Today I have attended to Catalonia Health Promoting Hospitals Network kick off meeting. This Network, coordinated by Cristina Iniesta, has organised a conference about Health Literacy with Rima Rudd as key speaker. Rima Rudd conference was marvellous. Here comes my notes from the conference: She started talking about income and education as the fundamental axis… Read more »
Posts Categorized: Education
The Spanish Health Minister has published a press release talking about its collaboration with Microsoft to launch Robot Robin, a Windows Live Messenger Assistant that helps young people through the Messenger to resolve doubts about health issues related with sex, pregnancy and alcoholic drinks. It is said that people can add Robin to the personal… Read more »
It has come to my notice that MedlinePlus has a new page on Health Literacy where Health literacy is defined as “the ability to understand health information and to use that information to make good decisions about your health and medical care. Health information can overwhelm even people with advanced literacy skills”. eHealth has been… Read more »
Just two trends done by Blogpulse. Does they mean Digital Natives are interested in International Student Assessment?
I wonder how many social researchers are thinking about The OECD Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA) and Digital Natives – Blog? About The OECD Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA): Are students well prepared for future challenges? Can they analyse, reason and communicate effectively? Do they have the capacity to continue learning throughout life?… Read more »
Juan Freire has saved one bookmark in his delicious an application called Maplecroft Maps Maplecroft maps is a highly visual, web-based resource which contains detailed country information for over 200 states and maps key social, economic, environmental and political issues and their significance to business and society. This innovative tool is designed to raise awareness… Read more »