eGNA is an adaption of the Project ECHO model with the aim to increase global clinical and nutritional management knowledge about inherited metabolic disorders (IMDs) among genetic metabolic dietitians and other clinicians and translate it to inform patient care.

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The eGNA project consists of three phases:

Phase I:

Clinical case presentations via interactive sessions, journal clubs, and medical commentary by an expert on the topics.  Learn more →

Phase II:

Professional continuing education and certification program for genetic metabolic providers treating patients with IMDs.(More information coming soon.)

Phase III:

Genetic Nutrition ECHO Traineeship which focuses on filling the metabolic specialty training gap among metabolic dietitians and other clinical providers of patients with IMDs. This consists of a 12-week traineeship, with each session lasting 1.5 hours. More information and registration to participate in a cohort →