Surveys are valuable medical research tools because they efficiently capture information that’s vital to a variety of research interests. Participants in the All of Us Research Program respond to surveys spanning a variety of topics, including demographics, health care, and lifestyle.
Each survey has been tested for readability and accessibility through cognitive interviews and quantitative testing. This testing process included populations from different educational backgrounds and geographic locations to capture a sample reflective of the U.S. population.
After participants complete the core surveys (The Basics, Overall Health, and Lifestyle), they may complete additional health surveys on health care access, personal and family medical history, and more topics over time.
Learn more about the All of Us Research Program survey development process here.
This core survey (required for participation) asks basic demographic questions including questions about a participant’s work and home.
This survey collects information about a participant’s overall health including general health, daily activities, and women’s health topics.
Healthcare Access & Utilization
This survey asks questions about a participant’s access to and use of health care.