Virtual Clinic for Scholars to Learn Otolaryngology
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Learn ENT

We helped Canadian Society of
Otolaryngology standardize education

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Secure collaborative platform for
ENT practitioners to collaborate with medical
students, residents and faculty members.

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LearnENT needed to be easily manageable, secure collaborative platform as it was used
by medical students, residents, and faculty members across Canadian universities. The client
asked us to create a virtual clinic where scholars can learn Otolaryngology through video
lectures, discuss case studies, give exams and assess their performance.

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Technology Stack.

  • Objective C

    Objective C

  • PHP

    PHP

  • MySQL

    MySQL

What we did.

TechAhead developed a centralized platform for Canadian Society of Otolaryngology.
Medical students, residents, and faculty members can manage video lectures, submit case
studies, set and evaluate exams, and evaluate assessment reports. We also designed and
developed LearnENT iOS app which can be used to learn Otolaryngology on the Go.

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Evaluate Your Skills

We created assessment solution for LearnENT,
to be used by the students to evaluate themselves
on Otolaryngology, review clinical cases on ENT,
oral cavity, nasolaryngoscopy etc.

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Quick Search Video Library

We developed in built search engine – “Quick Search”,
which help students and resident doctors quickly and
easily search across LearnENT’s video content library
of surgical procedures.

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Multiple Choice Question

Students, Resident doctors can assess their
knowledge using multiple choice questions,
interactive drag and drop quizzes, image
based diagnostic questions etc.

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LearnENT is an extremely useful resource
to quickly reference and learn about the
basics of otolaryngology.

Jay Agarwal iMedicalApps.com

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