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Where Science Meets Instructional Design
Light bulb in human hand, b&w.
03 Aug 2022
When we were challenged by one of our clients to teach learners how to read and understand clinical trial data, we borrowed the graphical abstract concept and we used it in a non-traditional way. Graphical abstracts (sometimes called visual abstracts) were first introduced on Twitter in 2016. They were designed to accompany the submission of full text papers to visually convey the essential points of the paper and to promote the research. ...more
Communique Award 2022
03 Aug 2022
We’re thrilled to announce that our educational programme – FOP: Recognition, Treatment and Hope – won the Communiqué award for Excellence in Professional Education Programmes last night! The judges’ commented that our programme impressed with its ‘remarkable results and truly global engagement that achieved [our] aim to raise awareness of such a rare and devastating disease.’ You can view more about what made our program stand out at the Communique Awards site. ...more
08 Apr 2022
Are you overlooking the influence of DOLs? This is the first in a 2-part series interviewing digital opinion leaders (DOLs) in clinical care about their evolving influence on the medical landscape. We start the series with an interview with Dr. Khoi Than (@KhoiThanMD on Twitter). ...more
Business professionals attending business conference, networking, busy, discussion, collaboration
15 Nov 2021
The anticipation was palpable as we embarked on our first in-person conference since the start of the pandemic. We couldn’t pass on the opportunity to celebrate the community and inspiration the LTEN meeting delivers year after year. That alone is worth the price of admission, but this year there was much more to celebrate. ...more