Ludor Engineering is a partner in the project EUcare4.0 - Health 4.0 training to boost digital transformation of EU healthcare sector, funded by the European Union’s ERASMUS+ programme, KA220-VET - Cooperation partnerships in vocational education and training.

The main objective of the project is to support the digital transformation of EU healthcare by contributing to the development of the digital skills, competences and knowledge needed for efficiently applying and using the Health 4.0 principles and underlying technologies in the mental health sector.

It will do it  through developing the following Project Results:

R1. Introducing Health 4.0 to mental health specialists: a publication designed to provide VET teachers/trainers/mentors and mental health specialists with relevant knowledge about Health 4.0 and its underlying technologies applicable in the mental health sector.
R2. EUcare4.0 modular training components: an innovative curricula and relevant course content focusing on Health 4.0 and its underlying technologies applicable in the mental health sector.
R3. EUcare4.0 e-learning space: an innovative learning place allowing for flexible access to the developed training resources. It includes:
 - Introducing Health 4.0 to mental health specialists
 - A set of case studies about Health 4.0
 - EUcare4.0 modular training modules
 - EUcare4.0 trainer guidelines
 - Evaluation and certification tools

All results will be available as Open Educational Resources (OER) in 5 languages (EN, FR, ES, RO, EE).

Target groups: The primary target groups of the EUcare4.0 project are VET trainers that deliver various trainings to mental health specialists. The secondary target group are mental health specialists such as psychiatrists, psychiatric nurse practitioners, psychologists, social workers, and counsellors.

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The European Commission's support for the production of this publication does not constitute an endorsement of the contents, which reflect the views only of the authors, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein. Project number: 2021-1-FR01-KA220-VET-000024860.