The Erasmus+ DISH project

SAVE THE DATE! DISH at the Interprofessional Education for Capacity Building in Digital Health webinar Thursday November 19, 2020 at 2pm-3pm CET

Organized by the European Federation for Medical Informatics and the European Society for Emergency Medicine, the webinar aims to reflect on the educational instruments needed to build capacity in digital health in Europe with acceleration of digitization in the health and social care sector.

ECHAlliance, represented by Natalia Allegretti,  will update on progress of the DISH project initiative supported by the ERASMUS+ Programme and on the EUHPP Thematic Network Joint Statement on profiling and training the healthcare workers of the future. EFMI will present its EFMI Accreditation and Certification (AC2) Programme. The aspects of mobility, collaboration and exchange in the field of life-long interprofessional education across Europe will be highlighted as EFMI and EUSEM will discuss their strategic plans for cooperation in the area of education as a way of supporting the recommendations of the upcoming the joint statement on profiling and training the healthcare workers of the future.

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Opening remarks: Catherine Chronaki (HL7 Europe), Vice-President EFMI

Opening Keynote: The changing education landscape in digital health in Germany and across Europe: the role of EFMI. Alfred Winter, Secretary EFMI, President GMDS

Panel: Reflecting on educational initiatives in digital health: State of Play across Europe

Natalia Allegretti (ECHAlliance) reflects on the EUHPP Thematic Network ‘Profiling and training the healthcare workers of the future’ and on the Erasmus+ ‘DISH – Digital & Innovation Skills Helix in Health’ project.

John Mantas (EFMI) reflects on the EFMI Accreditation and Certification (AC2) Programme and the survey of BMHI programmes in Europe.

Luis Garcia Castrillo Riesgo (EUSEM) addresses interprofessional education speaking on the work of the European Society of Emergency Medicine (EUSEM) with EFMI on chief complaint and minimal data sets.

Discussion will follow engaging the audience

Closing remarks: Catherine Chronaki (HL7 Europe), Vice-President EFMI