The Top 10 Industries Interested in Mobile Learning

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10 Big Pharma smartphone apps

Mobile Learning Edge

Some of the work we do at Metrix Group includes partnering with pharmaceutical companies to develop product and disease training solutions for the business. Mobile learning Tablets apps biotech corporate learning Metrix Group mlearning Mobile Learning pharmaceuticalBig Pharma smartphone apps: Janssen's Care4Today app.

Top 10 Use Cases of Mobile Training Solutions

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Pharmaceutical Industry: The Pharma industry is constantly challenged with training their sales personnel on the benefits and side-effects of the drugs they manufacture and market. Here are the Best Training Methods for the Pharmaceutical Industry.

MLearnCon 2012

Mobile Learning Edge

To illustrate the process, you’ll see a case study on developing a mobile learning implementation for a major pharmaceutical company. Mobile learning is finally coming of age, and many organizations are preparing to implement mobile learning in the coming year. Some start by simply choosing a mobile technology, but the problem is much more complex than this.

7 Solutions to Enhance Engagement in Your Compliance Training

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How to Build a Mobile-Ready Training Program for Pharmaceutical Industry. Compliance, in a general sense of the word, means conforming to certain laws, polices, standards or specifications.

Online Training Solutions and the Art of Enterprise Training Delivery

Kitaboo

How to Build a Mobile-Ready Training Program for Pharmaceutical Industry. Online training solutions , unlike their traditional brick-and-mortar counterparts, are more engaging and immersive.

Top 5 Effective Ways to Deliver Corporate Training Videos

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How to Build a Mobile-Ready Training Program for Pharmaceutical Industry. Teaching methods have evolved. The Digital revolution has laid new paths for training and thus, enterprises are coming up with effective ways to deliver corporate training. Organizations are using corporate training videos today; not to entertain their staff, but to educate them. Videos are considered to be the most efficient way to get the message across to your audience.

Improving Employee Productivity and Business Outcomes with Corporate Training Apps

Kitaboo

How to Build a Mobile-Ready Training Program for Pharmaceutical Industry. Irrespective of the size and type of business, the demand for innovation and transformational solutions is at an all-time high. This has, in turn, given rise to the need for a highly-skilled teams that are updated on everything happening around, to be able to add more value to their business and make them more efficient.

MobiHealthNews on Prost8Care: Text Messaging Can Aid Cancer Patients During Their Treatment

Mobile Commons

The program, developed in conjunction with pharmaceutical company Sanofi US and the Prostate Cancer Foundation , provides follow-up information for men who are in the later stages of prostate cancer. MobiHealthNews has a great article about our new Prost8Care Program this week. The texts are designed to sync up with their chemotherapy schedules.

Mobile Commons Helps Prostate Cancer Patients With Text Care – A Press Roundup

Mobile Commons

Mobile software developer Mobile Commons, pharmaceutical company Sanofi US and the Prostate Cancer Foundation on Tuesday announced the creation of Prost8Care, an SMS system to help prostate cancer patients and their families understand treatment processes. - MobiHealthNews. Staying healthy as you fight prostate cancer has just become a little easier.

Jed Alpert on Tech Talk with Craig Peterson

Mobile Commons

On Tech Talk, Jed describes how organizations can engage people in ongoing dialogues: “Mobile allows for some very highly targeted and very beneficial communications, whether it’s messages from pharmaceutical companies about when to refill… all the way to the availability of a particular item that’s on sale near where you are.

truth Uses Text Messages to Empower Young Activists to Take a Stand Against Cigarettes in Pharmacies

Mobile Commons

They flooded social media with images of fruit, health foods, books, jewelry, plants, roast turkeys (maybe not the best choice for a pharmacy, but still better than tobacco!) – and, well, pharmaceuticals. “Hey – It’s Cas! Need your opinion on something. In 2014, CVS stopped selling tobacco in its stores. Do you think that was the right move?” It was a simple text message, but it launched nationwide action.

ASTD's Big Question for December 2008: New Learning

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The ASTD Big question this month is What did you learn about learning in 2008? I learn so much all the time from students, clients and colleagues, it is hard to narrow it down to just two or three things, but I'll try. Here are a few of the lessons I have learned.

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truth Uses Text Messages to Empower Young Activists to Take a Stand Against Cigarettes in Pharmacies

Mobile Commons

They flooded social media with images of fruit, health foods, books, jewelry, plants, roast turkeys (maybe not the best choice for a pharmacy, but still better than tobacco!) – and, well, pharmaceuticals. “Hey – It’s Cas! Need your opinion on something. In 2014, CVS stopped selling tobacco in its stores. Do you think that was the right move?” It was a simple text message, but it launched nationwide action.

Stickybits: Scan your mobile world for social learning | Instructional Design Fusions

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