The Jackson Laboratory offers genetics modules for healthcare professionals to earn continuing education credits.
Midwest Genetics Network (MGN) Maintenance of Certification Part 4 (MOC4) quality improvement modules were created for primary care providers, to provide information and improve the efficiency of genetic testing and referrals to genetics specialists. The conference calls and recorded webinars are available online at no charge.
NORD CME Video Library is a list of freely available, accredited online continuing education courses created by specialists for medical providers. The courses contain information about individual diseases as well as general rare disease topics.
The National Coordinating Center (NCC) for the Regional Genetic Networks(link is external) coordinates all 7 regional genetics networks in the country, including NYMAC. Resources for educational events and opportunities for providers through the NCC include:
- The NCC Calendar, which lists upcoming webinars, conferences, and other events related to genetics. https://nccrcg.org/calendar/
- The NCC Genetics Education Newsletter (GENE), which is published quarterly, and contains information and links to educational resources developed by the Regional Genetics Networks, the National Genetics Education and Family Support Center, and the NCC. It is available for download on the NCC website, or via email subscription. https://nccrcg.org/gge/gene/
NERGN Events include an ECHO series and genetics webinars. Continuing education credits are available for events that are attended real-time, and recordings of past events are available through the website.
SERN Video Presentations are available for free through their website. The presentations vary from disease-specific presentations to information about the genetics services landscape and emerging research in the field of medical genetics.
The NYMAC Youtube Channel has recorded presentations and webinars from the NYMAC 2016 Summit.
MSRGN Webinars are recorded and archived on their website.