Spring 2024 All of Us Research Engagement Series

The Disability Community Engagement Partner Project at the American Association on Health and Disability is inviting researchers to a two-part webinar series on the All of Us Research Hub and Workbench with an emphasis on disability on April 23rd, 2024, and May TBD, in collaboration with the University of Washington.

The disability population has often been excluded from biomedical research. The All of Us Research Program aims to change that by recruiting one million or more participants from underrepresented populations, like the disability population, to enroll as part of a longitudinal, observational cohort to improve health equity and advance personalized medicine.

If you are interested in attending the webinars sign up here:

Part 1: Introduction to the AoU Research Program and Researcher Workbench
April 23rd, 2024
12:00 PT/3:00 ET

Part 2: Using the AoU Researcher Workbench

The All of Us data is available to researchers and includes multiple surveys on a variety of health topics including health care access and utilization, social determinants of health, lifestyle, etc. with demographic information containing the American Community Survey disability identifiers. The All of Us data also includes electronic health records, genomic whole genome sequences, genomic arrays, physical measurements, and mobile health data. ASL and CART will be provided, and additional reasonable accommodations are available on request at jditsch@aahd.us!

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