The DISH (Digital and Innovation Skills Helix in Health) project, funded by the European Commission’s Erasmus+ programme, started at the end of 2018 and is now coming to an end. In these 3 years of work, the consortium of this project has developed training tools to improve the digital skills of healthcare professionals and benefit patients with various pathologies, improving the quality of healthcare.
To mark the completion of the project, a final online event was held on 26 April, attended by members of the public from different healthcare professions, nurses, doctors, researchers and teachers. In this session, Gertrudis Fornés (Polibienestar Institute of the UVEG), Vicente Traver (ITACA-SABIEN group of the UPV) and Mª Eugenia Gas (Instituto de Investigación Sanitaria La Fe) presented the project and the results obtained. In addition, two guest speakers participated in the session: Olga Navarro (professor and co-author of “invisible nurses”), who spoke about the need for visibility and empowerment of nurses and Carlos Serra (researcher at the Polibienestar Institute), who presented another Erasmus + project focused on the digital literacy of migrants.
All the results of the project will be available on the official project website in the coming weeks. Visit the project website here
You can also access the portfolio of European projects currently managed by the Polibienestar Research Institute of the University of Valencia here