Hereditary Breast and Ovarian Cancer: Is Your Patient at High Risk? is a program to help primary care providers identifying, evaluating, and managing patients with hereditary breast and ovarian cancer (HBOC). This case based program is available for up to 2 Category 1 CME credits through Michigan State University.
NCHPEG & partners release new program on HBOC
NCHPEG & partners release two new programs!
NCHPEG, The Jackson Laboratory, and partners are excited to announce the launch of two new educational programs for pediatric and neurology providers.
Genomics for Child Neurology is a program for child neurology educators and clinicians that addresses genomic risk assessment, genetic and genomic testing, and communication with families about genomic data.
ABCs of Chromosomal Microarray is a resource for developmental and behavioral pediatricians on indications for and interpretation of chromosomal microarray (CMA).
NCHPEG transitions to The Jackson Laboratory
We are very pleased to announce that with the closing of NCHPEG, our important work will continue under the leadership of The Jackson Laboratory (JAX) of Bar Harbor, Maine. JAX is a nonprofit genetics research institution with a deep commitment to genetics and genomics education. JAX will maintain NCHPEG’s educational programs and websites so that they can continue to be freely available to the healthcare community, while also developing new programs. After a period of transition, the NCHPEG identifiers on existing programs and materials will sunset.
Announcing the Pregnancy & Health Profile: A Risk Assessment & Screening Tool
The Pregnancy and Health Profile is now available to heathcare providers!
The Pregnancy and Health Profile is a free, state-of-the-art, computer-based tool to help identify and address potential pregnancy conditions and family history risks that may put the health of the woman or her baby at increased risk.