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All of Us - The All of Us Research Program and Public Libraries

The National Institutes of Health and the National Library of Medicine have partnered to support public libraries in meeting the health information needs of their patrons and engaging their communities around the All of Us Research Program. This preconference will discuss programming ideas, funding opportunities, and community engagement for public libraries around issues of health literacy, precision medicine, and All of Us. Participants will learn about the All of Us Research Program and its goal of addressing health disparities and advancing medical research. Attendees will explore how to create fun and informative health-related programming through hands-on interaction and health resources for their communities. The National Institutes of Health's All of Us Research Program is an unprecedented effort to gather data from one million or more people mirroring the diversity of the United States to accelerate research and improve health. By taking into account individual differences in lifestyle, environment, and biology, researchers will uncover paths toward delivering precision medicine. This preconference will provide an overview of the All of Us Research Program, precision medicine, and the National Institutes of Health's partnership with the National Library of Medicine, and how public libraries can support the health literacy and knowledge of their patrons.
Identify roles of participants this project will serve: 
Library or information professional
Project Lead:
Jeremy Johannesen
Funding Source: 
MAR
Project Funding:
Federal Fiscal Year: 
2018
Funding Amount: 
$16070
Funding Period:
May 15, 2018 to Apr 30, 2019
Project Status:
Completed