Project Talent is the largest, most comprehensive study of high school students ever conducted in the United States. Since its launch in 1960, researchers have continued to collect data on the original participants and now its data are helping AIR researchers study possible risk and protective factors of Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias. Project Talent Director and AIR Vice President Susan Lapham answered a few questions about the project, its history, and its potential influence.
Ensuring equitable access for all students is a persistent challenge in the education system. This video summarizes the Southeast Comprehensive Center's recent Equity Summit in Jackson, Mississippi, in which participants examined data on equity gaps in specific geographic areas.
Identifying effective ways to engage and partner with patients and families to reduce errors, as well as hospital-acquired conditions, has been shown to improve safety in hospitals. AIR works with a network of thousands of hospitals to engage patients as partners at every level of health care.
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