WeDo is proud to announce its involvement in the European-funded STAGE project
The Healthy Ageing Research Project, a new European research initiative, has launched this month to address the challenges posed by an increasingly ageing society.
The project’s goal is to explore how a person ages with multi-morbidity, having two or more long-term health conditions, and how it could be prevented. The aim is to bridge gaps in scientific evidence and address ethical, societal, and structural barriers.
To achieve this, the project will use data spanning the entire life course and advocate for healthy ageing promotion to begin as early as possible, emphasising personalised prevention.
The solutions developed will be person-centered, focusing on specific life stages and needs.
This collaborative effort will include generating models and AI-assisted, age-friendly tools, running cohort-based clinical studies, and developing a Europe-wide digital, interactive, healthy ageing atlas.
Led by the University of Oulu in Finland, this ambitious project brings together 22 partners from research institutions, small and medium-sized enterprises, and an NGO across 11 countries.