Our experienced eLearning team consists of a business analyst, an instructional designer, and a number of talented web design and development experts. We actively and ambitiously maintain a dynamic project portfolio that includes (alphabetically):
A collaborative development initiative between Queen’s University and numerous other schools around the world that allows teachers, learners and curriculum managers a simple way of accessing, interacting, and managing the curriculum within their educational environment.
Common Physician Credentialing System
An electronic credentialing system that supports the requirements of Kingston Health Sciences Centre, Providence Care, Ongwanada, Brockville General Hospital, Lennox and Addington General Hospital, Perth and Smith Falls General Hospital, Quinte Health Care and Queen’s University, School of Medicine. This system effectively and securely facilitates the sharing of data for credential and reporting purposes between these partner organizations.
Continuing Professional Development Program Centre
An office and program management suite with significant administrative components, and learner self-serve features. This highly flexible web-based application facilitates all aspects of Continuing Medical Education program development, implementation, delivery, and tracking.
eLearning Module Library
Creation and maintenance of over 300 online learning modules and virtual patients. We do this in conjunction with the many internationally recognized faculty members, and educational developers that work within the Faculty of Health Sciences at Queen’s University. These eLearning resources are used throughout the medical, nursing, and rehabilitation therapy curriculum.
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Health Sciences Admissions
A complex web-based application that aims to handle all of the complexities of our Undergraduate Medical and Rehabilitation Therapy admissions processes.
Medical Trainee Data (MTD) Collection System
The Ontario Ministry of Health and Long Term Care requires medical schools in the province of Ontario to collect and report all Clerk and Resident hospital-based activity on a quarterly basis to the Ontario Physician Human Resources Data Centre (OPHRDC). Queen’s University is responsible for reporting this information for 13 hospitals in our region, and we write and maintain the software that facilitates this process.