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IDEAHL validates the effectiveness of selected best practices

To ensure that the IDEAHL EU Strategy aligns with the evolving citizens’ needs and current realities of care, 12 pilot actions were tested across the 10 participating project countries. Through this approch, the project aims at validating the effectiveness of the strategy’s initiatives in promoting health, preventing disease, optimizing treatment and self-care. Partners involved in the pilots monitored closely their progress and impact and therefore provided crucial insights to shape the overarching goal of enhancing digital health literacy across the EU.
The results of this endeavor have been collected in the project’s latest deliverable— focusing on the implementation, monitoring, and evaluation of the pilots [D3.1 Report on (d)HL Strategy Implementation]. It underscores the commitment of the IDEAHL project Consortium to driving tangible improvements in digital health literacy at both individual and system levels.
By testing and evaluating initiatives promoting proactive health management and personalized care models, the project is poised to catalyze positive change and empower individuals to navigate the complexities of digital health with confidence and competence.

Co-creation in healthcare embodies a collaborative approach bringing together citizens, healthcare providers, researchers, policymakers, experts, and vulnerable groups. By harvesting the expertise and experiences of these stakeholders, co-creation surpasses traditional hierarchical structures to foster creativity and accelerate the translation of research findings into real-world impact.

140 co-creation sessions engaging more than 1,400 stakeholders were conducted, ensuring representation from various segments of society with distinct characteristics, social backgrounds, and needs. This inclusive approach facilitated a holistic understanding of the challenges and opportunities surrounding (digital) health literacy.

These findings represent a cornerstone for developing IDEAHL’s comprehensive and inclusive approach. The results encompass diverse perspectives and integrate them into actionable recommendations, which helped the consortium to construct the foundational pillars of the EU Strategy.

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

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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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