Patient booklet for GPs to use: GP booklet has been designed for GPs to introduce the 100,000 Genomes Project and provide a resource of information of genomics and available training.
Free app for patients: The Cancer Genetics app is a free tool for clinicians to use when assessing risk.
Survey to improve resources: To ensure we develop the training and resources required for GPs we are inviting GPs and GP trainees to complete an online survey. The survey takes around 10 minutes to complete and your help is greatly appreciated.
Genetic condition factsheets: Participants in the 100,000 Genomes Project can opt in to be tested for a list of rare inherited conditions. Aimed at healthcare professionals, the GEP’s Genetic Condition factsheets outline the key facts of each condition, plus clinical features, diagnosis, management and treatment.
100,000 Genomes Project Eligibility Wheels, developed by University Hospital Leicester, are a series of easy reference tools to identify patients/participants eligible to take part in the 100,000 Genomes Project.
Genomics in Mainstream Medicine Factsheets developed by the PHG Foundation highlight the importance of genomics across healthcare.
Guide to genetic test reports: these Genetic Test Reports have been produced by the East of England GMC to help patients understand their genetic test results.
More resources are available through the Genomics Education Programme on the Health Education England website.