NHS Genomics Networks of Excellence Announced

In October 2022, NHS England published Accelerating Genomic Medicine in the NHS, the first NHS genomics strategy. The strategy included…

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Genomics News – December Edition Now Live

The December edition, and the last of our Genomics newsletters for 2023 is now live! You can find links to…

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Raising Awareness – Lynch Syndrome Education Event

(29 November 2023) More than 80 colleagues from around West Yorkshire and Harrogate attended a recent education event to raise…

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Familial Hypercholesterolaemia – Clinical Pathway Initiative

(29 November 2023) The National Genomics Education programme has launched the Clinical Pathway Initiative (CPI) an exciting new framework for…

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An Audience with Helen Bethell

There are many adjectives that could be used to describe Helen Bethell, NEY GMS Workforce Development & Education Lead –…

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Solid Tumour WGS pathways

A project to better embed Whole Genome Sequencing (WGS) in South Yorkshire has led to a significant increase in completed…

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Not all cases of Diabetes are the same

(9 November 2023) Monogenic Diabetes (MD) affects approximately 2% of people in the UK with diabetes. A small percentage. And…

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Genomics News – September Edition Now Live

(15 September 2023) The September edition of our Genomics newsletter is now live, where you can find links to genomics…

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Focus on: The Lynch Pins

(15 September 2023) The Lynch Nurse Educators, Amy, Karen and Rebecca, were tasked with spreading awareness of Lynch syndrome, and…

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Welcome Aboard, Kay Cawthron

(14 September 2023) We’re pleased to welcome on board Kay Cawthron, who has ‘taken the King’s shilling’ and joined the…

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Genomic Roadshows & the Power of Presence

(14 September 2023) Earlier this summer, our team hit the road and delivered a pilot set of Genomic Roadshows in…

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An Audience with: Ali Greystoke, New Clinical Director for the NEY GMS

Clinical directors can sometimes appear like the uncrowned kings and queens of the NHS. Sat at a significant distance from…

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