Greensboro AHECinvites you to learn more and witness the developing long-term outcomes of new possibilities withAll of Us. We can assist you with opportunities to enroll as individuals or to engage as community organizations, health care providers, or researchers as partners in participation in this effort to advance health care equity in precision medicine. Get started now by viewing the brief videos and links below ...
The All of Us Research Program is an ambitious effort to gather data from one million or more people living in the United States to accelerate research. The program is open to people of all health statuses from all communities.
The future of inclusion ...
Meet Josh Denny, CEO, All of Us
Where are we lacking?
Why is All of Us important?
For Community & Individuals
When certain groups are left out of medical research, it can mean treatments are designed for the "average" patient, which may not best serve diverse populations. Participation from community organizations ensures data from diverse groups is included as researchers seek to design future health care solutions.
Without more research, precision medicine won't be able to move forward. Advancements in precision medicine can ultimately supply providers with knowledge to provide precision care for a range of conditions, while also saving time and resources by centralizing patient records.
A rich collection of secure data from a diverse cohort of engaged participants will help researchers save time and resources so they can spend less time building a study and more time seeking answers to their research questions.
The All of Us Research Program has initiated three new scientific activities to help us better understand COVID-19 and inform current and future pandemic responses:
COVID-19 Participant Experience (COPE) Survey
Electronic health record (EHR) integration
For more information about Greensboro Area Health Education Center's partnership with the All of Us Research Program, please contact Shawn Houck, MSN, RN, Coordinator, Regional Education, GAHEC, at Shawn.Houck@conehealth.com.
GAHEC 2020-21 Regional Nursing Clinical Site Development Grantmaking
Our GAHEC/NC AHEC system partnerships are in continuous development. Please revisit this page for future updates on programming that supports healthcare education and research to enhance our mission to recruit, train, and retain an improved healthcare workforce.