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IDEAHL Project advances Digital Health Literacy with Co-Creation Activities

IDEAHL Project advances Digital Health Literacy with Co-Creation Activities

The EU-funded IDEAHL project, led by the Consejería de Salud of the Principality of Asturias (Spain), has made significant progress in improving digital health literacy. Co-creation activities, coordinated by ISRAA, an Italian public care provider for older people, engaged 19 target groups across 10 European countries.

During the co-creation phase, 1434 participants, including policymakers, experts, practitioners, and vulnerable groups, collaborated in 140 sessions. The findings highlighted challenges faced by vulnerable populations, such as low digital skills and limited digital infrastructure availability. Reliable health information sources and tailored digital health training were identified as crucial needs.

The insights gathered will contribute to a strategy aimed at enhancing digital health literacy at national and local levels. The IDEAHL project will now move into the implementation phase involving pilot actions aligned with the co-creation results and (d)HL Strategy.

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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