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Healthcare Professionals' Genomics Education Week

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Genomics is becoming an increasingly important part of patient care, but healthcare providers may not be aware of the genomics education resources available. The National Human Genome Research Institute and its partners are organizing a social media campaign from June 6-10, 2022, that focuses on healthcare provider genomics education. This initiative will include panel discussions, webinars, Twitter chats and Q&As.

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June 6: Direct-to-Consumer Genetic Testing

TBD

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June 7: Pharmacogenomics

Ask A Curator – Healthcare Professionals

12:00 p.m. ET
9:00 a.m. PT
5:00 p.m. GMT

PharmGKB continues its Ask A Curator series with an event designed for healthcare professionals new to pharmacogenomics and PharmGKB. If you have a specific question about using PharmGKB or just want some guidance on getting started, join our informal, virtual Q&A session with PharmGKB curators.

Places are limited to 25 participants to allow enough time to address everyone’s questions. Questions can be submitted through the registration form or brought up during the session.

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June 8: Inclusive Genetics

TBD

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June 9: Cancer Genomics/OB-GYN

Cancer Genomics: How to Talk the Talk and Walk the Walk as Oncology Nurses

1:00 p.m. ET

Oncology nurses play an essential role in supporting people with cancer when they receive complex genomic information that is used to inform their treatment plan. The Oncology Nursing Society (ONS) wants to assure that the current and next generation of oncology nurses know the science, can apply the latest evidence in practice, and translate genomics information to patients and families. ONS offers a genomics taxonomy, a multitude of educational offerings, and point-of-care tools to support oncology nursing practice. Learn about these resources and how to integrate them into your practice by attending this learning activity.

Zoom Meeting

June 10: Rare Diseases

TBD

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Last updated: May 17, 2022