Journal of Genetic Counseling

Papers
(The median citation count of Journal of Genetic Counseling is 1. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-02-01 to 2024-02-01.)
ArticleCitations
Racial disparities in breast cancer hereditary risk assessment referrals41
Genetic Counseling Service Delivery Models in the United States: Assessment of changes in use from 2010 to 201738
Telehealth for genetic counseling: A systematic evidence review31
Benefits and limitations of telegenetics: A literature review27
Genetic counseling service delivery models: A study of genetic counselors’ interests, needs, and barriers to implementation25
Family health history collected by virtual conversational agents: An empirical study to investigate the efficacy of this approach25
Chatbots & artificial intelligence to scale genetic information delivery21
Use of a chatbot to increase uptake of cascade genetic testing21
Supporting a sense of inclusion and belonging for genetic counseling students who identify as racial or ethnic minorities20
Genetic testing and counseling for the unexplained epilepsies: An evidence‐based practice guideline of the National Society of Genetic Counselors19
Practice resource‐focused revision: Standardized pedigree nomenclature update centered on sex and gender inclusivity: A practice resource of the National Society of Genetic Counselors19
Evaluating co‐created patient‐facing materials to increase understanding of genetic test results19
Efforts of diversity and inclusion, cultural competency, and equity in the genetic counseling profession: A snapshot and reflection18
Considerations in genetic counseling of transgender patients: Cultural competencies and altered disease risk profiles18
Perceived barriers to paternal expanded carrier screening following a positive maternal result: To screen or not to screen18
Transitioning to telegenetics in the COVID‐19 era: Patient satisfaction with remote genetic counseling in adult neurology18
Social and cultural influences on genetic screening programme acceptability: A mixed‐methods study of the views of adults, carriers, and family members living with thalassemia in the UK17
Racial and ethnic differences in genetic counseling experiences and outcomes in the United States: A systematic review17
Transition to telephone genetic counseling services during the COVID‐19 pandemic17
Ancestry‐specific hereditary cancer panel yields: Moving toward more personalized risk assessment16
Parental experiences of uncertainty following an abnormal fetal anomaly scan: Insights using Han’s taxonomy of uncertainty16
Rapid genome‐wide sequencing in a neonatal intensive care unit: A retrospective qualitative exploration of parental experiences16
Unanswered Questions: Hereditary breast and gynecological cancer risk assessment in transgender adolescents and young adults16
Genetic counseling, virtual visits, and equity in the era of COVID‐19 and beyond16
Financial barriers in a county genetics clinic: Problems and solutions16
GeneLiFT: A novel test to facilitate rapid screening of genetic literacy in a diverse population undergoing genetic testing15
Genetic testing costs and compliance with clinical best practices15
Risk assessment and genetic counseling for hereditary breast and ovarian cancer syndromes—Practice resource of the National Society of Genetic Counselors15
Creation of the Minority Genetic Professionals Network to increase diversity in the genetics work force15
Exploring racial and ethnic minority individuals’ journey to becoming genetic counselors: Mapping paths to diversifying the genetic counseling profession15
A qualitative study of Latinx parents' experiences of clinical exome sequencing14
Rapid acute care genomics: Challenges and opportunities for genetic counselors14
Prenatal Genetic Diagnosis of a Sex Chromosome Aneuploidy: Parent Experiences13
Perspectives from individuals with familial hypercholesterolemia on direct contact in cascade screening13
Genetic counselors' experiences with transgender individuals in prenatal and preconception settings13
Male–female differences in quality of life and coping style in patients with Marfan syndrome and hereditary thoracic aortic diseases13
Psychological reactions to predictive genetic testing for Huntington’s disease: A qualitative study13
Genetic counseling following direct‐to consumer genetic testing: Consumer perspectives13
A systematic review and meta‐analysis of telephone vs in‐person genetic counseling in BRCA1/BRCA2 genetic testing12
Genetic counselor experiences with telehealth before and after COVID‐1912
Influence of lived experience on risk perception among women who received a breast cancer polygenic risk score: ‘Another piece of the pie’12
Breast cancer polygenic risk scores in the clinical cancer genetic counseling setting: Current practices and impact on patient management12
Impact of variant reclassification in the clinical setting of cardiovascular genetics12
