The Postgraduate Certificate in the Interpretation and Clinical Application of Genomic Data for Clinical Geneticists in training is a flagship NHS and St George's University of London partnership delivering bespoke education and training, recognising the unique needs of an expert workforce in the genomics era.

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2 years, with 4 year registration period

  Application deadline: 26 September 2016 (Teaching starts in November)
 

PgCert accredited through St George's, University of London

 

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  Open to: UK Clinical Genetics trainees

The programme consists of four modules which are firmly embedded in the Clinical Genetics training pathway; utilising but restructuring training, so that it runs in parallel with full time clinical duties and embeds academic teaching with clinical application. The course will enable you to feel proficient in the interpretation of genomic data, and confident in making clinical management decisions on the basis of your interpretation. It will also provide you with the knowledge, skills and attitudes to disseminate your expert knowledge through the wider medical workforce.

Highlights
  • Bespoke training for clinical geneticists
  • Teaching runs in parallel with full time clinical duties and embeds academic teaching with clinical application
  • Course is part of package of genomic educational initiatives run through the university
  • St George’s clinical research ranked 4th for impact
  • St George’s scored 92% overall student satisfaction in Postgraduate Taught Experience Survey 2014
Fees

2016 Entry*

UK and EU/EEA: £700

*Fees may be subject to change


Last Updated: Tuesday, 23 August 2016 16:31

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