With your institutional subscription, Aquifer provides a wide range of invaluable learning resources—available at no additional cost. We hope that you will explore—and make use of—the many tools available to your learners.
Educators use our interdisciplinary courses on key public health topics and clinical skills as capstone courses or for integrating individual cases with subscribed content into a custom course.
Just like our primary courses, this content was written and edited by experts in collaboration with leading national organizations:
- Aquifer Diagnostic Excellence
- Aquifer High Value Care
- Aquifer Medical Home
- Aquifer Culture in Health Care
- Aquifer Oral Presentation Skills
Exams and Assessment
Aquifer offers online validated, summative exams derived from national curriculum standards available through June 2020. A new formative assessment tool is currently in development for several of our courses, to be available in July 2020. Learn more…
Aquifer Internal Medicine Clinical Decision-Making Exam in the key features format aligns directly with CDIM’s national curriculum. This exam, validated in a recent study published in Academic Medicine, is the first designed for use in U.S. medical schools utilizing the key features approach, which focuses on challenging decisions in diagnosis and management to target critical decision points.
Custom Courses & Case Library
Are you using the custom course functionality to pick and choose cases that perfectly fit your program’s needs? Educators use this feature for longitudinal integrated clerkships and special topics electives. Other programs are enhancing our existing courses by adding cases (from Radiology, Addiction, Geriatrics, etc.) or organizing cases by system.
With the searchable Case Library, it’s easier than ever to find the cases you need, discover new content, and build Custom Courses.
Other benefits of using custom courses include tailored reporting, easy exam rosters, and more. Learn how to create a custom course…
Aquifer’s Educator Resources, available for some courses, provide tools to help educators bring their Aquifer courses to the classroom. Resources include active learning modules, case analysis toolkits, questions for further consideration, and educator guides.
To access our Educator Resources, sign in to Aqueduct and visit your “Courses” pages. Click on “Educator Resources” in the teal bar at the top of your page to find the available resources for your subscribed courses.