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Equitable Access to Exomes and Genomes. Ordered by Whom? (This activity is supported by GeneDx)

12 Mar 2024
Venue: Delta
Meeting Room: Kensington Ballroom
Corporate Educational Satellite Symposia are independently developed and supported by ACMG’s industry partners and offer additional valuable educational opportunities for attendees.
This debate-style session will feature a moderator and a panel of providers that will discuss the following topic:  Non-geneticists ordering genomic (exome or genome) sequencing within the scope of pediatric care. This balanced panel will be comprised of advocates and opponents of the topic and will include geneticists and non-geneticists.

Matthew Deardorff, MD, PhD; Children’s Hospital Los Angeles
Wendy Chung, MD, PhD; Boston Children's Hospital 
Pankaj Agrawal, MD MMSc; University of Miami Miller School of Medicine and Holtz Children’s Hospital, Jackson Health System
Isum Ward, MD; University of South Dakota 
Nhung Tran, MD; Ascension Health 

Non accredited 

Corporate Satellite Symposia are not part of the official ACMG program and are open to all attendees. 
Pre-registration is required.
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Learning Objectives

  1. Summarize current practice guidelines and ACMG policy statements pertaining to genomic sequencing in pediatric settings.
  2. Explain the current availability of the medical genetics workforce and the genomic testing access needs for pediatric patients
  3. Compare and contrast viewpoints and opportunities around non-geneticists ordering genomic sequencing as part of routine care