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CDC experts and invited speakers have provided podcast information on topics in genomics that are important to practicing health care providers, policy makers and the public. This page provides podcasts about specific diseases, genetics, and family history, and will be updated on a regular basis.

photo of Katherine KolorGenetics and BRCA in Primary Care (Oct 13, 2014) Dr. Katherine Kolor talks about how primary care providers can help identify women at risk for hereditary breast and ovarian cancer, before cancer occurs, to guide preventive interventions.

Public Health Genomics in PracticePublic Health Genomics In Practice: State Strategies Webinar (Apr 8, 2014) A webinar presented by the APHA Genomics Forum and Genetic Alliance.

Muin KhouryPublic Health Genomics Implementation to Save Lives - From National Vision to State Success (Mar 6, 2014) This video includes a primary focus on cancer, specifically Lynch syndrome and hereditary breast and ovarian cancer, and includes specific key steps to be taken, the crucial importance of partners, lessons learned, results, and next steps.

Sharon TerryTier 1 Genomic Applications and Pioneer/Trail Blazing States (Mar 6, 2014) Sharon Terry, President & CEO of Genetic Alliance interviews state public health pioneers who have successfully used genomics in a measurable way. These state leaders describe in detail the challenges and rewards of implementing evidence based public health genomics applications toward the goal of saving lives.

bar chartCDC's Newborn Screening Program - role of laboratories (Sep 3, 2013) Dr. Carla Cuthbert talks about CDC's Newborn Screening Quality Assurance Program and the role laboratories play in keeping babies healthy.

presentationIntegrating genomics into pediatric primary care: a public health perspective (Aug 26, 2013) Muin J. Khoury, MD, PhD, director of CDC's Office of Public Health Genomics, speaks about genomics and pediatric primary care practice

presentationThe public health perspective on translating genomics into health benefits: More important than ever (Jan 24, 2013) Muin J. Khoury, MD, PhD, director of CDC’s Office of Public Health Genomics, speaks at the Translating genomics conference

Scott Bowen photoA Tiered Approach to Integrating Genomic Tests Into Your Practice (Jan 14, 2013)
Scott Bowen, MPH, deputy director, CDC Office of Public Health Genomics, speaks about integrating genomic tests into practice.

bar chartCascade genetic screening and public health practice: An idea whose time has come. (Oct 18, 2012) Genetic Alliance and University of Michigan Center for Public Health and Community Genomics

Katherine Kolor photoFamily Health History: Use It to Inform Preventive Services for Your Patients (Sep 24, 2012) Katherine Kolor, PhD, health scientist from CDC's Office of Public Health Genomics describes how family history can be used to inform preventive services for your patients.

Katherine Kolor photoPharmacogenomics and Your Practice (Nov 7, 2011)
Scott Bowen, MPH, deputy director, CDC Office of Public Health Genomics, speaks about pharmacogenomics.

Katherine Kolor photoHereditary Breast and Ovarian Cancer: BRCA and Your Patient (Oct 10, 2011)
Katherine Kolor, PhD, health scientist from CDC's Office of Public Health Genomics, describes how family history can be used to determine whether your patients might be at increased risk for hereditary breast and ovarian cancer.

Dave Dotson photoGenetic Testing for Lynch Syndrome in Colorectal Cancer (Feb 7, 2011)
W. David Dotson, PhD, health scientist from CDC's Office of Public Health Genomics, explains the importance of testing for Lynch syndrome if you have colorectal cancer.

Althea Grant photoNew Sickle Cell Public Health Initiative (Jan 31, 2011)
Althea Grant, PhD, epidemiologist from CDC's Division of Birth Defects and Developmental Disabilities, speaks about the new initiative designed to reduce mortality, morbidity, and disability due to sickle cell disease.

Renee M. Ned photoFamilial Hypercholesterolemia (Sep 20, 2010)
Renée M. Ned, PhD, MMSc, health scientist from CDC’s Office of Public Health Genomics, explains the benefits of cascade testing to identify familial hypercholesterolemia.

Stuart Shapira photoThe Critical Importance of Newborn Screening and Follow-up (Aug 31, 2010)
Stuart Shapira, MD, PhD, a medical officer with CDC’s Division of Birth Defects and Developmental Disabilities, explains the critical importance of newborn screening and follow-up.

Muin J. Khoury photoPersonal Genomic Tests (Jul 26, 2010)
Muin J. Khoury, MD, PhD, director of CDC’s Office of Public Health Genomics, speaks to healthcare providers about personal genomic tests that consumers can buy on the Internet.

bar chartA Century of Sickle Cell (Sep 16, 2010)
This podcast, Melissa Creary discusses sickle cell disease.

bar chartElectronic Health Records: PHR Opportunities for Public Health – Part 2 (Jun 3, 2010)
In this podcast, Dr. Ken Mandl discusses electronic health records and personally-controlled health records.

bar chartElectronic Health Records: PHR Opportunities for Public Health – Part 1 (Jun 3, 2010)
In this podcast, Dr. Ken Mandl discusses electronic health records and personally-controlled health records.

bar chartFamily History - An Early Warning for Your Child (Nov 28, 2007)
In this podcast, Dr. Yoon discusses the importance of family history for your child.


 

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