“Education in Somalia is just stopping the bleeding”—Lecturio Helps Students Overcome Educational Challenges
While people who live in the developed world continue to dominate education and utilize it to progress, there is a global crisis of countless people who are denied it. Often, even when students have access to education, the quality is inadequate and unequal. It has here-to-fore been unclear how to provide education to those who are circumstantially denied. The belief that quality education should be accessible to everyone, led Lecturio to create the Medical Education Development Initiative or MEDI.
Availability of high quality medical education taught by experienced instructors is crucial for medical capacity building and health system strengthening, but access is limited in developing and emerging countries. Lecturio wants to address this shortfall. The company has announced the launch of MEDI, a new and groundbreaking Medical Education Development Initiative that aims to support medical capacity building. With this new program, institutions and development organizations can apply to receive top quality medical e-learning resources.
Lecturio has launched MEDI, a new and groundbreaking Medical Education Development Initiative that aims to support medical capability building by addressing the shortfall of experienced medical instructors in developing and emerging countries.