Publications, reports & submissions
Rapid genomic testing for critically ill children: time to become standard of care?
Zornitza Stark and Sian Ellard. European Journal of Human Genetics. 2021.
General practitioners’ views on genomics, practice and education: A qualitative interview study
Marie Brigitte Cusack, Chriselle Hickerton, Amy Nisselle, Belinda McClaren, Bronwyn Terrill, Clara Gaff, et al. Australian Journal of General Practice. 2021.
A step forward, but still inadequate: Australian health professionals’ views on the genetics and life insurance moratorium
Jane M Tiller, Louise A Keogh, Aideen M McInerney-Leo, Andrea Belcher, Kristine Barlow-Stewart, Tiffany Boughtwood, et al. Journal of Medical Genetics. 2021.
Legalising Mitochondrial Donation in Australia
The Australian Government has engaged experts and the public in consultation on the process of legalising mitochondrial donation in Australia. Read our submissions.
Parents’ experiences of decision making for rapid genomic sequencing in intensive care
Lynch F, Nisselle A, Stark Z, Gaff C, McClaren B. European Journal of Human Genetics. 2021.
Paediatric genomic testing: Navigating genomic reports for the general paediatrician
Margit Shah, Arthavan Selvanathan, Gareth Baynam, Yemima Berman, Tiffany Boughtwood, Mary-Louise Freckmann, et al. Journal of Paediatrics and Child Health. 2021.
Draft recommendations of the Primary Health Reform Steering Group
Submission on the Primary Health Reform draft recommendations.
Queensland Genomics: an adaptive approach for integrating genomics into a public healthcare system
Miranda E. Vidgen, Dayna Williamson, Katrina Cutler, Claire McCafferty, Robyn L. Ward, Keith McNeil, et al. npj Genomic Medicine. 2021.
HTA process solutions regarding genetic/genomic testing and treatment, HTAnalysis / InGeNA
The Industry Genomics Network Alliance (InGeNa) engaged HTAnalysts to assist in the development of a white paper on the Health Technology Assessment (HTA) process regarding genetic/genomic testing and treatment. Tiffany Boughtwood participated in the targeted consultation on behalf of Australian Genomics to inform the development of this white paper, which aims to explore key issues…
Australian Genomics’ submissions to MSACs targeted consultation opportunities
The Medical Services Advisory Committee (MSAC) regularly seeks targeted feedback from Australian Genomics on genetic and genomic-related applications for public funding of medical services and technologies. Australian Genomics develops feedback for submissions by consulting with expert members drawn from its 450-strong network of professionals, to put forward unified, evidence-based submissions.