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Got-IT Talks

Starting September 1st, a series of webinars will be produced by the Got-IT project. 

We are looking forward to welcome you to join us on discussions on topics about digital health, co-creation and tools for empowerment – and maybe ask a question too! 

Every Wednesday in 2021 between 16.00-17.00 CET we welcome an expert in the wide field of digital futures to explore their experiences and connect views and ideas for a better digital development and wellbeing in our everyday lives. 
Join us via: or register your seat here: 

Schedule for the Got-IT talks: 

September 1 Professor Nick Guldemond – Navigating a Digital World

September 8 Georg Aumayr, JOAFG – Network analysis – how to interpret networks

September 15 Andreas Dam, Daman – Next Level Digital Development

September 22 Carolien Smits, Pharos – Data Visualization – do’s and don’ts

September 29 Carina Dantas, SHINE 2 Europa – Towards an Age-Friendly EU

October 6 Lex van Velsen, RRD – Guideline Development – considerations and challenges

October 13 Irmgard Wetzstein, University of Vienna – How to Communicate Risk & Health Digitally

October 20 Nicolaj Holm Faber, DCHE – Nurturing User Expectations as Investment

October 27 Anders Tunold-Hanssen, Nordic Interoperability Project – Integrating User Needs in Design & Development

November 3 Geraldine Fitzpatrick, TUW – Surviving everyday health technologies

November 10 Therese Kjellerup Thorstholm,; Designing – and delivering - national solutions

November 17 Danielle Drachmann, The Danish Committee for Health Education

November 24 Dr. Anne Reif, Technische Universität Braunschweig – Building trust via digital health communication

December 1 Yvonne Prinzellner, JOAFG – Digital Literacy for 2030

December 8 Orkan Okan, Technical University of Munich –The future and fusion of health literacy and digital skills

December 15 Gözde Briggs, European Patients’Forum – Insights from the Gravitate Health project



Got-IT survey & workshops: Looking for eHealth developers and designers

User-centric design has a proven track-record. Yet patient involvement in healthcare - and in development of digital tools too - can sometimes be elusive. Especially if your users start out with a low digital literacy.

The goal here is not simply to educate the users to understand. Nor discourage developers from a tiring, confusing process of adaption without a validated process. But to bridge the needs of developers to find good, practical solutions for technical solutions and the needs for users to simply have great tools, designed for usability and effect.

A new guideline?
The AAL Got-IT project aims to build a guideline for developers on user involvement, allowing developers to outline and streamline the user involvement phase, but also strengthen the documentation of the user feedback and fitness for purpose. The end goal is to help digital developers to get a better market uptake and less transactional, administrative burdens - while also increasing the efficacy and satisfaction from end-users too.

We therefore hope you will share your views on and experiences with user involvement, when developing tools for users with low digital literacy.


Via a questionnaire, we would like to assess how eHealth develoeprs currently deal with the issue of low eHealth literacy. For this survey, we are looking for eHealth developers and desginers. Completing this survey will take approximately 15 minutes. After the analyses of results, we will distribute a free overview of the results on our social media channels (LinkedIn, Twitter) and here on our website.

Please find the link to the survey here:

Workshops During the development of the Got-IT toolkit, we will work together in co-creation sessions with our end-users: developers and designers of eHealth applications. Therefor, we are looking for participants. If you are interested in getting involved, please reach out to us via