Case-based programs that build skills and knowledge about genomic medicine for all health professionals
In this course, you will watch a short video that demonstrates collecting information for a targeted family history. You will practice asking the right questions to elicit enough information to assess family history disease risk and be presented with tools to help make this task easy to implement in your practice.
In this course, you will watch a short video of a patient and provider discussion about patient motivations for genetic testing. You will practice deciding when and if genetic testing is appropriate, given the clinical and personal context and be presented with tools to help make this task easy to implement in your practice.
In this course you will practice determining appropriate management based on family history risk.
In this course, you will analyze family histories and classify the patients' risk into average, increased (or moderate), or high risk for cancer.
In this course, you will practice interpreting genetic testing results within a patient’s specific context.
In this course, you will watch a short video that demonstrates identifying cancer risk factors in a family history. Then, you will practice identifying risk factors in several case scenarios and be presented with tools to help make this task easy to implement in your practice.
In this course you will practice evaluating the fit between a patient's history and a particular genetic test for hereditary colon cancer syndromes. This course is targeted to clinicians who order colon cancer genetic testing.
Free online CME for physicians: Practice weighing the benefits, risks, and limitations of different genetic tests within specific patient contexts.
In this course you will practice evaluating how well a particular genetic test assesses breast cancer risk (clinical validity) and the potential impact of testing on patient outcomes (clinical utility). This course is targeted to clinicians who order breast cancer genetic testing.
Practice facilitating shared decision making and interpreting results for expanded carrier screening with case based scenarios.
In Prenatal Cell-free DNA Screening, you will learn about the benefits and limitations of cell-free DNA screening in prenatal care for the purpose of facilitating patient decision-making.
Explore the benefits and limitations of using large tumor genome panels.
Working through the case studies, you will practice identifying, evaluating, and managing patients with HBOC. The program also provides strategies for counseling patients before and after genetic testing, approaches to communicating risk, and tools to help you collaborate with a genetic or other specialist.