Public health research faces declining participation rates, increased screening, and potentially more field challenges and costs. Widespread access to the internet, mobile
computing, and the availability of health kiosks is altering the approach to conveniently interacting with research study participants. However, this access and convenience
must be balanced against increasing privacy concerns over personal health data.
This paper describes our experiment with using consumer wearable devices, health kiosks, and an internet-based data aggregation platform exploring potential opportunities to improve convenience and trust with study participants.