Comprehension and personal value of negative non‐diagnostic genetic panel testing12
Do research participants share genomic screening results with family members?12
Genetic Counseling for Neurofibromatosis 1, Neurofibromatosis 2, and Schwannomatosis—Practice Resource of the National Society of Genetic Counselors12
Direct‐to‐consumer genetic testing companies tell their customers to ‘see a genetic counselor'. How do genetic counselors feel about direct‐to‐consumer genetic testing?11
A pilot randomized trial of an educational intervention to increase genetic counseling and genetic testing among Latina breast cancer survivors11
Conscripted curriculum: The experiences of minority genetic counseling students11
Influence of payer coverage and out‐of‐pocket costs on ordering of NGS panel tests for hereditary cancer in diverse settings11
A narrative literature review: Growing the workforce through increased fieldwork capacity in genetic counseling training programs11
A review and definition of ‘usual care’ in genetic counseling trials to standardize use in research10
Implementing innovative service delivery models in genetic counseling: a qualitative analysis of facilitators and barriers10
Assessing transgender and gender non‐conforming pedigree nomenclature in current genetic counselors’ practice: The case for geometric inclusivity10
Understanding access to genomics in an ethnically diverse south Florida population: A comparison of demographics in odyssey and rapid whole genome sequencing programs10
Interpreters’ perceptions of culture bumps in genetic counseling10
Beyond circles and squares: A commentary on updating pedigree nomenclature to better represent patient diversity10
Genetic counseling student demographics: an empirical comparison of two cohorts10
Geographical analysis of the distribution of certified genetic counselors in the United States10
A road map for the future: An exploration of attitudes, perceptions, and beliefs among African Americans to tailor health promotion of cancer‐related genetic counseling and testing10
Recruiting diversity where it exists: The Alabama Genomic Health Initiative10
Exploring experiences and expectations of prenatal health care and genetic counseling/testing in immigrant Latinas10
Transgender patients’ perspectives on their cancer genetic counseling experiences9
Reflections of parents of children with 22q11.2 Deletion Syndrome on the experience of receiving psychiatric genetic counseling: ‘Awareness to Act’9
Attitudes toward population screening among people living with fragile X syndrome in the UK: ‘I wouldn’t wish him away, I’d just wish his fragile X syndrome away’9
Outcomes of genetic test disclosure and genetic counseling in a large Parkinson's disease research study9
Adult adoptees and their use of direct‐to‐consumer genetic testing: Searching for family, searching for health9
Summary report of the 2019 Diversity and Inclusion Task Force of the National Society of Genetic Counselors9
Contributors to and consequences of burnout among clinical genetic counselors in the United States9
State of recent literature on communication about cancer genetic testing among Latinx populations9
The Canadian genetic counseling workforce: Perspectives from employers and recent graduates9
Enhancing inclusion of diverse populations in genomics: A competence framework9
Considerations for the use of qualitative methodologies in genetic counseling research9
“Doctors can read about it, they can know about it, but they've never lived with it”: How parents use social media throughout the diagnostic odyssey9
Genetic counseling for patients with positive genomic screening results: Considerations for when the genetic test comes first9
Adapting genetic counseling operations amidst the COVID‐19 pandemic8
Genetic counselors and legal recognition: A made‐for‐Canada approach8
COVID‐19 vaccine hesitancy and acceptance among pregnant people contacting a teratogen information service8
Social support networks of adults with sickle cell disease8
Community education to enhance the more equitable use of precision medicine in Northern Manhattan8
Telehealth genetic services during the COVID‐19 Pandemic: Implementation and patient experiences across multiple specialties in Nebraska8
Genetic counseling for congenital heart disease – Practice resource of the National Society of Genetic Counselors8
Advancing the genetic counseling profession through research: Identification of priorities by the National Society of Genetic Counselors research task force8
The current landscape of genetic test stewardship: A multi‐center prospective study8
Evaluating a genetic counseling narrative group session for people who have tested positive for the Huntington's disease expansion: An interpretative phenomenological analysis8
Characterizing standardized patients and genetic counseling graduate education8
Pursuing genetic testing for children with autism spectrum disorders: What do parents think?8
