Director of Assessment
Cooper Medical School of Rowan University
Andria Thomas, PhD
Associate Dean, Evaluation Services
Even though we have been customers for several years, the customer support is just as fast and attentive as when we were brand new customers.
Thanks to the centralized curriculum management, oversight systems and student logging systems from one45, we had a very successful LCME visit.
Edward Simanton, PhD
Director of Evaluation and Assessment
Sanford School of Medicine, University of South Dakota
We evaluated a number of curriculum mapping software packages, but came to the quick realization that one45 would best suit our needs as a new medical school. Although the program is extremely user-friendly, any questions or concerns I have are quickly answered and addressed by the one45 support team.
Victoria Richards, PhD
Frank H. Netter MD School of Medicine at Quinnipiac University
We used the lottery match system for our latest class entering clerkship, and it was fantastic! We are very happy with this feature!
Education Design Specialist
Faculty of Medicine, University of Calgary
We have been working with one45 for nearly a year now, and I have to say that ever since we moved our evaluations to this system I have been smiling. Smiling because of the ease with which the program was implemented. Smiling because of the wonderful, friendly, quick customer service. And smiling because I no longer have frustrated preceptors or residents contacting me to complain! Everyone loves this system and it was so easy to learn and teach to others.
Thank you one45!!
Northern Ontario School of Medicine (NOSM)
Without your rock solid support we couldn’t have been up and running as quickly as we were. Your knowledge in conjunction with your “can do”, warm, good humoured nature has made life so much easier for all of us who are using and managing the one45 software. Thank you again, your value to the one45 team and us is immeasurable.
5th Year Rotation Admin Support
School of Veterinary Science, The University of Queensland
This is a system that we have had in place for a few years now. Because they never cease to amaze us with their ability to make our lives easier and the endless possibilities with their program, we thought it would be a good idea to share this very wonderful program with the other Residency Training Programs at the University of Saskatchewan.
Internal Medicine Residency Program, University of Saskatchewan
The personalized service one45 provides is outstanding. The program is so user friendly we rarely need to contact technical support, but when we do, the response is immediate and the issue is quickly resolved.
Medical Education Manager
St. Mary's Medical Center San Francisco
As one of the newest medical schools in the nation, developing the curriculum, managing it, assessing it, improving it, and maintaining it is a challenge for faculty and the staff in our department. Thankfully, one45 was ready and willing to help us when we needed them. I honestly cannot imagine what my job would be like on a daily basis without one45. From handling virtually every survey and evaluation, to maintaining and updating the curriculum map, to capturing every one of our 90,000+ pt/px logs in our 3rd year LIC, one45 does it all! Thank you so much for all that you do!
Zachary Vaskalis, MS Ed
Department of Curriculum Development & Assessment, The Commonwealth Medical College
Our school recently implemented a new curricular structure and decided that we needed to find a company that provided solutions for our evaluation data collection and curricular mapping needs. After several months of looking around at software designed to handle both of our needs, we selected one45. I have found the training and support provided by one45 to be outstanding and they gladly worked with us on a very short implementation time line. Their staff has been responsive to our needs and has provided reliable and timely support when needed.
Gwen Shonkwiler, PhD
Evaluation and Assessment Specialist
University of Nevada School of Medicine
Information Technology Unit
University of Saskatchewan
Michael Sims, PhD
University of Tennessee Knoxville School of Veterinary Medicine