ScholarRx Invites Schools to Join International Curriculum Pilot Study

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ScholarRx is inviting medical schools outside of the United States to try the revolutionary new Rx Bricks curriculum system at no cost to them. ScholarRx has empowered hundreds of thousands of medical learners worldwide since 2004. The Rx Bricks represent a new level of accessible, sustainable medical education resources appropriate for all pre-clinical training programs and have already been well studied at over a dozen schools in the US.

The Rx Bricks system is a comprehensive repository of competency-based curricular modules, consisting of learning objectives, narrative text, high-quality images, and interactive self-assessments. The Rx Bricks are designed as independent but interlocking units of core learning experiences featuring cognitive integration of basic and clinical science concepts.

ScholarRx will accept up to 30 medical school participants as part of the Rx Bricks Pilot Study. The deadline for applications is September 30, 2019. Some restrictions apply.

Participating schools will receive no-cost, online access to 2 Rx Brick collections for students and faculty with full-service support for up to 10 months. Schools from low income countries as designated by the WHO will receive access to up to 3 Rx Brick collections. Schools will be required to conduct a standardized program evaluation of courses utilizing Rx Bricks.

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