NDAD to host All of Us research initiative presentations in late February

Posted: Jan 26 2021
NDAD to host All of Us research initiative presentations in late February
It seems we have more health questions now than ever before. By participating in health research, you can help contribute to the answers while being physically distant.

Join presentation host NDAD for one of two free All of Us Research online events in late February to learn how you can participate and impact the future of health through a special National Institute of Health (NIH) program.

The informational presentations are free.
 
The All of Us program allows you an opportunity to be part of the largest health research project ever.

All eligible adults over 18, living anywhere in the United States, can join.

All of Us is asking lots of people to join the program. Participants are from different races, ethnicities, age groups, and regions of the country. With health information donated by people of all backgrounds, the All of Us Research Program aims to understand more about why people get sick or stay healthy.

More than 350,000 have joined already. The program's goal is 1 million or more participants.

Pick the free All of Us research program informational presentation time that works best for you:

Wednesday, February 24
7 to 8 p.m. Central Time
To register for this Zoom event, click HERE

or

Thursday, February 25
Noon to 1 p.m. Central Time

To register for this Zoom event, click HERE

More information about All of Us is available HERE.

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