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Drug Safety Firm BioSoteria to Present on eLearning Development Experience
Date:4/29/2010

BioSoteria, a drug safety services and pharmacovigilance training provider, will be speaking today at the 2010 Lectora User Conference in Cincinnati, OH. Michelle Flewell, CPLP, Vice President of eLearning and Informatics, will present BioSoteria’s experience with Trivantis Corporation’s Lectora development tools and CourseMill learning management system (LMS) to create online pharmacovigilance training courses for the biopharmaceutical industry.

Emeryville, CA (PRWEB) April 29, 2010 -- BioSoteria, Inc., a drug safety services and education firm, will be speaking today at the 2010 Lectora® User Conference, hosted by Trivantis Corporation, the leader in elearning software for authoring and content creation. BioSoteria’s experience with Trivantis’ development tools and learning management system (LMS) to create and deliver pharmacovigilance training will be presented by Michelle Flewell, CPLP, Vice President of eLearning and Informatics at BioSoteria.

Flewell will discuss how BioSoteria, a private consulting and services company with a limited development budget, has been able to produce a series of online pharmacovigilance training courses with advanced features such as a branded user interface, assessment, tracking and bookmarking. The company’s eLadder® Safety curriculum is developed in Lectora and delivered in CourseMill® LMS, also from Trivantis.

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