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Silverchair’s roots in medical education run deep, tracing back to our start in 1993 as an indexer and packager of medical textbooks. Today, Silverchair provides associations, societies, and medical systems everything they need to create dynamic and engaging professional medical education learning environments.
Beyond traditional content formats like books and journals, Silverchair has collaborated with some of the world’s most prestigious medical publishers to design and develop highly tailored digital education and certification products that assemble high-quality content into learning modules for resident training. These offerings add new, diversified revenue streams for medical publishers while delivering the operational benefits of Silverchair’s market-leading biomedical taxonomy, semantic targeting tools, self-serve site management, and unified support and training.
Read about recent collaborations below, then reach out to us to discuss how to more fully leverage the value of your medical and educational content.
“We have been deeply engaged over the last decade with developing the kind of robust online curriculum management product that medical publishers need to fulfill their missions.`` —Thane Kerner, Silverchair CEO
Learn how Silverchair and AAOS collaborated to create a standardized, personalized, and seamless product for resident education that establishes a core knowledge base for orthopaedic residency training.
Read about the American Board of Surgery’s SCORE® Portal, an innovative, nonprofit initiative to provide residents and residency programs with high-quality educational materials and a structured program for self-learning in all areas of general surgery and related specialties.
Explore Silverchair’s collaboration with the American Medical Association to use the existing functionalities of the JAMA Network on the Silverchair Platform to develop and launch the online learning platform AMA Ed Hub™.