Webinar: Online Simulation Study

Study found that 84% of medical students benefited from microsimulations.

Dr. Katherine Normand, Professor, Dept. of Anesthesiology and Medical Director of Surgical and Clinical Skills Center (SCSC) at McGovern Medical School, will present the study findings.

The knowledge application microlearning model has been proven in healthcare and is demonstrating success in other markets.

The study shows the effectiveness of online simulation for medical students and how it helped them to:

  • Better understand the material.
  • Apply the material to clinical practice.
  • Identify gaps in their knowledge.  

Register for our 15-minute webinar about the study on December 6th, 2023, at 11am EST.

  • Hear about our platform that helps you build interactive, browser-based microsimulations for students to apply their knowledge.
  • Learn how healthcare providers practice their core skills, teamwork, and decision-making in a safe digital simulation.

Microlearning enhances the learner’s engagement and experience, increasing satisfaction, retention and confidence.  

Schedule a custom demo with eTrainETC and learn about our special end-of-year promotion.



Katherine C.Normand, MD

Professor, Dept. of Anesthesiology

Medical Director of Surgical and Clinical Skills Center (SCSC)

McGovern Medical School

Executive Member of McGovern Medical School Curriculum Committee

Bill Cornelius, President & CEO of eTrainETC, LLC, has over 25 years of experience in training and development. With a strong background in technology and training before becoming an entrepreneur, Bill’s experience allowed him to lead teams to pioneer several compelling technologies as well as implement proven solutions with instructionally sound principles. These solutions have created great results that delight and captivate clients.

Prior to eTrainETC, Bill started his first company which was focused on custom training and development for the healthcare, government, and manufacturing sectors.

Bill’s personal experience in miscommunication of care resulting in the loss of a loved one drives his passion to improve training and education everywhere.