Enrollment for the 2016 course began on May 22, 2015 and closed on August 1, 2015.
Please read all terms stated below before submitting application.
To receive full course credit, and certificate of course completion, course participants will be required to:
Participate in all distance and on-campus course related activities.
Complete all distance learning lecture modules delivered via Website and USB drive (flashdrive) interface by given deadlines.
Complete all pre- and post-course surveys, knowledge questionnaires, evaluations, and assignments as directed.
Agree to complete prescribed post-course professional development activities as outlined in the course syllabus. Some activities are required to be completed at 6-months post training and some must be completed by 1-year post training.
Preferred candidates are oncology or genetics-trained physicians, advanced practice nurses and genetic counselors currently providing or planning to initiate community-based clinical cancer genetics services.
How to Apply
Complete the Intensive Course Application and submit the following required documents:
Completed application form
Letter from your institution indicating that protected time will be provided for course participation, and statement that you will have institutional support to provide cancer risk assessment upon return to your community (if applicable).
Current curriculum vitae (CV)
Please NOTE: Applications will not be accepted without the items listed above.
Submit all of the above via regular mail, email or fax to:
Gloria Nuñez, Conference Coordinator
City of Hope
Division of Clinical Cancer Genetics, Mod 173
1500 East Duarte Road
Duarte, CA 91010-3000
(note subject as "Intensive Course")
Applicants will be notified of acceptance by September 30, 2015, via e-mail. The non-refundable course fee (TBD) will be due on or before October 30, 2015.