The Ethics, Position, and Public Policy (EPPP) Committee charges are to:
Create a volunteer-monitored member portal to share information and resources of interest to the psychiatric genetics community
Provide authoritative evidence-based papers and best practices for utilizing psychiatric genetics information while being transparent about what is established and what is controversial (collaborate with Education Committee)
Deliver exceptional and timely information at the WCPG
Devise a rapid communication procedure that enables ISPG to quickly review an issue, decide if comment is needed, formulate statements with appropriate bioethics review, obtain approval from the Board of Directors, and externally communicate.