Who we are

MedEdCases app was designed, developed and created by the highly experienced and award winning e-Learning Unit (eLU) at St George’s, University of London and iBoss Solutions, a web and mobile-based services development company. Both the teams have put together tremendous effort in making the initial concept to a reality by developing this full-fledged product. eLU was established in 2005 to deliver a high quality e-Learning experience to medical and healthcare students, and to create first class research and development groups, focussed chiefly on innovation and international collaboration in the field of VPs. MedEdCases not only is in line with the eLU mission for the learners of today but also has a view to cater for the needs of the next generation of students. Use the link below to see more projects and achievements from the e-learning unit. http://www.elu.sgul.ac.uk/
IBOSS is an IT solutions company who have vast experience in the delivery of online and mobile applications within the medical arena. IBOSS have medical professionals within their workforce; this enables them to understand the needs of a scientific or medical institution such as SGUL and accurately translate their needs from concept to a functional IT solution, avoiding a ‘lost in translation’ situation. More details about the developers and the company iBoss Solutions, can be found here: http://www.ibossolutions.co.uk/index.php
MedEdCases app would not have been complete without the support and advice from Rachel Ellaway from Northern Ontario School of Medicine. We would like ot thank her for her outstanding work in the development of the OpenLabyrinthVP system. It was her initial idea which led to us developing this light mobile version of a branching VP system.eLU would like to thank Jonathan Round for his contribution to VP development, training workshops and authoring VPs along with acknowledging the other VP authors, Alex Highton, Sophie Vaughan, Tristan Bate, Michael Fitzpatrick, Tim Green Imran Qureshi and other SGUL academics.The teams would also like to acknowledge the work of the MedBiquitous consortium, eViP Programme and also Decision Simulationfor their important contribution to virtual patient dissemination.