We’re really excited about our new slide technology and the potential it has for creating dynamic, interactive slides with audio and video.
The technology is from the kind folks at iSpring who have collaborated with us to enable us to start producing some great interactive slides for student medical education.
Take a look at our first foray below – it’s a guide to assessing and evaluating back pain.
We have big plans for the future for this – OSCE stations anyone? We feel its an excellent string to our already strong bow of MCQs, video, podcasts and guides. And of course all new content we produce will be available, at no extra cost, to our members.
We would love to hear what you think of it and are open to all of your ideas for developing educational content for medical students. Let us know what you want to see!