A New Edition of Journal of Genetic Counseling Is Now Available

July 13, 2018

Journal of Genetic Counseling (vol. 27, no. 3, 2018) is available online by subscription only.

Articles include:

  • “A Commentary on Commercial Genetic Testing and the Future of the Genetic Counseling Profession” by Nicholas D. Wolff and Jon A. Wolff
  • “Talking with Children About Adult-Onset Hereditary Cancer Risk: A Developmental Approach for Parents” by Allison Werner-Lin, Shana L. Merrill, and Amanda C. Brandt
  • “‘My Plate is Full’: Reasons for Declining a Genetic Evaluation of Hearing Loss” by Marci M. Lesperance, Erin Winkler, Tori L. Melendez, and Beverly M. Yashar
  • “Evaluation of the Informational Content, Readability and Comprehensibility of Online Health Information on Monogenic Diabetes” by Yue Guan, Kristin A. Maloney, Debra L. Roter, and Toni I. Pollin
  • “Clinical Utility of Expanded Carrier Screening: Reproductive Behaviors of At-Risk Couples” by Caroline E. Ghiossi et al.
  • “The Experience of Genetic Counselors Working with Patients Facing the Decision of Pregnancy Termination after 24 Weeks Gestation” by Rachel N. A. Graziani, Laurie Nemzer, and Jennifer Kerns
  • “Women’s Understanding and Attitudes towards Down Syndrome and Other Genetic Conditions in the Context of Prenatal Screening” by Sarah Long, Peter O’Leary, Roanna Lobo, and Jan E. Dickinson
  • “Parent Perspectives of Support Received from Physicians and/or Genetic Counselors Following a Decision to Continue a Pregnancy with a Prenatal Diagnosis of Trisomy 13/18” by Stephanie E. Wallace, Sara Gilvary, Michael J. Smith, and Siobhan M. Dolan
  • “‘Yeah that Made a Big Difference!’: The Importance of the Relationship between Health Professionals and Fathers Who Have a Child with Down Syndrome” by Freyja Docherty and Rebecca Dimond
  • “Patients’ Opinions on Genetic Counseling on the Increased Risk of Parkinson Disease among Gaucher Disease Carriers” by Maureen Mulhern, Louise Bier, Roy N. Alcalay, and Manisha Balwani
  • “Assessment of Current Genetic Counselor Practices in Post-Visit Written Communications to Patients” by Emily VandenBoom, Angela M. Trepanier, and Erin P. Carmany
  • “Limitations and Pitfalls of Using Family Letters to Communicate Genetic Risk: A Qualitative Study with Patients and Healthcare Professionals” by Sandi Dheensa, Anneke Lucassen, and Angela Fenwick
  • “Impact of Receiving Secondary Results from Genomic Research: A 12-Month Longitudinal Study” by Julia Wynn et al.


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