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There’s still so much we don’t know about COVID-19, like why some of us have symptoms that continue for months and others don’t, or the effects of the vaccine. From the comfort of your home, you can help answer these important questions.
Have you, or someone you know, been exposed to the COVID-19 virus or at a high risk of infection? Have you received a vaccine? Whether you have been tested or not, sharing your experience will contribute to research and lead to answers.
What you need to do
(Entire sign-up process should take about 5 minutes)
Click the start button above
Consent to participate
Stay engaged and complete your follow-up surveys
Who can participate
If you may have been exposed, know someone who has been exposed, are at high risk of infection, or received a COVID-19 vaccine
Currently live in the U.S. or UK
Over the age of 18
How your data will be protected
All data will be highly secured using best-practices and will only be available for authorized uses.
Any information that identifies you personally will be stored separately from your responses and will be available only to administrative users who have a specific, legitimate need for that information.
The CARE Project team of epidemiologists and research scientists are influencing how the data and information you provide is used to speed COVID-19 care and prevention.
These are just a few of our recent publications highlighting how patient generated health data (the type of information you share with the CARE Project) is impacting how we study and what we know about COVID-19.
People with Autoimmune Diseases Recover More Slowly from Covid-19 | International Journal of General Medicine
For people taking autoimmune disease treatments, results suggest more consistent and severe COVID-19 symptoms.READ THE ARTICLE
Revealing the Unknown: How the CARE Registry is Enhancing Community Health
An interview with Dr. Nancy Dreyer.READ THE ARTICLE
Self-reported symptoms from exposure to Covid-19 | ScienceDirect
Identifying COVID-19 positive factors in non-hospitalized patients and what could indicate a moderate-to-severe disease experience.READ THE ARTICLE
Incorporating patient generated health data into pharmacoepidemiological research
The importance of patient generated health data to generate meaningful research results.READ THE ARTICLE
Incorporating patient-generated health data in safety and efficacy studies
How digitally-connected data sources are shaping patient-centric treatments and care.READ THE ARTICLE