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PHT 201: Medical Professionals: Improving the Prenatal Diagnosis Experience and Long-Term Patient Outcomes with Accurate, Up-to-Date, and Balanced Information about Genetic Conditions

This course is for medical and genetics professionals and students to better understand the outcomes for people with Down syndrome and other genetic conditions as impacted by improved access to supports and services over the past 50 years. This course also cover the information needs of expectant parents following a prenatal diagnosis and the laws impacting the provision of that information. This course includes videos, a podcast about the basic history of disability rights, quizzes, reflection questions, and the capacity for professors to assign the course to their medical students as a lecture and get a report of results from the assignments and activities. Please email Stephanie Meredith for more details about setting up the lecture for your class.

Target Audience: Medical and genetics professionals and students

Hours: 1.5

Objectives

1.Describe how the basic history of disability rights has impacted outcomes for people with different genetic conditions.

2. Relate how outcomes in various aspects of life, including health, educational, and social aspects, have improved over the past 50 years for people with Down syndrome and other chromosome conditions.

3. Identify the informational needs of expectant parents following a prenatal diagnosis to provide appropriate information, meaningful support, and access to available resources.

4. Recognize the existent of state laws that impact what types of information professionals are expected or required to provide following a prenatal diagnosis of Down syndrome and/or other genetic conditions.

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