The Entrada Consortium currently consists of 14 international medical schools. Some of our members are posted here due to University branding restrictions.
Faculty of Health Sciences, Queen’s UniversityJoined 2004
We began development of Entrada in early 2004 with a simple mandate, to create a system where by our students could access all of their course related information and resources in one place. Once implemented it quickly became a core resource used day-to-day by not only our students, but also our administrative staff and faculty. Our users in the School of Medicine, School of Rehabilitation Therapy, and Life Sciences Program now enjoy the benefits of on-demand course content and community building tools, while continuing to provide us with valuable feedback and direction to further develop this platform in conjunction our Consortium partners.
Cumming School of Medicine, University of CalgaryJoined 2008
In 2008, our school identified the need for a new learning management system. Existing products on the market did not meet the customized needs of an Undergraduate Medical Education program. The Entrada project was easy to install, set-up, and customize to our needs. Our users loved the new system! One year into using the system, we have zero complaints, zero help desk needs, and very happy users. We’ve been able to create and install new modules customized to our program’s specific needs, and meet LCME accreditation curricular tracking requirements. Sharing programming tasks across schools has made creating and adopting new features very easy and we’ve been able to accomplish more as a larger group than we could on our own. We are delighted to be a part of Entrada.
David Geffen School of Medicine, UCLAJoined 2013
For two years our school searched for the 21st century Learning Management System that will support our innovative and evolving medical school curriculum. We reviewed many systems and found Entrada to be the best choice. It is appealing to have a system designed to meet the unique needs of a medical school. Although we are currently still in our early stages of local development and migration process, we see many great potentials. We look forward to our Summer 2014 launch date of the system. We are very excited and proud to be part of the Entrada team.
Faculty of Medicine, University of OttawaJoined 2015
The University of Ottawa, Faculty of Medicine is one of the foremost medical schools in Canada, providing learners with the opportunity to study in both English and French languages. uOttawa has joined the Entrada Consortium and the process of implementing Entrada ME (Undergraduate and Postgraduate), and Entrada CPD (Continuing Education) is well under way.
Rush Medical College, Rush UniversityJoined 2015
In 2014 Rush Medical College conducted an extensive review of software platforms for curriculum management, including conducting over 25 interviews, having numerous demonstrations, and planning site visits. We created a list of all desired features in a software platform, and selected Entrada as the best option. Entrada is designed for medical school programs, is customizable to our school’s specific needs, and ultimately will help us manage curriculum from every angle, from creating new curricula, to adapting existing curricula, from reporting to accrediting agencies, and to making curricula easily accessible to our students, faculty, and staff.
Faculty of Medicine, University of British ColumbiaJoined 2016
The UBC Faculty of Medicine educates health professional and life sciences students at the undergraduate, graduate and postgraduate levels, and pursues research – in the laboratory, in clinical settings and at the population and public policy level – to improve the health of people worldwide.
UT Southwestern Medical Center, University of TexasJoined 2016
UT Southwestern Medical School is one of four medical schools in the University of Texas System and one of the United States top medical schools. UT Southwestern offers a world-class medical education that’s based on a strong background in the basic sciences, early clinical experiences, and an unsurpassed program of hands-on clinical training at some of the nation’s best hospitals.
Faculty of Medicine, McGill UniversityJoined 2016
Founded in 1829, the Faculty of Medicine was the first faculty at McGill University and the first medical faculty in Canada. Today, it is one of the world’s leading sites in health science education and research. McGill was named the No.1 university in Canada in the medical-doctoral category for the 11th consecutive year (Maclean’s Magazine).
Elson S. Floyd College of Medicine, Washington State UniversityJoined 2016
The Elson S. Floyd College of Medicine is Washington’s premier community-based medical school. It is named after the university’s late president, Elson S. Floyd. Dr. Floyd believed that Washington State University, as the state’s land-grant institution, should train doctors to serve all of Washington.
College of Medicine – Tucson, The University of ArizonaJoined 2016
The University of Arizona College of Medicine – Tucson provides state-of-the-art programs of medical education, groundbreaking research opportunities, and leading-edge patient care. Founded on the campus of the University of Arizona in 1967 as the state’s only MD degree granting college and a resource for the people of Arizona, today the UA College of Medicine ranks among the top medical schools in the nation for research and primary care.
Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine – National University of SingaporeJoined 2016
Established in 1905 to educate and train medical professionals for Singapore, the NUS Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine is a leading medical educational and research institution in Asia. This School is the heart of Singapore Medicine and the training well-spring of the majority of doctors in Singapore.