The Survey of the Health of Wisconsin (SHOW) can support innovative health sciences and precision medicine research, applied public health and community-based research and encourages translational research from bench to communities. SHOW has provided research infrastructure and other services for more than 30 studies since its inception in 2008. Explore studies currently supported by SHOW.
The vizHOME project is funded by the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality to systematically determine how household context shapes personal health information management.
More than half of older women have bladder or bowel incontinence, resulting in a significant negative impact on women’s quality of life, loss of independence and related costs. This study aims extend the reach of a community-based continence promotion program.
The goal of this study is to assess the relationship between the nasal, skin, and gut microbiomes and MDRO colonization in children attending daycare in Wisconsin.
This study measures chemical levels among people who eat fish from Milwaukee-area waters with the hope of better protecting people from chemical exposures.
The overarching goal of this research is to gain further insight into the relationships between sources of environmental lead exposure, chronic lead exposure and the gut microbiota, and how lead exposure is associated with colonization of multi-drug resistant organisms.
The purpose of this project is to look at how children develop in their environments.
The WARRIOR Study:Winning the War on Antibiotic Resistance in Wisconsin
This project examines the relationship between fiber-rich food intake and gut microbiota, the prevalence of intestinal colonization by MDROs, and the relationship of fiber intake with MDRO colonization.
Together with the Wisconsin Department of Health Services, this project will gather information about carbon monoxide detection and awareness among Wisconsin residents using the SHOW sample.
This study is designed to learn about the factors that help and hinder rural women from leading an active lifestyle, and to assess their interests in different types of physical activity promotion programs.