From the Xarxa Punt TIC, facilitators are invited to share the survey among the users, as well as to accompany them in their resolution. We explain it to you!

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As part of the IAG-GAS project, the Escola de Salut de l’Hospital Sant Joan de Déu, TIC Salut Social, which is part of the Departament de Salut de la Generalitat de Catalunya, and InneX have drawn up a survey on artificial intelligence and health. The questionnaire, open to all citizens, wants to know perceptions, feelings and opinions about the impact of generative artificial intelligence in the field of health literacy, with the aim of creating a decalogue of good uses. In this context, the facilitators of the Xarxa Punt TIC are invited to share the survey among the users of the Punt TIC, as well as to accompany them in the resolution of possible doubts. In any case, when carrying out the survey, if you do not want to or do not know how to answer a question, you can leave it blank and move on to the next question, since this fact can also be a relevant indicator for the analysis of the driving group of the initiative. In this regard, the survey is anonymous, can be answered in Catalan and Spanish and lasts between five and ten minutes.

From the team driving the questionnaire, it is believed that the survey can be a good starting point for working on artificial intelligence with the users of the Xarxa Punt TIC and it is advisable to make a prior explanation about what it is artificial intelligence or a short hands-on demo with some free-to-access artificial intelligence tool such as GPT Chat before answering the survey to contextualize and introduce generative artificial intelligence. In the explanation of the questionnaire, you can find a simple and clear description that can serve as a resource. At the same time, the Escola de Salut de l’Hospital Sant Joan de Déu, TIC Salut Social and InneX, as driving organizations for this study, are working with nearly a hundred professionals in the field of health, the social world and technopedagogy to continue exploring the interrelationship between artificial intelligence and health. The objective is to reach a consensus on its impact on the health system, on health literacy and on various ethical and trust aspects, which together with citizen participation, will become essential and key to drawing up the decalogue of good practices.

The deadline to answer the survey is next Monday, December 4, at 11.59 p.m.

Those interested in participating can do so at this online link.