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.
|Topic||Ethical, Legal And Social Implications|
|Cost||$46.95 paperback, $23.48 ebook per publisher|
|Date of Resource||2010|
Experts from the disciplines listed below have tagged this resource as fulfulling genomic competencies.