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To audit or not to audit

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We would like to acknowledge the mentorship of Dr Kim Jones and all the staff at UPDA for facilitating the student led audit initiative and Dr David Radford for his advice and guidance for this article.

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Buontempo, Z., Cracknell, L. To audit or not to audit. BDJ Student 29, 20–21 (2022). https://doi.org/10.1038/s41406-021-0274-7

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