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A Blueprint for Genomic Nursing Science

A Blueprint for Genomic Nursing Science1 by Dr. Calzone, et al., summarizes recommendations of a 2012 Genomic Nursing State of Science Advisory Panel for furthering genomic nursing science to improve health outcomes. They offer targeted research topics for consideration to build the evidence of the value of genomic information.

A Path Forward for Genomic Nursing Research

A Path Forward for Genomic Nursing Research2 by Drs. Tully and Grady summarized NINR’s efforts to advance the incorporation of genomics into nursing research.


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National Institute of Nursing Research Strategic Plan

NINR’s Strategic Plan: Advancing Science, Improving Lives, focuses on areas of science in which the health needs are greatest, and in which NINR-supported research can have the largest impact. The Plan is intended to be a living document, one which can be adapted as new opportunities and challenges arise.

Available at: https://www.ninr.nih.gov/sites/www.ninr.nih.gov/files/NINR_StratPlan2016_reduced.pdf

National Institutes of Health Symptom Science Model (NIH-SSM)

An article by Cashion & Grady (2015)3 describes the development of the National Institutes of Health Symptom Science Model (NIH-SSM) and how it can be used to organize and implement a genomic research program lead by nurse scientists. A follow-up article by Cashion et al. (2016) 4 provides exemplars of nurse scientists applying the NIH-SSM to characterize phenotypes, identify and test Omics markers, and develop clinical interventions.

1 Calzone, K., Jenkins, J., et al. (2013). A Blueprint for Genomic Nursing Science. Journal of Nursing Scholarship.45:1, 96-104. PMID: 23368636
2 Tully L., Grady P. A Path Forward for Genomic Nursing Research. Res Nurs Health 2015;38(3):177-179. PMID: 25872111
3 Cashion AK, Grady PA, The National Institutes of Health/National Institutes of Nursing Research Intramural Research Program and the Development of the NIH Symptom Science Model. Nurs Outlook. 2015;63(4):484-7. PMID: 26187087
4 Cashion AK, Gill J, Hawes R, Henderson WA, Saligan L. National Institutes of Health Symptom Science Model sheds light on patient symptoms. Nurs Outlook. 2016;64:499-506. PMID: 27349632.