This program was developed to help primary care providers identify, evaluate, and manage patients at increased risk of HBOC. The program was developed by the Michigan State Department of Health and Human Services and the National Coalition for Health Profession Education in Genetics (now The Jackson Laboratory Clinical and Continuing Education Program) with funding from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
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.
Registration is Open