Offer of Assistance to Medical Schools Impacted by COVID-19
Request free access to Rx Bricks for your institution and your students.
The outbreak of COVID-19 (novel coronavirus) is prompting many medical schools, physician assistant, and related programs to temporarily suspend operations or move much of their program online. To mitigate the disruption caused by this public health emergency (which includes a reduction in access to clinical teaching faculty), ScholarRx is offering free access to Rx Bricks for the remainder of the academic year to institutions impacted by this crisis.
If you would like us to extend access to your program, click the button below and complete the application on the following page. If you want more information, please click here to contact us.
Rx Bricks is an innovative digital learning system designed to help students easily learn the foundations of medicine.
Rx Bricks uses short, high-yield, interactive lessons called “bricks.” It is modular, flexible, and customizable. Content is broken down into the smallest cohesive learning units, or "bricks", and organized around basic science topics (e.g., pressure-volume loops) or clinical concepts (e.g., ischemic heart disease).
Each brick uses clear language to explain and contextualize key topics, many in less than 20 minutes. Then it offers built-in review tools to test understanding of the content right away.
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