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GCs become established in a new position in 4 months, as indicated by decreases in documentation time

Poster presented at the 2020 National Society of Genetic Counselors Annual Conference




Authors: Colleen Caleshu, Kiley Johnson, Kaylene Ready, Cary Armstrong, Jill Davies

Background: With the rapid growth of the genetic counseling profession, organizations are often adding new genetic counselors (GCs) to their teams. Yet minimal data is available on the time required to onboard genetic counselors. Insights into how long it takes for new team members to get established can help inform hiring and training strategies.

Purpose: We sought to determine how long it takes genetic counselors to become stabilized in a new position, as indicated by change in documentation time (how long it takes to write clinic notes).



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