Monday June 22, 0800-1030

Chantal Bernard, McGill University

Miriam Blumenkrantz, Montreal Children’s Hospital

Michael Geraghty, Childrens Hospital Eastern Ontario, University of Ottawa

Fabienne Parente, McGill University Health Center


At the end of this session, participants will be able to:

Define the metabolic autopsy in 2015 and recognize its indications.
Recognize selected clinical and pathological presentations of metabolic disorders.
Develop an interdisciplinary approach for diagnosis.
Discuss the optimal biochemistry testing for diagnosis.
Discuss guidelines for peri-mortem and post-mortem sampling (metabolic autopsy protocol).
Recognize how large scale DNA testing will change future metabolic

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* 2. Please take a few minutes of your time to evaluate the scientific session.

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Session objectives as stated above were adequately met.
The session met my expectations.
The session content was relevant and/or applicable to my work.
Adequate time was allocated for questions/discussion/interaction.
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* 3. Outcomes: As a result of attending this session, I am planning to:

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Discuss with Colleagues
Pursue additional learning activities
Complete a personal learning project
Change my practice

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* 4. If you answered yes, please indicate/describe what additional learning or knowledge you intend to pursue:

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* 5. If you answered yes, please indicate what changes you intend to integrate into practice: