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ENS at ENDO2024    Boston, Massachusetts, USA

'PRECISION HEALTHCARE: The Reshaping of Endocrine Clinical Practice'

June 3, 2024   11:30am-1:00pm    Room 257 BCEC  

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  GENOMICS: where does it all come from


  Andrea Ramirez, MD, MS

  Chief Data Officer- All of Us Research Program, National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, USA

  USING GENOMICS IN ENDOCRINE PRACTICE: whole team approach to the practice of Precision Health and Medicine


  Márta Korbonits, MD, PhD, DSc, FRCP

  Professor of Endocrinology and Metabolism at Barts, London School of Medicine and Dentistry, Queen Mary University of London, UK

  President, Society for Endocrinology



  Diane Seibert, Ph.D., NP

  Academic Dean, Uniformed Services University Health Sciences, Washington, DC, USA

  Session Chairs:


  Christine Yedinak, DNP, FNP, MN (immediate past president of the Endocrine Nurses Society)

  Associate Professor OHSU Division of Neurosurgery / Northwest Pituitary Center, Portland, USA


  Margaret Wierman, MD

  University of Colorado, Anshutz Campus, Aurora, Colorado, USA

Session description: Implementing precision healthcare into endocrine practice is relevant for both nurses and physicians. An expert panel of physicians and nurses with deep knowledge of precision healthcare will describe how the study of ‘omics’ is reshaping clinical practice, the provider roles across disciplines, as well as patient expectations and health outcomes. Discussion will include risks and benefits of clinical tools spanning genomics, and artificial intelligence (AI) and the applicability to precision healthcare in endocrine practice. This program will highlight the dynamic and essential interplay between all members of the endocrine team to promote optimal patient outcomes.

Learning Objectives:  At the end of the session, participants will be able to:

· Describe the National Institutes of Health “All of Us” initiative, the CDC Public Health Genomics Branch, and the of role AI in precision medicine and health.

· Identify current and potential strategies to integrate precision medicine and health into endocrine clinical practice.

· Analyze the roles of patient, nurse, advanced-practice provider, physician, and scientist in implementing precision medicine and health in an endocrine care setting.

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