CSER Phase 2 Provider Return of Results Follow-up #1 Survey is administered 0-6 weeks post-return of results to providers of research participants that were returned positive, negative, VUS, and se
CSER Phase 2 Provider Return of Results Follow-up #2 Survey is administered at 5-7 months post-return of results, regardless of whether the provider has completed the CSER Phase 2 Provider Return o
A pre- and post-test questionnaire that measures changes in the knowledge and attitudes of physicians who have been administered pharmacogenetic testing is available in the supporting information s
Lee, K. H., Min, B. J., & Kim, J. H. (2019). Personal genome testing on physicians improves attitudes on pharmacogenomic approaches. PloS One, 14(3), e0213860.
This survey was designed to elicit responses from providers’ regarding their experiences with and perceptions about patient-generated family histories.
Fuller, M., Myers, M., Webb, T., Tabangin, M., & Prows, C. (2009). Primary care providers’ responses to patient-generated family history. Journal of Genetic Counseling, 19(1), 84-96.
Genomcis Knowledge and Attitudes Toward Public Health Genomics, Survey for Public Health Professionals
This survey that measures genomics knowledge and attitudes toward the role of public health professionals in implementing public health genomics for public health professionals.
Rosso, A., Pitini, E., D’Andrea, E., Di Marco, M., Unim, B., Baccolini, V., De Vito, C., Marzuillo, C., Barnhoorn, F., Paget, D. Z. & Villari, P. (2020). Genomics knowledge and attitudes among European public health professionals: Results of a cross-sectional survey. PloS One, 15(4), e0230749.