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First Aid Authors Announce Launch of New Digital Medical Learning Venture

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: 11/2/16

First Aid Authors Announce Launch of New Digital Medical Learning Venture

Elizabethtown, KY: The authors of First Aid for the USMLE and USMLE-Rx are pleased to announce the launch of ScholarRx. The new venture reflects the evolution of our educational mission: creating an affordable, lifelong digital-learning platform for medical students and physicians everywhere. In addition to our USMLE preparation services, which continue under the USMLE-Rx brand, ScholarRx is developing an evidence-based, adaptive learning solution designed to address the most pressing curricular issues facing medical schools across the globe.

Led by Dr. Tao Le, author of the best-selling book First Aid for the USMLE Step 1, ScholarRx is committed to transformative medical education. “Our ScholarRx curriculum platform is a monumental undertaking,” says Dr. Le, “which we hope will positively impact the delivery of pre-clinical medical education. When customizable, essential teaching can be easily deployed by faculty and consumed by students—anytime, anywhere, and at their own pace—the real curriculum can emerge. This will allow students and faculty to maximize their time together in order to engage in shared learning, critical thinking and clinical decision-making, all in the context of the patient.”

About ScholarRx: ScholarRx (ScholarRx.com) is a learning science company that delivers medical test-preparation and curriculum support services to improve medical education outcomes in programs across the globe. Its USMLE-Rx product suite, integrated with best-selling book First Aid for the USMLE Step 1, has prepared more than 150,000 students to excel on the USMLE. Visit us at ScholarRx.com or contact us at info@ScholarRx.com to learn more.

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