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MyKnowledgeMap to exhibit at ANZAHPE 2023

MyKnowledgeMap is delighted to announce its participation in ANZAHPE 2023. The esteemed Australian & New Zealand Association for Health Professional Educators (ANZAHPE) conference is taking place on the Gold Coast in Queensland, Australia, between 26-29 June. After being conducted virtually recently, we are thrilled to attend and exhibit at the first in-person conference in four years. 

MyKnowledgeMap to exhibit at ANZAHPE 2023

Distinguished speakers from around the world, including Dr. Subha Ramani from Harvard Medical School, Professor Stephen Tobin from Western Sydney University, and Associate Professor Helen Wozniak from The University of Queensland, will be sharing their insights on the latest advancements and future directions in the field. 

As official 'Gold' sponsors of ANZAHPE 2023, the MyKnowledgeMap team will be located at stands 26 and 27. We will be showcasing MyProgress, an industry-leading and trusted e-portfolio and workplace-based assessment tool that supports Academic Educational Institutions (AEIs) in delivering their medicine and health programmes. 

MyProgress is an ideal solution for medicine and health education, offering distinct dashboards tailored to learners, practice staff, and faculty members. Its appearance and functionality adapt according to the user's role. 

Key features of MyProgress include: 

  • Offline functionality on mobile devices 
  • User-friendly interface 
  • ‘Customisable analytics for university and clinical staff
  • Clear visibility of individual student or entire cohort progress 
  • Facilitation of early intervention and helps to reduce attrition rates 



If you attend the conference then do stop by our stand, we would love to say hello! If you would like to schedule a meeting or request a demo with our team, please contact us at 

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