British Society for Genetic Medicine Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Policy

Click here to read the recently published British Society for Genetic Medicine Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Policy

New guidance for clinical practice

This report addresses the retention of genetic family information and genomic test data in
health records. It is intended for health professionals, policy makers and those working in
health systems. It describes recommendations for practice relating to the retention of genetic
family records and medical records incorporating genetic or genomic information and makes
some recommendations regarding future policy development. The content applies equally to
paper and electronic records. This document is intended as a code of practice and
implementation should comply with GDPR requirements.

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The British Society for Genetic Medicine

BSGM is an independent professional organisation whose purpose is to support the promotion, encouragement and advancement of genetic and genomic science in clinical and research practice for the public benefit.

BSGM is an umbrella organisation of its own members and the five professional groups shown to the right. 


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