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DECisions, the boardgame which illustrates the evidence gathering and regulatory pathway that diagnostic test must follow in order for the device to be implemented in clinical practice, won first prize in the category 'Most innovative research poster' at this year's OxTalent awards.

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OxTalent awards ceremony

The awards recognise members of the University of Oxford who have made innovative use of digital technology to foster learning and academic practice, develop more effective links between teaching and research, or improve impact thorough outreach and public engagement.

The award was won by Ellie Morgan-Jones, the NIHR DEC Oxford administrator and the ceremony took place at the Oxford Martin School, attended by the Vice Chancellor of the University. Commenting on the design of the poster, the judges said: 'There is no denying that this is a game board made into a poster, but as a way to lead people into the discovering the process, it works!'

You can read more about the awards, including all the other nominees and winners here, and download the boardgame here.

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