Genetic Counseling: Ethical Challenges and Consequences

This collection of original papers explores the history, values, and norms of that process, with focus on the value of non-directiveness in counseling practice. The contributors’ examination of genetic counseling issues serves as a foundation from which to address the ethical, legal, and policy considerations of clinical genetics.


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2010


Genomic Competencies

Experts from the disciplines listed below have tagged this resource as fulfulling genomic competencies.

Genetic Counselor

  • Professional Development & Practice
    • 17:   Act in accordance with the ethical, legal and philosophical principles and values of the genetic counseling profession and the policies of one's institution or organization.
      • 17a:   Follow the guidance of the National Society of Genetic Counselors Code of Ethics.
      • 17b:   Recognize and respond to ethical and moral dilemmas arising in genetic counseling practice and seek outside consultation when needed.
      • 17c:   Identify and utilize factors that promote client autonomy
      • 17d:   Ascertain and comply with current professional credentialing requirements, at the institutional, state, regional and national level.
      • 17e:   Recognize and acknowledge situations that may result in a real or perceived conflict of interest.