On Tuesday 28 June, from 12.30 - 14.00, Rachel Palmer (Lead Genomics Pharmacist, South West Genomic Medicine Service Alliance) will reflect on what genomics is, how it can be used in healthcare and medicines optimisation, and how it's delivering personalised treatments now.
Specifically, this session will touch on:
- Personalised / targeted treatments
- Pharmacogenomic case studies
- Genomics learning resources
- Implementation of genomics in the South West
There will be time for any questions you have brought to the session to be answered, too.
To book your place on this webinar, please click here to access the sign-up form.
BNSSG Training HubOrganizer of Meds-Op: PharmacogenomicsFunded by Health Education England, the Hub's role is to unite and support all members of primary, community, social, and voluntary care within Bristol, North Somerset, and South Gloucestershire.
BNSSG ICBOrganizer of Meds-Op: PharmacogenomicsThe Integrated Care Board is the new organisation responsible for the day-to-day running of the NHS. The NHS Bristol, North Somerset and South Gloucestershire ICB takes account of population needs, arranges for the provision of services and manages the NHS budget. Nationally, ICBs were legally established on 1 July 2022, and Clinical Commissioning Groups were abolished.
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