As genetics and personalized medicine become increasingly important in patient care, physicians need readily available resources to learn about the rapidly changing field and apply it to patient care.
The Genetics/Genomics Competency Center (G2C2)
Access this repository of genetics and genomics that is appropriate for physicians, genetic counselors, nurses, pharmacists and physician assistants. The educational materials are in various formats, including webinars, glossaries, fact sheets, guides and self-study activities, and many allow physicians to earn CME credit. Several genomics resources developed by the AMA are included in G2C2.
Genetics in Primary Care Institute (GPCI)
The GPCI provides health professionals with knowledge and skills in providing genetic-based services. It has resources for them to better understand the relevance of genetic medicine in primary medicine and their roles and the roles of others related to the provision of genetic medicine in primary care settings.
Cancer Risk Assessment and Genetic Testing
This free, online educational program developed by The Jackson Laboratory helps health care providers improve their cancer risk assessment and prevention practice through targeted family history screening.
Core Principles in Family History
Providers can use these principles for standard data collection, interpretation and intervention as a guide.
These expert-authored, peer-reviewed genetic disease descriptions provide clinically relevant and medically actionable information on the diagnosis, management and genetic counseling of patients and families with specific inherited conditions.