The ObG Project - Genome Section

The ObG Project is a ‘for provider – by provider’ mobile site, providing summary entries on best practices and guidelines from Women’s Healthcare providers. The management is lead and includes those with expertise in reproductive and women’s health genetics (CGC/Medical Geneticist). A special section called ‘The Genome’ was created to help integrate genetics and genomics into primary care, throughout a woman’s lifespan. The entries are cross referenced so that they can appear in other sections, such as Ob and/or Gyn. In addition, the ACMG secondary findings are addressed in entries such as Marfan syndrome.


Some of the entries offer CME/CNE for a fee.


Type Website
CME Available Yes
Cost Free/CME fee
Note

For Genetic Counselors: An outstanding succinct overview of genetic considerations in women's health for clinicians supported by links to primary sources. Practicing genetic counselors may find this site most useful as a reference to point to when presenting in professional education forums (e.g., Grand Rounds). Students of all disciplines will find value in this well structured resource. 



Date of Resource

Genomic Competencies

Experts from the disciplines listed below have tagged this resource as fulfulling genomic competencies.

Physician Assistant

  • Practiced-based Learning and Improvement
    • 1:   Use information technology to obtain current and credible information about genetics for self, patients, and colleagues

Genetic Counselor

  • Genetics Expertise and Analysis
    • 1:   Demonstrate and utilize a depth and breadth of understanding and knowledge of genetics and genomics core concepts and principles.
      • 1a:   Demonstrate knowledge of principles of human, medical, and public health genetics and genomics and their related sciences.
  • Education
    • 16:   Effectively give a presentation on genetics, genomics and genetic counseling issues.
      • 16a:   Assess and determine the educational goals and learning objectives based on the needs and characteristics of the audience.
  • Professional Development & Practice
    • 22:   Accept responsibility for one's physical and emotional health as it impacts on professional performance.
      • 22e:   Assist non-genetic healthcare providers in utilizing genetic information to improve patient care in a cost-effective manner.
      • 22f:   Promote responsible use of genetic/genomic technologies and information to enhance the health of individuals, communities, and the public.