Predictors of genetic beliefs toward cancer risk perceptions among adults in the United States: Implications for prevention or early detection8
Expanded carrier screening in the United States: A systematic evidence review exploring client and provider experiences8
Preconception expanded carrier screening: Impact of information presented by text or video on genetic knowledge and attitudes8
After genomic testing results: Parents’ long‐term views7
How do geneticists and prospective parents interpret and negotiate an uncertain prenatal genetic result? An analysis of clinical interactions7
Financial constraints on genetic counseling and further risk‐management decisions among U.S. women at elevated breast cancer risk7
Changes in genetic variant results over time in pediatric cardiomyopathy and electrophysiology7
Diagnostic uncertainties, ethical tensions, and accounts of role responsibilities in genetic counseling communication7
Impact of hereditary pancreatitis on patients and their families7
Outcomes from a pilot genetic counseling intervention using motivational interviewing and the extended parallel process model to increase cascade cholesterol screening7
Pharmacogenomic education among genetic counseling training programs in North America7
Pregnant Hispanic women's views and knowledge of prenatal genetic testing7
A family systems approach to genetic counseling: Development of narrative interventions7
Public perception of predictive cancer genetic testing and research in Oregon7
COVID contingencies: Early epicenter experiences of different genetics clinics at a New York City institution inform emergency adaptation strategies7
Experiences and lessons learned by genetic counselors in returning secondary genetic findings to patients7
Genetic counselor implicit bias and its effects on cognitive and affective exchanges in racially discordant simulations7
Genetic counseling for early onset and familial dementia: Patient perspectives on exome sequencing7
An evidence‐based practice guideline of the National Society of Genetic Counselors for telehealth genetic counseling7
Family communication of genetic test results among women with inherited breast cancer genes7
Genetic counselors’ perspectives on population‐based screening for BRCA‐related hereditary breast and ovarian cancer and Lynch syndrome7
Risk assessment and genetic counseling for Lynch syndrome – Practice resource of the National Society of Genetic Counselors and the Collaborative Group of the Americas on Inherited Gastrointestinal Ca7
Integrating genetic assistants into the workforce: An 18‐year productivity analysis and development of a staff mix planning tool6
Family planning in carriers of BRCA1 and BRCA2 pathogenic variants6
The importance of personalismo: Navigating obstacles in recruitment strategies for Spanish speakers in marginalized communities6
Assessing clinical education tools for expanded carrier screening6
Education on cancer risk assessment and genetic counseling to address cancer health disparities among racial/ethnic groups and rural populations: Implementing culturally tailored outreach through comm6
Experiences of reproductive genetic counselors with abortion regulations in Ohio6
Increasing diversity in the genetic counseling profession: Development of recruitment tools for African American undergraduate students6
Spanish language concordance in genetic counseling sessions in the United States: Counselor experiences and perceptions of its effects on processes and outcomes6
Whether, when, and how to communicate genetic risk to minors: ‘I wanted more information but I think they were scared I couldn’t handle it’6
The impact of a cascade testing video on recipients’ knowledge, cognitive message processing, and affective reactions: A formative evaluation6
Motivational interviewing for genetic counseling: A unified framework for persuasive and equipoise conversations6
40 years and beyond for the National Society of Genetic Counselors: Reflections on genetic counseling practice6
Offering preimplantation genetic testing for monogenic disorders (PGT‐M) for conditions with reduced penetrance or variants of uncertain significance: Ethical insight from U.S. laboratory genetic coun6
Adaptation and validation of the Genetic Counseling Outcome Scale for autism spectrum disorders and related conditions6
Examining clinical training through a bicultural lens: Experiences of genetic counseling students who identify with a racial or ethnic minority group6
Social media usage in family communication about genetic information: ‘I no longer speak with my sister but she needed to know’6
Large‐scale group genetic counseling: Evaluation of a novel service delivery model in a Canadian hereditary cancer clinic6
Psychological correlates of interest in genetic testing among Korean American adoptees and their parents6
DNA testing information on YouTube: Inadequate advice can mislead and harm the public5
