The G2NA quarterly webinar series began in 2018. The webinars run for approximately 90 minutes and incorporate news and updates from G2NA members, as well as a 30-40 minute presentation from leaders from across the globe. Links to the G2NA webinars are available below and there is no charge to view them.
Participation in the live webinars is available to everyone who has signed up to the G2NA listserv (see Contact page for details). Participation is free but you will need to have WebEx enabled on your computer. Click to read information about using WebEx. WebEx is free to download but do allow time for this ahead of any webinar you wish to attend. Email reminders with the WebEx link to follow are sent to G2NA listserv members ahead of each webinar.
On January 17th 2018 we were pleased to welcome Dr. Thomas Mikkelsen from VIA University College Nursing School, who presented on Nursing and Genomics in Denmark. Click below to view the recording (opens in a new window; total length 1 hour 7 minutes).
On April 11th, we were delighted to be joined by Dr Vicky Nembaware, Training Coordinator for the H3Africa Consortium. She gave a talk on Community Driven and Competency Based Genomic Medicine Training in Africa. Click below to view the recording (total length 1 hour 19 minutes).
Dr Michelle Bishop, Education Development Lead for the Genomics Education Programme, Health Education England joined us on July 11th. Her talk was entitled Engage, inform, educate: A multi-layered approach to raising awareness and understanding of genomics in nursing. Click below to view the recording (1 hour 34 minutes).
October's webinar includes a presentation from Dr Johnny Kung, Director of New Initiatives, Personal Genetics Education Project, Harvard Medical School. He spoke on Engaging diverse communities on the benefits and implications of genetics. Click below to view the recording (opens in a new window).
During his presentation, Dr. Kung referenced two websites with open access resources such as lesson plans, games, stories etc. Those urls are:
Personal Genetics Education Project https://pged.org/
Map-Ed Genetics Game http://map-ed.org/maped/
Dates for the 2019 webinar series can be viewed here.