Thank you for completing the RCIGM's Genomics 101 course as part of the Preconference training for 2021 Frontiers in Pediatric Genomic Medicine.

*Preconference Training Genomics 101 evaluations must be completed by May 23, 2021.
Genomics 101 CME Certificates will be sent out in June 2021 to the email you registered with for Frontiers 2021.

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* 1. Primary Professional Title

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* 2. Please select your age group:

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* 3. The overall learning objectives for this educational course were:

• Describe the principles of genomic medicine and whole genome sequencing
• Discuss the uses, benefits, and limitations of genomic testing technologies
• Recognize the implications of implementing genomic medicine in NICUs and PICUs
• Recognize when and how to refer patients for whole genome sequencing
• Identify tools and other practical resources for implementation of whole genome sequencing
• Determine early ascertainment for patients who may benefit from whole genome sequencing
• Recognize how to collaborate with an interdisciplinary team of health professionals

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The conference learning objectives were met.

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* 4. Please rate the projected impact of this educational course on the following:
(1 = No Impact, 5 = Very High Impact)

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Increased Competence
Improved Performance
Improved Patient Outcomes

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* 5. Please rate the impact of the course on increasing your confidence in the subject matter:

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* 6. Please summarize professional changes that you intend to make as a result of participating in this educational course:

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* 7. Please rate your confidence in implementing these changes:

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* 8. Please identify any barriers you perceive in implementing these changes:
(select all that apply)

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* 9. How will you address these barriers?

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* 10. This educational course was free from commercial bias.
Commercial bias is defined as a personal judgment in favor of a specific product or service of a commercial interest. CME activities should be free from commercial bias and give a balanced view of therapeutic options.

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* 11. Issues in cultural and linguistic competency adequately addressed in this educational course.
For example, differences in prevalence, diagnosis, treatment in diverse population; linguistic skills; pertinent cultural data.

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* 12. Please rate the following aspects of this educational course:

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The overall quality of this educational course was excellent.
The overall quality of the speakers/faculty was excellent.
This educational course met my primary objective.
This educational course was relevant to my practice/profession.
This educational course was presented in the appropriate learning format.
I would recommend this educational course to a colleague.
Speaker Evaluations

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* 13. Module 1: Basics of Genetics and Genomics - Terence Wong, PhD

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* 14. Module 2: Basics of Genetic Variation and Inheritance - Lisa Salz, MS CGC

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* 15. Module 3: Types of Genetic Tests - Nathaly Sweeney, MD, MPH, MS

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* 16. Module 4: Overview of WGS at RCIGM - Lucia Guidugli, PhD, FACMG, CGMBS

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* 17. Module 5: WGS Pros & Cons - Lucia Guidugli, PhD, FACMG, CGMBS

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* 18. Module 6: Case Analysis and Variant Classification - Kasia Ellsworth, PhD, FACMG

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* 19. Module 7: Patient Selection - Erica Sanford Kobayashi, MD

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* 20. Module 8: Next Generation Phenotyping - Kristen Wigby, MD

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* 21. Module 9: Genetic Test Selection Considerations - Kristen Wigby, MD

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* 22. Module 10: What Type of Genetic Test to Order - Nathaly Sweeney, MD, MPH, MS

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* 23. Module 11: Informed Consent - Jerica Lenberg, MS CGC

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* 24. Module 12: How to Deliver a WGS Result - Kelly Watkins, MS CGC

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* 25. What influenced you to participate in this educational course?

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* 26. How did you hear about this educational course?

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* 27. What did you like most about this educational course?

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* 28. How could this educational course have been improved?

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* 29. Based on your educational needs, please provide suggestions for future program topics and formats:

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* 30. General comments:

Genomics 101 Course Modules: Use these times to add up the number of CME hours you have completed.
  • Module 1: Basics of Genetics and Genomics - Terence Wong, PhD (20 min)
  • Module 2: Basics of Genetic Variation and Inheritance - Lisa Salz, MS CGC (20 min)
  • Module 3: Types of Genetic Tests - Nathaly Sweeney, MD, MPH, MS (20 min)
  • Module 4: Overview of WGS at RCIGM - Lucia Guidugli, PhD, FACMG, CGMBS (20 min)
  • Module 5: WGS Pros & Cons - Lucia Guidugli, PhD, FACMG, CGMBS (20 min)
  • Module 6: Case Analysis and Variant Classification - Kasia Ellsworth, PhD, FACMG (20 min)
  • Module 7: Patient Selection - Erica Sanford Kobayashi, MD (20 min)
  • Module 8: Next Generation Phenotyping - Kristen Wigby, MD (20 min)
  • Module 9: Genetic Test Selection Considerations - Kristen Wigby, MD (20 min)
  • Module 10: What Type of Genetic Test to Order - Nathaly Sweeney, MD, MPH, MS (20 min)
  • Module 11: Informed Consent - Jerica Lenberg, MS CGC (20 min)
  • Module 12: How to Deliver a WGS Result - Kelly Watkins, MS CGC (20 min)
  • Additional Resources (15 min)

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* 32. Participant Information

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*Preconference Training Genomics 101 evaluations must be completed by May 23, 2021. Genomics 101 CME Certificates will be sent out In June 2021 to the email you registered with for Frontiers 2021.

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