Ethics and genomic data sharing: global public attitudes

Anna delivered this presentation at the Board of Genetic Counselling India 5th Annual e-Conference 2020
2nd July 2020

As part of the session on Psychosocial Nuances in Genetic Counseling, Anna presented the findings from the Your DNA Your Say project to the Board of Genetic Counselling India 5th Annual e-Conference 2020.

e-Conference description (from the BGC website):

The Board of Genetic Counseling - India (BGC-I) is delighted to welcome one and all to our fifth annual and first digital international conference "Genomics to Mankind - Integrating Genetic Education, Counseling and Public Health" from 2nd to 4th July 2020. The three day conference is divided into five sessions with each session consisting of four talks followed by panel discussion with experts in the respective fields. The conference is an educational treat aimed at addressing debates in the contemporary field of genetic counseling and medical genetics. We invite students, genetic counselors, faculty, clinicians, researchers and other professionals to join us in the event and make this endeavor a scientific success!

Anna's presentation includes a video, which can be viewed in the MP4 version of her slides, available to download below 

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Citation:

Middleton A. (2020) Ethics and genomic data sharing: global public attitudes. In: Board of Genetic Counselling India 5th Annual e-Conference 2020. 02 June. Online