QEVLAR, the first web and mobile cross-platform Evaluation and Learning Assessment Application is set to become the point of reference for residents looking to improve their medical imaging diagnostics skills. IMAIOS expects to launch QEVLAR mid-August.
QEVLAR is a next generation quizapplication. It is an interactive and living app that will allow medical imaging students to track, test and share their progress.
Once the QEVLAR application is installed, residents can download beginner to expert level Question Bundles to match their needs from the QEVLAR Store.
Coinciding with the move to mobile and e-learning, IMAIOS is way ahead of the competition for anticipating digital switch within the medical education system.
The 1st Question Bundle (Radcore: Radiology core competencies bundle) is currently in its final phase of development. QEVLAR Radcore Question Bundle has been developed in partnership with Harlan B. Harvey, MD, JD and Rahul A. Sheth, MD of Massachusetts General Hospital.
IMAIOS CEO, Denis Hoa says:
"QEVLAR is making learning a game, residents can compete against themselves and others. It's also in tune with today's way of life. You can start a QEVLAR quiz on your PC at Uni and finish it on your mobile while riding back home. It's addictive! Some of the features are also unique to our system but this will be unveiled at launch in August"
IMAIOS is the brainchild of two young French radiologists, Denis Hoa and Antoine Micheau.
During their radiology residency, they set themselves to bridge the gap between the teaching material, end-user technology and student communication habits.
Starting from being residents at a hospital and dreaming of a truly interactive tool to learn from, their idea transformed itself in just under 5 years into a worldwide leading educational e-learning business. It is now used by a large share of medical imaging diagnostics students and experts.
Denis Hoa and Antoine Micheau now head one of the most innovative companies on the market.
2008: IMAIOS' first product e-Anatomy was launched (interactive atlas of human anatomy).Today,it counts over 182 000 registered users worldwide and over 100 organizationsare using the platform including (Tripler Army Medical Center -USA-, University of Otago Library-New Zealand-, University of Miami -USA-)
2012: e-Cases(collaborative radiology cases database including educational topical channels), is already drawing interest from the leading brands on the market to reach out to tomorrows' decision makers and end users.
2013: QEVLAR, the first web and mobile cross-platform Evaluation and Learning Assessment Application is set to become the point of reference for residents looking to improve their medical imaging diagnostics skills. IMAIOS expects to launch QEVLAR mid-August.
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