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Bringing Genomics into routine care: Panel Q&A

Recording of a virtual Q&A hosted in June 2021 for NHS healthcare professionals to learn more about how genomics is being embedded into the NHS. Particularly relevant for nurses, midwives, health visitors and pharmacists.

Video Overview

SessionClip time
Presentation: Genomics in our practice00:00 – 26:20
Panel Q&A: Ask our team26:20 – 43:44
What to do next: Education and training resources43:54 – 51:31

The Panel

  • Natalie Percival, Chief nursing officer at North Thames Genomic Medicine Service Alliance
  • Dr Angela Brady, Consultant Clinical Geneticist and Honorary Senior Lecturer at Imperial College London
  • Dr. Raliat Onatade, Chief Pharmacist at North Thames Genomic Medicine Service Alliance
  • Demetra Georgiou, Genomic transformation manager (healthcare innovation) at Imperial and North West London Healthcare
  • Blanche Griffin, North Thames Genomic Medicine Service Pathway Implementation Manager
  • Corinne Trim, Education and Training Lead at North Thames Genomic Medicine Services
  • Dr Dagmar Tapon, Genetic Counsellor at Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust

Please find below a list of the further education opportunities and information sources highlighted in the presentation:

  • Health Education England’s Genomics Education Programme offers educational slide decks, videos and taught courses. Visit their website for further information here
  • Organised by NHSEI, HEE’s Genomics Education programme and the RCNi, you can register for the remaining ‘From Niche to Necessity: Genomics in routine care’ webinars, which aim to support nurses, midwives and health visitors. Each webinar is CPD-certified and will allow participants to gain two hours of participatory CPD towards their revalidation. You can register here
  • To find our more about the Master’s in Genomic Medicine, sponsored by HEE’s Genomics Education Programme, visit their website here
    • Futurelearn also offer a number of courses related to genomics
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