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The CALM project consists of two interdependent project clusters:

The first cluster is a clinical intervention study conducted at the individual level; it will have an integrated design that combines physiological and cultural perspectives and approaches. The aim is to obtain evidence from the interventions on physiological and functional parameters as well as to explore individual and social conditions that may prevent the elderly from making lifestyle changes.

The second cluster is a design-driven intervention targeted at the societal level; it includes historical and stakeholder analyses as well as an innovation project. The aim of Cluster 2 is to identify and create platforms for public dialogue, and to develop new recommendations (lifestyle and exercise regimens) and products (services and foods).

Read more about five sub-projects within the CALM-project: