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Zoom Interviews to Explore Ideas about Long-Term Follow-Up Cancer Genetic Counseling

Surveys, Registries, Interviews
Interviews with adults that have recently met with a cancer genetic counselor in the U.S., regardless of genetic testing outcome

Study Contact Information:

Angelea Kuipers
[email protected]
760-828-5487


Zoom Interviews to Explore Ideas about Long-Term Follow-Up Cancer Genetic Counseling

About the Study

This study aims to explore perceptions of patients and genetic counselors about long-term follow-up in cancer genetic counseling, including if and how patients would like additional follow-up with a genetic counselor beyond the pre- and post-test counseling session. If you wish to participate, email the student investigator to schedule a voluntary 30–60-minute Zoom interview. All information will be de-identified. There are no costs associated with participation.

What the Study Entails

You are being asked to participate in a voluntary student research study investigating long-term follow-up in genetic counseling. Eligibility will be confirmed via email correspondence with the student investigator. The participant will be asked to sign a waiver acknowledging that their participation is voluntary. Next the student investigator will schedule an interview at a time and day convenient for you. All interviews will be conducted via Zoom and are expected to last around 30-60 minutes.

Lead Researcher

Angelea Kuipers
Bay Path University Genetic Counseling Graduate Program

This Study is Open To:

You are eligible for this study if you:

  • Are 18 years or older
  • Have received cancer genetic counselling with in the last 2 years in the United States
This Study is Not Open To:

The following people are not eligible:

  • Have never had an appointment or spoken with a cancer genetic counselor
  • Are under 18 years old
  • Have seen a cancer genetic counselor outside of the United States