Health equity is when everyone – regardless of race and ethnicity, age, income, education, gender identity, sexual orientation – has the same opportunity to be as healthy as possible. But until all groups are represented in research, the outcomes (treatments, dosages, preventative care, etc.) that come as a result won't represent all of us.
The All of Us Research Program is working to represent the underrepresented. An initiative of the National Institutes of Health, All of Us is working to gather a million or more people that represent the diversity of the United States. The program aims to transform the future of health by breaking down barriers and providing researchers with the ability to access health data from the most diverse group of participants in research history.
Reaching one million or more people depends on the support of trusted partners like you. By hosting an All of Us Research Virtual Ambassador Program virtual event, you can help ensure your community is represented.
When you host a virtual event for your community members, you introduce All of Us to your community in a way that is engaging, actionable, and at no cost to you. Together, we'll explore health disparities, the importance of diversity in research, and how to participate in the All of Us Research Program.
Our bilingual team offers 7, 15, and 30-minute presentations delivered via Zoom with plenty of time for questions and answers. Click here for a sneak peek .Interested? Click here
Many other organizations have stepped up and joined us – from the most well-respected research and healthcare organizations, large corporations, and local community groups.
Contact us to become our partner in this historic effort to change the future of health. Remember, without you, it can’t be All of Us.
Precision Medicine Initiative, PMI, All of Us, the All of Us logo, and "The Future of Health Begins With You" are service marks of the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services. The All of Us platform is for research only and does not provide medical advice, diagnosis or treatment.