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Table 1 Participant characteristics

From: Public perceptions of predictive testing for rheumatoid arthritis compared to breast cancer and early-onset Alzheimer’s disease: a qualitative study

Participant ID number Gender Age Marital status Children Employment status Highest level of education Ethnicity Experience with GT or GS
1 Male 51–70 Married Yes Self-employed Degree level Other Asian No
2 Female 51–70 Single No Employed Postgraduate qualification White British Yes (GT only)
3 Female 51–70 Married Yes Employed GCSE/O level White British Yes (GT only)
4 Male 26–35 Single No Employed Degree level Asian Pakistani No
5 Male 71+ Married Yes Self-employed Postgraduate qualification White British Yes
6 Female 51–70 Married Yes Retired GCSE/O level White British No
7 Female 26–35 Single No Student Degree level Black Caribbean No
8 Male 26–35 Single No Employed Degree level White British No
9 Female 26–35 Single Yes Employed Postgraduate qualification White British No
10 Male 51–70 Married Yes Unemployed Vocational qualification Asian Indian No
11 Female 18–25 Single No Student Degree level White British Yes (GT only)
13 Female 26–35 Single No Employed Degree level White British Yes (GT only)
15 Female 26–35 Single No Employed Postgraduate qualification Asian Indian No
17 Male 51–70 Single No Employed Degree level White British No
18 Male 18–25 Partnership No Employed A-level White British No
19 Female 18–25 Single No Employed, Student A-level Asian Chinese No
20 Female 18–25 Partnership No Employed, Student Degree level Mixed Caribbean No
21 Female 26–35 Single No Student Degree level N/A No
22 Female 26–35 Single No Student Postgraduate qualification Other White No
23 Female 18–25 Single No Student A-level Black African No
24 Male 71+  Married Yes Retired Postgraduate qualification Mixed Asian Yes (Both)
  1. GT genetic testing, GS genetic screening