This page contains links to genetics educational opportunities for primary and specialty care providers. While we do our best to keep it current, it is not exhaustive.
Inclusion in the Practice of Genomic Medicine: Exploring the Impact of Implicit Biases Towards Disability
A research and educational module which provides free CME or CEU credit through Boston University School of Medicine.
Genetics Educational Opportunities
Traveling Genetics Presentations
Would you like to provide the professionals in your health care system with continuing education opportunities in Genetics, with or without CME/CEUs? Contact us for information on available Traveling Genetics presentations.
Online listening opportunities from the American College of Medical Genetics and Genomics.
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Upcoming LIVE Events
AAP CME: Noninvasive Prenatal Testing: An Update on Prenatal Screening and Testing Options
This course is offered as part of the AAP’s NeoReviews.
Genomics in Clinical Practice
Webinars from the American College of Medical Genetics and Genomics (ACMG)
These webinars are meant for primary and specialty care providers, to help them understand applications of genomics in the clinical practice setting. Topics include: cystic fibrosis (CF) carrier screening, non-invasive prenatal screening, and preimplantation genetic diagnosis (PDG), and Understanding Your Genome.
Prenatal Screening and Diagnosis: Get the Latest Research
Online training module from Oregon Health Sciences University (OHSU). CME available.
First Ever ACMG Workshop Offered for Primary Care Providers on Latest Advances in Medical Genetics for Patient Care
For the first time, the American College of Medical Genetics and Genomics (ACMG), the national professional association for medical professionals in genetics, will offer a half-day workshop on April 6, 2019, specifically for primary care providers, at the end of its 2019 ACMG Annual Clinical Genetics Meeting in Seattle, Washington.
This toolkit comes from the Genetics in Primary Care Institute, and was developed in conjunction with an AAP Quality Improvement Project.
Maria Stanley MD presenting.
FREE course offerings related to cancer genetics risk assessment, from the Jackson Lab. Click on “course offerings” for details about available webinars. CME available.
CME opportunity from the Wisconsin Cancer Risk Program Network (WICRPN) on the importance of family history in assessing cancer risk.
This online learning opportunity from UC Davis eDoctoring includes a case study with interactive feedback, and tutorials. CME is available.
G3C (Global Genetics and Genomics Community) is a bilingual collection of unfolding case studies for use with students and practicing healthcare providers learning basic genetic/genomic concepts.
The PCPGM and Harvard Medical School offer online CME activities for primary and specialty care providers related to a variety of genetic conditions.