Personalised medicine and risk prediction: Is it going to change my management?
Tuesday, 11 February 2020, 7pm to 9.30pm
Seminar Room 9, Ruth Deech Building, St Anne's College, Woodstock Road. Oxford
Hosted by Centre for Personalised MedicineRegister
An evening of talks and stimulating discussion for General Practitioners
‘Personalised’, ‘precision’ and ‘stratified’ medicine are familiar buzzwords, but will advancing genomic technology really make a difference to front line medicine any time soon?
Is personalised medicine that takes account of genetic risk any better than just knowing your patient?
How can you support your PCN’s role in early cancer diagnosis (Network Contract DES Guidance 2019/20 8.2), and what tools already exist in EMIS to help with this?
This evening of talks by academics and clinicians will explore the hype versus the reality, looking at what’s already happening in primary and secondary care, and what we can look forward to.
Using genomics to improve assessment of a patient's risk of common diseases
Professor Sir Peter Donnelly, Wellcome Centre for Human Genetics
Does knowing about their genetic risk help patients live a healthier life?
Dr Helen Salisbury, Nuffield Department of Primary Care Health Sciences
Pre-diabetes screening in primary care
Dr Eleanor Barry, Nuffield Department of Primary Care Health Science
Using tools already in EMIS to improve early detection of cancer
Professor Julia Hippisley-Cox, Nuffield Department of Primary Care Health Sciences