The project iHeal, co-funded by Erasmus+ KA2 Strategic Partnerships in the field of adult education, aims to create a training programme to facilitate elderly people’s access to electronic health services. The project proses the design and development of an inclusive, interactive and user-friendly digital platform to equip and improve digital health literacy for the elder European population (50+).
The project involves the development of an innovative information technology tool, its associated services, the dissemination of results on pedagogical practices for quality lifelong learning. This tool, namely an educational online platform, supported with an application, will be distinguished by its attractiveness and high accessibility through the internet. Our network’s background and experience with digital health literacy learning and action, communication, creativity, problems solving, collaboration, visioning, experimentation as well as our cutting-edge information technology experts could greatly sustain the design and development of this transformative, participatory learning enviroment as well as expand the prospects of digitally mediated social interaction for sustainable learning in the future.
-Provide tailored made tools and training to ageing populations with the aim of improving digital health literacy (the appraisal of digital health information and its use to improve health outcomes).
-Understand and map the needs in relation to digital health literacy of elder (50+) EU Citizens.
-Improve health literacy on non-communicable disease prevention, medication adherence.
ACTIONS / OUTPUTS
-Transnational Digital Health Literacy Ecosystem Mapping and Methodological Framework.
-Curriculum, Storyboards and Contents.
-Interactive Web platform, learning environment, applications and digital learning tools.
-Pilot Testing Implementations Transnational Report.
-Design and Development of Training Adaptation Toolkit.
-Adequate health literacy and wellbeing learning and the provision of associated values, attitudes and behaviours in adult groups.
-New form of information literacy in order to stimulate active participation in modern society.
-The exchange of good practices between network partners and organizations active in the field of adult education in EU.