The SADS Foundation provides information to and education of medical professionals. We maintain an active physician education program through our network of researchers, who continually inform and train physicians to diagnose and treat SADS conditions, through seminars, conferences and medical journal publications.
We are also reaching out to primary health care professionals, including pediatric, emergency and family practitioners to provide them with the tools to recognize cardiac arrhythmias, to refer appropriately and to rely on the SADS Foundation for credible information and family support. We provide physicians, nurses and other health professionals with the most recent breakthroughs and clinical updates about diagnosing and treating channelopathies.
Medical Examiner Contact Program.
Seminars and conferences for physicians and other health care professionals.
Informational newsletter and monthly enewsletter.
VIDEO--Genetic Testing for Long QT syndrome diagnosis: The FAQs--Dr. Michael Ackerman
SADS Safe Schools --includes Medical Emergency Plans for Schools and Care Plans for SADS kids
Family Pedigree Project
When a Child Dies Suddenly --includes specifics for pathologists and medical examiners
Genetic Testing for SADS Conditions --including insurance tips, letters of medical necessity
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