Digital Medical Education International Collaborative

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“At Stanford, we are reimagining education for tomorrow's healthcare professional – a rich blend of evidence based pedagogy with cutting edge technology. With our collaborators worldwide, we aim to co-create a flexible learning experience that is digitally enhanced, highly customizable, globally connected, and available freely to anyone, anywhere, anytime.”
Picture of Sakti Srivastava Dr. Sakti Srivastava, Director, Digital MEdIC

OUR UPDATES

Official Launch of Digital MEdIC’s Collaboration with Noora Health

Official Launch of Digital MEdIC’s Collaboration with Noora Health

POSTED ON MAY 24, 2018
With incense burning, pink tika, biriyani, and the Stanford fight song playing in the background, Digital MEdIC officially launched its collaboration with Noora Health at their headquarters in Bangalore on May 18th, 2018. Noora Health and Digital MEdIC share the same Stanford University origin. Co-founders Edith Elliott, Shahed Alam, Katy Ashe and Jessie Liu initially began their work in India through a multidisciplinary design course at Stanford’s d.school: Design for Extreme Affordability. The project’s success grew into what is now, as Fast Company called it, one of “the Top 50 Most Innovative Companies in the world and one of India’s top 5 most innovative healthcare startups.” Read more.
Face to Face with Our Founder

Face-to-Face with our Founder: Dr. Charles Prober

POSTED ON MAY 11, 2018
Welcome to our blog! Thank you for tuning in to engage with the Digital Medical Education International Collaborative (Digital MEdIC). We are a team of health professionals, educators, innovators, instructional designers, and researchers who are passionate about addressing global health challenges by increasing access to relevant and compelling medical education. Digital MEdIC, established in 2016, is an initiative of the Stanford Center for Health Education. Read on for a brief interview with the Founding Executive Director of the Stanford Center for Health Education, Dr. Charles Prober. Read more.
100Breastfed in South Africa

Digital MEdIC South Africa launches nationwide campaign, 100% Breastfed

According to research by the World Health Organization (WHO), breastfeeding could save the lives of over 820,000 children each year. Globally, only 40% of infants under six months of age are exclusively breastfed and in South Africa exclusive breastfeeding rates are amongst the lowest in the world. To address this, Digital MEdIC South Africa has launched 100% Breastfed, a campaign including a series of educational videos that aim to create awareness and reduce the number of infant deaths in under-resourced communities around South Africa. The campaign also provides nurses and healthcare workers educational tools to help new mothers and their families understand the benefits of breastfeeding.
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Read the 2018 Program Summary

"Since launching Digital MEdIC, we have established the necessary technology, teams, and content to support a global program of this scale. We consider ourselves to be a learning lab, identifying best practices that can scale to achieve maximum impact. Digital MEdIC currently has partnerships and in-country hubs in India and South Africa, with the goal of exponentially expanding our impact within these countries and in new regions around the world."