How are people responding to genomics?

Society and Ethics Research

6th April 2017 -

Society and Ethics Research

Supporting health professionals to talk ‘genetics’ with patients

Read about the how and whys of the ‘Counselling skills for genomics’ module, part of the new Mst in Genomic Medicine at the University of Cambridge.

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7th February 2017 -

Advanced Courses and Scientific Conferences, Connecting Science, Society and Ethics Research

Leading the genomics revolution in everyday nursing practice

The first G2NA retreat identified how to get genomics integrated into practice, policy, professional development, and nursing curricula worldwide.

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15th November 2016 -

Society and Ethics Research

Society and Ethics Research films find new festival-going audiences

This autumn shorts films produced by Wellcome Genome Campus Society and Ethics Research are being shown in festivals in Europe and the USA.

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24th May 2016 -

Society and Ethics Research

Your DNA, Your Say: global survey on online health data and sharing

Your DNA Your Say is an ambitious, global research project in the form of a ‘film-survey’ experience gathering the views of people around the world on online health data and how it might be used by others.

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14th March 2016 -

Society and Ethics Research

Socialising the Genome: Sparking discussions about genomics in everyday life

The Society and Ethics Research team has launched a project called Socialising the Genome to explore how to turn genomics from an anti-social concept to a more social one.

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