Join members of our OnlineMedEd team to learn how you can incorporate OnlineMedEd materials into your preclinical medical school curriculum. They'll show you how students, faculty, and institutions can benefit from a more comprehensive curriculum, and you'll discover how to create a richer educational experience in and out of the classroom.
Assistant Director of Medical Education, OnlineMedEd
Director of Instructional Design & Assessment, OnlineMedEd
At OnlineMedEd, we believe improving patient care starts by transforming learning both in and out of the classroom. We provide learner-centered, asynchronous medical teaching resources that enable learning and reinforcement of crucial foundations — so faculty can build stronger medical professionals, and institutions can expand their impact.
In this first webinar of a two-part series, we share best practices and discuss how faculty can maximize their success with OME in the preclinical, clinical, and transitional phases of health professions education.
As members of OnlineMedEd's Institutional Success Team, Courtney Cross and Neal Weber contribute subject matter expertise to curricular design, instructional practices, and learning outcomes, and help solve institutional challenges around administration and accreditation. Made up of peer educators, the team works directly with administration and faculty at our institutional partners, focusing on instructional design and implementation of best practices for hybrid learning.
Join Steve DeMeo and Michele Toussaint, leaders of the OnlineMedEd Institutional Success Team, on Tuesday, February 14, at 1 p.m. CT to discover how a learner-centered, asynchronous medical teaching resource enables learning and reinforcement of critical foundations in the clinical years.
OnlineMedEd elevates healthcare education to create better providers—not just better test-takers. Our PACE educational paradigm enables institutions to complement in-person education and impart medical knowledge across multiple modalities, all via a single unified voice. Instructors can deliver a powerful hybrid education that eliminates the friction and waste in the current model by aligning the needs of the institutions and the students.