Who are we? We are a group of health care professionals. To find out more about the team, click here. We all have some experience in health genetics and/or primary care and come from six different European countries.
Core topics in genetics
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Last 9th of June, with the support of GenEquip project (www.primarycaregenetics.org) the CGPP (www.cgpp.pt) organized the Workshop Genetics at Primary Care. The event aimed at sharing best practice and equipping Portuguese Primary Care Health Professionals to deal with Genetics. Participants from the Ordem dos Médicos, the National Association of Primary Care Units (USF-NA), Ordem dos Enfermeiros, National Association of Nurses at Primary Care, some coordinators of internship of General practitioners, some Faculty coordinators of Medicine and Nurses, GPs, National association of interns of Family Medicine, Nurses, the National Society of Human Genetics and the College of Medical Geneticist specialists.
During the workshop participants were sharing some portuguese resources and initiatives and discussed about the relevance of genetics at primary care. GenEquip modules and other relevant outcomes of the project were very wellcome among the invited professionals. The meeting ends with a debate about opportunities in practice, new strategies and common efforts. A document with all contributions will be prepare and disseminate among relevant national stakeholders.
GEN-EQUIP MULTINATIONAL WORKSHOP
Sharing Best Practice: Equipping European Primary Care Health Professionals to Deal with Genetics
The Gen-Equip project workshop was organised to disseminate the project, obtain feedback, and create a network of interested persons to ensure ongoing support and sustainability of the educational programme.
It was held at 30 Euston Square, London on 5 May, 2017.
There were 61 participants from 14 European countries.
For the official report click here.
Webinars on core genetic topics for primary care.
Online learning modules based on patient cases
To do the modules in any of the available languages; go to the Module section for more detail.
Accreditation of modules
European Accreditation Network
The modules can be taken free of charge. They were approved by both the Royal College of General Practitioners and the European Accreditation Network. They are currently accredited for CPD by the European Accreditation Network.
The number of European credits attached to each module is stated on the relevant introductory page for each of the modules.