We are delighted to be working with 8 pilot sites from the Spring of 2022 as part of the national Health and Digital Literacy Partnership.
East of England
Suffolk: Health Click Haverhill
Focused on local community in Haverhill, with enhanced health information offer in town library and outreach to key groups.
Norfolk: Digital Health Hub – Easy Read Provision
Extending existing Digital Health Hub to provide Easy-Read shared decision-making tools.
Birmingham, Solihull and Black Country: BASE Health Literacy Trainer
Contribution to costs of Health Literacy Trainer to work with staff, patients and local community organisations
Shropshire: Your Health Admin
Design of Your Health Admin toolkit for Shropshire residents, and upskilling of library staff to become Digital Health Champions using Digital Unite training package
Staffordshire: Be Your Health
Co-design of health and digital literacy actions with 16-25 year olds, including resource kits, community outreach and use of social media
North and East Yorkshire
Leeds: Health Literacy Within Library Based Digital Health Hubs
Employing additional (0.5) librarian to extend role of digital health hubs including developing digital champions and resources on learning platform
Lancashire: Addressing Low Health & Digital Literacy Across Lancashire
Development of online health information hub, and cascading health literacy training to public library staff.
Somerset: WHAT IF – Wellbeing, Health & Technology Information for All
Creation of Digital Health Hubs in libraries in Taunton and Yeovil, including digital health volunteers and loan of designated health iPads.
Page last reviewed: 31 January 2022
Next review due: 31 January 2022