Osler for Residents
You’ve done the hard work of getting through medical school, and you’re now busy establishing your career.
Now you do the heavy lifting on the wards - assessing, performing, managing your patients. And suddenly you find yourself all by yourself, in the middle of the night with a deteriorating acutely unwell patient, and hair begins to stand up on the back of your neck.
Do you have the skills and knowledge to deal with this?
That’s where Osler will help.
Osler does much more than just record what you do. Osler will take all the information it can get from you – your clinical procedures, your learning history, your career ambitions, your characteristics, and your interests – and turn them into a digital blueprint you can follow.
Imagine a digital record of all your procedural competency and learning history from the day you hit the wards, that you can use to demonstrate your proficiency, and how you’ve managed your limitations?
Imagine a platform that integrates a trusted multimedia encyclopedia of acute care, available anywhere, anytime, integrated with your own notes and interesting cases?
Find out more about how Osler can help you find the path to success
Measuring your performance is key to your future success.
Without knowing how you perform, how do you know where you can improve? Enhancing your performance helps your patients, and helps you get ahead as well.
To understand your performance like never before you need Osler.
Osler’s report card of your procedural and clinical capability, allows you to benchmark yourself globally against your peers. The more you interact with the system the more Osler understands you, creating a digital reference of your performance to measure your capability and provide targeted support in the areas you need to improve.
Saving you precious time as you establish your career in a competitive and busy health system.
The link between quality training and patient outcomes is well established.
By understanding your needs, Osler’s adaptive learning platform fast tracks your performance enhancement.
Through multimedia, interactive and patient focused learning resources, Osler takes experiential learning to a new level to build your skills and knowledge in a comprehensive and structured way.
Stay abreast of new techniques, keep up to date with the latest literature, refresh your understanding of uncommon conditions.
And all the while, Osler continues to monitor your progress, ensuring you achieve your goals.
Targeted learning to help you be the best you can be.
Finding answers to your clinical questions has never been easier
Health science never stops changing, and you barely have time to keep up. You need a peer reviewed, evidence based and familiar knowledge resource you can trust.
The only problem is, current options are too broadly focussed to directly answer your questions, don’t respect your experience and knowledge, and fail to take advantage of multimedia technologies.
Imagine asking Osler specific clinical questions, typed into your tablet, or spoken to your wearable device, and our intelligent engine sorts and delivers information specific to you.
Osler Knowledge is an interactive fusion of curated acute care content, evaluated research papers and position statements, linked procedural and clinical notes, interpreted references and social media information, available on an engaging multimedia interface, anywhere, anytime.
All the resources you’ll ever need to answer your clinical questions, in your pocket, on your wrist or looking to the future.
Engage with a trusted network of your peers worldwide when needed most
Harnessing the power of community, clinical high-performance and better patient outcomes may only be a tweet away.
With the power of social technologies, connecting, engaging and collaborating with a trusted human expert has never been more achievable.
Osler community links an alumnus of Acute Care experts on a global scale.
The key to Osler community is trust – engage with it respectfully and maximise its benefits.
Members of Osler community are authenticated medical professionals, so you know you are communicating with your peers.