling at the Cleveland Clinic
Institutional Leadership Perspective on Implementing Genomic Medicine Programs by William E. Evans at the National Human Genome Research Institute (link on NHGRI has audio too)
PG4KDS Protocol: Clinical Implementation of Preemptive Pharmacogenetics by Mary V. Relling at the American Society of Clinical Pharmacology and Therapeutics
Clinical Implementation of Pharmacogenomics by Mary V. Relling at the American Society of Clinical Pharmacology and Therapeutics
Beyond the Hype-Developing, Implementing and Sharing Pharmacogenomic Clinical Decision Support by James M. Hoffman at the American Medical Informatics Association Annual Symposium
Clinical Pharmacogenomics: Translating Research to Patient Care by Kristine R. Crews at the University of Florida
Implementation of Preemptive Clinical Pharmacogenetics by Mary V. Relling at the Mayo Clinic Center for Individualized Medicine (Look for Day 2: Tuesday, October 1 presentations and click on Mary V. Relling)
Institutional Leadership Perspective on Implementing Genomic Medicine Programs by William E. Evans at the National Human Genome Research Institute
Putting Pharmacogenomics into Practice: Successful Implementation in Pediatrics by Kristine Crews at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital
Pharmacogenetics and Individualized Therapy by Kristine Crews at St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital (free sign in access required)
Residency Training in Pharmacogenetics:
St. Jude offers an ASHP accredited PGY-2 residency in pharmacogenetics. Read more about the residency program.
The Clinical Pharmacogenetics Implementation Consortium (CPIC) and CPIC Guidelines
PAAR4Kids: Pharmacogenetics of Anticancer Agents in Children
PharmGKB and the PGRN
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