Online Course

Lynch Syndrome online training for pathologists

Lynch syndrome is a cancer predisposition syndrome in which the main concerns are colorectal and endometrial cancer. There is also a risk of other cancers, although less frequently.

The National Lynch Syndrome Project Team (lead by the North Thames & South East GMSA teams), in collaboration with Dr Nicholas West, Associate Professor of Pathology and Honorary Consultant in Gastrointestinal Pathology, University of Leeds, have launched an online training for pathologists which is currently available via the RM Partners West London Cancer Alliance.

This training includes modules focussed on both colorectal cancer and endometrial cancer pathways. It is recommended that participants take the modules and tests specific to the cancer pathway they work within.

The training involves watching two short videos which cover all the different stages of the Lynch syndrome pathway, and then completing the two related online questionnaires to ensure that you have understood correctly the processes and procedures for testing. In addition, the training provides a range of supporting documents to help understand this pathway.

Events Healthcare Professionals

New Course: Genomics Essentials for Paediatric Oncology

An overview of hereditary cancer predisposition in children

This one day learning event organised by the North East Thames Cancer
Genetics team will give an overview of paediatric cancer genetic syndromes and covers aspects of diagnosis, management and genetic counselling.

The faculty consists of clinicians from GOSH and beyond who are national and international experts in their field.

The course is for any healthcare professional interested in broadening their
understanding of hereditary cancer predisposition in children. It is particularly suitable for:

Clinical Genetics Registrars, Consultant Clinical Geneticists, Oncology Registrars, Consultant Oncologists and Paediatric Oncology Nurses

Learning Outcomes

  • Improved understanding of hereditary conditions which predispose to cancer in childhood
  • Improved understanding of surveillance options for managing cancer risk in childhood
  • Exploring the genetic counselling challenges in a paediatric cancer genetics setting

Date: Tuesday 11th October 2022 9.10 16.30
Venue: Online (Zoom)
CPD Accreditation: In progress
Cost: £125

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