MULTILEARNING’s 14 years of experience in the field of online medical education has allowed the delivery of both linear and interactive educational components (such as educational webcasts, learning quizzes, ePosters, Online Accredited courses, Online Curricula/Certification, Live Streaming with questions to panel, Video Techniques/Surgeries Recording and Publishing,…) and understand specialists’ self-paced online learning behaviour like no others.

In 2011, MULTILEARNING has released LiverLearning® for the American Association for the Study of Liver Diseases (AASLD), its first eLearning Platform made specifically for medical societies. It then became the first company worldwide with the ability to deliver and centralize 100% of eLearning projects a medical society may populate, combined with all materials digitized from its events and congresses. Today, above 30 medical societies worldwide are using one of the MULTIEPORTAL Platforms to host, organize, centralize and publish online educational materials and activities on a yearly basis.

Example of an eLearning Portal launched for a US Based Medical Society:

LiverLearning® - The official eLearning Portal of the American Association for the Study of Liver Diseases (AASLD)

LiverTree™- The official eLearning Portal of the European Association for the Study of the Liver (EASL)

“The launch of LiverTree™ during our International Liver Congress™ has been a phenomenal success on site and since this is an educational benefit only given to our members, we had the pleasure to welcome more than 350 new members on site during the congress. We strongly feel that LiverTree™ will have a much greater impact than expected on our society”, says Grégoire Pavillon, Executive Director of EASL.

Example of an eLearning Portal launched for International Medical Society:

SIU Academy- The official eLearning Portal of the Société Internationale d’Urologie (SIU)

“The launch of SIU Academy is a tremendous feat and will undoubtedly be very positive for the SIU and its members. This huge project was realized in 7 months and this would never have happened without the guidance and support we received from MULTILEARNING, a heartfelt thank you.-Susie” Susie Petrusa – Industry Relations – SIU Central Office

Examples of eLearning Portals launched for European based Medical Associations:

The ESRA Academy - The official eLearning Portal of the European Society of Regional Anaesthesia and Pain Therapy (ESRA)

“The structure of this eLearning portal has been set according to the educational objectives ESRA had in mind. This virtual library I have designed is tailor-made for associations and structured like a real library. The concept of being able to do a search is surpassed by the ability to instantly retrieve specific materials. Users are now exposed to material meeting their learning needs within seconds. It’s straight to the point, combines all possible types of content, and materials are structured according to the association’s own scientific topics with the ability to absorb unlimited new levels of content over the years without affecting users’ experience. The same applies to LiverLearning® , the official eLearning portal of the American Association for the Study of Liver Diseases (AASLD).” Joel-Zvi Chetzroni, CEO, MULTILEARNING Group Inc. 

Example of an eLearning Portal launched for a National Medical Society:

ADHD Learning - The official eLearning Portal of the Canadian ADHD Resource Alliance (CADDRA):

“CADDRA is proud for the opportunity to work collaborative with the MULTILEARNING Group Team and its CEO on our E-Learning Portal. They were able to make accommodations tailored to our needs; this was extremely important to us particularly for the benefit of our end users. The end product (its interface, functionality, and more) is professional! We are satisfied with and proud to confidently share it with our stakeholders and medical communities. Our product development, its execution and delivery was within scope. Our E-learning Portal launch was on 1st March 2013! It is a pleasure working with you.” Dr. Carol-Anne Sullivan, Executive Director, CADDRA