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?

It means that together, all IC-Health partners have conducted over 40 workshops or other activities with over 500 ordinary citizens. Children, adolescents, pregnant and lactating women, elderly people and people affected with type 1 and type 2 diabetes were all involved in the project. The goal? Improving digital health literacy of course.

The discussions and various activities allowed IC-Health partners to develop MOOC templates that aim to teach how to look for health-related information online. The various groups did not only discuss the content of the courses, but also what structure they should have. Each target group had a preference: sometimes it was videos, other times it was infographics or longer articles. The goal was to create courses that would be as attractive as possible to each population group.

But now, what’s next? Well, the IC-Health partner Tallinn University are now developing 35 MOOCs based on the comments collected during the co-creation activities. As soon as the courses are put together, IC-Health partners will meet again with the same citizens to test the MOOCs and fine-tune them if necessary.

Those final activities will take place in March-April 2018. If you are interested in participating, do not hesitate to contact us. We might have a meeting happening just down your street! Finally, do not forget to follow us on FacebookTwitter and LinkedIn, or subscribe to our newsletter.

One Response

  1. Sherry Reynolds says:

    What are you doing to ensure you address equity and disparity when you co-design solutions? (who isn’t in the room)

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