The British Society for Genetic Medicine (BSGM) represents
health professionals working in specialised genetic services in the
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Start Date: 17/12/2013
End Date: 17/12/2013
Venue: Manchester, UK
+44 (0)161 276 8716
This workshop will provide training for current and future implementers of accessible or shared databases for collection of actionable clinical genotype and phenotype data. Training will cover:
• Tools and resources used in the process of creating and running a database
• Standards important for databasing
• Strategies for successful planning and implementation of a database project
The workshop will include practical computer-based training and group exercises to explore the resources available and the issues relating to sustainable database implementation.
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