Genomethics discusses how genetic counsellors can help their colleagues learn about genetics
For patients receiving genetic counselling there is often a mixture of emotions and anxieties involved. The very purpose of this service is to help people make sense of who they are, what inherited risks they might face, or even come to terms with a difficult diagnosis.
Genetic counsellors sit on the front line of genomics – translating (literally) the science for people who are trying to … More
This guest blog comes from Jon Roberts again; doctoral student from Kings College London and Wellcome Genome Campus. See Jon’s … More
This guest blogpost comes from Jon Roberts, genetic counsellor and PhD student at KCL and Wellcome Genome Campus. Jon is … More
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Channel 4 news ran a newspiece in 2014 on our research all about what people want to know from their … More