Public Perceptions of Genomics

Anna was invited to present at the Association of Genetic Nurses and Counsellor's 2017 spring conference in Leeds, England
24th April 2017

About the AGNC

The Association of Genetic Nurses and Counsellor's is an organisation representing genetic counsellors, genetic nurses and non-medical, patient-facing staff working within the discipline of Clinical Genetics, NHS Genomic Medicine Centres and wider healthcare settings.

The AGNC is one of give constituent groups of the BSGM.

There are now 310 AGNC members within the UK (November 2012).         

For more information about AGNC and how to become a member please click here. \to join the AGNC yahoo group click here.

Aims

The aims of the association include:

  • to provide support for professionals working in the field 
  • to provide support for professionals working in the field
  • to provide forums for education and scientific meetings
  • to represent the views of the profession
  • to prescribe good standards of clinical practice
  • to liaise and collaborate with other clinical and scientific colleagues in the field
  • to provide channels of communication within the profession

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Middleton A (2017) Public Perceptions of Genomics. Invited keynote at the Association of Genetic Nurses and Counsellors annual conference. Leeds, 24th April