Instrument for assessing mass media reporting of disease-related genetic discoveries is a 38-item tool for evaluating the quality and balance of media stories reporting genetic discoveries related
Mountcastle-Shah, E., Tambor, E., Bernhardt, B. A., Geller, G., Karaliukas, R., Rodgers, J. E., & Holtzman, N. A. (2003). Assessing mass media reporting of disease-related genetic discoveries: Development of an instrument and initial findings. Science Communication, 24(4), 458-478.
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The Assessment of Strategic Integration of Genomics across Nursing (ASIGN) maturity matrix (MM) is a self-assessment tool that enables users to asesses the progress of their country, city, or organ
Tonkin, E., Calzone, K. A., Badzek, L., Benjamin, C., Middleton, A., Patch, C., Kirk, M., & Nur, D.
(2020). A maturity matrix for nurse leaders to facilitate and benchmark progress in genomic healthcare policy, infrastructure, education, and delivery. Journal of Nursing Scholarship, 52(5), 583-592.
This plain text script includes descriptions of the three animated videos that were utilized in the ROMP study, which assessed adult patient's attitudes toward research on medical practices in
Kelley, M., James, C., Alessi Kraft, S., Korngiebel, D., Wijangco, I., Rosenthal, E., Joffe, S., Cho, M. K., Wilfond, B., Lee, S. S. (2015). Patient perspectives on the learning health system: The importance of trust and shared decision making. Am J Bioeth, 15(9), 4-17.
This is a printable version of the information from the Clinical Broad Data Sharing Consent Video (see this database).
Riggs, E. R., Azzariti, D. R., Niehaus, A., Goehringer, S. R., Ramos, E. M., Rodriguez, L. L., Knoppers, B., Rehm, H. L., & Martin, C. L. (2019). Development of a consent resource for genomic data sharing in the clinical setting. Genetics in Medicine, 21(1), 81-88.
The “Qualitative Story Deck,” (QSD) is an interactive elicitation technique desgined to explore the willingness of African Americans (and others) to participate in health research involving biospec
Passmore, S. R., Jamison, A. M., Abdelwadoud, M., Rogers, T. B., Wiggan, M., Mullins, D. C., & Thomas, S. B. (2021). Use of a Qualitative Story Deck to Create Scenarios and Uncover Factors Associated with African American Participation in Genomics Research. Field Methods, 33(2), 159-174.