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Your attitude towards genomics: Which classic Christmas character are you?

We frame some perspectives on genomic testing through the lens of popular Christmas icons. A guest written long read by genetic counsellor Dr Jonathan Roberts

Eight things a genetic counsellor may already be doing in your clinic

For today’s #GCAwarenessDay2023, NHS genetic counsellor Lily Barnett explains what you may see from this increasingly important and specialised profession

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Genomics in the NHS: A clinician’s guide to genomic testing for rare disease

Engage with expert mentors and fellow learners in the latest run of the Genomics Education Programme’s online course
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The #GenomicsConversation 2024 is coming!

Join us this June as we chart how genomics is becoming part of routine NHS care and meet the people who are making it happen
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Genomics in the NHS: A clinician’s guide to genomic testing for cancer (solid tumours)

Join our new two-week online course for a practical guide to the genomic testing pathway for solid tumours
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Now live: The revised genomic competency framework for UK nurses

The National Genomics Education programme has published a competency…
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Genomics education and training on a global stage

Experts from 49 countries gathered in Cambridge to learn, share…
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New in GeNotes: Neurology launches today!

The National Genomics Education programme has once again expanded its flagship resource with the launch of a brand-new neurology collection


Pharmacogenomics in the NHS: Future Prospects

On Thursday 7 March 2024 the Pharmacogenomics in the NHS: Future Prospects event is being held at The Spines, Paddington Village, Liverpool, with a focus on pharmacogenomics in the NHS
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The Unusual Suspects: Rare disease in everyday medicine

Medics4RareDiseases (M4RD) is proud and excited to announce details for its 11th annual symposium; The Unusual Suspects 2024: Rare Diseases in Everyday Medicine
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First, do no harm: Expert reflections on a rare bone disease

Medics4RareDiseases and FOP Friends, in collaboration with the Hunterian Museum at the Royal College of Surgeons of England, are hosting an evening reception on 13 February, for healthcare professionals
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Genomics Education for Psychiatrists

The Royal College of Psychiatrists is holding an online Genomics Education event on the afternoon of 5 December 2023