Researcher Workshops and Public Input

Researcher Workshops and Public Input

Our researcher workshops are one of many tools that we are using to harness the unprecedented breadth and diversity of data being collected to advance precision medicine.

In March 2018, the All of Us Research Program held its first research workshop to identify key research priorities. Workshop attendees used crowdsourced research concepts to create additional research questions, refine common data elements, and identify priorities for future versions of the All of Us protocol. In total, the workshop developed more than 1,000 use cases and 3,500 unique data elements.

Output included tools such as the Health Conditions and Cross-Cutting Themes Chart, which is a visual representation of the scientific framework formulated during the workshop based on the use cases with nine Health Conditions and seven Cross-Cutting Themes. It identifies common data types needed to address research questions that span multiple health conditions.

Related Documents

All of Us Research Program Research Use Cases
562 pages, 3.4 MB
August 2018

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All of Us Research Priorities Workshop Agenda
4 pages, 212 KB
March 2018

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All of Us Research Priorities Workshop Report
11 pages, 1 MB
July 2018

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All of Us Research Program Research Priorities Workshop Meeting Summary
17 pages, 228 KB
March 2018

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Workshop Videos

Scientific Priorities Workshop Day 1 (2:42:09)

March 21, 2018

Scientific Priorities Workshop Day 2 (0:43:45)

March 22, 2018

Scientific Priorities Workshop Day 3 (1:43:28)

March 23, 2018