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This study discusses key areas of computing strength and how these abilities can be learned as part of a medical genetics programme. Geneticists are pioneering the use of computers in health care in the context of the human genome project. In order to keep molecular genetic data from ballooning and being directly tied to clinical care, the computer search of an international database is perhaps the most efficient strategy for doing so. The use of computers in genomics education may go well beyond using computer-aided instruction (CAI) to demonstrate how computers can help with clinical decision-making. Genetic software can be used to acquire the required basic computing abilities. Use of (1) microcomputers, (2) productivity software, (3) CAI, patient simulation, and particular applications, (4) virtual computers, (5) analytics and knowledge bases; Patients' clinical care are among the six talents advocated.