Beyond the Panels: Current Practice of Cardiovascular Genomics
Presented by: Sarah Race, RN, CNS Heidi Salisbury, RN, CNS
Beyond the Panels: Current Practice of Cardiovascular Genomics is the second in series of webinars developed to increase awareness of genetics and the heart. This webinar was developed to follow the February ISONG webinar on Cardiovascular Genetics: The Basics, both highlighting American Heart Month by providing both foundational knowledge in cardiovascular genetics as well as current practice guidelines in the use of genomic testing technologies (sequencing) and knowledge of genomic mutations to guide clinical practice and presentation of a clinical practice model exemplar for team-based practice implementation to provide best practices in family care for inherited conditions.
Who Should Attend?
This webinar is useful for the practicing nurse at all levels, nursing students, researchers and policy makers who want to gain real-world understanding of the clinical utility of genome sequencing and mutation detection in cardiovascular disease, in addition to understanding best practices for team-based clinical implementation and family care for inherited conditions.
Continuing Nursing Education Credits
This learning activity has been developed in collaboration with the University of Pittsburgh School of Nursing.
Participants successfully completing this activity will be awarded one (1) continuing nursing education contact hour.
The University of Pittsburgh School of Nursing is accredited as a provider of continuing nursing education by the American Nurses Credentialing Center's Commission on Accreditation.