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Osler receives Ignite Ideas grant for Patient Feedback platform

Osler Technology has recently been granted funding to complete it's Patient Feedback portal.

The Advance Queensland Ignite Ideas program awarded Osler Technology $100,000 to add the important metric to it's ever-expanding suite of Professional Development Tools.

"Patient feedback is critical to the ongoing professional development of healthcare staff, and we're delighted that the Queensland Government has supported the commercialisation of this feature," says Osler co-founder, Dr Todd Fraser.

Competency in practice - a podcast with Dr Chris Farmer

Dr Chris Farmer is a career intensivist and a former president of the Society of Critical Care Medicine in the US, so he knows a thing or two about competency in ICU.

In this broad ranging interview, he chats to me about his interest in the area, how we can measure and define competency, and where the future lies in this important topic

Here's the interview

Staying up-to-date can be difficult.  That's why Osler is making it easy.

Staying up-to-date can be difficult.  That's why Osler is making it easy.

Staying abreast of the latest literature is traditionally very difficult for most practicing clinicians.

There is a seemingly endless array of journals and papers, some of which may or may not be relevant.  For the hardworking clinical staff performing day to day care for patients, it’s almost impossible to detect signal from noise.

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