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Free-to-access, peer-reviewed brief reports describing methods employed in primary care research.

Angled towards the early career and student audience, OMCR is often one of the first opportunities a trainee clinician may have to publish research. Get to know the journal below:

The Oxford Student Room is OUP’s central home for UK medical students and trainees. We share curated articles, quizzes, top tips and more from our authors and student writers to enrich your learning and provide peer-led guidance. Explore our content below.

Walking you through the OSCE - Objective structured clinical examinations (OSCEs) are the practical exams many medical schools use to assess clinical skills. Walk through the OSCE in a short video. Watch now.

Social media as a doctor: professional use, personal use, or not at all? Early in your career, you may be wondering how you should present yourself online as a doctor. This infographic will provide some tips for keeping it professional on social media. Explore more.

Getting the balance right – avoiding burnout – During your training you must learn how to cope with a physically and emotionally demanding vocation and develop mechanisms to deal with its challenges and avoid burnout. Read more.

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