IROHLA project was presented on 26 June at the WHO European Healthy Cities conference in Kuopio....
IROHLA - “Intervention Research On Health Literacy among Ageing population” focuses on improving health literacy for the older people in Europe. It aims to take stock of on-going health literacy programmes and projects. It makes use of knowledge and experience of programmes in other sectors (e.g. private and social sectors) to be applied to the health sector.
The project will identify, validate and present a set of max 20 interventions, which together constitute a comprehensive approach for addressing health literacy needs of the ageing population in Europe.
These interventions will be part of an evidence-based guideline for policy and practice for local, regional and national government authorities to start action. The project involves representatives of the ageing population, academia, all levels of governments, the business community and other stakeholders to ensure that feasibility, usefulness and effectiveness of the selected interventions.
On 17 November 2015, IROHLA will host a conference in Brussels titled Towards Sustainable Health...
Registration for this event in Brussels is open.
IROHLA has won the EAEA Grundtvig Award 2015.
During an event at the European Parliament on 1 July 2015, different stakeholders will discuss...