The DNA Practice Worksheet is a collection of seven questions for a genetic counselor. Each question is based on a different question in a case report. They are given a topic to which they will address the research questions asked by the client. This free service is provided free of charge to all qualified clients.
For genetic counselors, this sample practice worksheet will help them and their clients to develop a more personalized care plan. It provides a mechanism for the staff to explore further the issues that may arise in their individual cases. It also provides for documentation, which can later be used as proof in court cases.
It is provided free of charge for a one time use to qualified clients. An initial assessment report must be sent by email to the client, who can then proceed to download it. Once the initial assessment is finished, a second evaluation will follow.
This free trial provides for a three-day maximum of usage. If the case is deemed worthy, the next step is to pay a one time payment to use the service. An invoice will be issued after the client has paid the initial payment to the DNA company.
In order to register for the free trial, a couple of criteria must be met. The client must be eighteen years of age or older, have no existing conditions, and should possess the requisite medical records in order to meet the qualifications of the trial. If a health history questionnaire is passed on by the client, this step would be completed automatically.
Upon successful completion of the test, the client will be issued a report called the client report. This contains the results of the tests and a list of medical conditions that the patient does not meet the minimum qualifications of the trial. The report provides a summary of the case report that is generated.
For the initial report, the client must agree to the terms of the short-term trial, such as testing a minimum number of times. The report is reviewed by a professional for documentation purposes.
If a patient is interested in ongoing clinical services, they can choose to be enrolled in the free trial for a particular phase of the practice. A policy that governs the ongoing services is signed by the consultant.