Our recent work
View a range of our most recent web design and e-learning development work.
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.
Future Reserves Research Programme
The Future Reserves Research Programme is helping to identify and understand issues affecting reservists and regulars around integration.