Blog articles


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What can pop culture tell us about genetics?

Special guest author Dr Jonathan Roberts looks at how pop culture can help us think about genetics in different ways.
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How accurate are genomic tests?

We outline five key things to consider when answering the common patient question, “How accurate is this genomic test?”

News articles


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Genomics for allied health professionals: Survey Results

Your responses to our survey will inform the development of genomics education for allied health professionals across England

New horizon-scanning webinar series for 2023

The GEP has launched the first of an exciting series of expert webinars designed to create a link between academia and genomics education
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The #GenomicsConversation 2023 is coming

Is genomics hidden for you? Join us in June as we uncover the many ways genomics is shaping patient care

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

Join our new two-week online course for a practical guide to the genomic testing process for rare disease
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Test-drive our new primary care genomics education tool and earn free CPD!

The Genomics Education Programme is inviting feedback on our online genomics resource, GeNotes
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Have your say on the key genomics competencies required of all nurses in the UK

A revised genomics competency framework for nurses is being opened to consultation

Our nursing educator’s toolkit receives RCN endorsement

Genomics toolkit for nursing educators receives RCN endorsement and is fit for national nursing practice
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Genomics for allied health professionals: Have your say

Allied health professionals are invited to share their views of genomics and its impact on their roles in a new awareness survey

Events


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Genomics in obstetrics and gynaecology

Register for this new hybrid course developed by the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists to increase awareness and understanding of genomics and its application in obstetrics and gynaecology
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LinkAGE Webinar 1: Introduction to gene-directed therapies

Welcome to the first in a new series of expert webinars. In this first webinar Dr James Patterson will provide an introduction to gene-directed therapies