ScholarRx Webinars

Recent Webinars

Creating a Brick: A Description

Terence P. Ma, PhD, MBA

Professor and Chair, Anatomy and Biomedical Sciences

Proposed Kansas College of Osteopathic Medicine

In this presentation delivered at the AMEE Conference in August 2021, Dr. Terence Ma explains how to annotate, edit, and create a Brick.  He walks through the parts of a Brick, the tools that are provided in Bricks Create, along with pedagogical considerations for building Bricks.

 

Flipping Online for Better Small Group Learning

In this panel discussion led by Dr. Tao Le, we discuss:

  • Best practices for flipped classroom teaching under the current pandemic circumstances
  • How schools have used the Rx Bricks from ScholarRx to improve their flipped class experience
  • How they use Rx Bricks to enhance active instruction.

Participants:

Tao Le, MD, MHS
CEO and Founder
ScholarRx

Nicole Wadsworth, DO
Dean
New York Institute of Technology, College of Osteopathic Medicine

Jo Anna Leuck, MD
Assistant Dean of Curriculum
TCU and UNTHSC School of Medicine

 

Rx Bricks Create - A New Style to Drive Curiosity and Enquiry-driven Learning that "Sticks"

Swapan Nath, PhD

Professor of Medical Education

TCU & UNTHSC School of Medicine

In this presentation delivered at the AMEE conference in August 2021, Dr. Swapan Nath shows how instructors at TCU & the University of North Texas Health Science Center SOM have used Bricks Create to build new bricks to help develop critical thinking and clinical reasoning skills in their students.

 

Teaching Online with ScholarRx

Dr. Tao Le, MD, MHS

In this presentation delivered at the AMEE (Association of Medical Education in Europe) virtual conference in September 2020, First Aid series editor and ScholarRx CEO, Dr. Tao Le, shows how educators can teach online with ScholarRx.

 

NBME Exam Blueprint Changes

Frazier Stevenson, MD

In this virtual discussion, Dr. Stevenson explains some of the recent changes to the NBME blueprint for the USMLE Step 1 and Step 2 CK exams.

 

Formative Weekly Problem Sets in USMLE-Rx

Hosted by ScholarRx and featuring Kurt Gilliland, Ph.D., Associate Dean of Curriculum, Associate Professor of Cell Biology and Physiology, University of North Carolina School of Medicine.
Our discussion explores applications of USMLE-Rx question banks to support assessment and student-centered learning.

During this session, Dr. Gilliland will:

  • Describe the challenge of providing frequent formative assessment and remediating struggling students
  • Present the appropriate ScholarRx platform, and demonstrate how they used the systems and content to meet their curriculum challenges
  • Discuss formative assessment outcomes, feedback, and findings

Enhancing Student Digital Engagement

Hosted by ScholarRx and featuring Andrew Crawford, M.D., Assistant Professor of Medicine, Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center, Endocrine Pre-Clinical Course Director.

This pragmatic discussion will explore applications of the innovative Rx Bricks platform, which is a comprehensive curriculum support service featuring student-centered, customizable multimedia modules. Rx Bricks are built around standardized learning objectives and continuous formative feedback.

During this session, Dr. Crawford will highlight the successful integration of Rx Bricks to:

  • Enable a move to the flipped-classroom model
  • Support online learning with asynchronous content prior to live lectures
  • Customization of the Rx Bricks to more purposefully align with course objectives
  • Reduce faculty prep time and improve assessment quality

Building Your Student's Foundation

Hosted by ScholarRx, this pragmatic discussion will explore applications of the innovative Rx Bricks platform, which is a comprehensive curriculum support service featuring student-centered, customizable multimedia modules. Rx Bricks are built around standardized learning objectives and continuous formative feedback.

Featuring:
Tricia Marriott, PA-C, MPAS, MJ Health Law, CHC, DFAAPA
Director and Chair, Associate Professor of Physician Assistant Studies
University of Saint Joseph

Mary Minto, M.H.S., PA-C
Director of Didactic Education, Assistant Professor of Physician Assistant Studies
University of Saint Joseph

This session will highlight the successful integration of Rx Bricks to:

  • Align longitudinal and formative assessment with didactic instruction
  • Support ongoing learning and reinforcement of key concepts after delivery of live lectures
  • Support more active, individualized, and engaged learning
  • Customize the Rx Bricks to align with course objectives more purposefully
  • Reduce faculty prep time
  • Augment existing instructional activities demonstrating compliance with ARC-PA Standards B2.02 and B2.03 (5th Ed.)