The end of the Intensive Course in Genomic Cancer Risk Assessment is not the end of alumni’s connection to the Division of Clinical Cancer Genomics. All who complete the course are invited to join our Community of Practice.
 
The Clinical Cancer Genomics Community of Practice brings cancer genomics practitioners from a variety of settings together for professional learning, enduring patient-centered support and dynamic community-based research collaborations. Currently, there are more than 1,000 members in all 50 states and 27 countries.
 
Our goal is to promote quality care and improved patient outcomes across the U.S. and internationally.

benefits of membership

Members of our Community of Practice are invited to take part in a number of regularly scheduled and open-ended opportunities to consult and collaborate.
  • The Clinical Cancer Genomics Case Conference Series is a CME-accredited interdisciplinary web conference series conducted each week by the City of Hope clinical team and collaborating sites.
  • Topics in Clinical Cancer Genomics is a one-hour CME-accredited webinar series focused on timely issues in clinical cancer genomics, cancer epidemiology and cancer genomics research. The webinars alternate between evidence-based presentations, case-based literature reviews and basic science updates.
  • The Cancer Genomics Community Discussion Board is a Web-based forum for collaborative, interdisciplinary practice-based support and continuing professional learning.