Tuesday, 28 November, 2017
Central Birmingham
9.30am - 3.30pm

 

 

West Midlands Public Health Practitioner Development Scheme, in conjunction with HEE Genomics Education Programme

 

 

Open invitation to anyone who contributes to the public’s health in the UK to learn more about genomics and how it can impact their own work, hearing from key leaders in the field.

Aims of the event include:

  • To raise awareness & provide an overview of genomics & its impact in Public Health
  • To present practical examples of the use of genomics by the public health workforce
  • To improve understanding of the different ways genomic information can influence patient care & behaviours
  • To provide an opportunity to explore own role in genomics within public health

Please see attached for further details and to book a place click here: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/hee-west-mids-masterclass-genomics-its-implications-for-public-health-tickets-36748062444

 

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