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Table 5 The participant survey (translated from French)

From: Examining the ethical and social issues of health technology design through the public appraisal of prospective scenarios: a study protocol describing a multimedia-based deliberative method

Item Measurement
First part-Multimedia content and scenarios  
The videos have helped me understand the technologies 5-level Likert-type scale
The videos have helped me understand the online scenarios 5-level Likert-type scale
The following video made me react the most List of the 3 videos and ‘none’
Do you have comments about the videos? Free text box
The online scenarios helped me reflect about questions raised by the technologies 5-level Likert-type scale
The online scenarios stimulated discussion 5-level Likert-type scale
The online scenarios that made me reflect the most are those associated with… List of the 3 scenarios and ‘none’
I felt concerned by the dilemmas faced by the characters (Nathan, Mathis and Catherine) 5-level Likert-type scale
I felt much more concerned by the dilemma of … List of the 3 characters and ‘none’
Workshop and online deliberations  
Throughout this project:  
I was brought to look at technologies differently 5-level Likert-type scale
I could consider new viewpoints 5-level Likert-type scale
I discovered effects of technology that I had never imagined 5-level Likert-type scale
I reflected more about the pros and cons of technologies 5-level Likert-type scale
I looked for additional information on the topics discussed 5-level Likert-type scale
I shared my reflections with people around me 5-level Likert-type scale
I had ideas to improve technologies around me 5-level Likert-type scale
If yes, share one idea … Free text box
I consider that I know more about:  
The way technologies may transform society 5-level Likert-type scale
The way technologies may transform values 5-level Likert-type scale
The way individuals and society may intervene in technology 5-level Likert-type scale
The way values may influence technology design and use 5-level Likert-type scale
Second part-Deliberative environments  
During the workshop: For workshop participants
I was confortable sharing my ideas 5-level Likert-type scale
I could express disagreements 5-level Likert-type scale
I voluntarily omitted expressing certain viewpoints 5-level Likert-type scale
I shared opinions that I would not have formulated as easily in writing 5-level Likert-type scale
During the online forum:  
I was comfortable sharing my ideas 5-level Likert-type scale
I could express disagreements 5-level Likert-type scale
I voluntarily omitted expressing certain viewpoints 5-level Likert-type scale
I shared opinions that I would not have formulated as easily verbally 5-level Likert-type scale
Did you prefer one of the two deliberative environments? For workshop participants who may answer ‘none’
Why? Free text box
General impressions about my participation  
Throughout the project:  
I have had the opportunity to express myself freely 5-level Likert-type scale
I was attentive to the views of other participants 5-level Likert-type scale
My arguments were well thought out 5-level Likert-type scale
I contributed to further the reflections of other participants 5-level Likert-type scale
Participating in the process required considerable efforts 5-level Likert-type scale
I remained interested throughout the experience 5-level Likert-type scale
General impressions about the participation of other participants  
Throughout the project:  
Participants have had the possibility to express themselves freely 5-level Likert-type scale
The arguments of the other participants appeared well thought out 5-level Likert-type scale
I have heard viewpoints that differed from mine 5-level Likert-type scale
Certain viewpoints conflicted with my values 5-level Likert-type scale
My viewpoint was well received by the other participants 5-level Likert-type scale
Group exchanges have furthered my reflections 5-level Likert-type scale
The moderator contributed to stimulate the group’s reflections 5-level Likert-type scale
The moderator respected the opinions of participants 5-level Likert-type scale
Do you have something to add about this experience? Free text box
Third part—Information about the participants  
To which age group do you belong? 18 to 29; 30 to 39; 40 to 49; 50 to 59; 60 to 69; Over 70
Gender M or F
Do you live: By yourself? With a partner? With your family? With roommates or in a residence?
Do you self-identify with an ethnocultural community? If yes, which one(s)?
What language(s) do you speak at home? Free text box
Do you self-identify with one of the following religions? Buddhism; Christianism; Hinduism; Islamism; Judaism; Other; None
Do you frequently interact with children or teenagers? (e.g., many times a month) Yes; No
Do you frequently interact with people over 65? (e.g., many times a month) Yes; No
What is your current occupation or the job you have held in the past and you most identify with? Free text box
Which is the highest level of education you completed? High school; Collegial; Undergraduate studies; Master’s level; PhD
How often are you in contact with healthcare services, for you or your relatives? Never; Rarely; Occasionally; Frequently
How do you characterize your ease with technology in general? Uncomfortable; Mostly uncomfortable; Mostly comfortable; Very comfortable
What is your household income? (that of your parents if you live with them) Less than $20,000; $20,000 to $39,999; $40,000 to $59,999; $60,000 to $79,999; $80,000 to $ 99,999; Over $100,000
  1. Note: The 5-level Likert-like scale was: Totally agree; Agree; Neither agree nor disagree; Disagree; Totally disagree. The possibility to answer ‘Don’t know/Doesn’t apply’ was provided.