Elizabeth J. Harrington

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Eye tracking is a usability tool that employs a device that measures on-screen eye fixations and movements to determine how users visually interact with an interface. In this paper, we present best practices for planning and moderating eye tracking sessions as well as offer details regarding the technical configuration used during our studies. We found that(More)
Providers and patients encounter challenges related to the management of Variants of Unknown Significance (VUS). A VUS introduces new counseling dilemmas for the understanding and psychosocial impact of uncertain genetic test results. This descriptive study uses Mishel’s theory of uncertainty in illness to explore the experience of individuals who have(More)
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