We’re pleased to announce the launch of our improved multi-disciplinary eLearning hub, EASL Campus, designed to help you develop your hepatology and liver-related disease knowledge through a variety of open-access, high quality and interactive resources tailored to your specialism and job function. The easy to access courses and up-to-date educational materials on EASL Campus are ideal for MDs, nurses, basic researchers, clinical researchers, and Allied Health Professionals with an interest in General Hepatology, Cholestasis & Autoimmune, Cirrhosis & Complications, Liver Tumours, Metabolism, Alcohol & Toxicity and Viral Hepatitis. EASL Campus content is tailored to your job function so you can be sure to get the best hepatology and liver-related disease education.
EASL Campus is based on an open-source, intuitive Learning Management Systems (LMS) allowing for the organization and presentation of medical and scientific learning materials and for the monitoring and certification of the users as well as the assessment of tutors’ and course directors’ performance. EASL Campus enables both collaborative and individual learning and can be easily used for blended learning formats.
EASL Campus has over 2,000 learning materials, with focus on online courses, webcasts and slide decks. All the materials are tailored to your job function so you can be sure to get the best hepatology and liver-related disease education.
Our easy to navigate platform includes a variety of state-of-the-art digital learning materials, including online courses, slide decks (clinical practice guidelines and best of EASL’s congresses & summits slide decks), conference webcast libraries, all of which are available both on and offline, giving you the flexibility to study at a time and place that suits you. EASL Campus has been developed in collaboration with an expert team of international world class specialists, so you can be assured that you are getting the best, most relevant and up-to-date information on developments in and techniques for treating liver disease.
The site will be continually updated with new educational resources, making EASL Campus the “go to” learning hub for hepatology and liver-related disease. To start using EASL Campus, simply go to the site, register and specify your specialism and job function to access your tailored content. Sign up for free to EASL Campus now.