Barbara B. Biesecker focuses on Genetic counseling, Genetic testing, Medical education, Family medicine and Disease. Her Genetic counseling research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Health care, Informed consent, Public relations, Coping and Professional development. Her Genetic testing research includes elements of Randomized controlled trial, Gynecology, Clinical psychology, Breast cancer and Family history.
Her studies deal with areas such as Psychological intervention and Risk perception as well as Randomized controlled trial. Her work carried out in the field of Medical education brings together such families of science as Variety, Bioinformatics, MEDLINE and Genomics. Her Family medicine study combines topics in areas such as Ethos, Social support, Public health and Outcomes research.
Barbara B. Biesecker mainly investigates Genetic counseling, Clinical psychology, Genetic testing, Family medicine and Health care. Her Genetic counseling study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Psychological intervention, Psychosocial, Randomized controlled trial, Medical education and Public health. Her studies in Clinical psychology integrate themes in fields like Feeling, Affect and Scale.
The concepts of her Genetic testing study are interwoven with issues in Test, Bioinformatics, Disease, Breast cancer and Family history. The Bioinformatics study combines topics in areas such as Cohort and Genomics. Her Family medicine research incorporates themes from DNA sequencing, Clinical trial and Informed consent.
Her primary areas of study are Genetic counseling, Clinical psychology, Family medicine, MEDLINE and Genetic testing. Her study in Genetic counseling is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Exome sequencing, Cohort study, Randomized controlled trial, Medical education and Psychotherapist. Her work deals with themes such as Health care, Family history and Scale, which intersect with Clinical psychology.
Her Family medicine research includes themes of Intervention, Psychosocial, Protocol, Breast cancer and Cohort. Her research in MEDLINE tackles topics such as Informed consent which are related to areas like Longitudinal study and Genomics. The various areas that Barbara B. Biesecker examines in her Genetic testing study include Disease and DNA sequencing.
Her scientific interests lie mostly in Family medicine, Genetic counseling, MEDLINE, Clinical psychology and Cohort. Her Family medicine study incorporates themes from Informed consent, Psychosocial, Whole genome sequencing, Protocol and Breast cancer. In her works, she undertakes multidisciplinary study on Genetic counseling and Research questions.
Barbara B. Biesecker has researched MEDLINE in several fields, including Genome and Health care. Her Clinical psychology research integrates issues from Exome, Disease and Genetic testing. The study incorporates disciplines such as Affect, DNA sequencing and Genomic sequencing in addition to Genetic testing.
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A new definition of Genetic Counseling: National Society of Genetic Counselors' Task Force report.
Robert Resta;Barbara Bowles Biesecker;Robin L. Bennett;Sandra Blum.
Journal of Genetic Counseling (2006)
Genetic Counseling for Families With Inherited Susceptibility to Breast and Ovarian Cancer
Barbara B. Biesecker;Michael Boehnke;Kathy Calzone;Dorene S. Markel.
Controlled Trial of Pretest Education Approaches to Enhance Informed Decision-Making for BRCA1 Gene Testing
Caryn Lerman;Barbara Biesecker;Judith L. Benkendorf;Jon Kerner.
Journal of the National Cancer Institute (1997)
Genetic Testing for Susceptibility to Adult-Onset Cancer: The Process and Content of Informed Consent
Gail Geller;Jeffrey R. Botkin;Michael J. Green;Nancy Press.
A disease locus for hereditary haemorrhagic telangiectasia maps to chromosome 9q33–34
M.T. McDonald;K.A. Papenberg;S. Ghosh;A.A. Glatfelter.
Nature Genetics (1994)
Goals of genetic counseling
Clinical Genetics (2002)
Breast cancer susceptibility genes. BRCA1 and BRCA2.
Lawrence C. Brody;Barbara Bowles Biesecker.
Ethics and Genomic Incidental Findings
Amy L. McGuire;Steven Joffe;Barbara A. Koenig;Barbara B. Biesecker.
Process studies in genetic counseling: Peering into the black box†
Barbara B. Biesecker;Kathryn F. Peters.
American Journal of Medical Genetics (2001)
Goals, benefits, and outcomes of genetic counseling: Client and genetic counselor assessment
Barbara A. Bernhardt;Barbara B. Biesecker;Barbara B. Biesecker;Carrie L. Mastromarino;Carrie L. Mastromarino.
American Journal of Medical Genetics (2000)
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