The Genomics in Clinical Practice short course provides a framework for contemporary knowledge of genetic disorders that are relevant to many areas of medicine including neurology, cardiology, oncology, nephrology, ophthalmology, paediatrics and obstetrics. Gain knowledge of genomic mechanisms and genetic variations which lead to human disease and through a case-based approach, develop skills in the interpretation of clinical, family history and genomic test results, and an understanding of the genetic counselling and ethical issues in genomic medicine.
The RACP Clinical Genetics Advanced Training Committee has approved this unit of study to meet the requirements for coursework in genomics for advanced trainees in Clinical Genetics.
On successful completion of this short course you will be able to:
|Date and time||Semester 1, 2022 - 21 February – 29 May 2022|
|Course fees||Email firstname.lastname@example.org for fee information.|
|Registration deadline||14 February 2022|
|Admission requirements||Admission requires a medical degree from the University of Sydney or an equivalent qualification.|
|More information||Email email@example.com for more information.|