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  • Fry at AMEE 2016

    26 September 2016

    Kaizen Practique

    Fry was presenting all of its new developments in e assessment and e portfolios at the AMEE conference 2016. There is an evident thirst for flexible and modern systems that can cope with the rigorous and ever changing world of medical training and assessment.

  • Our CTO Keean Schupke is supporting the EBMA Conference

    6 September 2016

    Kaizen Practique

    Keean is a contributor to a paper on recent research into Very Short Question Types in medical education which is being presented at the conference

  • European General Data Protection Regulation to replace Data Protection Act 1998: Impact on Technology Firms?

    11 September 2016

    Tech News

    What steps do technology firms need to take to ensure compliance with the GDPR when it comes into effect?

  • Writing a stand out researcher profile

    14 September 2016

    Haiku Research

    Working in academia, you are bound to be an experienced communicator, but you may not have written for the Web before and writing an exciting and attractive researcher profile can certainly be a challenge... This guide, co-written with our customers at Oxford University will help you raise your online profile

  • The most dangerous word in the English language

    20 September 2016

    Let me tell you how I grew a beard over the course of two weeks. It really wasn’t hard and it just took one little word that I’ve told myself every morning in the mirror: “later.” The only thing is, “later” never came around. Instead, every morning, I kept fooling myself that I’ll just do it later. I still have time, it doesn’t look that bad so I’ll just do it later. It became sort of a mantra and this magical “later” became a wonderland where things would eventually get done. I never really had the time to visit wonderland and see how crowded it really had become.