Step 1: Enrollment
Scan the QR code or register here
To register, participants must first review informed consent and provide a response on whether they would like to enroll in our study.
Click the icons below to review informed consent(s).
To learn more about your rights as a participant in our study, click down below.
If you select YES to participate in the study, you will proceed by entering demographics and symptoms. Next steps will be given after entering your information on how to receive your Rapid Anitgen Test kit.
If you decide NOT to participate, click here for more information on other testing resources that are available near you.
Step 3: The Test
Once you receive your iHealth Rapid
Antigen Test (RAT) kit, you can take it home or to your car to administer your test. Instructions are provided on the test kit.
Click here for a video on how to administer your Rapid Antigen COVID-19 test.
Step 4: Test Results
If your test result is POSITIVE...
Follow CDC guidelines. No repeat testing needed.
If your test result is NEGATIVE...
Test 2 more times, at least 48 hours apart.
Test again in 48 hours
An electronic prompt will be sent to you to provide your RAT results via a web-based link.
Return results in a timely manner.
Step 5: Survey
A survey on your opinions and experiences with COVID-19.
We will ask you to complete a survey that will take 10-15 minutes to collect information about who you are, if you had any recent contact with a person who tested positive for COVID-19, vaccination status, and other COVID-19-related questions.
The information from the study will be used to offer testing for COVID-19 in a new, more convenient way and to understand how this new testing program affects the spread of COVID-19 in communities.
This step is not required for receiving a COVID-19 test.
Invitation reminders will be sent out to complete the survey.
The RADx-Up CO-CREATE project is funded from 9/24/2020-3/31/24 by supplement grant from the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (NIH/NIEHS P42ES010337-19S2).
The RADx-Up CO-CREATE-Ex project is funded from 11/02/2022-10/31/24 by a supplement to a grant from the National Institute on Minority Health and Health Disparities (NIH/NIMHH 1U01MD018308).
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