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Harvard Medical School: HMX

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“HMX courses have been envisioned and created by a highly skilled interdisciplinary team of Harvard Medical School educators and creative professionals—each an expert in his or her own field. Together we craft curricula with integrated multimedia elements and didactic visuals focused on bringing medical concepts to life via real-world and clinical applications.

“We apply the science of learning and best practices in biomedical visualization to guide the development of our courses. Our goal is to help learners focus on the understanding and application of key scientific principles.

“Whether you’re catching up or getting ahead—or just looking for a new perspective on core medical concepts—we hope you’ll join us for HMX courses.”

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Genomics in healthcare

Gain insight into the role of genomic technologies across the breadth of medicine, with this flexible program of online courses from St George’s, University of London.

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Public health masterclass in genomics

As genomics continues to move into mainstream patient care, it should be considered in many facets of public health, such as controlling outbreaks of infectious diseases.

Therefore, a need exists for public health professionals to be aware of the power of genomics to bring benefits to patients and their families.

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Genomics 101: Inheriting Genomic Information

Learn how genomic information is passed from parent to child, and from cell to cell, in this short, flexible online course.

Part of a series of courses covering topics such as the impact of errors in the genome and how to record a genetic family history, this e-learning has been developed for healthcare professionals with little or no previous genomics knowledge.

At the end of each course, there is an opportunity for learners to demonstrate what they have learnt and download a certificate of participation.   

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Genomics 101: Taking and drawing a genetic family tree

Learn why a genetic family history is a valuable tool to help identify an inherited condition, and how to take and draw a family history yourself, in this short, flexible online course.

Part of a series of courses covering topics such as the structure of DNA and impact of errors in the genome, this e-learning has been developed for healthcare professionals with little or no previous genomics knowledge.

At the end of each course, there is an opportunity for learners to demonstrate what they have learnt and download a certificate of participation.   

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Genomics 101: From Genes to Genome

Learn about the core concepts around genomics in healthcare – including the structure of DNA, the purpose of genes, and our genome’s influence on our health – in this short, flexible online course.

Part of a series of courses covering topics such as how DNA is passed from parent to child and how to record family history, this e-learning has been developed for healthcare professionals with little or no previous genomics knowledge.

At the end of each course, there is an opportunity for learners to demonstrate what they have learnt and download a certificate of participation.   

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Inside Cancer: How Genes Influence Cancer Development

Understand how genetics influence the development and spread of cancer, with this free, introductory online course.

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Introduction to Bioinformatics

Speciality focus.

Through textual content, videos, animations and case studies, you will learn from a range of bioinformatics experts, including practitioners in cutting-edge genomic medicine departments and researchers across a range of disciplines. On completion of the course, a short assessment will provide an opportunity to demonstrate what you have learned.

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Genomics 101 – Genomics in Healthcare

Part of a series of courses covering topics such as what is DNA and how the genome is investigated, this e-learning has been developed for healthcare professionals with little or no previous genomics knowledge.

At the end of each course, there is an opportunity for learners to demonstrate what they have learnt and download a certificate of participation.