If you are interested in the range of education and training resources and options available for midwives and midwifery professsionals across the North West as well as nationally, then please contact us by email to: contactus@nw-gmsa.nhs.uk

Below are links to education and training resources, including Health Education England's Genomic Education Programme.

HEE-GEP is developing a substantial education programme to inform healthcare professionals about the impact of genomics on clinical practice.  
Please visit: genomicseducation.hee.nhs.uk 

Genomics 101: From Genes to Genome
HEE-GEP offer a wide range of short, flexible e-learning courses. NB: To access this and any of the other online courses available,  you will need to register via                                                                                the eLearning for healthcare portal at https://portal.e-lfh.org.uk/   

Once the course has been completed, you are able to obtain a certificate for CPD points

Did you miss our recent Niche to Necessity: The Northern Return webinar? Developed to support colleagues to identify how and where genomics can benefit patient care through their clinical practice, the free webinar can be viewed on-demand. Please see link below: https://youtu.be/jI6VLUEy0lA 

Our next Niche to Necessity event is being held on Tuesday 27 September 2022.  More details available on our events page.

Funded Postgraduate courses
The Master’s Degree in Genomic Medicine is being delivered by The University Manchester in the North West. Individual modules can be studied on an assessed or non-assessed basis with students either choosing to take assessments and gain accreditation or alternatively only attending the face-to-face lectures delivered by the university without the requirement to carry out self-directed study outside of the sessions.

The GEPs Master’s in Genomic Medicine 
This is a  flexible educational programme designed to provide healthcare professionals with a multidisciplinary perspective on genomics and its applications in healthcare. Individuals can undertake continued personal and professional development (CPPD) modules, a postgraduate certificate or diploma, or a full master’s degree. NHS professionals can apply for course funding. For more information, please email contactus@nw-gmsa.nhs.uk

Are you a Diabetes specialist midwife?  The University of Exeter offer two ways of learning more about Monogenic Diabetes. One is a two-day training course (face to face or virtual) and the other is a series of online lectures followed by multiple choice questions.  To find out more information and to register visit: https://www.diabetesgenes.org/training/