The Collaborative Aging (in Place) Research using Technology (CART) Initiative is a multisite, nationwide research study that is exploring how technology can provide insight into the aging process. Learn more.
Advancing Aging Research
The CART initiative uses technology to assess health and activity in the home and community with the goal to provide an open research platform that can be widely used by researchers to detect meaningful change over long periods of time. The system may be used across a range of study types - natural history, health interventions, clinical trials - to provide more objective, continuous and ecologically valid data for research. Funded by the NIA and the Department of Veterans Affairs and developed in partnership between OHSU, Rush University, the University of Miami, Oregon State University, University of Pennsylvania and the VA, the initiative aims to facilitate research addressing independence and well-being of older adults who are members of diverse communities.
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