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Johnson A, Broughton S, Aponte-Soto L
Participatory genomic testing can effectively disseminate cardiovascular pharmacogenomics concepts within federally qualified health centers: a feasibility study.
Researchers assessed feasibility of an educational program designed to enhance stakeholder knowledge and perceptions of pharmacogenomics at a federally qualified health center. Twenty providers and 10 community members were recruited for a feasibility study via convenience sampling. The researchers determined that a pharmacogenomics educational program tailored for an underrepresented community was feasible and acceptable; outcomes will advise methodology for larger implementation studies.
Citation: Johnson A, Broughton S, Aponte-Soto L . Participatory genomic testing can effectively disseminate cardiovascular pharmacogenomics concepts within federally qualified health centers: a feasibility study. Ethn Dis 2020 Apr;30(Suppl 1):167-76. doi: 10.18865/ed.30.S1.167..
Keywords: Genetics, Cardiovascular Conditions, Community Partnerships, Health Literacy, Education: Patient and Caregiver