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The Participant & Community Advisory Board (PCAB) consists of All of Us participants from the Community Health Center and local community members. As part of the board, our members:
– Work with multiple partners, including All of Us participants, community members, and All of Us staff at CHC
– Help form program goals
– Provide guidance on methods, such as methods for recruiting and keeping participants.
– Advise on how to provide value to participants
– Help guide the design of promotional messages and recruitment and engagement materials
– Learn from others and share their own knowledge and experience
“I am proud to be part of the All of Us Research Program because I want to learn more about research and share my health information to help future generations. I want to represent my family and my community. ”
Interested in joining the PCAB? Contact Jhoselyn and Melissa at (860) 852-0890 or at [email protected]. You do not need to be a current participant in the program.
The All of Us Champions Staff Advisory Board consists of Community Health Center staff. They are physicians, nurse practitioners, administrative staff, and more. The goal of the board is for the All of Us Research Programteam to receive input and guidance from CHC staff so that we may better serve CHC patients and All of Us participants. The AoU Champions meet quarterly. If you are a staff member of CHC and are interested in becoming an AoU Champion, please email Jhoselyn and Melissa at [email protected].
All of Us at CHC is always looking for collaborations within the communities we serve.
To discuss a potential collaboration or partnership, please contact Jhoselyn and Melissa at (860) 852-0890 or [email protected].
The All of Us Research Program, part of the National Institutes of Health, is building one of the largest biomedical data resources of its kind. The All of Us Research Hub stores health data from a diverse group of participants from across the United States. Approved researchers can access All of Us data and tools to conduct studies to help improve our understanding of human health. Visit ResearchAllofUs.org to learn more.