When the All of Us Research Program announced the availability of its first genomic dataset, one major point stood out:
Nearly 50% of the included participants self-identified with minority racial and ethnic groups.
So what is the All of Us Research Program doing right? What can researchers do today to increase the diversity of their participants?
In this webinar, we’ll reveal examples from the National Institutes of Health All of Us Research Program. Plus, we explore:
We explore ways researchers can prepare the tools and materials to promote and launch a research study to recruit diverse participants.
Recruiting and engaging
We outline some actions you can take today to recruit and engage people of color, women, and other groups that have been underrepresented in research to date.
We explore ways to use technology for inclusion of participants who don’t have a smartphone or the internet.
Letheshia Husbands, MPH
Aisha Montgomery, MD, MPH
Senior Research Manager
Rachele Peterson, MS, MBA
Senior Director, Clinical Research