Rosh Review, a leading medical education and technology company that has changed the way physicians, medical students, PAs, and nurse practitioners learn medicine, announces it will offer its web-based, distance learning tools for iOS and Android platforms FREE to help them continue their education at home. The offer runs through May 1, 2020.
"History teaches us that we can get through difficult times by leaning on community," said Adam Rosh, MD, founder of Rosh Review. "Universities and colleges across the country quickly sent students and residents home to prevent the spread of coronavirus. Faculty members have been scrambling to provide distance learning tools to keep their students on track. We've received hundreds of faculty requests in the past few weeks, asking us to help them set up online learning tools for their programs. Offering these online learning tools for free was the right thing to do during this stressful time."
Dr. Mike Van Meter, program director at McGovern Medical School at UTHealth in Houston, currently uses Rosh Review tools. Dr. Van Meter teaches residents who practice at the busiest Level 1 Trauma center in the country. "I'm grateful that Rosh Review stepped in to fill the vacuum at this critical time to allow my residents to continue their education even though they're not able to meet together at weekly conferences," he said.
Online tools include:
- Thousands of vignette-style board review questions with comprehensive explanations
- Custom teaching images
- Digital flashcards
- Practice exams to evaluate student and resident performance
- Program dashboards to track, analyze, and interact with students and residents
Any program director, clerkship director, faculty member, or Designated Institutional Official (DIO) needing distance learning tools can get free access at www.roshreview.com
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