IC-Health makes the news in Italy!

On 11th February 2018, representatives from the four italian partners of IC-Health, CCM – Centro Collaborazione Medica, Centro Nazionale delle Ricerche, Meyer Hospital and University of Udine, had the chance to present the project on the pages of one of the most important italian newspapers, ‘Il Corriere della Sera‘. Read More »

Key Findings of Co-creation Activities

All IC-Health co-creation activities have been conducted with the aim to improve pre-defined skills that were deemed crucial to digital health literacy, namely find, understand, appraise and apply. Those four skills, which will also be the basis for all MOOCs, should help citizens to look for good-quality health-related information online.  Read More »

Updates on IC-Health co-creation activities… What’s next?

It is official: with February rolling in, all IC-Health partners have conducted their first (and sometimes second) co-creation activities with their different target groups. What does it mean concretely? Read More »

Digital Health Literacy explained for and by German elderly people

IC-Health partner Scanbalt Forening conducted a series of workshops with more than twenty German elderly people between November 2017 and January 2018.

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Co-creation workshop together with Belgian elderly people

IC-Health partner EHMA – European Health Management Association has conducted a series of workshops with Belgian elderly people to try and improve the way they look for health-related information online. The discussions were very active and allowed for great ideas to be exchanged. Read More »

Annual General Assembly in Las Palmas, Gran Canaria

IC-Health partners met in Las Palmas, Gran Canaria on 1st December 2017 and held the first General Assembly of the project. The event was held at the premises of the Health Service of the Government of Canary Islands and was organised by Consulta Europa, with the support of the project coordinator. Each work package leader presented the work that had been carried so far, and what the next steps will be.

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Co-creating MOOCs with children and adolescents

IC-Health co-creation process continues all around Europe, this time with children and adolescents. IC-Health partners Meyer Children’s Hospital organised a co-creation session on 25th November with children and adolescents, while Comitato Collaborazione Medica also conducted a session with adolescents on 13th November.

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Discover the IC-Health Newsletter!

The IC-Health Consortium is happy to share with you the first issue of our project newsletter, released on the 30th October 2017. On a quarterly basis, we will wrap up the core findings of IC-Health, providing you with key information, insights into our co-creation activites, and much more.

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IC-Health also focuses on patients with diabetes at ISPAD 2017

In the last few weeks, IC-Health partners have been very busy dissemination as much as possible the work that is being carried all across Europe to improve digital health literacy among citizens, and that is great news.

Barbara Piccini from Meyer Children’s Hospital in Italy has participated and represented the IC-Health consortium at the 43rd Annual Conference of the International Society for Pediatric and Adolescent Diabetes. The conference, which was held in Innsbruck between 18th October and 21st October 2017, was organised by the International Society for Pediatric and Adolescent Diabetes (ISPAD). Read More »

Spotlight on IC-Health at the eHealth Forum 2017 in Athens

The IC-Health partners Alessia Montanari (CCM) and Yowali Kabamba (EHMA) participated and represented the consortium at the eHealth Forum in Athens between 19th October and 21st October 2017.

The conference was dedicated to tracking and promoting innovative stakeholders and continuous developments, in the digital health sector, from across the world. It was organized as an exhibition fair, and most of the exhibitions had stands of software houses and start-ups developing e-health technologies. Most of them were Greek.

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