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FORMATION COURTE  – MERCREDI  29 SEPTEMBRE

9h00 – 9h10

Allocation d’ouverture

9h10 – 9h35

Land Acknowledgement and Importance of Cultural Safety and Humility – Wanda Whitebird

9h35 – 9h42

Patient and Family Experience – Video from Susan Dowan and Joe Keesickquayash

9h42 – 10h22

Clinical Code Switching – How to Support True Inclusion in Canadian Health Care – Lydia-Joi Marshall

10h22 – 11h07

Introduction to Race, Racism and Anti-Racism – Natasha Aruliah

11h07 – 11h27

Pause

11h27 – 11h37

Networking Break – Trivia

11h37  – 12h52

International Voices

  • 11h30  – 11h50
    • Representing the under-represented- Clinical Genetics Experience From Pakistan- Fizza Akbar
  • 11h00  – 12h10
    • A glimpse into the Practice of Genetic Counselling in Japan – Eriko Takamine
  • 12h10  – 12:30
    • What can the genetic counsellor do to improve inclusion and engagement of minoritized groups in genomics? – Sasha Henriques
  • 12h30 – 12h45 – Panel Discussion

12h52  – 13h33

Pause – Dîner

13h33  – 13h40

Patient and Family Experience – Video from the Medina Family

13h40  – 14h15

From Disparities to Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Justice: Charting a Path Forward in Genetic Counselling – Lila Aiyar

14h15  – 14h50

Anti-racism in Action: Racial Justice within Genetic Counselling.  – Laura Redondo

14h50 – 15h00

Networking Break – Yoga & Student/New Grad Mentorship

15h00  – 15h30

Pause

15h30  – 16h05

Beyond diversity: creating inclusive and equitable training environments

 – Nikkola Carmichael

16h05  – 16h20

CAGC BOD Representative

16h20  – 16h45

Panel Discussion

16h55 – 17h00

Closing Remarks

CONGRÈS DE FORMATION ANNUEL  –  29 SEPTEMBRE AU 2 OCTOBRE

JEUDI 30  SEPTEMBRE
TOUTES LES HEURES CORRESPONDENT  À  L’HEURE DU CENTRE (HEURE DE WINNIPEG)

9h00 – 9h10

Allocation d’ouverture

9h10 – 10h20

Conférencier principal: Laughter is the Best Medicine – SickBoy

10h20 – 10h30

Networking Break

10h30  – 10h50

Pause

10h50  – 11h50

The Psychological Impact of Living with Diagnostic Confusion in Cardiology.

A Personal Account – Harriet Druker

11h50  – 12h15

Adolescents with Genetic Conditions – Tasha Wainstein

12h15  – 13h20

Pause – Dîner

13h20  – 13h30

Networking Break – Yoga

13h30  – 14h30

Abrégés de communication

  • Saskatchewan’s approach to VUS reinterpretation to improve patient equity and increase molecular diagnoses  – Rachel Vanneste
  • Re-analysis of data following clinical exome sequencing provides additional diagnoses – Elizabeth Soubry
  • Evaluating the diagnostic and clinical utility of whole exome sequencing and panel testing in pregnancies with fetal anomalies: a retrospective review – Melissa Cornthwaite
  • Results and experience of private pay hereditary cancer genetic testing and counselling in a Canadian commercial laboratory – Laura Hunnisett

14h30  – 15h00

Affiches

  • Cross-cultural adaption of the Genetic Counselling Outcome Scale (GCOS-24) for use in Canada: a qualitative study. – Laura Redondo
  • Genetic counsellors outside of the Genetics Clinic: Where are we now? – Samantha Rojas
  • Moral distress and its contribution to burnout among genetic counsellors – Rebecca Hough
  • Improved diagnostic yield in comprehensive inherited retinal disorders panel due to NGS based copy number variant analysis and specialized RPGR ORF15 sequencing – Madhulatha Pantrangi
  • Inherited bone marrow failure syndromes: A retrospective review of genetic testing – Allison Sluyters
  • A liquid biopsy approach for retinoblastoma – Jaime Jessen
  • Case Report – Miles Douglas Thompson
  • Strategies to Improve SOD1 variant interpretation – Luke Drury
  • Evaluating performance and diagnostic utility of next-generation sequencing-based panel testing in 543 patients with suspected skeletal dysplasia – Alicia Scocchia
  • Update on Genetic Testing for Primary Immunodeficiencies –  Christine Davies
  • Bi-allelic variants in two different PEX genes cause an intermediate Zellweger Spectrum Disorder phenotype – Stephanie Pinho
  • Clinical utility of rapid exome-based testing in the prenatal period – Christèle du Souich
  • Single gene non-invasive prenatal testing for couples at risk for recessive disorders: an analysis of attitudes and personal utility – Debra Watkins
  • Pregnancy outcomes of blastocysts reported as mosaic following genetic counselling after preimplantation genetic testing for aneuploidies (PGT-A) – Claire Bascunana

