Announcing a FREE webinar for all nurses!
Wednesday, December 7
Precision Health & Genomics 2022: Implications for Nursing Practice
The webinar will be conducted LIVE over the Zoom platform. Registration is FREE and available until the webinar begins…but you must register to receive the link to join!
The rapidly emerging field of precision health and genomics requires new sets of nursing knowledge and skills. The need for professional nurses to be engaged in patient education, nursing education, practice, and research are examples of the needed immediate roles. Are you ready?
This webinar will serve as a follow-up to the 2021 event, which introduced viewers to Multi-cancer Early Detection (MCED) technology and the access barriers that currently exist. This year, nurse practitioner Stephanie Hayes will discuss the focus of genetic cancer risk assessments and review case studies to show the impact that testing and management can have for patients across the spectrum of cancer care. Dr. Whitney Jones will re-introduce viewers to MCED and provide an update based on the most recent clinical developments in MCED, including an overview of how MCED screenings can be integrated into existing clinical workflows. Viewers will also learn about current legislative efforts to improve MCED access from Matt Sturm, Senior Director of Government Affairs and Alliance Development at GRAIL, a company focused on alleviating the global burden of cancer by developing pioneering technology to detect and identify multiple deadly cancer types.
Stephanie Hayes, BSN, APNP
Integration Manager at Invitae; Adjunct Faculty at Bellin College
Stephanie is a genetic nurse practitioner trained through City of Hope in 2016. In March of 2022, she began working for genetics lab focusing on helping other healthcare providers integrate genetic testing into their practices to meet the need/demand for patients to be tested.
Dr. Whitney Jones, MD
Senior Group Medical Director, Medical Affairs at GRAIL
Dr. Whitney Jones is a Gastroenterologist and an adjunct Professor at the University of Louisville’s School of Public Health. Dr. Jones joined the GRAIL team in 2021 to advance multi-cancer early detection technology through education, policy, and clinical pathways.
Senior Director of Government Affairs and Alliance Development for GRAIL
Matt is proud to represent GRAIL, a company focused on alleviating the global burden of cancer by developing pioneering technology to detect and identify multiple deadly cancer types early through the power of next-generation sequencing, population-scale clinical studies, and state-of-the-art data science.
(Moderator) Gina Dennik-Champion, MSN, RN, MSHA
Executive Director of the Wisconsin Nurses Association
Gina’s role at WNA includes identification and promotion of health policy issues that support the nursing profession and patients we care for.
REGISTRATION is FREE
REGISTER HERE – Registration will remain open until the webinar begins. The link to join the Zoom meeting will be sent in a confirmation email immediately after submitting your registration.
Continuing Education (nursing continuing professional development) contact hours are not available for this commercially sponsored program, but participants completing the post-webinar survey will receive a Certificate of Attendance noting 1.5 hours of educational content.
Materials will be posted here prior to the webinar – please check back!
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