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IDEAHL delivers a toolkit for gender-sensitive, inclusive, and ethical care

Setting the stage for the co-development and pilot of the EU Strategy, the IDEAHL project Consortium has launched the dedicated toolkit to review the issues of gender & inclusion and ethics & privacy in relation to (digital) health literacy [D4.1 IDEAHL inclusion, ethics & privacy toolkit].

This comprehensive resource elaborates on insights derived from literature reviews, policy analyses, and stakeholder consultations to provide a nuanced understanding of the implications of these themes in the rapidly evolving landscape of digital healthcare. It offers a comprehensive overview of key trends, barriers, and challenges arising from the intersection of digital technologies and healthcare.

Comprising a set of recommendations for policymakers and healthcare professionals, the toolkit serves as a guiding compass toward gender-sensitive, inclusive, and ethically sound measures and policies. It aims at paving the way for a more informed, empowered, and resilient society by ensuring citizens’ privacy and data rights— while promoting equitable access to healthcare information and services.

As the IDEAHL project continues to unfold, the launch of the toolkit marks a significant milestone in the journey of advocating for better care for all.

The project “Improving Digital Empowerment for Active Healthy Living (IDEAHL)” has received funding by the Horizon Europe Framework Programme under GA 101057477

We are here to answer any questions you may have about the IDEAHL project. Reach out to us at the following contacts:
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Scientific and Technical Coordinator:

Ms. Marta Pisano González, Coordination Team
Calle Ciriaco Miguel Vigil, 9, 
33005 Oviedo, Asturias, Spain
T. +34 985105500 Ext: 17485

Financial Coordinator
FICYT – Foundation for the Promotion in Asturias of Applied Scientific Research and Technology
Calle Cabo Noval, 11,
33007 Oviedo, Asturias, Spain 
T. +34 985207434

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