Evidence and Recommendation for Genomic (ES/GS) Testing in Critically Ill Neonates

April Hall, PhD, MS, CGC

@ 12:30 pm

Presenter: April Hall, PhD, MS, CGC

Learning Objectives:

  1. Describe evidence regarding diagnostic yield of ES/GS in critically ill neonates (CIN)
  2. Describe evidence for clinical utility of ES/GS in CIN
  3. Describe literature supporting the cost efficiency of ES/GS utilization in CIN
  4. Discuss challenges and solutions to implementing genomic medicine in a NICU setting

This free, virtual series is for health care providers who provide care to neonates. This includes physicians, advanced practice providers (NP/PA), nurses, and genetic counselors.

For more information, please email babybadgernetworkecho@waisman.wisc.edu or visit the Baby Badger Network ECHO web page.

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