Blog articles


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Looking back: Genomics in 2022 (part one)

In the first of our two-part round-up of 2022, we look back at some of this year's most exciting clinical developments in genomics
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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?”

Reducing stroke risk with a genetic test

NHS Tayside introduces UK's first routine genetic test for stroke patients, estimated to bring improved outcomes to thousands of patients each year

Detecting cancer predisposition: Finding the balance

This week, we weigh up the potential advantages and challenges of wider genomic testing for identifying cancer

The Genomics Conversation: What matters to patients

The GEP recently met with patients and their relatives to talk about their experiences of genomic testing and the key insights they want healthcare professionals to know

Rapid genomic test helps prevent newborn hearing loss

We look at how rapid pharmacogenomic testing is helping save the hearing – and lives – of newborn babies

News articles


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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

Learn and share: join our course evaluation panel

Be one of the first to complete and review our new online course for clinicians unfamiliar with requesting genomic testing
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Explore genomics in health visiting

Health visitors can start or continue their genomics learning…

Events


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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
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Next Steps for Genomics in the UK

This conference will discuss the next steps for genomics in the UK.