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[BLOG] Audits and QI; do they make you a better doctor?

In this month’s blog, Alisha considers the hurdles that junior doctors and medical students face when trying to get involved in audit and quality improvement projects. What benefits can be taken away from a successful project? And, how can a project best enable change and improvement?

What does the word... More>>

Posted by: alisha_allana on: 03/07/2017; 22:19

**2017 Course Book NOW ON SALE**

We are excited to announce that the 2017 OSCE-Aid Course Books are now available to buy directly from OSCE-Aid.

Our 126-page 2017 Course Book is full of carefully crafted revision resources, perfect to help you study for your clinical examinations. These resources have been designed specifically for this year's course... More>>

Posted by: joel_cunningham on: 01/04/2017; 09:56

Feedback Prize Draw - Amazon vouchers up for grabs!

We've got two £25 Amazon vouchers up for grabs in our Feedback Prize Draw - read on for your chance to win one!

We're keen to get your views on our website and resources, whether you're new to OSCE-Aid or have been using it for years. We're continually trying... More>>

Posted by: joel_cunningham on: 30/11/2016; 21:40