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