NoRumourHealth presents a learning platform for helping the elderly to detect health misinformation

NoRumourHealth presents a learning platform for helping elderly to detect health misinformation NoRumourHealth consortium presents a learning platform to allow older people to detect false health information. The learning resources are now available in English and, over the next few months, they will also be in Spanish, Polish and Greek. NoRumourHealth project aims to offer … Read more

Welcome to the decade of healthy ageing!

Welcome to the decade of Healthy Ageing! For 30 years, October 1 has been the international day of the elderly. This year, in addition, has been inaugurated the decade of healthy ageing. A period in which the World Health Organization (WHO), in collaboration with international entities such as the UN, will promote initiatives at different … Read more

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During the COVID-19 pandemic we have been exposed to an avalanche of information, not always true, which has caused many people to feel incapable of differentiating between verified and evidence-based information and erroneous, misleading or doubtful information.

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NoRumourHealth will launch a virtual community

a mobile application

From NoRumourHealth, we want to be an active part of the empowerment of the elderly to take decisions related to their health. We are back again, present in the social media to introduce you to all of our progress on this project and help you to think critically through the messages you are receiving.

The Erasmus+ project No Rumour Health will help elder to fight health misinformation

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On December 13th, 2019, the kick-off meeting of the adult education Erasmus + Project No Rumour Health was held at the Faculty of Philology, Translation and Communication of the University of Valencia. The main objective of this project is to help older people differentiate whether the news they collect through social media is fake or true. Members from the four institutions participating in No Rumour Health gathered together last month to discuss the main points to progress in unison for the correct development of the project.

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