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Webinar

Finding Value in Genetic Testing

This webinar looks at the different kinds of genetic tests available, some key differences to understand between tests, and what questions to ask before you start to use the test.

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Nonmember Price $54.00

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This webinar was presented live on March 9, 2022.

There are a great many genetic tests being made available to practitioners, but how does a practitioner make the best possible choice for their clients? This webinar looks at the different kinds of genetic tests on offer, some key differences to understand between tests, and importantly what questions to ask of a company before you start to use their test in your practice.

Sponsored by 3x4 Genetics

CPEU: 1.0
CPE Level: 1
Performance Indicators: 4.1.2, 6.2.3, 8.4.2

Learning Objectives

  1. Differentiate between the different types of genetic tests in the market place
  2. Know the difference between key terminology for genetic testing
  3. Determine the questions you need to ask in choosing a genetic testing partner

Speaker

Dr. Yael Joffe, Ph.D., RD, FACN

In the rapidly-evolving discipline of nutrigenomics, Yael is globally acknowledged as a leading expert in the field. She is a highly sought-after speaker, has co-authored two books, It's Not Just Your Genes and Genes To Plate, and has been published in multiple peer-reviewed scientific journals.

Yael is at the forefront of nutrigenomic education and has helped develop and supervise nutrigenomics courses around the world, including her own Manuka and 3X4 Ed. courses, which have trained hundreds of healthcare practitioners globally. She is currently an Adjunct Professor, teaching Nutrigenomics at Rutgers University and MUIH.

She is co-founder and Chief Science Officer of 3X4 Genetics

Release Date: March 9, 2022

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