Wellcome Genome Campus Society and Ethics lead of a UK citizens assembly for gene-editing
Genetic Counsellors: Enabling Patients to Fostering Resilience
Turning patient stories into hope and resilience One of the main reasons people seek a genetic test is to establish … More
Genetic Counsellors: Helping Patients Cope with Bad Results
The art of caring in clinical practice For genetic counsellors it’s not simply enough to impart scientific knowledge, or to … More
Music of Life Short-film Selected for Raw Science Film Festival 2020
The Music of Life: What is a Gene? short-film selected to appear in the 2020 Raw Science Film Festival (Los Angeles, California).
Telling the Story of DNA
Genomics. Sequencing. Tracking. These are the buzzwords within COVID-19 science at the moment – describing how we map the DNA construction of the virus, how it’s mutating and where different strains are appearing.
Genetic Counsellors: A unique skill set
Genetic Counsellors are pivotal to the interpretation of complex clinical concepts; possessing specialist skills and expertise to communicate genetic information … More
Genetic Counselling in Focus
The vital role of the Genetic Counsellor in their own words – Voices of Genetic Counsellors Video Series.
A collaborative project between Wellcome Genome Campus Society and Ethics Research and the Association of Genetic Nurses and Counsellors.
Addressing inclusion in genetic counselling
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 Disability, Experience and the Sorting Society
Are we heading towards a future where genetic conditions are ‘screened-out’? Who gets to decide which conditions are screened for? … More