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Talking about Risk, UncertaintieS of Testing IN Genetics (TRUSTING) Workshops Returnable Deposit




These small group (max 10) workshops are led by experienced facilitators. There are calls to offer genetic testing to all patients with breast cancer. Many clinicians and nurses are not experienced in genetic testing and many genetic counsellors are not experienced in oncology. All HCPs nevertheless may be faced with challenging communication about genetic risk with patients and their relatives. The TRUSTING educational programme aims to help all HCPs with these difficult conversations. The content of the workshops was developed following literature reviews, interviews with patients and families, geneticists, genetic counsellors, surgeons and oncologists. Participants will follow the on-screen interactions between different HCPs and a fictitious family.


Detailed Description


Speakers: Workshops facilitated by Rachel Papps Williams and Professors Lesley Fallowfield & Valerie Jenkins

Who should attend: Are suitable for any healthcare professionals or breast cancer teams who discuss genetic testing &/or results with individuals

Course Content: Topics covered include – Research-based evidence about ways to present complex information and risk information, ethics, communication about family history, what genetic testing means for family members, discussing BRCA test results and implications with gene mutation carriers and those who test negative, together with the impact of health literacy and numeracy on decision-making.

Venue & Dates

Thursday 1st September – Friday 2nd September

Jury’s Inn Brighton, East Sussex


Price: £100 Returnable deposit

Enquiries: [email protected]

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