Learn about the role of clinical bioinformaticians in healthcare and how their work is helping to realise the genomics revolution.
An online course proposed be the University of Manchester. Next start Date: April 16, 2018.
"This programme provides contemporary academic and practical training in genetics applied to disease and healthcare. The core training aspect of this programme is a 25 week full-time research project.
The programme is suitable for science graduates who have a basic understanding of human genetics and molecular biology and graduates will be well qualified for a career in clinical or laboratory based genetic medicine (including biotech and industrial R&D).
For medical students this programme can be completed during undergraduate training or after qualification and will provide invaluable experience for those wishing to pursue a career in genetics or academic medicine.
Graduates from this programme will be well placed for pursuing further research through a PhD."
Free online courses in genetics produced by health professionals in Europe for health professionals in Europe.
As part of the Gen-Equip project, we have produced a series of online courses based on patient cases.
They are suitable for medical doctors, nurses and midwives:
- Working in Primary Care (general or family practice)
- Working Secondary care (e.g. oncology, cardiac care, obstetrics, pardiatrics)
- Who have begun training in genetics (genetic counsellors, genetic nurses, trainee geneticists)
- As additional course material for undergraduate or postgraduate students in the health professions.
There are cases to cover:
- Familial cancers
- Genetic issues arising during or before pregnancy
- The child with a genetic condition
- Inherited cardiac conditions.
In addition, there is a series of short webinars on key topics such as
- Taking and recording a family history,
- Testing during pregnancy,
- Understanding genetic test results
- Referring to the genetics service.
Please go to www.primarycaregenetics.org to access all the educational materials.
This project has been co-funded by the European Union under the Erasmus+ programme.
The material in this webinar reflects only the author’s views and the European Commission and Ecorys UK are not responsible for any use that may be made of the information it contains.