The Digi4H Final Conference, took place on Friday 18th March 2022, was a free event that provided attendees with all the skills they need to teach and understand digital technology in highly evolved healthcare systems. The conference was held in the Cultural Center at the European University Cyprus. The main aim of the Digi4H (A Digital VET Toolkit for Promoting the 4th Industrial Revolution in the European Health Sector) project is to develop a novel digital toolkit by which European VET Trainers and health sector mentors can reach out and assist healthcare professionals to catch up with technologies of the 4th Industrial Revolution. The Final Conference provided an overview of the current state of play of digital technology and skills in Europe, an overview and demonstration of the Digi4H toolkit and discussions around future digital skills and technology with an international panel of speakers.

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The meeting will be held on Friday 18th March 2022. The programme consists of the project consortium along with local and international speakers:

09:00 Welcome Coffee, Registration  

Welcome Address

Prof. Elizabeth Johnson, European University Cyprus

INHWE, Cyprus
09:45 Background to Health 4.0

MECB, Malta

10:00 Augmented & Virtual Reality Case-Studies KAINOTOMIA, Greece
10:30 Coffee Break


11:00 Demonstation of the Digi4H e-Learning Platform UBP Camis, Romania
11:30 The Digi4H Toolkit Kaunas STP, Lithuania

Roundtable: Future Digital Skills for the Health Workforce

Dr. Vasiliki Danilatou, European University Cyprus
Ms. Maria Chionis, University of Athens
Dr. Eszter Kovács, Semmelweis University
Dr. Valia Kalaitzi, Maastricht University

INHWE, Cyprus
13:00 Networking Lunch  
14:00 Close  





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Erasmus+ Project No. 2019-1-MT01-KA202-051203 funded by EUPA Malta and Coordinated by MECB Ltd