October 18, 2018, via ACOG
Attend the Education in Women's Genomics Counseling course on Friday, December 7, 2018 in Washington, D.C.
This grant-based course is designed to enhance physicians' knowledge and application of genomic technologies in the fields of reproductive healthcare.
ABOUT THIS COURSE
Learn how to solicit a family history to identify appropriate genetic screening, how to counsel a preconception and prenatal patient on new carrier screening and aneuploidy screening options, and the implications of positive and negative test results. You will be able to discuss the pros and cons of new genetic test options for patients seeking prenatal diagnostic testing and recognize and counsel patients about hereditary cancer syndromes relevant to women's health and develop an evidence-based testing strategy.
EARN UP TO 18 CME CREDITS
- Attend the didactic lecture ($99 holding fee refunded upon attendance)
- Complete eight online modules by April 30, 2019 (information to be provided)
- Attend a three-hour lecture in person at the 2019 ACOG Annual Clinical and Scientific Meeting on May 5 or virtually up to seven days after the course
- Successfully complete posttest