There is no need to always start from scratch when creating a medical training deck: the content may already exist and in many cases have even been approved.
It can happen, though, that the training deck was originally developed years ago and so its study data is no longer relevant. Perhaps the slide design is simply not as exciting as it could be. The content may have been drawn from a range of sources; this can result in inconsistent design and so make navigation more difficult.
Very large decks can quickly become unmanageable, causing users to lose track of the contents.
We need to update our existing training deck, improve it visually and didactically, and use clever navigation to make it more accessible.