Our training is multidisciplinary
In several formats: CPD. Bespoke packages. Modules in University. Projects in Schools. And more.
To wide audiences: With options for key stakeholders —justice, education, policy— and general audiences.
Knowledge on genomic findings relevant to your field, e.g.:
Genetics for medical professionals
Genetics for policy makers
Genetics for lawyers
Genetics for educationalists/teachers.
Knowledge of legal issues related to genomic findings, including how findings can be misused; legal regulation; requirements for companies; protection of individuals; essential steps essential to ensuring positive use of these findings for the benefit of all people, as well as to maintain public trust in science. Our training in this area includes:
Data uses, misuse, risks, law in place, effectiveness of the law
Genetic discrimination in access to health care
Genetics and population (or so-called ‘race’ – there being no biological basis for ‘race’) discrimination
DNA based group discrimination
Necessary legislative and policy updates
Genomics is a multi-billion and multi-sector industry with immense opportunities for business, and well-planned has greater chances of success.
Applications of Genetic findings in practice
Latest advancements can now be implemented in many areas, including health care and education, and it is important to use these advancements effectively for the benefit of people. Our training includes implementation of genetics in many areas including:
Implementation of genetic findings in health care
Implementation of genetic findings in education
Implementation of genetic findings in justice systems, including legal systems
Ethics of Genomic and other research
Ethics are important for protecting individuals and maintaining public trust on research. Ethics are also essential for a number of reasons. For example, law generally updates much slower than science progresses; law is inaccessible to non-expert lawyers including because there are around 23,000 regulation and another 12,000 EU regulations; knowledge and consideration of ethical implications increases chances of research being conducted ethically.
We offer training on ethical of a number of areas, including:
Ethics of applications of genetics in practice
Ethics of genetics research
Ethics of genetic regulation
Ethical of societal provisions rated to health, education and other genetic related matters.
Short training sessions are also available at our events, including in our on going Genes & Tonic programme. We are currently organising CPD training for school teachers. For more information about our training services please email us.