- Professor Kate Tatton Brown
- Dr Ellie Hay
- Dr Amy Frost
Date of Recording
March 24, 2023
March 23, 2024
1) Understand the changing landscape of genomic medicine and relevance to paediatrics
2) Recognise the role of GeNotes in providing both ‘just in time’ access to relevant information in the clinic setting and extended learning through the knowledge hub
3) Understand how you might utilise this resource with worked examples
We would be very grateful for your feedback on this webinar – the survey should take no longer than 3-4 minutes to complete. Thank you.
Dr Ellie Hay: email@example.com
Genomics Education Programme website: www.genomicseducation.hee.nhs.uk
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RCPCH Genomics page: https://www.rcpch.ac.uk/key-topics/genomics
We do not issue CPD certificates for webinars or podcasts, as we are unable to verify participation.
However, you are still able to record as a CPD activity as you normally would, detailing what you have learned and how the learning will benefit your practice.
When recording the activity, delegates should focus on the reflection and detail the following:
- What did you learn?
- What effect has/will the learning had/have on your current practice?
- What further learning or action, if any, is needed as a result of the original learning activity?
If you have any questions, please contact the CPD team
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Whole genome sequencing: developments and future perspectives
On 20 January 2023 we hosted a webinar discussion with Genomics England to hear the most recent updates and the future perspectives in paediatric genomics. You can watch the recording and read our speakers' responses to questions posed by delegates during the event.
Professor Kate Tatton Brown
Clinical Director and Head of HEE Genomic Education Programme (GEP), Consultant Clinical Genetics (St George’s University Hospital), Professor in clinical genetics and genomics education with St. George's
Dr Ellie Hay
Co-Chair of the Paediatric Genomics Working Group, Consultant Clinical Genetics (Great Ormond Street Hospital)
Dr Amy Frost
Education Development Lead at Health Education England’s Genomics Education Programme
Amy is a doctor with a background in clinical genetics, but for the last 8 years has been working in genomics education - developing and supporting genomics education resources and initiatives, in collaboration with St George’s University of London, the Can-Gene-Can-Var programme, the Academy of Medical Royal Colleges and, most recently, with the GEP at HEE.
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