Tabor and colleagues developed My46, a self-guided, web-based information management system for individuals undergoing genetic testing in clinical and research settings, to enable them to choose wh
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Kenen and Preters designed the Colored Ecological and Genetic Relational Map (CEGRM), a pictoral map used to organize information about client relationships with biological and non-biological kin,
Kenen, R., & Peters, J. (2001). The colored, eco‐genetic relationship map (CEGRM): A conceptual approach and tool for genetic counseling research. Journal of Genetic Counseling, 10(4), 289-309.
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Peshkin and colleagues developed and tested the Pediatric BRCA1/2 Testing Attitudes Scale (P-TAS) to assess parental attitudes about and interest in testing their minor children for BRCA 1/2 mutati
Peshkin, B. N., Demarco, T. A., Garber, J. E., Valdimarsdottir, H. B., Patenaude, A. F., Schneider, K. A., Schwartz, Marc D., & Tercyak, K. P. (2009). Brief assessment of parents' attitudes toward testing minor children for hereditary breast/ovarian cancer genes: Development and validation of the Pediatric BRCA1/2 Testing Attitudes Scale (P-TAS). Journal of Pediatric Psychology, 34(6), 627-638.
This post-return of genetic test results survey assesses the psychosocial impact of receiving genomic findings by measuring how much participants had specific feelings such as anxiousness, nervousn
This post-return of child genetic test results survey for parents assesses the psychosocial impact of receiving genomic findings by measuring how much participants had specific feelings such as anx
Fagerlin and colleagues developed the Subjective Numeracy Scale (SNS) to distinguish low- and high quantitative ability individuals for use with patients that need to understand the risks of medica
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Rose and colleagues developed a 10-item scale to measure distrust of the United States healthcare system (defined as hospitals, health insurance companies, and medical research) for use in the inve
Rose, A., Peters, N., Shea, J. A., & Armstrong, K. (2004). Development and testing of the health care system distrust scale. Journal of general internal medicine, 19(1), 57-63.
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Ware and colleagues developed the SF-12, a shortened version of the 36-item short-form (SF-36) health survey, to measure physical and mental health in studies with large samples or constraints on q
Ware Jr., J. E., Kosinski, M., Keller, S. D. (1996). A 12-item short-form health survey: Construction of scales and preliminary tests of reliability and validity. Medical care, 34(3), 220-233.
The Genetic Essentialism Scale for Race (GESR) measures beliefs about the relationship between genes and race with 15 items.
Yaylacı, Ş., Roth, W. D., & Jaffe, K. (2019). Measuring racial essentialism in the genomic era: The genetic essentialism scale for race (GESR). Current Psychology, 1-15.
The GEmS can be used to assess the genomic healthcare empowerment of parents (e.g., the meaning of a diagnosis for their child, emotional management of the process, their confidence in utilizing th
McConkie-Rosell, A., Schoch, K., Sullivan, J., Cope, Heidi, Spillmann, R. C., Palmer, C. G. S., Pena, Loren, Jiang, Y., Daniels, N., Walley, N., Tan, K. G., Undiagnosed Diseases Network, Hooper, S. R., Shashi, V. (2019). The Genome Empowerment Scale (GEmS): An assessment of parental empowerment in families with undiagnosed diseases. Clinical Genetics, 96(6), 521-531.
- McConkie-Rosell, A., Schoch, K., Sullivan, J., Spillmann, R. C., Cope, H., Tan, Q. K.-G., Palmer, C. G. S., Undiagnosed Disease Network,, Hooper, S. R., & Shashi, V. (2021). Clinical application of a scale to assess genomic healthcare empowerment (GEmS): Process and illustrative case examples. Journal of Genetic Counseling. Epub ahead of print.
- McConkie-Rosell, A., Schoch, K., Sullivan, J., Cope, Heidi, Spillmann, R. C., Palmer, C. G. S., Pena, Loren, Jiang, Y., Daniels, N., Walley, N., Tan, K. G., Undiagnosed Diseases Network, Hooper, S. R., Shashi, V. (2019). The Genome Empowerment Scale (GEmS): An assessment of parental empowerment in families with undiagnosed diseases. Clinical Genetics, 96(6), 521-531.