Clinical Genomics for Physicians

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This e-learning module introduces physicians to clinical genomics.

This resource includes case studies, quizzes, tools and video interviews with physicians who are already engaged in this field.

It covers:
• The structure and function of the human genome
• The sequencing and testing process
• Some current applications in healthcare
• Discussing testing and results with patients and their families
• Ordering a genomic test or referring to genetics services
• Interpreting a genomic report
• Key ethical, legal and social issues

It was co-developed by Garvan Institute’s Kinghorn Centre for Clinical Genomics (KCCG) and the Royal Australasian College of Physicians (RACP).

‘Clinical Genomics for Physicians’ can be accessed for free on the RACP’s e-learning platform:

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