The All of Us Research Program is a long-term research program with the mission of accelerating health research and enabling individualized prevention, treatment, and care for all of us. To do this, we need your help. The longer you stay involved with All of Us, the more you can learn about yourself and help speed up health research and medical breakthroughs. We hope that you will stay involved! Here are some ways to do that:
Stay in Touch
Keep your contact information up to date on your participant portal to learn about additional research opportunities, such as clinical trials, that may be relevant to you.
Complete Additional Surveys
From time to time, we may send you new surveys or offer other ways for you to share information about your health. By sharing this information over time, you can help researchers continue to learn more about the factors that contribute to health and disease.
- Answer the "Healthcare Access and Utilization," Family History," and "Personal Medical History" surveys.
- Answer the COPE Survey each month.
- Be on the lookout for additional surveys that will become available over time.
You can also complete these optional surveys quickly and easily within the All of Us app.
Download the All of Us app
The All of Us app makes it easy and convenient to enroll and stay updated on program activities. With the All of Us app, you can complete new surveys and compare your results with other participants. You can even connect your Fitbit. The app is your portal to access and manage your information in the program.
In the app, as well as on the website, you can consent to receive your genetic results, complete additional surveys, complete a COVID-19 Participant Experience (COPE) survey and more.
Another great way to learn about All of Us updates and new developments is to subscribe to the program’s bi-monthly E-newsletters. They are free and it’s easy to subscribe. Make sure to check your Junk/Spam folder in case the E-newsletter is not in your inbox!
You can also explore the All of Us online Research Hub site to look at aggregated program data and invite your friends and family to join the program via email or social media.