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Russ Sawchuk

Hi Adam,

Over the past few years, we have using StoryLine to develop courses, tutorials and games for nursing education. You can see examples of learning resources we have developed here.

You may also wish to check out the Research Reports in the Library section where we have documented some of our experiences.

Best of success,


Linda Lorenzetti

Hey Adam, I make mostly health & safety elearning, but a lot of it is for the medical field.  

You should go to the eACH conference in Toronto (elearning Alliance of Canadian Hospitals).  It happens every summer.  You will meet many of your peers and the seminars are geared to hospitals.  They even have a competition where people share the great ideas that they've come up with for their courses.  David Anderson is usually there too.  Here's the website: http://eachconference.ca/ 

Deepak G

Hi Adam,

We did develop a micro-learning portal for a pharma client to train their sales team on product training. The way we did is, we use to create quick learning decks and share with them on a regular basis.

These decks were in the form of case studies. They would take around 5-10 minutes to complete. Since their sales team was on the move always, they use to love these small doses of edutainment. It worked with them.

Give it a try!