15h00  – 15h30

Pause

15h30  – 17h00

Media Training – Doris Kaufmann Woodcock

17h00  – 17h02

Closing Remarks

18h00  – 19h00

Soirée Virtuel


VENDREDI 1ER OCTOBRE
TOUTES LES HEURES CORRESPONDENT  À  L’HEURE DU CENTRE (HEURE DE WINNIPEG)

9h00 – 9h10

Allocation d’ouverture

9h10 – 9h40

Discours présidentiel – Alessandra Cumming

9h40 – 9h50

Prix de l’ACCG

9h50 – 10h20

Legal Recognition of Genetic Counsellors – Ma’n Zawati

10h20 – 10h45

Development of policies and procedures for managing conflicts of interest for the Canadian Association of Genetic Counsellors – Louise Ringuette and Nathalie Bolduc

10h45  – 12h00

Pause

12h00  – 1h30

Abrégés de communication

  • Exploring barriers in the admission process for genetic counselling Master’s degree programs – Laura Zahavich
  • “It’s made me who I am”: The experiences of adolescent siblings of children with genetic conditions – Julia Heaton
  • Parents’ perspectives, experiences and need for support when communicating with their children about the psychiatric manifestations of 22q11.2 deletion syndrome (22q) – Courtney Cook
  • “I know it’s a gray issue”: Patient experiences and attitudes towards family-mediated cascade testing and alternative approaches for inherited arrhythmia conditions. – Amy Ho
  • Psychological adaptation to a positive predictive genetic test result for arrhythmogenic cardiomyopathy – Celine Gill
  • The British Columbia Hereditary Cancer Follow-up Initiative (HCFI): A Provincial Approach to Providing Support to People Living with Hereditary Cancer Syndromes – Pardeep Kaurah

1h30 – 14h00

Pause

14h00 – 15h00

Building Bridges to a Better Education: A Joint Approach to Training Medical Genetics Residents – Claire Goldsmith, Joanna Lazier , Alison Castle

15h00 – 15h30

Affiches

  • Patient experience of a gynecologic oncology initiated genetic testing model for women with tubo-ovarian cancer – Michaela Bercovitch Sadinsky
  • Cancer patients’ preferences for incidental genomic sequencing results – Salma Shickh
  • Pan-Cancer genetic counseling triage: Expect the unexpected. – Guillermo Pacheco-Cuellar
  • Carrier screening clinical utility: where do you draw the line? – Hana Sroka
  • Genetic stigmatization and its effect on marriageability in the Orthodox Jewish community, as perceived by matchmakers – Renee Hofstedter
  • Benefits of vitamin D dependent rickets type 1 neonatal screening in a founder population – Carol-Ann Fortin
  • Genetics Adviser: The development and usability testing of a new patient-centered digital health application to support clinical genomic testing – Rita Kodida
  • Genetic counselling for whole genome sequencing and SARS-CoV-2 antibody results in COVID-19 positive individuals: GENCOV study Canada – Selina Casalino
  • A prospective evaluation of the diagnostic utility of clinical exome sequencing in patients with suspected genetic disease in Ontario and Alberta – Alexandre White-Brown
  • Understanding the experience and impact of receiving incidental findings from genome-wide sequencing – Faith Cheung
  • Validation of a mitochondrial genome assay and the resulting diagnostic yield of its analysis in over 6000 patients – Julie Hathaway
  • Genetic assessment for hereditary hearing loss including difficult-to-sequence regions – Kim Gall
  • Exploring perceived barriers to diagnosis, treatment and ongoing care in vascular Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome – Charlotte Cowan
  • Outcome of 1500 matches through the Matchmaker Exchange for rare disease gene discovery: the 2-year experience of Care4Rare Canada – Matthew Osmond

15h30  – 15h40

Networking Break – Trivia & Student/New Grad Mentorship

15h40  – 16h00

Pause

16h00 – 17h00

Autism Spectrum Disorder/ Asperger’s – Tony Attwood

17h00 – 17h02

Closing Remarks


SAMEDI 2 OCTOBRE

9h00 – 9h10

Allocation d’ouverture

9h10 – 10h10

Genetic Testing Gatekeepers: Expanding access, providing support and empowering non-genetics clinicians to appropriately order genetic tests. – Rachel Vanneste, Carly Pouchet, Jenna Scott

10h10  – 10h20

Networking Break

10h20  – 10h50

Pause

10h50 – 11h20

Integrating genetic counsellors into primary care: the Stepwise Process of Integration

 – Caitlin Slomp

11h20  – 12h00

Growth of private pay genetic counselling and testing services in Canada: Can we responsibly navigate these uncharted waters?

– Laura Palma

12h00  – 12h05

Closing Remarks

CAGC CONFERENCE ADJOURNED



Veuillez noter: Les conférenciers sélectionnés pour présenter ont été choisis en fonction de leur domaine d’expertise; toutefois, les opinions des conférenciers ne reflètent pas nécessairement les opinions de l’ACCG.