1. Determines the accuracy and appropriateness of genetic counseling plans. 2. Initiates and implements counseling support for individuals and families. 3. Evaluates progress of counseling services and designs new services as needed. 4. Identifies and determines ways to improve and expand the clinic's service. 5. Supervises genetic service programs. 6. Develops a patient screening program consistent with state and national guidelines. 7. Designs administrative procedures which assess program's effectiveness and limitations. 8. Solicits new funding to support research as well as clinical counseling services. 9. Writes grants and funding applications. 10. Writes papers for publication. Teaches genetics courses. 11. Develops educational programs for staff and community organizations. Develops
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