MedU is the place where medical education knows no boundaries - crossing core disciplines, time, and distance to empower medical educators to collaborate directly and educate tomorrow's physicians effectively in today's health care environment. Comprehensively based on nationally accepted curricula, MedU delivers high-quality medical education programs to students whenever and wherever they are learning. Continuously updated by national editorial boards, MedU creates curricular flexibility and frees faculty to turn their attention to individual student learning needs. Additionally, MedU offers educators and students the rare ability to improve educational approaches by connecting them with one another at a national and international level.
MedU operates on a subscription model through iInTIME, the Institute for Innovative Technology In Medical Education.
The mission of The Institute for Innovative Technology in Medical Education is to advance medical education through the collaborative development, maintenance, and research of innovative and comprehensive computer-assisted instruction programs. iInTIME, creator of MedU, was launched in 2006 by Dartmouth pediatricians Dr. Leslie Fall and Dr. Norm Berman as a proactive response to changing requirements in medical education. iInTIME meets its mission through its role as a developer and distributor of virtual patient cases and other medical education programs for third year medical students throughout the United States, Canada and beyond. iInTIME is a 501(c)(3) organization and is headquartered in Lebanon, New Hampshire.
Visit the iInTIME homepage to learn more.