Blog articles


New Lynch syndrome registry ‘game-changing’ for patients

England’s latest Lynch syndrome patient database may transform the disease’s detection and monitoring, becoming a blueprint for other genomic diseases
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Mainstreaming whole genome sequencing: where are we now?

Genomic testing capabilities are advancing in affordability and accessibility by the day. But what is the current trajectory of whole genome sequencing in healthcare?

News articles


New pharmacogenomics elearning now live

Pharmacists can learn about how genomics is impacting on their practice, and what they can do in this open access resource

Watch new ‘perspectives’ film series online

Patients present three different stories of the power, potential and pitfalls of genomic testing
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GeNotes Oncology: 30+ new articles added

The NHS England National Genomics Education Programme has expanded its oncology GeNotes collection with the addition of 34 new articles, covering a broad range of patient presentations, genomic testing guidance and further learning.
introducing the Genomics Training Academy

Inside GTAC, the Genomics Training Academy

The new online educational hub will support the specialist genomics workforce across the UK

Genomic testing course runs again for Rare Disease Day 2024

Engage with expert mentors and fellow learners in the latest run of the Genomics Education Programme’s online course
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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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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

Events


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Study Day: Applications of genomics in paediatrics

On 10th June 2024 the RCPCH are hosting a one-day, CPD-approved, in-person study day covering the fundamentals of genomics in paediatrics
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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