The Center for Innovative Care in Aging (Center) advances novel behavioral interventions to enhance the health, well-being, and aging of diverse adults and their families in various settings including home and community. This involves developing, evaluating, translating, and implementing programs and educating health and human service professionals and students in behavioral intervention research. To enhance intervention responsiveness, the Center uses new models, study designs, frameworks, and approaches to shorten the intervention development pipeline and accelerate translation of effective interventions into practice to meet the needs of diverse aging populations.
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Promotes team science and interprofessional and interdisciplinary approaches to identify targets for behavioral intervention research, and develop, evaluate, and implement behavioral interventions.