Timmins and colleagues created this semi-structured interview guide to explore parents' perspectives on expanded newborn screening through genomic sequencing. Questions explore parent's attitudes towards screening in different scenarios and for different conditions, privacy concerns, preferences for receiving information, and making informed choices.
Ziegler and colleagues developed this semi-structured, qualitative, interview guide to elicit perspectives from Black/African-American participants on direct-to-consumer genetic testing. Topics include participants' experiences with ordering DTC GT kits, using the kits, and receiving their DNA test results.
This semi-structured interview guide is intended for use with individuals diagnosed with a sex chromosome aneuploidy (SCA) or with parents of a child diagnosed with a SCA. It employs open-ended questions to learn about their experiences living with and receiving care for their genetic condition, support systems, and other topics.
This semi-structured interview guide provides physicians with scenarios in which adult and pediatric patients receive unsolicited genomic results and elicits their views about the need for provider support materials, the involvement of genetic specialists in the disclosure process, concerns about liability, and other topics.
Botkin and colleagues created this semi-structured interview guide to uncover what prospective parents are interested in knowing about the practice of retaining residual newborn screening bloodspots by state newborn screening programs for various purposes (e.g., quality assurance, biomedical research, and forensic applications). The guide contains seven interview questions to ask prospective parents about newborn screening/residual samples.
This semi-structured interview guide explores perceptions and use of personal genomic testing (PGT).
This interview guide seeks to understand the experiences of those who publicly shared their direct-to-consumer genetic testing results on the online platform openSNP.
This interview guide seeks to understand genetic health professionals' experiences with obtaining informed consent for diagnostic genomic sequencing from patients.
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.