The event brought together leading experts and researchers from Europe and Australia to explore the landscape of digital health literacy in their countries, shedding light on the challenges, innovations, and global initiatives transforming the intersection of healthcare and digital literacy.
Leaders in digital health from across Europe and Australia gathered to discuss transformation in health in their countries.
It was part of the IDEAHL – Improving Digital Empowerment for Active Healthy Living project, aimed at co-creating a comprehensive and inclusive EU digital health literacy strategy.
Among the presentations was an in-depth look at the Global Atlas of Literacies for Health, an online visualisation tool for teaching, research, practice and policy making in health care. Visit: rmit.eu/galh
Monday’s seminar was a chance for experts to gather, listen, learn and network. Made possible due to a collaboration with Universitat Oberta de Catalunya‘s eHealth Centre, allowing us to host it in their beautiful Barcelona campus. We also worked with the Spanish Health Literacy Network.
Also important was the input of our speakers, Charlotte Brun Thorup, Cristina Barrufet González, Diana Schack Thoft, Gabriela Irrazabal, Giada Cocchetto, Laura Pruneda González, Montse Moharra, Pablo Alegre, Eulàlia Hernández Encuentra and Kerryn Butler-Henderson.