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What are most commonly cited motivations for participants to enroll in All of Us?

Identifying motivations and values that drive enrollment into the cohort is important for tailoring and optimizing accrual and sustained research participation. Including a baseline item such as the above can help the researchers (particularly communication experts) ascertain and track motivations for staying in the cohort. Examples of motivations may include: family health history, scientific altruism, and specific... more »

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How much do occupational exposures contribute to the burden of chronic disease (e.g., cancer, CVD) in U.S. adults?

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Most of us spend a lot of time at work. Workplace physical and chemical hazards as well as organizational attributes of the job can have a profound impact on health. While work-related acute injuries and illnesses may be easy to recognize, the effects of work on chronic disease are more difficult to assess. Collecting occupational history and exposure information from the All of Us cohort will help us better understand... more »

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