Genomics for GPs - Webinar Session 2 (Genetic conditions in adults)

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Queensland Genomics in partnership with CheckUP Australia is hosting online sessions on genomic education for GPs in Queensland.

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Queensland Genomics in partnership with CheckUP Australia is hosting a genomics education series for Queensland’s general practice workforce.

Genomic technologies have become highly accessible and are being mainstreamed into routine clinical practice. General practitioners are required to maintain currency in this fast-moving field as an increasing number of investigations are becoming available and more affordable through the Medicare Benefits Schedule. Online testing has resulted in the general public being able to access genomic testing directly and subsequently presenting to their general practitioner with results requiring interpretation. This education package aims to empower general practitioners with knowledge of this fast-moving field to successfully integrate genomics into their daily practice.

Webinar session 1 (Paediatric and Pre-natal Genetics) was held on 23 September and will become available for viewing through the Queensland Genomics Knowledge Centre (under construction).

Webinar Session 2: Genetic conditions in adults

Date: Wednesday 21 October

Time: 6:30pm to 8:30pm

Topic: Genetic conditions in adults

Cost: Free

Delivery platform: Webinar

Question and Answers: Last 30 mins allocated for a Q&A round and interaction with the educator.

Pre and post activities: Pre-reading materials, webinar link and post-webinar formative assessment activities will be circulated to participants.

This activity is approved for 4 RACGP CPD points and 2 ACRRM points.

About the Educator

Dr Michael Gabbett is a practising clinical geneticist and university academic. He has taught medical genetics for over 15 years to a variety of healthcare professional groups including nursing, allied health, doctors in training and general practitioners. He currently leads Australia’s only postgraduate degrees in diagnostic genomics at the Queensland University of Technology.

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Webinar and Slido links will be provided following registration.

For further queries, contact CheckUP on 07 3105 8300 or email

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