Final Partner Meeting in Berlin

The project is coming to an end and so the last partner meeting of the E-HEALth Literacy project took place on 12 and 13 October 2023. This time, the partner organisations met in Berlin, Germany at the project coordinator’s office. The Digital Opportunities Foundation welcomed representatives from IASIS (Greece) and RIAP (Lithuania) on site. Representatives […]

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New training opportunities for healthcare professionals and digital skills experts

Today nobody is being surprised to see a smartwatch or bracelet that measures steps or pulse on people’s wrists. Different health apps for healthier and more active life are being installed in almost every person’s smartphone. Hundreds of new websites, social media accounts, and groups are being created every day for the health-related purposes. New

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A need for e-health guides

The digital transformation has influenced and changed all areas of society. One of the areas still in transition is the healthcare. From tracking and managing health data to online diagnosis, e-health developments are gradually entering our lives. The Covid 19 pandemic showed how useful tracking apps are in containing the spread of a virus. And the

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Second Partner Meeting in Athens

14.09.2022 – The second project meeting of E-HEALth Literacy took place in Greece’s vibrant capital Athens from the 12th till the 13th of September 2022. The five partner organisations from Greece, Germany, Lithuania, Slovenia and Switzerland came together for two days to discuss the progress of the first semester of the project as well as determine the upcoming

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Doctor uses digital media

Focus Group Report

As part of the E-HEALth Literacy project, the current context and use of e-health sevices by professionals, insurances and the public were explored by conducting focus groups in Greece, Germany, Lithuania, Slovenia and Switzerland. The focus groups were aimed at receiving insights from health policy experts, representatives of the competent ministry, application developers, non-governmental organizations

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Project HEAL in Switzerland

According to the European Commission eHealth Action Plan 2012-2020, one of the main barriers to the development of e-health is the lack of awareness, confidence and skills to find, understand and appraise online health information – and apply this knowledge to make their health decisions, as well to trust e-health solutions. Since, HEAL’s objective is

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Focus group in Greece

Within the framework of the Erasmus+ HEAL program, a focus group was held, in which mental health professionals were asked about their experience regarding the use of information and communication technologies. Results indicated that while Greece has made considerable progress in the use of ICT in the field of mental health in recent years, it

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