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The University of Oxford Medical School is committed to working in partnership with patients, carers and family members.

Involving patients in medical education – as teachers, as authors of the curriculum, in recruitment and assessment - will better prepare our students for their future roles in delivering patient-centred, high quality health care. The contributions of patients to the medical school curriculum ensures that students have a better understanding of the meanings of illness, the impact of ill health on individuals and society, and the obstacles to engagement with health care professionals. 

If you would like to contact us for further information, please email the Co-Leads for Patient Involvement: