Talking Genomics with Patients

Progress Educational Trust
The Studio, 7 Cannon Street, Birmingham B2 5EP
5 March 2019 6pm (tea/coffee), 6.30pm-8pm (panel discussion)

A public event produced by the Progress Educational Trust (PET) in partnership with Health Education England, facilitated by Dr Christine Patch.
The speaker panel will consist of people who have had their whole genomes sequenced, either because they have a condition of known or suspected genetic origin, or because someone in their family has such a condition.
This event forms part of the Genomics Conversation, a programme of activities which involves the public and stakeholders in discussions about key issues in genomic medicine.
Attendance is free, but advance booking is required. Book your place now by emailing sstarr@progress.org.uk
If tweeting about this event, please use the hashtag #GenomicsConversation

FACILITATOR

Dr Christine Patch Dr Christine Patch, Clinical Lead in Genetic Counselling at Genomics England and facilitator of the Progress Educational Trust's FREE-to-attend event 'Talking Genomics with Patients', taking place in Birmingham on Tuesday 5 March 2019
Clinical Lead for Genetic Counselling at Genomics England, and Reader in Genomic Healthcare at King's College London's Florence Nightingale Faculty of Nursing and Midwifery
Trustee at PET

PARTNERS AND SUPPORTERS

Health Education England, joint organiser of the Progress Educational Trust's FREE-to-attend event 'Talking Genomics with Patients', taking place in Birmingham on Tuesday 5 March 2019