Blog articles


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How far we’ve come, how far we’ll go: 10 years of the GEP

The Genomics Education Programme (GEP) began in the summer of 2014 with big dreams, a small team, and a lot of work to do
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Hidden genomics in health visiting

In this feature article for the 2023 #GenomicsConversation week, we explore the vital role that health visitors play in unlocking the potential of genomics for patients
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Can you spot the hidden genomics?

We've put together eight short healthcare scenarios where genomics may play a part. See if you can work it out, and click to reveal if you're right
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Experts through experience: Arti’s story

In today’s #GenomicsConversation blog post, we share Arti’s story of pursuing genomic testing and finding answers about her condition
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Experts through experience: Jo’s story

As part of this year’s #GenomicsConversation, patient advocate Jo shares her breast cancer journey, which began before the NHS Genomic Medicine Service was set up
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Experts through experience: Dave’s story

As part of this year’s #GenomicsConversation, we spoke to 100,000 Genomes Project participant Dave about his first-hand experiences of genomic testing in the NHS
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Experts through experience: Becky’s story

Today, as part of our #GenomicsConversation week, we hear from Becky about her daughter’s complex condition, which remains undiagnosed even after genomic testing
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The professional view: Kate’s story

As part of #GenomicsConversation week, Professor Kate Tatton-Brown shares her personal experience of the genomic testing process and how it feels for a health professional to be a patient

News articles


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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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The #GenomicsConversation 2023 is here!

Join the National Genomics Education programme and colleagues across the health service as we shine a spotlight on how genomics is shaping patient treatment and care
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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

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#GenomicsConversation 2024

Join us in celebrating the 'genomics journeys' of patients and professionals alike in this year's awareness-raising campaign