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The COVID-19 pandemic showed the enormous scope for mutual learning and the importance of sharing knowledge or updating skills to save lives and achieve better health outcomes. The right skills are also essential to mobilise resources in crisis situations. In addition, the access to continuous professional training is one of the most important motivation factors for the health workforce, and equips them with necessary skills to save lives and improve health outcomes.

This action will address shortages in access to continuous and professional development and training for health professionals (CPD) and it will increase opportunities for training for non-clinical staff working on health planning, procurement and management. This will contribute to the transformation of health systems including digital health solutions.

The training courses will also pay due attention to the digital dimension and will strengthen the digital literacy and use of digital health tools by the health workforce. Investing in digital skills of health workforce enables the safe and effective use of approved latest digital technologies developments, as the recent OECD analysis highlights.

Deadline date: 24 May 2022 17:00:00 Brussels time


Opportunity Details

Target audience
Digital skills for the labour force.
Digital technology / specialisation
Digital skill level
Geographic scope - Country
Industry - field of education and training
Health not elsewhere classified
Geographical sphere
EU institutional initiative
Form of funding
Financing intermediary
HaDEA- Health and Digital Executive Agency of the European Commission