Washington University School of Medicine

Bibliography

The following list of articles were helpful in forming the surveys.

Genomic Information Needs (general)

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Genomic Information Needs of Basic Science Researchers

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Genomic Information Needs of Clinical Research Professionals and Healthcare Professionals

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Genomic Information Needs of Community Organizations and/or Community Members

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US Department of Health and Human Services, Secretary’s Advisory Committee on Genetics, Health, and Society. Genetics Education and Training. February 2011. Available at: http://oba.od.nih.gov/oba/SACGHS/reports/SACGHS_education_report_2011.pdf. Accessed February 26, 2013