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Game-Based Technology to Meet Demand for Improved Medical Teaching and Training
Date:5/5/2008

BreakAway Gains Exclusive License for Pulse!! Virtual Learning Platform for

Clinical Skills and Decision Making Training

BALTIMORE, May 5 /PRNewswire/ -- BreakAway Ltd., a leading developer of game-based technology solutions for training, experimentation and decision-making analysis, has signed a license agreement with the Texas A&M University System for the exclusive, worldwide rights to Pulse!! the Virtual Clinical Learning Lab, a federally-funded project in development at Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi (TAMU-CC). This agreement grants BreakAway the rights to develop, market and distribute Pulse!!, the innovative, game-based platform technology that allows medical professionals to practice decision-making protocol and experiential skills on their PCs, in a virtual hospital setting, anywhere, at anytime, in a safe learning environment.

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BreakAway CEO Doug Whatley said, "Through our collaboration with TAMU-CC to develop a platform solution for teaching and training medical professionals, we realize the urgent need for medical organizations to augment their traditional training methods with game-based technology such as Pulse!!. We are honored to be able to use Pulse!! technology as the starting point for delivering virtual learning tools to supplement medical training using a simulated 3D world that replicates the actual physical and emotional environment that medical professionals face whether it's in a hospital, clinic or on the battlefield."

The Pulse!! project was pioneered and is directed by Dr. Claudia L. McDonald, Associate Vice President for Special Projects at TAMU-CC, in order to address educational and
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