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Dr Helen Curtis writes about her experience at Oxford's Curiosity Carnival.


Professor Carl Heneghan writes in The Conversation.


What does “big data” look like when it comes to healthcare, what are the problems for researchers and what are the potential benefits to patients?


Lucy Abel looks at the hidden costs of cancer diagnosis from a health economics perspective.


DPhil student Jack O’Sullivan shares his reflections on providing first aid care to the 6000 refugees of Calais, France with other Oxford students, medical volunteers and in collaboration with charity Care4Calais.


Professor Trish Greenhalgh explains how Aristotle can help explain how, why and to what extent clinical practice is evidence-based.

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