The DISH’s Consortium is pleased to launch the online workshop “DISH – Digital skills for the health workforce – European Reference Group first workshop“, which will take place on 30th September 2020 at 14:00 – 15:30 CEST.
The workshop will allow the dissemination of DISH, its objectives, activities, and progress and will be the occasion to engage with the project’s European Reference Group: a network of relevant organisations at European level all committed to the health workforce’s ICT literacy enhancement to meet the challenges resulting from the digital transformation of health and care.
This first project’s workshop with the European Reference Group members, with whom the project will meet three times during its lifecycle, will boost the wide communication and awareness creation coverage of the project and its results at European level and will boost opportunities for transfer and upscaling of DISH’s results.
|14.00 – 14.05||Welcome and greetings George Valiotis, Interim Executive Director, EHMA|
|14.05 – 14.15||‘DISH: solving the needs for digital skills & innovation in the health sector’ by Trine Ungermann Fredskild, Head of Innovation of SHS Hospital in Denmark and Coordinator of the DISH project|
|14.15 – 14.20||‘The health care workers of the future. Synergising DISH and the European Health Policy Platform Thematic Network’ Lucia Medori, Health First Europe|
|14.20 – 14.35||‘Digital skills’ needs for healthcare professionals in the nurses’ sector’ Maria-Teresa Parisotto, Executive Director of the European Specialist Nurses Organisation (ESNO) and DISH European Reference Group Member Q&A with the audience moderated by George Valiotis|
|14.35 – 14.50||‘Introducing the DISH concept when planning & implementing electronic door looks in home care – experiences from Vaksdal Municipality in Norway’ – Case Study Therese Oppegaard, Project Manager of VALIDE and DISH Consortium Partner Q&A with the audience moderated by George Valiotis|
|14.50 – 15.05||‘Public health digitalisation in Europe: the Italian case study’ Anna Odone, European Public Health Association (EUPHA) and DISH European Reference Group Member Q&A with the audience moderated by George Valiotis|
|15.05 – 15.20||‘The beneficiaries speak about the DISH tools in Germany’ – Case Study Susanne Krotsetis, Researcher at University Hospital Schleswig-Holstein (UKSH) and DISH Consortium Partner Q&A with the audience moderated by George Valiotis|
|15.20 – 15.25||Closing remarks |
Trine Ungermann Fredskild, Head of Innovation of SHS Hospital in Denmark and Coordinator of the DISH project
George Valiotis, Interim Executive Director, EHMA