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The original idea for Primary Care Notebook began in the canteen of John Radcliffe Hospital in 1990 while James McMorran, a first year Oxford University clinical student, was writing up his medical notes.
Since then it’s become a revolutionary way for students to packet learnings and a life-line for there-after.
Medical Students are able to gain free access to when registering an account with the medical school issued email address. (@***.edu).
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