Developing Collaborative Open-Access Clinical Education with Bricks

Join expert clinician educators from Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine and Harvard Medical School as they demonstrate how a collaborative model of authorship allowed faculty and students to create a fresh, engaging approach to co-creation, resulting in free and open learning experiences.

Please watch the recording of Developing Collaborative Open-Access Clinical Education: Strategies, Insights, and Authorship below.

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Open-Access Neurology Bricks

These free Bricks were developed through a cooperative effort between faculty and students. They serve as a practical demonstration of how to address curriculum gaps and illustrate the value of collaboration in the creation of open educational resources."

Rx Essentials Collection

Explore our comprehensive library of digital learning modules designed to help you build your students' foundation of medical knowledge. There are over 800 bricks in this growing repository, including over 200 that are free and open.

Meet Our Speakers: Leading the Way in Medical Education


Rachel Salas, MD, MEd, FAAN, FANA
Professor, Neurology and Nursing
Johns Hopkins Medicine

Tamara Bockow Kaplan, MD
Assistant Professor, Harvard Medical School
Vice Chair of Education, Department of Neurology at Brigham and Women's Hospital

Ashley Paul, MD
Assistant Professor of Neurology
Johns Hopkins Medicine

Benefits for Faculty

Rx Bricks offers a repository of curricular materials and learning frameworks that can be rapidly deployed and customized to suit your unique curriculum needs and goals.

Start with the collaboratively crafted Neurology Clerkship Bricks, then explore the Rx Brick Exchange, the world's first global health sciences curriculum exchange.

  • Address critical needs: Fill the gaps in traditional neurology education with engaging, evidence-based resources.
  • Boost student engagement: Help your students connect with interactive, clinical, case-based learning.
  • Improve learning outcomes: Witness measurable improvements in student knowledge and understanding.
  • Save time & effort: Access ready-made, peer-reviewed materials to enhance your curriculum. Make them your own as needed.

What You'll Learn at this Free Webinar

Learn from Experts

Hear clinical educators from Johns Hopkins and Harvard share their experiences and insights using Bricks.

Uncover Real-World Impact

Understand the purpose and scope of educational Bricks, exploring how they address gaps in curriculum.

Gain Valuable Insights

Create engaging teaching materials with the help of a recommended peer-review process.

Navigate Authorship

Understand best practices for student and faculty authorship and recognition within the Bricks platform.

Plus: You now have access to the free, open-access Neurology Bricks, which serve as examples of collaborative authorship that you can use.