Utilization of genetic testing: Analysis of 4,499 prior authorization requests for molecular genetic tests at four US regional health plans5
‘Steep learning curves’ to ‘Smooth Sailing’: A reappraisal of telegenetics amidst the COVID‐19 pandemic5
Reasons affecting the uptake of reproductive genetic carrier screening among nonpregnant reproductive‐aged women in Flanders (Belgium)5
Genetic counseling graduate training to address religion and spirituality in clinical practice: A qualitative exploration of programs in North America5
Interest in and uptake of genetic counseling for preconception carrier screening when offered to predominantly white reproductive‐age persons seeking gynecologic care at a single U.S. academic medical5
Process evaluation of a culturally targeted video for Latinas at risk of hereditary breast and ovarian cancer5
The COVID‐19 pandemic and reproductive genetic counseling: Changes in access and service delivery at an academic medical center in the United States5
The uptake and utility of genetic testing and genetic counseling for hypertrophic cardiomyopathy—A systematic review and meta‐analysis5
A Delphi study to prioritize genetic counseling outcomes: What matters most5
Professional regulation for Australasian genetic counselors5
Prenatal genetic counselors' perceptions of the impact of abortion legislation on counseling and access in the United States5
Application of motivational interviewing strategies with the extended parallel process model to improve risk communication for parents of children with familial hypercholesterolemia5
Conscience clauses in genetic counseling: Awareness and attitudes5
Graduate training during the COVID‐19 pandemic: North American genetic counseling students' challenges, intolerance of uncertainty, and psychological well‐being5
Communication about positive BRCA1 and BRCA2 genetic test results and uptake of testing in relatives in a diverse Asian setting5
Parenting a child with Down syndrome: A qualitative study of everyday practices in Danish families5
Young people’s experiences of a CDH1 pathogenic variant: Decision‐making about gastric cancer risk management5
Diversity training experiences and factors associated with implicit racial bias among recent genetic counselor graduates of accredited programs in the United States and Canada5
Genome sequencing among children with medical complexity: What constitutes value from parents’ perspective?5
Clinical genetic counselor experience in the adoption of telehealth in the United States and Canada during the COVID‐19 pandemic5
Genetic counseling in the time of COVID‐19: The Philippine experience with telegenetics5
Patient perspectives on the diagnostic journey to a monogenic diabetes diagnosis: Barriers and facilitators5
Informing models of cancer genetics care in the era of multigene panel testing with patient‐led recommendations5
Characterization of variant reclassification and patient re‐contact in a cancer genetics clinic5
Understanding and interpretation of a variant of uncertain significance (VUS) genetic test result by pediatric providers who do not specialize in genetics5
The impact of genetic counseling on women's grief and coping following termination of pregnancy for fetal anomaly5
Reflections on diversity, equity, and inclusion in genetic counseling education5
Content analysis of Journal of Genetic Counseling research articles: A multi‐year perspective5
Experiences of adolescents and their parents after receiving adolescents’ genomic screening results5
A report of the AGCPD task force to evaluate associations between select admissions requirements, demographics, and performance on ABGC certification examination5
Improving gender‐affirming care in genetic counseling: Using educational tools that amplify transgender and/or gender non‐binary community voices5
Effects of monitoring versus blunting on the public’s preferences for information in a hypothetical cancer diagnosis scenario5
Predictive testing for neurodegenerative diseases in the age of next‐generation sequencing5
Expanded carrier screening for reproductive risk assessment: An evidence‐based practice guideline from the National Society of Genetic Counselors4
Courtesy stigma of parents of children with Down syndrome: Adaptation process and transcendent stage4
Adaptation of the working alliance inventory for the assessment of the therapeutic alliance in genetic counseling4
Feasibility, face validity, and sensitivity of a web‐based simulation tool for assessing genetic counseling communication4
Exploring the barriers preventing Indigenous Australians from accessing cancer genetic counseling4
Ethnic disparities in the frequency of cancer reported in family histories4
Newborn screening for Pompe disease: Parental experiences and follow‐up care for a late‐onset diagnosis4
The long‐term impact of receiving incidental findings on parents undergoing genome‐wide sequencing4
Family genetic result communication in rare and undiagnosed disease communities: Understanding the practice4
