Genomic competencies for all healthcare professionals. Individuals and organizations may adopt these competencies as they integrate genomics content into ongoing education and program development.
Core principles that focus on the collection and basic interpretation of a medical family history in pedigree format for use in patient care and management.
Core principles that should constitute basic instruction in genetics for those in health care.
Many PAs are already feeling the impact of genetics in practice, but lack adequate training to effectively apply genetic information and technologies, or to answer patient questions.
GINA protects individuals from the misuse of genetic information in health insurance and employment. This overview provides information about the law.
This free, online program helps dietitians and nutritionists integrate genetics and genomics into clinical practice.
These principles are intended to guide educational efforts that address the expansion of genetics into the realm of common complex diseases.
Genetic counseling aids for major psychiatric disorders.
Genetic counseling aid age at onset curves for major psychiatric disorders.
The following questions, grouped by symptoms, can help the counselor identify individuals who may have psychiatric illness.
A slideset for educators on the value of family history in general prenatal care that focuses on family history collection and interpretation in prenatal case studies.