Invitation to quote: Virtual Ward Round

on June 28th, 2013

OCB Media is looking to commission a supplier to develop a pre-release (beta) version of an exciting new project focusing on the use of simulated patients in clinical decision training.

Applicants who are interesting in quoting for this project will be provided with access to a prototype version of the Virtual Ward Round, as well as a detailed specification document, subject to signing a non-disclosure agreement.

If you are interested in quoting for this project please contact Dr. Nicholas Blackwell on

The closing date for the submission of quotes is 12:00 5th July 2013.

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