The Prospective Physical Activity, Sitting and Sleep consortium (ProPASS)
ProPASS is an international research collaboration platform of cohorts using thigh-worn accelerometry devices to explore the effects of physical activity, posture, and sleep patterns on a wide range of health outcomes. The objectives of the consortium are:
to establish a pooled data resource on physical activity, posture allocation, sleep, and health outcomes
to develop methods for processing, harmonising, and pooling data of existing such studies
to develop methods for collecting data for future studies (prospective harmonisation).
The ultimate goal of the ProPASS consortium as a data resource is to promote collaborative individual participant and prospective meta-analyses on physical activity, posture, and sleep.