Our recent work
View a range of our most recent web design and e-learning development work.
Vote 100 hybrid exhibition
New hybrid exhibition celebrating a centenary of women’s suffrage now open at the Main Library and online.
ECAS research project website
The ECAS is a brief multidomain assessment originally designed for people with Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS/Motor Neurone Disease) but is also useful in other neurodegenerative disorders.
Life After Cardiac Arrest
Chest Heart & Stroke Scotland in partnership with The University of Edinburgh launch website providing advice and support for people affected by out of hospital cardiac arrests.
HEARTe: Out of Hospital Cardiac Arrest
The latest module to be added to the HEARTe resource: "Out of Hospital Cardiac Arrest: A Resource for Responders".
A new inflammation and immunology schools resource.
Interactive HTML5 content for EdWeb
Bespoke HTML5 interactives add enhanced functionality and visual design to EdWeb articles.
Interactive Content team receive BMA commendations
Two e-learning resources created within Learning, Teaching and Web Services have been highly commended in the BMA Patient Information Awards 2016.
STARs Module: Sensitive and effective conversations
18th e-learning module added to free STARs healthcare resource: "Sensitive and effective conversations at end-of-life care after acute stroke".
FutureMS research website
FutureMS is a Scotland-wide research study for people recently diagnosed with MS. Using clinical exams, brain imaging & genetics to try to predict severity.
CHSS self-management websites
This summer the Interactive Content team simultaneously launched two national healthcare websites, the latest in a long-established partnership with Chest Heart & Stroke Scotland.
HIV/AIDS online resources for teachers
This website contains educational resources that are based on the UNESCO-recognised HIV and AIDS collections held by Lothian Health Services Archive (LHSA)
HEARTe free cardiac learning resource
Health professionals across Scotland have welcomed HEARTe, the first comprehensive, web-based, free training programme for all health and social care staff caring for people with heart disease.