Stagnation in quality of next‐generation sequencing assays for the diagnosis of hereditary hematopoietic malignancies4
Understanding patients' views and willingness toward the use of telehealth in a cancer genetics service in Asia4
CDH1 variants leading to gastric cancer risk management decision‐making experiences in emerging adults: ‘I am not ready yet’4
Genetic counseling and diagnostic genetic testing for familial amyotrophic lateral sclerosis and/or frontotemporal dementia: A qualitative study of client experiences4
Exome sequencing study in a clinical research setting finds general acceptance of study returning secondary genomic findings with little decisional conflict4
Experiences of receiving an increased chance of sex chromosome aneuploidy result from non‐invasive prenatal testing in Australia: “A more complicated scenario than what I had ever realized”4
Between responsibility and desire: Accounts of reproductive decisions from those at risk for or affected by late‐onset neurological diseases4
A survey of aortic disease biorepository participants’ preferences for return of research genetic results4
Genetic counseling education at the undergraduate level: An outreach initiative to promote professional recruitment and support workforce development4
Genetic counseling for advanced paternal age: A survey of genetic counselors' current practice4
Research participant understanding and engagement in an institutional, self‐consent biobank model4
Opinions of adults affected with later‐onset lysosomal storage diseases regarding newborn screening: A qualitative study4
Genetic counseling for fetal sex prediction by NIPT: Challenges and opportunities4
Introduction: The state of minority and health disparities in research and practice in genetic counseling and genomic medicine4
Exploring empathy in genetic counseling students and new genetic counselors4
The CFTR variant profile of Hispanic patients with cystic fibrosis: Impact on access to effective screening, diagnosis, and personalized medicine4
A qualitative study of unaffected ATM and CHEK2 carriers: How participants make meaning of ‘moderate risk’ genetic results in a population breast cancer screening t4
The incidence and carrier frequency of Tay‐Sachs disease in the French‐Canadian population of Quebec based on retrospective data from 24 years, 1992–20154
Understanding genetic learning needs of people affected by rare disease4
Strength of the genetic counselor: patient relationship is associated with extent of increased empowerment in patients with arrhythmogenic cardiomyopathy4
The genetic counseling profession in Austria: Stakeholders’ perspectives4
Sudden shift to remote genetic counseling during the COVID‐19 pandemic: Experiences of genetics professionals in Italy4
Management of amended variant classification laboratory reports by genetic counselors in the United States and Canada: An exploratory study3
Pursuing germline genome sequencing to reduce illness uncertainty may involve additional uncertainties for cancer patients: A mixed‐methods study3
A Systematized review of experiences of individuals in Arnett’s emerging adulthood stage who live with or are at‐risk for genetic conditions3
Adding a genetic counseling assistant improves efficiency of hereditary cancer genetic counseling without impacting patient experience3
Trends in coverage and reimbursement for reproductive genetic counseling in New Jersey by multiple payers from 2010 to 20183
Metaphors and why these are important in all aspects of genetic counseling3
Latinx attitudes, barriers, and experiences with genetic counseling and testing: A systematic review3
Genetic counseling student rotations in industry: How COVID‐19 magnified the urgency for virtual learning options in diverse training settings3
Characterization of genetic counselor practices in inpatient care settings3
Cancer genetic counseling for childhood cancer predisposition is associated with improved levels of knowledge and high satisfaction in parents3
Factors that impact risk management decisions among women with pathogenic variants in moderate penetrance genes associated with hereditary breast cancer3
A descriptive investigation of clinical practice models used by cardiovascular genetic counselors in North America3
Clinical genetic counseling and translation considerations for polygenic scores in personalized risk assessments: A Practice Resource from the National Society of Genetic Counselors3
The role of psychosocial factors in Black women's self‐efficacy in receiving genetic counseling and testing3
Pre‐genetics clinic resource evaluation for adults with intellectual disability: The pre‐genetics clinic aid3
Examining the effect of patient personality types and coping styles on outcomes of genetic counseling3
Effects of participation in a U.S. trial of newborn genomic sequencing on parents at risk for depression3
Creation and utility of ‘Boston Minority Genetic Counselors’3
