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Journal of Genetic Counseling

, Volume 26, Issue 3, pp 355–360

First Online: 24 February 2017Received: 07 December 2016Accepted: 11 December 2016DOI: 10.1007-s10897-017-0076-9

Cite this article as: Hooker, G.W., Babu, D., Myers, M. et al. J Genet Counsel 2017 26: 355. doi:10.1007-s10897-017-0076-9

Abstract

As the demand for evidence to support the value of genetic counseling increases, it is critical that reporting of genetic counseling interventions in research and other types of studies e.g. process improvement or service evaluation studies adopt greater rigor. As in other areas of healthcare, the appraisal, synthesis, and translation of research findings into genetic counseling practice are likely to be improved if clear specifications of genetic counseling interventions are reported when studies involving genetic counseling are published. To help improve reporting practices, the National Society of Genetic Counselors NSGC convened a task force in 2015 to develop consensus standards for the reporting of genetic counseling interventions. Following review by the NSGC Board of Directors, the NSGC Practice Guidelines Committee and the editorial board of the Journal of Genetic Counseling, 23 items across 8 domains were proposed as standards for the reporting of genetic counseling interventions in the published literature GCIRS: Genetic Counseling Intervention Reporting Standards. The authors recommend adoption of these standards by authors and journals when reporting studies involving genetic counseling interventions.

KeywordsReporting standards Genetic counseling research Genetic counseling intervention 



Autor: Gillian W. Hooker - D Babu - MF Myers - H Zierhut - M McAllister

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