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Philadelphia, August 7, 2014 -- The American College of
Physicians (ACP) today announced a collaboration with Osmosis to
make educational content from its Medical Knowledge
Self-Assessment Program (MKSAP) for Students program available
on the Osmosis Med platform.
"This collaboration is a natural fit and will further expand
medical students' opportunities for learning," said David A.
Fleming, MD, MA, FACP, President, ACP. "ACP's MKSAP for Students is
a leading educational resource for medical students and the Osmosis
Med app provides another opportunity for them to learn and improve
their knowledge while accessing content in an engaging,
customizable, interactive way."
MKSAP for Students 5 Digital - Enhanced with Internal Medicine
Essentials, developed by ACP and the Alliance for Academic Internal
Medicine, is an educational tool designed to help students in
clinical clerkships in internal medicine during their third and
fourth years of medical school assess their knowledge and
understanding and help them meet their learning needs. It contains
more than 450 patient-centered self-assessment questions and
answers formatted as clinical vignettes that resemble the types of
questions students encounter on the examination at the end of the
clerkship and on the USMLE licensing examination.
The Osmosis Med mobile app, available for iOS or Android
devices, provides push notifications with questions filled with
images, videos, mnemonics, and reference material. Osmosis feeds
can be customized based on curriculum, exam schedules, and course
documents, and allows users to go head-to-head with classmates by
playing the "Osmose with your Friends" game.
Purchasers of MKSAP for Students 5 Digital now have two options
for accessing the 450 questions - either on the product website or
through the Osmosis platform, or both. Whether MKSAP for Students
is purchased in the Digital form through ACP or through an Osmosis
question pack, purchasers have access to all of the content through
both platforms. The price is $44.95 for ACP members and $59.95 for
About the American College of Physicians
The American College of Physicians is the largest
medical specialty organization and the second-largest physician
group in the United States. ACP members include 141,000 internal
medicine physicians (internists), related subspecialists, and
medical students. Internal medicine physicians are specialists who
apply scientific knowledge and clinical expertise to the diagnosis,
treatment, and compassionate care of adults across the spectrum
from health to complex illness. Follow ACP on Twitter and Facebook.
About OsmosisOsmosis is an
education technology startup that helps students learn and retain
information more efficiently. Developed by medical students from
Johns Hopkins with neuroscience, engineering, and education
backgrounds, the Osmosis web- and mobile-learning platform is used
by close to 15,000 medical students around the world. Osmosis
graduated from the DreamIt Health Philadelphia incubator in 2013
and has since received a Pioneer grant from the Robert Wood Johnson
Foundation and won the prestigious Milken-Penn GSE Business Plan
Competition. Follow Osmosis on Facebook and