Evaluation of barriers to referral for cancer predisposition syndromes in pediatric oncology patients in the United States3
The evolution of genetic counseling graduate education in New York City during the COVID‐19 pandemic: In the eye of the storm3
Toward a better understanding of the experience of patients with moderate penetrance breast cancer gene pathogenic/likely pathogenic variants: A focus on ATM and CHEK23
Use of telephone intake for family history taking at a cancer genetics service in Asia3
Views of Israeli healthcare professionals regarding communication of genetic variants of uncertain significance to patients3
Ethical concerns surrounding sex prediction using noninvasive prenatal screening from pediatric endocrinologists' perspective3
The goldilocks conundrum: Disclosing discrimination risks in informed consent3
Adult patients with undiagnosed conditions and their responses to unresolved uncertainty from exome sequencing3
Clinical application of a scale to assess genomic healthcare empowerment (GEmS): Process and illustrative case examples3
Cascade testing for inherited arrhythmia conditions: Experiences and attitudes of family communication approaches for a Canadian cohort3
Prognostic imagination: Genetic counseling amidst therapeutic innovation and evolving futures3
Disclosure and comfort during genetic counseling sessions with LGBTQ+ patients: An updated assessment3
Australian healthcare professionals' perspectives on the ethical and practical issues associated with genomic newborn screening3
Attitudes toward offering genetic counseling for psychiatric conditions among genetics healthcare practitioners in the United Kingdom: A qualitative study3
Results of the Genetic Counselor SARS‐CoV‐2 Impact Survey from the National Society of Genetic Counselors: Progress and penalty during the COVID‐19 pandemic3
Building a foundation in self‐awareness: Genetic counseling students’ experiences with self‐care, reflection, and mindfulness3
Attitudes and training needs of oncologists and surgeons in mainstreaming breast cancer genetic counseling in a low‐to‐middle income Asian country3
Exploring how mothers of a child with a genetic disorder experience their couple relationship in a low socio‐economic setting3
Understanding and perception of direct‐to‐consumer genetic testing in Hong Kong3
Challenges and opportunities in the establishment of a hereditary breast cancer clinic at an academic medical center in a low‐middle income country3
Associations of sociodemographic and clinical factors with gastrointestinal cancer risk assessment appointment completion3
Patterns of germline and somatic testing after universal tumor screening for Lynch syndrome: A clinical practice survey of active members of the Collaborative Group of the Americas on Inherited Gastro3
Ethical and moral perspectives of individuals who considered/used preimplantation (embryo) genetic testing3
Knowledge and attitudes about genetic counseling in patients at a major hospital in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia3
Revising the FOCUS framework through a qualitative study assessing self‐reported counseling skills of genetic counselors3
Implicit and explicit racial prejudice and stereotyping toward Black (vs. White) Americans: The prevalence and variation among genetic counselors in North America3
The experience of a sample of individuals in the United Kingdom living in the pre‐manifest stage of Huntington’s disease: An interpretative phenomenological analysis3
Medical interpreter‐mediated genetic counseling for Spanish preferring adults at risk for a hereditary cancer syndrome3
Clinical geneticists' views on and experiences with unsolicited findings in next‐generation sequencing: “A great technology creating new dilemmas”3
Genetic counseling clinical documentation: Practice Resource of the National Society of Genetic Counselors3
Adapting to the challenges of the global pandemic on genetic counselor education: Evaluating students’ satisfaction with virtual clinical experiences2
Misattributed parentage identified through diagnostic exome sequencing: Frequency of detection and reporting practices2
Advocating for equitable management of hereditary cancer syndromes2
Assessing the availability and quality of Spanish‐language genetic resources for patients on the internet2
What knowledge is required for an informed choice related to non‐invasive prenatal screening?2
Mitochondrial replacement therapy: Genetic counselors' experiences, knowledge, and opinions2
Open communication of Duchenne muscular dystrophy facilitates disclosure process by parents to unaffected siblings2
An internship in psychiatric genetic counseling: Impact on genetic counseling graduates' practice and career choices2
Prenatal patient perceptions of receiving difficult news over the telephone2
Research to reduce inequities in cancer risk services: Insights for remote genetic counseling in a pandemic and beyond2
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