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GenoMed Offers Online Crash Course in Genomics for Physicians

NEW YORK, Feb. 24 (GenomeWeb News) - GenoMed today said it has launched a web-based course on genomics for practicing physicians.

GenoMed described the course as an opportunity for clinicians to learn about medical genomics and "how genome-based advances can improve clinical care." The course is worth over 50 hours of continuing medical education credit (CME). According to the company, 650,000 physicians in the US require CME to keep their medical license active, and most state licensing boards require 25 hours of CME a year.

Further information on the course, which costs $1,000, is available here.

The company is offering the course in partnership with partnership with the Health Communication Research Institute.

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