Both Brown Warren Alpert Medical School and Southern Illinois School of Medicine have chosen Myprogress as their practice-assessment tool for logging clinical skills and assessing students.
Both Southern Illinois University School of Medicine and Brown University's Warren Alpert Medical School have selected Myprogress as their chosen practice-based assessment tool for logging clinical skills and assessing students out on clinical placements. Myprogress is set to be implemented in both schools at the start of their respective 2019 academic years, laying the foundation for their practrice-based assessment process and student portfolio.
The Brown Warren Alpert Medical School is a national leader in US medical education and biomedical research, with 7 affiliated teaching hospitals and over 545 medical students. Each year the school awards approximately 100 MD degrees across biological sciences, social sciences, neurosciences, and more.
As part of the Southern Illinois University, the SIU School of Medicine is home to 270 full-time physicians and medical students. Over 5,000 medical professionals have graduated from the SIU School of Medicine since its formation in 1970. The school’s mission is to educate physicians within the Illinois community, meeting healthcare needs through education and research.
Rob Arntsen, Chairman of MyKnowledgeMap, said:
“Brown Warren Alpert Medical School and Southern Illinois University Medical School are important new clients for MyKnowledgeMap. It is heartening to see the continued adoption of our Myprogress system in USA medical schools.”
“This follows a pattern worldwide where we are seeing increasing recognition that Myprogress is the leading global solution for assessment of students in challenging workplace environments including medicine, nursing and healthcare generally.”
“We work hard at continuous improvement of our strategic products and this continued success of Myprogress is based on valuable feedback we have received from our clients over the last few years – for which we are most grateful.”