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  • The Healthcare Worker Exposure Response and Outcomes (HERO) Registry is a large national clinical research community of healthcare workers. The goal of the Registry is to answer crucial questions about the impact of COVID-19 on healthcare workers of any profession (nurses, therapists, physicians, emergency responders, food service workers, environmental service workers, interpreters, transporters) who work in a setting where people receive healthcare. Find out more about how you can participate and promote the HERO Registry here.

 

  • HERO-TOGETHER is a new research study that will include approximately 20,000 healthcare workers who receive a COVID-19 vaccination to help gain a better understanding of how people do after vaccination over time and how vaccination can help keep communities healthy and free of the virus. Participants will be asked to answer surveys over the next two years about their health and any unexpected medical care they may receive. By taking part, participants will help researchers understand how different people — including men, women, older people, people with chronic diseases, and people from different races and ethnic groups — do after vaccination.  Anyone who is 18 or older and works in a healthcare setting is eligible to join the HERO Registry. Those who receive a vaccine for COVID-19 can self-enroll in HERO-TOGETHER through the HERO Registry participant portal within 60 days of receiving a vaccine. You can find out more about the research program and enroll here.
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HERO-TOGETHER

A new research study focused on understanding how vaccines can help keep communities healthy and free of COVID-19 invites health care workers who have received the vaccine to enroll.