ADELPHI
Connecting MS Education with the real world

Packed with fully curated content from leading neuroscientists, Neuro-Compass is a unique website, designed and built to educate doctors about managing Multiple Sclerosis in the real world.

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The challenging and complex brief was to create a Steering Committee-led independent medical education resource that provides the latest evidence in MS patient care in a highly engaging and stimulating format.

Working in partnership with med ed agency, Adelphi Communications, Wallace provide digital support for design and build for the innovative platform.

To compliment the website resource, we also developed and launched an interactive Multi-Treatment Monitoring iOS app to the App Store that enables HCPs to instantly review the monitoring requirements of up to 4 treatments side-by-side.

Neuro-Compass provides latest clinical data and treatment protocols alongside expert commentary and practical advice about diagnosis and treatment – managed through a customised CMS (content management system) to allow data to be constantly refreshed.  Content is easy-to-find quickly and intuitively, via the use of a drop-down sub section and sticky right-hand navigational elements.

The feature-rich site also includes;

- An Interactive Multi-Treatment Monitoring to instantly review the monitoring requirements of up to 4 treatments side-by-side

- A Treatment Evaluation Tool to quickly assess the efficacy results from each of the pivotal trials for all of the disease modifying therapies (DMTs) approved for the treatment of multiple sclerosis

- Interactive tooltips to allow users to quickly link to the cited articles

Now translated into 10 languages

Neuro-Compass provides latest clinical data and treatment protocols alongside expert commentary and practical advice about diagnosis and treatment – managed through a customised CMS (content management system) to allow data to be constantly refreshed.  Content is easy-to-find quickly and intuitively, via the use of a drop-down sub section and sticky right-hand navigational elements.