Investigating current and future education and training needs of the Australian workforce in genomic medicine
This research will identify the needs of a range of health professionals to inform future training and educational resources for health professionals utilising genomic testing. The Australian Genomics Health Alliance (AGHA) is a national network, funded by the NHMRC, working towards developing genomic medicine both within Australia, and in collaboration with international consortia. The AGHA comprises four programs, ranging from diagnostic and translational research networks, data repositories and ontologies, policy, through to education and ethics aspects of the workforce in genomic medicine, which is the focus of this project. By mapping current and planned education and training activities Australia-wide, assessing workforce needs, and developing an agile evaluation framework for future educational activities, this project will establish a national and co-ordinated approach to training and education to enable a workforce capable of delivering genomic medicine.
Read more here: www.australiangenomics.org.au/
- Australian Research Council (ARC)
- National Health & Medical Research Council (NHMRC)
This research project is available to PhD, Masters, Honours students to join as part of their thesis.
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Faculty Research Themes
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