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Survey: Making Decisions about Genetic Testing

Survey: Making Decisions about Genetic Testing

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Survey for adults who have had genetic testing for inherited cancer risk through a doctor

Study Contact Information:

Stephen Haas, PhD, University of Cincinnati
stephen.haas@uc.edu, (513) 556 – 4442

Survey: Making Decisions about Genetic Testing

About the Study

The study investigates how people deal with uncertainty following an event that has unclear outcomes. The survey explores adult responses to being offered a genetic test and how they dealt with any uncertainty. The online survey includes a newly developed Uncertainty Management Scale (UMS) based on our years of prior uncertainty research. Knowing more about how people manage uncertainty may be helpful to society. 

Visit our survey page to participate: https://kerrcommlab.wixsite.com/uncertaintysurvey

What the Study Involves

Researchers are recruiting volunteers to complete a 10 to 15-minute anonymous online survey about the making the decision to do genetic testing. Participants will be compensated $10 for completing the survey.

Lead Researchers

Stephen Haas
University of Cincinnati

Anna Kerr 
Ohio University

Marleah Dean Kruzel 
University of South Florida; Moffitt Cancer Center

This Study is Open To:

Survey participants will be U.S. adults over the age of 18 who have completed genetic testing for an inherited mutation linked to cancer through a healthcare provider.

This Study is Not Open To:

Individuals who have not undergone genetic testing through a healthcare provider (i.e., at-home kits) are not eligible.