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‘ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL ASPECTS OF GENOMIC MEDICINE AND HEALTHCARE’

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Royal College of General Practitioners

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‘ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL ASPECTS OF GENOMIC MEDICINE AND HEALTHCARE’

Friday 10 May 2018, Royal College of General Practitioners, 30 Euston Square, London, England, UK, NW1

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‘To share and discuss emerging economic and social challenges of GENOMIC HEALTHCARE

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- Introduction: ethical, legal and social issues in human genetics and genetics in medicine

- Key economic and social elements of genomic and precision medicine (GPM)

- Economic environment for organization and delivery of genomic healthcare

- Socio-cultural barriers and attitudes for genomic healthcare

- Current ethical guidelines for the delivery of GPM

- Legal and statutory elements of GPM

- Genomic healthcare in low and middle income emerging countries

FACULTY: Ruth Chadwick (CESAGEN), Tom Shakespeare (NUFFIELD), Audrey Duncansan (WELLCOME), Marc Caulfield (GENOMICS ENGLAND), Anna Middleton (SANGER), SIR John Burn (HUMAN VARIOME), SARAH WORDSWORTH (OXFORD/IMPERIAL), Dhavendra Kumar (GENOMIC MEDICINE FOUNDATION-UK) AND Meena Bhatt (CHG,BANGALORE,INDIA).

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