The Coalition for Access to Prenatal Screening (CAPS) applauds the release of the Society for Women’s Health Research (SWHR) Genetic Screening Roadmap: A Clinician’s Guide to Providing Quality Maternal Health Care. This roadmap was developed to raise awareness, expand education, and improve implementation of noninvasive prenatal screening (NIPS) among women and their families, health care providers, and policy stakeholders.
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The American Medical Association’s education module on prenatal cfDNA screening:
This module is free of charge to anyone and includes CME for physicians, CNE for nurses, and a certificate of participation for everyone else. Note that participants will need to establish an account with the AMA to register, but anyone is able to establish an account, as they are not restricted to AMA members or physicians.