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Facilitating different learning needs

The key of a successful training is to identify the needs and preferences of the trainees. Their needs can vary based on how much knowledge they already have about the subject and the control they prefer to have over their learning. One trainee might want to be guided every step on the way while another prefers to find his own way. …

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End of Support Internet Explorer 11

LeQuest is working continuously on improving our users experience and further developing our e-trainings and services to deliver high quality software. This requires recent technologies and internet browsers. As Microsoft is no longer supporting new web standards in their Internet Explorer 11 (IE11) browser LeQuest is unfortunately forced to stop supporting IE11 from the 1st of January 2021. …

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LeQuest partners with Philips for Ultrasound systems

Philips, a global leader in health technology, and LeQuest, a leading provider of online interactive simulation-based training for the use of medical devices, today announced a partnership to provide online interactive training for the Philips Ultrasound Affiniti system. …

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Together against COVID-19

During the first few months of COVID-19, we made sure e-trainings were available to hospitals. This allowed them to scale up IC capacity quickly and efficiently. Unfortunately, the virus is not yet under control. It's time to look ahead and prepare.  …

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LeQuest is granted a U.S. trademark

Rotterdam, Netherlands: Today LeQuest announced it has been granted a trademark for the U.S. Market for International Class: 9, 41, 42. This milestone is a major step for LeQuest on its mission to prevent medical errors and improve patient safety by unlocking the full potential of medical staff in the use of medical technology. In response to the increased demand for healthcare training in the U.S., LeQuest is currently expanding its services on a global scale. …

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E-training in times of crisis, looking back at the past months

Now that most Intensive Care Units are no longer overcrowded with COVID-19 patients, regular care is slowly being resumed and borrowed equipment can be returned to its original location. We are pleased that we have been able to contribute and support many hospitals in scaling up their ICU capacity by means our simulations-based e-training. Time for a retrospect on this hectic period. …

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LeQuest collaborates with Ventinova Medical

LeQuest and Ventinova Medical create an integrated Covid-19 crisis essential e-training to help in the pandemic We are proud to announce our collaboration with Ventinova Medical to develop a unique online simulation-based e-training for the Evone. This collaboration will help to speed up the process for medical professionals to gain the necessary training to work with this one of a kind ventilation device. This e-training is beneficial for medical professionals who quickly need to acquaint themselves to use the Evone.   …

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“In 4 weeks time we have been able to train 100% of the employees in this way."

We recently spoke to Laurens van Houte, head of the OR department, and Job Meirik, team coordinator of anesthesia, of the Medisch Spectrum Twente (MST). In early 2019, they trained their employees prior to the introduction of their new anesthesia ventilators, Aisys CS2 from GE Healthcare, through the LeQuest e-training. We asked Laurens and Job about their experiences with the e-training and LeQuest. …

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LeQuest pledges to supports the international effort to battle the Corona Virus

Due to the Corona virus outbreak, it is now all hands on deck in the ICU. Many hospitals have started to prepare their respiratory OR equipment as back-up to create additional ICU capacity if needed. …

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Nursing Experience 2019

On Friday 6 and Saturday 7 December, LeQuest took part in the Nursing Experience 2019 the annual congress for nurses. For two days, nurses from different disciplines attended more than 50 educational sessions, gained inspiration on the interactive exhibition floor. They practised their nursing skills in the skills lab and found out everything about the possibilities for further education and post training. …

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