Chen and colleagues developed this qualitative interview guide to explore the topic of family health history with Chinese Americans in the United States. The English language version of the interview questions are available in the Data Collection and Measures section of the linked article. These include questions about the scope, accuracy, and importance of family health history and willingness to discuss health history with family members and physicians.
This interview guide was developed to elicit African researchers experiences in international health research consortia; perceived benefits and risks of participation, and their recommendations for the conduct of research in the African setting.
This topic guide can be used to interview research participants on their perceptions of recall by genotype research, which recruits on the basis of genotype. Topics include understandings of RbG research, expectations about recruitment, and preferences for the communication of research findings.
This semi-structured interview guide is intended for use with gene drive technology (GDT) experts. It was developed using ethical arguments identified by the authors via literature review. It employs open-ended questions on several GDT topics such as: benefits, risks, stakeholder involvement, and governance.