The Medical Student Alliance for Global Education
A global collaboration of student organizations working together to lead the next wave of the medical education revolution.
Medical Education Revolution
ScholarRx founded MeSAGE in 2019 with the aim of empowering different student organizations with the tools and training that allow them to work together to close educational gaps. Traditional med school curriculum doesn’t cover important areas such as health equity, diversity and inclusion, or social justice.
Using the revolutionary digital learning library, Rx Bricks, we are building interactive digital modules known as “Bricks” that will address a wide range of topics, from health equity and human rights to medical education and digital health. Together, we aim to leverage the expertise and passion of students to develop engaging and instructionally sound medical education content that fosters:
“Through MeSAGE, we are excited to partner with leading student organizations to address educational needs at a global and societal level and help medical students define, build, and learn the key content that may be missing from the standard curriculum.”
— Dr. Tao Le, Founder and CEO, ScholarRx
Getting medical students involved in the design and development of their education has many evidence-based benefits.
Student involvement is good for:
MeSAGE is the largest student-driven curriculum alliance on the planet, composed of student organizations from different regions of the world. Our members represent over 1.4 million medical students in over 130 countries, from partners including:
We are working to expand the network of MeSAGE partners to include medical student organizations that represent all regions of the world.
Every module goes through a rigorous development process that includes:
MeSAGE Curricular Roadmap
Students, schools, and institutions from around the world can use our open-access MeSAGE curriculum on RxBricks for free.
The Digital Health collection aims to provide a framework for students to learn more about how digital technologies are transforming healthcare and how we can use technology to serve our patients better.
Access The Open Access Digital Health Bricks
The latest MeSAGE collection focuses Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion. This collection covers a critical area of medical education, which is often missing from the traditional curriculum. Topics include:
Access the Free DEI Bricks
Access The Free and Open New Educator Bricks
Access the Free and Open SRHR Bricks
Learn how you can get involved by contacting our MeSAGE Director, Dr. Aliye Runyan.