An Hour with the Expert webinar series: Genetic Counselling


Genetic counsellors work in a multidisciplinary team with clinical geneticists, nurses, social workers, dietitians, communicating complex genetic information to individuals and families to facilitate decision-making. Genetic counsellors are employed in clinical genetics units and work in many areas including: cancer genetics, predictive testing, paediatric genetics, prenatal genetics, adult genetics. Genetic counsellors increasingly are involved in qualitative and quantitative clinical genetic research.

The Master of Genetic Counselling constitutes the professional qualification for entry into employment as an associate genetic counsellor, and for Part 1 certification, awarded through the Board of Censors in Genetic Counselling (Human Genetics Society of Australasia).

Join this webinar to hear from the experts in this field and gain an insight into what the course and profession entails.

Have you got questions you've been wanting to ask about this field of study? This will be a great opportunity to get those questions answered!

  • Wednesday, 6th September 2017
  • 5.15pm - 6.15pm (AEST)

Registration is essential.
We look forward to seeing you online!