Medicine & Dentistry

Developed with medical schools across the world, Myprogress is an eportfolio with an integrated mobile app designed to work offline and assess competencies and log clinical skills in workplace-based settings.

Designed for Medicine

Myprogress is the world's only mobile assessment app to truly work offline. The app is designed to capture authentic, immediate feedback on clinical skills in teaching hospitals or simulation suites.

In-Built ePortfolio

The mobile app comes complete with a digital portfolio where students can reflect on their progress, and map completed assessments and other evidence directly against your learning framework.

Visualise & Track Progress

Using your chosen framework and learning outcomes, Myprogress enables students and academics to measure and manage progress in real-time, take remedial action and plan future learning.

Support for Staff

Smart workflows within the app lets you get timely feedback or sign off from clinical staff. Remove the need for staff to login - just hand them the device to get started.

Feedback & Feed-Forward

Enable students to gather feedback from multiple-sources and via peer review. Use feedback gathered to reflect on progress, define action plans and develop future learning objectives in the app.

Your Way of Working

Have complete control over your assessment process, use your own framework for students to work with and easily create assessment forms and rubrics with our simple authoring tool.

Interview with the University of Cambridge

Myprogress has been used at the University of Cambridge's School of Clinical Medicine for over 3 years. Read our interview with William Mair - an Education Technologist at the university. Learn how one of the worlds leading medical schools use Myprogress, how they chose the tool, and William's role within the Myprogress User Community.

Our Customers in Medicine


University of Minnesota – Medical School​

Southern Illinois University – School of Medicine​

Medical College of Wisconsin


Curtin University – Medical School​

Western Sydney University - School of Medicine​


Nanyang Technological University – Lee Kong Chian School of Medicine​

DukeNUS – Medical School​


Anglia Ruskin University – School of Medicine​

Barts & The London School of Medicine & Dentistry​

Bristol University – Bristol Medical School​

Cambridge University – School of Clinical Practice​

Cardiff University – School of Medicine​

The General Medical Council


University of Nottingham – School of Medicine​

St George’s University of London – Medical School ​