26 October 2019
The Language of Genetics & Genomics: Health Interpreter training session
Organised by Pathology Queensland
Genomics Workshop 1 explored the impact of genomics on clinical care and provided background information on classical and molecular genetics, genetic mutations, molecular and cyto-genomic techniques as well as the associated diagnostic and technical issues.
Workshop 2 will build on knowledge gained from Workshop 1 and will focus on the social and familial impact of genomics, cytogenetic analysis and the detection and interpretation of germline and somatic sequence variants.
Video Conference Details (remote sites):
Please note that the video conference code for the PQ Genomics in Healthcare Workshop 1 from QLD Health sites will be 800009. Your site will be able to connect to the video conference from 9.00am – please ensure that when your site connects you have your system on mute.
All telephone participants, please dial 1300 590 084 followed by the number: 800009
All non-QLD Health video conference clients, please contact Telehealth Services on 1800 066 888 for additional connection advice.
please contact Dr Irma Gresshoff at email@example.com
This workshop is intended for both Clinicians and Scientists and follows on from the Pathology Queensland Grand Rounds Genomics Sessions held on 8 February, 12 April and 7 June this year as well as Genomics Workshop 1. Everyone is encouraged to attend, but for those who are unable to attend, the sessions will be recorded and made available.
19 October 2019
8:30am - 3:00pm
Royal Brisbane & Women's Hospital, Education Centre, Auditorium, Herston