A doctor discusses genomics with a patient

New in GeNotes: Endocrinology is now live!

The flagship just-in-time resource adds another specialty to its offering with the launch of a brand-new endocrinology collection

The National Genomics Education programme has once again expanded its free educational resource, GeNotes, with a new collection written by endocrinologists for endocrinologists.

The programme, whose purpose is to educate the whole NHS workforce about genomics and its potential across all areas of healthcare, already provides a wealth of GeNotes resources in specialties such as paediatrics and oncology – all developed in collaboration with clinical experts working across the NHS.

Concise summaries and in-depth learning

Split across two tiers, GeNotes is there to support the busy endocrinologist before, during and after patient appointments. The first tier, In the Clinic, contains short, useful summaries centred around example clinical scenarios, and is designed to give clinicians the information they need quickly before or during a patient appointment. The second tier, Knowledge Hub, provides a wealth of further learning resources designed to develop users’ understanding of a broad range of topics – from genomic testing technologies and core genomics concepts to specific genetic conditions.

Specialties coming soon

The demand for more GeNotes specialties keeps growing, with content currently in development for new collections in pharmacogenomics, cardiology, mental health and more.

If you think your specialty should be included or you’re interested in getting involved, please get in touch.