DNA testing in practice
A comprehensive education program designed for healthcare practitioners to expand their knowledge of genetics in nutritional medicine. The program consists of 10 modules. They will focus on the relationship between specific genetic variants (SNPs) and their associated health conditions as well as discussing the appropriate therapeutic interventions based on patients’ DNA testing results. This course will help you maximise the potential of genetic testing to personalise patient outcomes.
ANTA - 18 points per course (1 point per hour)
ATMS - 18 points per course (1 point per hour)
CMA - 18 points per course (1 point per hour)
NHAA - 36 points per course (2 points per hour)
PSA - seeking accreditation
Presented by, Dr Denise Furness PhD BSc RNutr REP