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What does the BSGM logo represent

The BSGM logo combines to represent several aspects of the work of our profession. The squares and circles in the logo are taken from the standard symbols for male and female in a family tree diagram.

The series of individuals one after another represents the generations in a family who may be affected by a genetic condition. But also, the grouping of individuals with different characteristics (represented by different colours) symbolises the collaborative nature of our society bringing together professionals from different disciplines.

The logo was designed by Mr Mark Anderson, a professional graphic designer commissioned by BSGM.

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    posted 2nd October 2017  |  0 Comments

    This briefing document was commissioned by the BSGM to highlight areas of the 2011 consent and confidentiality in genetic practice guidance that may need revision. It also outlines where practice has changed significantly since the last version and recognises that genomic medicine now extends well beyond the specialty of clinical genetics

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