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All of Us Research Program Participant Surveys

When participants enroll in the All of Us Research Program, they are asked to respond to a number of surveys available in both English and Spanish. These surveys cover a variety of categories and topics including demographics, health care, and lifestyle. Initial surveys taken by participants are: The Basics, Overall Health, and Lifestyle. Additional surveys offered after enrollment include: Health Care Access, Personal Medical History, and Family Medical History. The program will release further surveys over time.

These surveys were developed by a team of experts from fields relevant to each survey topic. The surveys are meant to capture vital information intended for a variety of research interests. They contain questions from existing questionnaires previously used in research and newly developed questions to explore new areas of research.

Each survey was tested to ensure readability and accessibility through cognitive interviews and quantitative testing prior to launching within the All of Us Research Program. Surveys were tested in diverse populations from different educational backgrounds and geographic locations to capture a sample reflective of the U.S. population.

The Basics

This survey asks basic demographic questions including questions about a participant's work and home.

Overall Health

This survey collects information about a participant’s overall health including general health, daily activities, and women’s health topics.


This survey asks questions about a participant’s use of tobacco, alcohol, and recreational drugs.

Health Care Access

This survey asks questions about a participant’s access to and use of health care.

Personal Medical History

This survey collects information about past medical history including medical conditions and approximate age of diagnosis.

Family Medical History

This survey asks about the medical history of a participant’s immediate biological family members.