The built environment is only one contextual exposure of interest to investigators who study these factors in relation to disease (and even these function variably across rural and urban areas). New technology could assist in better clarifying a fuller scope of residential exposures, including what elements/exposures the All of Us participants actually come into contact with.
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Focusing on the entire cohort, this study seeks to define inter-relationship linkages between the person (“ego”) and other associated participants (“alters”). Previous studies identified linkages through the specification of a family roster and alternate points of contact in the consent process. The relationship data produced would be available for network analysis to determine the impact of the social network on health... more »