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Public Health Genomics (2022) 25 (3-4): 98–107.
Published Online: 11 May 2022
... was to assess motivations for, and concerns about, genetic research participation. Methods: The Genetics in Research and Health Care Survey was sent in winter 2017–2018 to 57,331 adult Kaiser Permanente (KP) members from 7 US regions to assess attitudes about genetic testing in health care and research...
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Public Health Genomics (2017) 19 (6): 325–335.
Published Online: 04 November 2016
... the likelihood of respondents from a high- and a low- to middle-income country to participate in genetic research. Methods: Cross-sectional data were collected using Amazon's Mechanical Turk workforce to ascertain attitudes toward participation in genetic research. Registered country of residence was either...
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Public Health Genomics (2016) 19 (5): 260–268.
Published Online: 20 August 2016
... and their attitudes toward genetic testing. This study assesses the knowledge of genetics and attitudes toward genetic testing among college students. Methods: A cross-sectional study was conducted using a multistage stratified sample of 920 senior college students enrolled at King Abdulaziz University, Saudi Arabia...
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Public Health Genomics (2014) 17 (3): 173–182.
Published Online: 12 June 2014
... distrustful. Conclusions: African Americans have diverse attitudes about participating in genetics research, and many are likely to donate to a biobank based on expectations of positive outcomes. It may be important to address attitudes about genetics research as part of recruitment to enhance the quality...
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Public Health Genomics (2014) 17 (1): 23–32.
Published Online: 06 November 2013
... had significantly more favorable attitudes toward participation of children and pregnant women in genetic research than health professionals. Health professionals did not differ significantly from community members in their perceived understanding of genetic research. Emergent themes included limited...
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Public Health Genomics (2010) 13 (7-8): 424–430.
Published Online: 03 August 2010
...L. Laberge; C. Prévost; M. Perron; J. Mathieu; J. Auclair; M. Gaudreault; L. Richer; S. Jean; S. Veillette Aims: The goal was to assess clinical and genetic knowledge and attitudes in patients affected by myotonic dystrophy type 1 (DM1). Methods: Two hundred patients with molecular confirmation...
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Public Health Genomics (2010) 13 (7-8): 449–456.
Published Online: 14 January 2010
... their doctor and through a brochure. Carriers identified received genetic counseling. The aim of this study was to assess the attitudes of people undertaking screening. Between January 2006 and June 2008 all carriers (n = 79) and a randomly selected cohort of non-carriers (n = 162) were invited to participate...
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Public Health Genomics (2009) 13 (2): 116–124.
Published Online: 29 June 2009
... test; uptake was 38%. Participants who said they ‘definitely would’ take the test were more likely than others to take the offered test (45% vs. 26%, p = 0.035). Interest was associated with attitudes towards genetic testing and motivation to quit smoking. Uptake was associated with motivation, prior...
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Public Health Genomics (2009) 13 (2): 80–88.
Published Online: 19 May 2009
... about genetic risk depends, at least in part, on their knowledge and attitudes about human genetics. Methods: A postal survey administered to 560 women who had been offered prenatal screening in Ontario measured knowledge about, and attitudes toward, genetic testing and the uses of genetic information...
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Public Health Genomics (2009) 13 (2): 63–71.
Published Online: 13 May 2009
... programs that convey a practical and personally relevant understanding of family history, genetics, and related ethical, legal, and social issues [ 7,8,9,10,11 ]. Importantly, studies suggest that educational endeavors tailored to personalized needs can promote behavior and attitude change [ 12,13...