Ohio State University College of Medicine starts pilot of Myprogress™

14 March, 2014

After extensive searching and evaluation of a suitable mobile assessment solution for use in healthcare, the Ohio State University College of Medicine have selected Myprogress™ for implementation of a pilot with 1,000 students across a range of assessment activities associated with assessment of competencies.

After extensive searching and evaluation of a suitable mobile assessment solution for use in healthcare, the Ohio State University College of Medicine have selected Myprogress™ for implementation of a pilot with 1,000 students across a range of assessment activities associated with assessment of competencies.

The Med 1s and 2s have been issued with iPads in 2013 as part of the new Lead.Serve.Inspire curriculum. Students also have laptops and smart phones and they will use those with My Progress™. Below is a link to a news article that explains the program.

http://medicine.osu.edu/news/archive/2013/08/01/college-of-medicine-implements-ipad-technology-works-to-create-the-future-now.aspx

Next year’s students will be using their iPad Minis as part of the Part 2: Clinical Applications curriculum which involves Pediatrics, Family Medicine, Surgery, Internal Medicine, OBGYN, Neurology and Psychiatr