Genomics and related fields are becoming increasingly relevant in health care practice. Italy is the first European country that has a structured policy of Public Health Genomics. Nevertheless, what should be the role of genomics in a public health perspective and how public health professionals should engage with advances in genomics' knowledge and technology, is still not entirely clear.

Boccia, S., Federici, A., Colotto, M., Villari, P., [Implementation of Italian guidelines on public health genomics in Italy: a challenging policy of the NHS], <<EPIDEMIOLOGIA E PREVENZIONE>>, 2015; 38 (6 Suppl 2): 29-34 [http://hdl.handle.net/10807/70582]

[Implementation of Italian guidelines on public health genomics in Italy: a challenging policy of the NHS]

Boccia, Stefania;Colotto, Marco;
2015

Abstract

Genomics and related fields are becoming increasingly relevant in health care practice. Italy is the first European country that has a structured policy of Public Health Genomics. Nevertheless, what should be the role of genomics in a public health perspective and how public health professionals should engage with advances in genomics' knowledge and technology, is still not entirely clear.
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Boccia, S., Federici, A., Colotto, M., Villari, P., [Implementation of Italian guidelines on public health genomics in Italy: a challenging policy of the NHS], <>, 2015; 38 (6 Suppl 2): 29-34 [http://hdl.handle.net/10807/70582]
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