The iHERE project supports the digital literacy of disadvantaged, vulnerable social groups regarding the digital health services. The iHERE project includes 8 partners (EhB, PROLEPSIS, RESET, UVEG, AKADEMIE KLAUSENHOF, TUCEP, XPCSA, CSI) from 6 European countries (Belgium, Cyprus, Germany, Greece, Italy, Spain).
The main aim of iHERE project is the direct access of the social vulnerable groups into health care and services through the familiarization with specialized digital tools in order for health impovement, disease prevention, medication adherence in a meaningful way and through the provision of needs and gaps tailored tools and training (innovative approaches and digital toolkit). Existing problems hampering the regular function of the health sector (pandemic COVID-19) in combination with the financial obstacles of the disadvantaged, vulnerable social groups (e.g. refugees, migrants, groups at risk of exclusion or poverty) intensify the need for the project implementation.
The project main objectives are:
the providing of medical care in developing countries
the ensure of the access to health care services
the elimination of bureaucratic procedure and social exclusion and the creation of customer service offices in order to information these groups about healthcare issues
The project addresses adult education trainers, public servants, relative professionals, community leaders, NGOs members, vulnerable and disadvantaged groups.
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