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Thanks for the course designers, developers, educators and producers; thanks to internal and external collaborators and interviewees; thanks to HEE
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Many thanks to all those who were involved in making of the course Genomic Scenarios in Primary Care

Course Lead Educators and Lead Developers

Dr Judith Hayward GPwSI in Genetics, Yorkshire Regional Genetics Service Primary Care Adviser to Health Education England Genomics Education Programme RCGP Joint Clinical Champion in Genomics Medicine

Dr Imran Rafi, GP and Reader in primary care and genomics Institute for Medical and Biomedical Education St George’s, University of London

Course Educators and Developers

Dr Will Evans, NIHR In practice fellow PRISM research group University of Nottingham

Dr Debbie Hipps, GP Partner and GP trainer

Dr Catherine Millington-Sanders, GP Kingston CCG EOLC Clinical Lead. SWL STP EOLC Clinical Lead. Difficult Conversations Co-Founder and National Clinical Lead. RCGP / Marie Curie National Clinical End of Life Care Champion.

Online Courses Education Manager

Dr Rachel Berkson

Online Courses Education Developer

Dusanka Nikolic MSc MA

Interviewees

Prof Gráinne Gorman, Professor of Neurology and Director, Wellcome Centre for Mitochondrial Research, Newcastle University

Dr Peter English, Consultant in communicable diseases control, Public Health England

Professor Nadeem Qureshi, Clinical professor of primary care University of Nottingham

Dr Andrew Schaefer, Consultant neurologist and adult clinical lead Wellcome Centre for Mitochondrial research, Newcastle upon Tyne hospitals NHS foundation trust

Reviewers

Dr Michelle Bishop, Education Lead, Genomics Education Programme, Health Education England

Dr Robert Derrick, GP

Dr Matthew Pickering, GP

Professor Steve Humphries, Emeritus BHF Professor of Cardiovascular Genetics, Institute Cardiovascular Science, UCL

Testers

Catja Pafort

Carrie Waisanen

Michael Berkson

Caitlin Hampson, medical student

Marcus Graham, medical student

Naireen Asim, medical student

Wellcome Genome Campus Advanced Courses and Scientific Conferences Team with special thanks to:

Scientific Programme Manager Dr Treasa Creavin

Overseas Courses Manager Dr Alice Matimba

Scientific Programme Manager Dr Darren Hughes

IT Manager Martin Aslett

Wellcome Genome Campus Connecting Science Marketing and Communications Manager Catherine Holmes

FutureLearn Course Development Manager and Partnership Manager Rebecca Love-Howard

Filmed and produced by Colin Ramsay Edited by Daria Hupov

DragonLight Films Ltd.

Course images

Breast cancer doctor: Pixabay Mohamed Hasan. Free license

Blood test tubes embroidery: Caroline Steingard 2021. With permission.

Mitochondrial DNA: National Human Genome Research Insitute 2014, CC-BY

Prenatal Ultrasound image: Wolfgang Moroder 2012, CC-BY

Automated sequencing lab photo: Genome Research Limited 2009, via YourGenome

Hands holding DNA helix: Genome Research Limited 2017, via YourGenome

Other images © Wellcome Genome Campus Advanced Courses and Scientific Conferences, or public domain.

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