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Congratulations to Bethany Shinkins, University of Oxford DPhil student, who was awarded the 'Best Poster' prize following a peer-review process during the NIHR School for Primary Care Showcase Event 2012.

Bethany Shinkins, DPhil Student, Department of Primary Care Health Sciences, Oxford
Bethany Shinkins, DPhil Student, Department of Primary Care Health Sciences, Oxford

The Showcase took place at the Royal College of Physicians on Friday 19th October 2012 and was attended by members from across the School for Primary Care Research (SPCR) partnership - Universities of Birmingham, Bristol, Keele, Manchester, Nottingham, Oxford, Southampton and UCL.  The SPCR is funded by the National Institute for Health Research.

Winning Poster Presentation

Comparing Methods for Identifying an Intermediate Range of Test Results
Bethany Shinkins, Matthew Thompson, Richard Stevens, Rafael Perera, Department of Primary Care Health Sciences, Oxford University

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