The Network of the National Library of Medicine and All of Us Research Program have developed new resources to help community members expand their digital health literacy skills. These resources will teach people how to find health information online and apply that knowledge to address specific health programs. The new suite of resources included a curriculum guide for libraries and a series of online modules for the public. For more information and links to these resources, please visit the “Learn Internet Skills” module (available in both English and Spanish).
In addition, All of Us is interested in assisting finding out how the Coronavirus Pandemic has affected people’s lives, like health, housing and job security. The All of Us Research Program has initiated three new scientific activities to help us better understand COVID-19 and inform current and future pandemic responses: antibody testing, the COVID-19 Participant Experience (COPE) Survey, and electronic health record (EHR) integration.