We urgently need a solution that exponentially grows the number of skilled health workers present in lower-resource settings around the world
The only way we are going to meet this critical deficit is to transform how we educate our global health workforce.
iMedtrust’s approach is “Adaptive Medical Education“, an innovative and systemic solution which harnesses advances in artificial intelligence and new technologies.
Our system allows us to precisely map the individual learning journeys of students to the medical capabilities required in differing communities. This enables our students, wherever they are located, to not only enhance their pre-existing skills highly efficiently but to master the most prominent issues in their practise settings. As a result, they are more likely to stay and study in-country, and offer their skills in lower-resource settings.
Adaptive Medical Education reduces the cost and time to educate and deploy health workers in lower-resource settings. Given scale, Adaptive Medical Education will change the game for global population health.
iMedtrust is a philanthropic initiative that sets out to establish a regulated, and economically self-sustaining, adaptive medical education platform. It will provide higher education resources, technology, and educational expertise to improve global population health.
Year 1 – We launch a global hub for adaptive medical education
Our London campus will prepare the first waves of student educators to kick-start sustainable health worker education programmes in their communities. Our student body of 1,100 graduate and undergraduate learners will provide the critical mass required to develop and evolve high quality, regulated health education programmes for adoption and adaptation by our partner network of health worker education institutions.
Year 25 – Know-how is transferred to partner institutions around the world
Over 50 health worker education institutions in lower-resource settings will partner with iMedtrust within the first 25 years. This represents a systemic approach to building locally relevant and locally licensed health worker capacity. It harnesses abundant local talent and reduces health worker migration, building community resilience.
Year 50 – Our global community becomes autonomous
With more than 100 network institutions working together collaboratively in lower-resource settings the development of new partner institutions will be resourced regionally. The initiating role of the London campus will be complete, enabling it to be sold or refinanced. iMedtrust will continue to support and evolve the adaptive medical education platform, resourcing the growing network with know-how and research.
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