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SMi Source™ Projected to Hit Over One Million Views

SAN DIEGO— ScienceMedia announces SMi Source, the world’s largest, mobile-enabled disease and clinical education resource for life sciences, will reach over one million views in 2021. Life science professionals access SMi Source on average every nine seconds of every workday throughout the year.

SMi Source improves on-the-job clinical competency by teaching complex medical science more efficiently and effectively. With over 16,000 microlearning modules and more than 400 full courses, SMi Source is used by pharmaceutical, biotech, and clinical research organizations across all divisions. It is the only disease and treatment microlearning library for the life sciences.

SMi Source uniquely combines Google-like search simplicity with accurate, reliable, and up-to-date medical education presented in an engaging YouTube-like format. Ensuring the quality and credibility that users have come to expect, the team of medical and clinical writers and graphics artists and include experts across therapeutic areas with a combined professional experience of just under one hundred years.

In early 2020, to support the ongoing effort of the pharmaceutical industry to fight the COVID-19 pandemic, ScienceMedia extended its online medical learning library to support the rapid education of key personnel. SMi Source’s mobile-enabled, 24/7 accessibility afforded medical affairs professionals, clinical researchers, site staff, and commercial teams the ability to maximize our industry’s impact during the public health crisis.

ScienceMedia’s CEO and inventor of SMi Source, Mark Surles, states, “This is a very exciting time for our company. Having SMi Source in nine of the top twenty life science companies and growing is a significant achievement. The tenth anniversary release of SMi Source this fall further expands the accessibility and ease of navigation for all users. We are thrilled to see the growing usage as we continue to expand our medical and science library.”

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