The All of Us Research Program is part of the NIH’s Precision Medicine Initiative. The mission of the Program is simple -- to speed up health research and medical breakthroughs. The 10+ year landmark initiative will engage a million people to provide their health and genetic information to enable a new era of medicine where researchers, providers, and patients work together to develop personalized disease prevention and treatments for diverse communities. Approved researchers from all over the world can use this data to conduct thousands of health-related studies to explore how factors like environment, lifestyle, and genes, can impact health. This can lead to more tailored treatments, which can help one-size-fits-all healthcare become a thing of the past. In addition, participants will get information back about the data they provide, which may help them learn more about their health. Research institutions can leverage the foundation developed by the NIH and its partners to enhance its own research capabilities.
Discuss the All of Us Research Program governance, mission, objectives, scope and schedule
Diagram the recruitment, issue management and participant retention process and plan
Illustrate the challenges faced by the consortium in designing and implementing the program
Summarize the scope, the technologies and the depth of information gathered for the study
Discuss the data access levels and rules governing researcher access to participant information