Enrollment is open to all eligible adults who live in the U.S.
People of every race, ethnicity, sex, gender, and sexual orientation are welcome.
No health insurance is required. Any appointments needed to take part are free. Please note, the All of Us Research Program is a research study and does not provide medical care.
You can be healthy, or you can have a long-term health issue. There are no limits to taking part based on your health status.
You don’t have to speak English to join. We have Spanish-speaking advisors to help you. In the future, more languages will be available, too.
Those who are not eligible to join at this time include people who are: in prison, unable to consent on their own, and younger than 18. In the future, we hope to enroll these populations.
Having a computer, tablet, or smartphone makes it easy to give health data to All of Us. It’s also a good way for us to keep in touch with you. However, these devices are not required to join.
About the Study:
All of Us is a new research program from the National Institutes of Health (NIH). The goal is to advance precision medicine. Precision medicine is health care that is based on you as an individual. It takes into account factors like where you live, what you do, and your family health history. Precision medicine’s goal is to be able to tell people the best ways to stay healthy. If someone does get sick, precision medicine may help health care teams find the treatment that will work best.
To get there, we need one million or more people. Those who join will share information about their health over time. Researchers will study this data. What they learn could improve health for generations to come. Participants are our partners. We’ll share information back with them over time.
To develop tailored treatments and prevention strategies, researchers need more data about the individual differences that make each of us unique. By enrolling in the All of Us Research Program and sharing information, you can help ensure that your community is included in the studies that lead to improved health for future generations.
In addition, All of Us will also share data and information we collect about you, as well as certain study results, to help you know more about yourself.
What is Involved:
If you decide to join All of Us, we will ask you to share different kinds of information over time. We will ask you basic information like your name and where you live. We will ask you questions about your health, family, home, and work. If you have an electronic health record, we may ask for access. We may ask you to go to a local clinic for a free appointment with us. At this appointment we would measure your weight, height, hips, and waist, as well as your blood pressure and heart rate. We might ask you to give samples, like blood or urine at the appointment.
You will be able to choose how frequently we contact you. From time to time, we may send you new questionnaires or offer other ways for you to share information about your health.