Genetic Alliance Launches Genomic Medicine Curriculum for El Camino Docs | GenomeWeb

Genetic Alliance and the National Coalition for Health Professional Education in Genetics are launching a ten-part workshop to teach physicians at El Camino Hospital’s Genomic Medicine Institute how to apply genomic principles to personalize care for their patients.

The courses will start Oct. 18. Each two-hour workshop, priced at $60, will carry two continuing medical education credits. The price of all 10 workshops is $400.

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