Paediatric GeNotes: Facilitating genomics mainstreaming for paediatric clinicians (pre-launch) - webinar

Professor Kate Tatton-Brown and Dr Eleanor Hay present the exciting new GeNotes online platform, which launches this May 2023. GeNotes is designed to support clinicians in gaining confidence and competence in genomic practice.
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Free to attend


Professor Kate Tatton-Brown
Clinical Director and Head of HEE Genomic Education Programme (GEP), Consultant Clinical Genetics (St George’s University Hospital), Professor in clinical genetics and genomics education with St. George's

Dr Eleanor Hay
Co-Chair of the Paediatric Genomics Working Group, Consultant Clinical Genetics (Great Ormond Street Hospital)

Learning outcomes

  • Understand the changing landscape of genomic medicine and relevance to paediatrics
  • Recognise the role of GeNotes in providing both ‘just in time’ access to relevant information in the clinic setting and extended learning through the knowledge hub
  • Understand how you might utilise this resource with worked examples

Benefits to delegates

  • Provide an overview of how genomics will be increasingly integrated into paediatric medicine
  • Provide demonstration of the scope of paediatric GeNotes to deliver accessible genomics education
  • Provide links and information on wider educational resources/activities for genomic mainstreaming


  • General paediatricians
  • Community paediatricians
  • Paediatric SPIN or sub-specialists
  • Paediatric trainees and SAS doctors
  • Midwives and health visitors
  • General Practitioners (GPs) and GP trainees

This is UK-specific, and largely aimed at use of the National Genomics Test Directory (England predominant but similar principle in devolved nations).

For more information

Please contact the RCPCH Education and Professional Development team by email:

This webinar is produced by the RCPCH and supported by Health Education England with an educational grant

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