415.702.92 ADVANCED GENETIC COUNSELING II
This literature-driven course applies interactive genetic counseling techniques to specific settings and client needs. Faculty and students present key issues in client education for various medical specialties, and identify research needs related to genetic counseling. Explores counseling issues through role-play.
Upon the successful completion of this course, students will be able to (1) practice genetic counseling in a specific setting using a challenging case example; (2) utilize role play to integrate peer feedback and critique; (3) outline educational objectives and create innovative application of tools found in the literature; (4) compare potential teaching methods; (5) explore psychological theory as applied to the case/setting; and (6) evaluate relevant research and develop research questions.
415.701; Must be enrolled in ScM in Genetic Counseling Program
- National Inst. Health