Predicting intention to biobank: a national survey
Critchley, Christine; Nicol, Di; Otlowski, M; Stranger, Mark J A
Background: The success of human population biobanks are dependent on the publics� willingness to participate. This research aimed to determine those factors important in determining the public�s intention to donate a biological sample to a publicly funded biobank, and allow that sample to be linked with medical records. Methods: A national sample of 1000 Australians was surveyed via telephonic interviews. Questions included the reported likelihood that respondents would participate in biobank...[Show more]
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