Launched in partnership with RBC Healthcare, the channel offers the next generation of clinicians key personal finance strategies to help them make sound financial decisions so they can focus on what matters most: helping patients.
With the normal total debt of medical school graduates presently surpassing $200,000, and monetary pressure and vulnerability adding to doctor burnout, building financial acumen is a higher priority than at any other time for the up and coming age of physicians. MEDSKL, a leading e-learning platform that arrives at medical students from in excess of 400 colleges worldwide, plans to resolve this issue by launching a committed monetary literacy channel. The Science of Finance: Where Medicine, Business and Personal Finance Intersect It will help medical students and new doctors to work on their knowledge of personal finance and practice competence.
Dr. said. Sanjay Sharma, professor of ophthalmology at Queen’s University and founder of MEDSKL. “We have partnered with more than 200 leading professionals to help teach students around the world how to become better doctors. Today we are excited to launch The science of finance A channel to meet another basic need: how clinicians can make good personal and business financial decisions.
MEDSKL’s The science of finance The channel kicks off with a series of animated lessons focusing on the concept of good debt versus bad debt. The channel will contain modules to educate clinicians on the basics of business, make their practices more efficient while increasing the cost of operating the clinic, while managing growing patient demand as our population ages and the effects of the pandemic evolve. The channel is freely available to students, residents and doctors at medskl.com.
“We have worked with MEDSKL to co-create relevant financial content for early-career medical students,” said Flora Do, Vice President of RBC Healthcare. “Many students experience an education gap when it comes to managing their personal finances. The MEDSKL platform enhances the training physicians receive in medical school to help them prepare for their careers and life after school. We are proud to support MEDSKL and their innovative, accessible approach to e-learning, and our collaboration reflects the core mission for RBC Healthcare to support the personal and professional needs of healthcare professionals throughout their journey from student to practitioner.”
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