Digital tools are changing what is possible. They continue to enhance the ways we can deliver healthcare, collaborate on research and share knowledge.
88% of adults have cellphones, 53% of them are smartphones (Pew Internet, 2012). Mobile devices are critical for any digital content strategy and have tremendous opportunity to impact health, healthcare and education.
Education & Training
The power of digital tools is that they are easy to use. Get in touch if you are interested in 1-on-1 training, hosting workshop or a keynote presentation.
Evaluation and Feedback
Online platforms, digital tools and mobile apps are difficult to make successful. Get ideas on how to rapidly improve your project.
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