The DYSCERNE project is developing a series of educational tools, the aim of which is to guide and educate clinicians throughout Europe on various aspects of dysmorphology and encourage their use in clinical practice and in training.
The tools are in the format of Pdf Documents which allow the user to follow the pages sequentially or navigate using links on the contents page to specific sections of interest. Each tool also has several links to reference information along with downloadable proformas for practical use in the clinical setting.
The first title ‘How to examine a fetus with congenital abnormality’ has been completed and is now available.
A poster on this educational tool was presented at ESHG 2009 and the full contents list is available to view here
The aim is to provide guidance on how to examine a fetus with congenital abnormality and/ or dysmorphic features and how to interpret the findings. It is aimed at clinical geneticists, paediatricians, obstetricians, pathologist and radiologists.
If you wish to have access to this educational tool, please register by contacting the with the following information: