Join us for Genetic Tuesdays ~2020 Dates for Colorado’s Genetic Virtual Education Sessions

Genetic Tuesday Logo (2nd Tuesday of every month)

The MSRGN Colorado State team and Children’s Hospital of Colorado presents…

Genetic Tuesdays

Genetics Virtual Education Series 

Every 2nd Tuesday of the Month • 12 to 1 p.m.
Via Teleconference (Zoom Link and Instructions sent upon registration)

Overview, Target Audience, and Learner Outcome:

This activity, designed for the primary care providers and interdisciplinary healthcare teams, will include a wide range of genetic topics such as review of common genetic disorders, consenting and testing technologies, referral indications, emerging treatments and management, and ethical issues. In addition to a presentation from content experts, attendees will participate in case study review and discussion to provide direction on clinical practice. As a result of this activity, learners will be able to apply new knowledge to ensure current, evidence-based care to their pediatric patients.

2020 Dates: 

January 14th- Genetic Testing (more information and registration here)*

February 11th- Developmental Delays (more information and registration here)*

March 10th- Genetic Testing: It’s Complicated (more information and registration here)*

April 14th- Cancelled due to COVID-19

May 12th- Cancelled due to COVID-19

June 9th- Cancelled due to COVID-19

July 14th- 22q11.2 Deletion Syndrome 

August 11th- Topic:  Matters of the Heart: Genetics of Cardiovascular Disease

September 8th- Topic: Neurofibromatosis, Type 1

October 13th- Topic: Angelman and Prader Willi Syndrome

November 10th- Topic: Ehlers-Danlos Syndromes – more than just skin and joints

December 8th- Topic: Prenatal Genetics



  • Understand general concepts in clinical genetics and describe rapidly advancing genetic testing technologies in aiding of diagnosis, management, and treatments.
  • Identify the role that primary care providers and interdisciplinary healthcare teams have in evaluating and providing management of common genetic disorders.
  • Develop a level of comfort with the initial genetic evaluation of common indications and offer guidance in ordering and interpreting genetic testing.
  • Discuss the ethical implications of genetic testing and barriers to genetics testing. Registration and Contact InformationThere is no registration fee to attend these events.Monthly flyers will be sent out with registration information.

For a PDF flyer of this information, you can download it here.

For further information, please contact

*To view the recordings of past webinars, please click here.

Categories: ECHO, For Primary Care, Webinar