This course aims to educate the genetic counselor about the intricacies of Huntington's disease to apply their knowledge and skills about hereditary diseases when counseling a person at risk who is seeking predictive testing or a symptomatic individual seeking confirmatory testing.
As pharmacogenomics becomes increasingly relevant in clinical care it is imperative for healthcare providers to understand this testing. This course will provide an introduction to pharmacogenomics, clinical applications of testing, limitations, and guidance for understanding and interpreting...
Our understanding of the genetic basis of disease advances at a rapid pace. The goal of this course is to share the status of genetic research and clinical knowledge in regards to several common diseases.
View sessions you missed in Atlanta, earn additional CEUs, and review the valuable information presented at the 2018 Annual Conference by purchasing online session recordings.
This course aims to outline the importance of EBP in clinical practice, guideline development, payer decisions, and policy outcomes as well as provide implementation tools and resources for genetic counselors.