28.01.2022 – The new EU-funded project E-HEALth Literacy, or short HEAL, had its first online partner meeting on 28th of January 2022 in Zoom. Five partner organizations form Greece, Lithuania, Slovenia, Switzerland and Germany discussed the first steps of the project, that include a desk research, the condution of focus groups and the creation of the blended learning curriculum.
The project E-HEALth Literacy was only in its first phase but the consortium was already enthusiastic about it. During the meeting, that was hosted by Stiftung Digitale Chancen, the five partner organizations paved the way for the desk research of the project and discussed what is going to happen in the next months. A big part of the work will be to involve experts in the field of e-health in order to support the development of the repository and the training kit. A focus group will be conducted in order to assess if and how e-health tool and services are being used and what kind of fears and obstacles still holding people back. The focus group will be carried out on national levels in Greece, Lithuania, Slovenia, Switzerland and Germany as the piloting countries. The results will be summarized in a report which will be published on this website.