You’ve put together a detailed schedule which defines where, when, and with whom each of your students will be working. Now wouldn’t it be nice if you could use this schedule to automatically collect your essential program data, such as evaluation & assessment results or patient encounter logs?
Learning management systems (LMS) and student information systems (SIS) often can’t cope with the complex schedules of MedEd programs. one45’s scheduling tools are designed specifically for managing the scheduling needs of medical education programs.
Rotation and block-based schedules for clinical experiences
Manage clinical sites and services
In our scheduling interface, you combine sites and services into the experiences students actually “do”. These are called “Rotations”. Each rotation has its own profile, where you can see the schedule, any attached documentation, and evaluation and assessment workflows.
Schedule learners across blocks of time
Once your clinical rotations have been defined, you can slot learners into rotations in one easy, spreadsheet-like interface called the rotation schedule. If you need to make an update to your rotation schedule, simply click a button and make your changes. You can also sort, filter, and export the data in different ways.
Event-based schedules for didactic experiences
Curriculum scheduling for non-clinical experiences
For didactic events, use the curriculum schedule tool to create and manage experiences ranging from full class lectures to small group sessions. With this tool, you organize your schedule into a hierarchical curriculum structure. From there, you use the hierarchy of your curriculum to break down events into different graduation years, student groups and teaching types.
In-training didactic schedules
While your learners are doing their clinical rotations, they’ll have additional learning experiences to attend. The academic sessions tool links your rotation schedule with an event-based scheduling tool so you can manage and distribute academic session schedules, collect attendance, and automate program evaluation and assessment.
Report teaching effort across departments and session types
Collaborate across schedules and distribute them easily
Link rotations across departments
Clinical rotations are often scheduled and maintained by different departments. For example, your program office might maintain an overall third year clerkship schedule, but sub-departments like Pediatrics might be responsible for scheduling specific learner experiences. The rotation schedule includes several features to reduce duplicate efforts across departments.
Communicate changes to other administrators via email
As you progress through the year, your schedule will inevitably undergo some changes. If you are using the linked rotations feature, any change you make can be emailed to other administrators so that you don’t have to remember which administrators need to know about the changes you’re making.