IDEAHL is a Coordination and Support Action financed by Horizon Europe. It aims at developing and testing new models and approaches of digital health literacy intervention development and application through the co-creation of a comprehensive and inclusive EU digital health literacy Strategy. Its ultimate purpose is the empowerment of EU citizens in using digital tools to take a more active role in the management of their own health.
The Central European Initiative – Executive Secretariat is involved in the co-creation process and will coordinate the sharing of the results of mapping digital health literary research, initiatives, and projects to engage and commit policy makers in supporting the Strategy and develop concrete initiatives. A high-level policy making event was organized to present the Strategy and ensure the support from Member States for its implementation activities.
The European Strategy focusing on health promotion, disease prevention, treatment and self-care is being developed for the benefit of all citizens and will contain its own monitoring & assessment scheme together with a set of indicators to evaluate progress and results.
- Call of Interest for Replicators (Deadline: 30 November 2023)
- Are you a regional or national organisation operating within the healthcare sector in the EU? Are you interested in adopting innovative strategies and solutions to foster digital health literacy and better care for all?
IDEAHL is a Coordination and Support Action financed by Horizon Europe. Through the co-creation of a comprehensive and inclusive EU digital health literacy Strategy, it aims at developing and testing new models and approaches of digital health literacy intervention development and application. The ultimate purpose of the project will be to empower EU citizens in using digital tools to take a more active role in the management of their own health and well-being, as well as supporting social innovations for person-centered care models.
Multiple pilot actions of the Strategy are being piloted in the 10 project countries. From the testing and evaluation of the pilots, IDEAHL will be able to put forward a common EU monitoring model and indicators for dHL levels. Replication actions have been planned to support the scaling-up opportunities for the adoption of the EU strategy and to favor the uptake of project results in the EU and beyond.
This call for 3 replicators is launched offering to interested European organisations specific Help Desk and support by the IDEAHL project consortium to implement dHL actions with their own budget. The call will be open until November 30, 2023.
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