Communication for the Heartland Regional Genetics Group


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Jayne Brown <[log in to unmask]>
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Tue, 21 Oct 2008 08:48:07 -0500
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I agree with the theme of the newsletter; I suppose you could include in 
that theme updates from the states. Awsome job Shona!

Whitehead, Shona R. (HSC) wrote:
> Heartland Members:
> As the Heartland Collaborative newsletter plans for its future issues, 
> we need your input for the content. We want the content to be 
> reflective of what is applicable and important to our region, but also 
> keeps us looking forward to areas where we can communicate and 
> collaborate with each other.
> Which would you prefer to see in the future?
>          Each issue has an overall theme and all articles relate to 
> that pre-selected theme
> OR
>          Each state will decide the topic of their article for each 
> newsletter issue
> If you have ideas for themes, topics or other general newsletter 
> content, please send me your suggestions.
> Thanks,
> Shona
> Shona R. Whitehead
> Sponsored Program Coordinator
> Heartland Regional Genetics and Newborn Screening Collaborative
> University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center
> 940 NE 13^th Street, Rm 2B2418
> Oklahoma City, OK 73104
> 405-271-8001 ext. 42190

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