The interview study is for people who have not yet decided whether to use preimplantation genetic testing (PGT) and have been referred for this testing in the past 6 months, OR you can participate if you have decided about testing (either accepting or declining testing) in the past 6 months. A doctor would have told you about this test and why he/she thought you should consider it.
TEMPORARILY ON HOLD: We are temporarily placing a hold on our study interviews while we seek funding. If you are willing to be interviewed without compensation, let us know.
You are invited to take the next step of the interview study if you are:
at least 21 years old,
this test has been recommended to you by a doctor,
You considered or actually used preimplantation genetic testing in the past 6 months,
and you can read/understand English.
Participation in this portion of the study involves:
If you are interested, the next step is to contact Dr. Pastore to express your interest. She will send you the study consent form with all the study details, and answer any questions that you have. You can contact her at: firstname.lastname@example.org or through the contact form below.
(no compensation is available until we receive grant funding) Financial compensation is a $50 Amazon gift card.
2017 ELSI Congress, scientific poster #1
2017 ELSI Congress, scientific poster #2
2016 North American Society for Psychosocial Obstetrics & Gynecology Biennial Meeting, scientific poster
Genoff Garzon MC, Rubin LR, Lobel M, Stelling J, Pastore LM. Review of Patient Decision-Making Factors and Attitudes Regarding Preimplantation Genetic Diagnosis. Clinical Genetics. 2017 (DOI: 10.1111/cge.13174)
Systematic Review of Patient Decision-Making Factors and Attitudes Regarding Preimplantation Genetic Testing.
Preimplantation Genetic Testing Patient Decision-Making: New Tools to Assess Decisional Distress and Decisional Uncertainty.
Review of Research on the Patient Decision-Making Process for Preimplantation Genetic Testing.