Developer notes. There’s dozens of ways to present and structure this area, helping people quickly find what they need and interact with the site and with others. From simple lists, fully categorised content as articles or blog format is common.

Stage two could have a more powerful and interactive e-learning structure with courses, lessons, quizzes, assignments, questions, certificates etc, as shown below, with dozens or hundreds of providers becoming tutors and receiving a modest monthly or per-course fee from subscription members. Content can be open or private, free or chargeable.

Stage three could include adding webinars or zoom live streaming to become a mini ‘telemedicine’ portal, where practitioners and members [or patients], can interact in real time, with any notes or recommendations shared in an open forum or kept private.