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ISONG
International Society of Nurses in Genetics is a organization dedicated to fostering the scientific and professional growth of nurses in human genetics.
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ISONG Nov 17
ISONG recognizes and appreciates the leadership exhibited by Dennis J. Cheek as ISONG President 2020!
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ISONG Nov 15
We certainly will!
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ISONG Nov 15
How amazing was ?? We hope to see you next year, for what we are hoping is an in-person Congress! We will be heading to Durham, North Carolina at the - November 5-7th! Mark your calendars!!
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ISONG Nov 15
That’s it for ! Join us for closing remarks from our amazing Congress Planning Co-chairs Drs. Grove (@ShephardU) and Howington ().
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ISONG Nov 15
From one of our Student Correspondents. This year’s Congress was one to remember!
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ISONG Nov 15
Nursing is a science and art. Though we must take it SLOW. We could all use this reminder
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ISONG Nov 15
Great expert lecture – collaboration is key! Dr. ’s call to join the G2NA listserv may be of assistance. Join now!
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ISONG Nov 15
The power of collaboration at its finest - we love to see it! A great group of led by Dr. - who is leading the efforts of and nursing competencies in genomics!
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ISONG Nov 15
It’s almost that time. Our closing keynote speaker is Dr. Martha Turner (). She will be presenting "Nightingale’s Trajectory Through an Ethics Lens." Quite fitting for
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ISONG Nov 15
You won’t want to miss this expert lecture presented by Drs. Calzone , Dwyer , and Tonkin ! "The Global Genomics Nursing Alliance Advocating for Nursing Capacity and Capability to Deliver Non-Specialist Genomic Healthcare"
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ISONG Nov 15
Dr. Wallace was a former Student Correspondent! It's never too early for students to start thinking about next year's congress and applying!
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ISONG Nov 15
The students are fantastic this year, aren’t they??
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ISONG Nov 15
This year’s posters have been spectacular! The science that so many of our members are doing is really creating lasting impacts on clinical practice, research and education. Check out these posters in today's session:
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ISONG Nov 15
Yesterday’s posters were fantastic, but we aren’t done! Posters 14-28 are being shown now in their respective zoom rooms – go support the science!
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ISONG Nov 15
Thank you to all the judges of our Congress Poster Competition!
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ISONG Nov 15
Please welcome our new president Dr. Kronk () as she addresses the ISONG membership for the first time in her new role!
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ISONG Nov 15
Congratulations to the winners of our Poster Competition! First place Robyn Wojeck (), Second place Lisa Gawron (), Third place Amelia Potter-Dickey ()
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ISONG Nov 15
A big thank you to all our amazing ISONG sponsors!
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ISONG Nov 15
Welcome back for our final day of Congress! Listen along as Dr. Michael Groves (@ShephardU) gives our announcements
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ISONG Nov 15
The Networking Lounge is open! Try our 1 on 1 speed networking to make some new connections and potential collaborations!
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