The Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland have been impressed with the innovative elective module that Aileen Barrett ran for her foundation year students in Physiopedia. In their recent magazine, Cirriculum Matters, they published a small piece about the project that Aileen ran highlighting it’s success. We hope that this will be a lasting partnership between with the RCSI and hope to run more interprofessional student projects with them!
In these early days of Physiopedia we are very pleased to have partnered with our first group of educational institutions. The Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland, Evidence in Motion, Regis University and the Medical College of Georgia have all been innovative and enthusiastic in their commitment to this open access project. We have been working with them to create assignments and modules for their students to complete within Physiopedia or to donate valuable content created by their students to Physiopedia.
As well as acknowledging these partnering institutions on the acknowledgements page we have now given them a profile page of their own. This allows us to inform our readers a little more about our partnering instituitons, provides a place to publish the way in which these institutions are collaborating with Physiopedia and link to the work that their students have completed.
See what our partnering institutions have been up to: