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You are the emergency physician on call, when 3 atypical patients are admitted to your ER…

Diagnose within time and test whether your observations are the correct ones.

What is GO-Doctor?

GO-Doctor, is based on the evidence-based methodology of "serious gaming" and is co-developed by leading academic clinicians and serious gaming experts to increase physicians:

  • Experience with certain rare and life-threatening diseases 
  • Knowledge of key differentiating symptoms and observations in certain rare and life-threatening diseases 
  • Confidence in diagnosing & referring certain rare and life-threatening diseases

Clinicians about the game

A refreshing way to learn more about the practical approach to less known diseases 


A very entertaining and effective way to learn about emergency medicine! ❜

I would strongly recommend the game to anyone.❜

I recommend this to other students as it is a more interactive way to learn, you learn from your mistakes and visualise yourself as a doctor with real patients.


Nice concept to learn! Would definitely play another time. Easy way to learn pathologies that aren’t familiar to me.❜ 


This game helped me understand some diseases I didn’t know that much about before playing.❜ 

Clear, funny and useful, nice game.


Nice to learn in an active manner. ❜ 

Nice concept to learn, I will recommend to my colleagues. ❜  

Playful way to learn more on a specific subject.


Very nice concept to improve clinical knowledge in a competitive yet fun way!  ❜

A refreshing way to learn more about the practical approach to less known diseases.  ❜

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Prescribing Information GB
Prescribing Information NI

MAT-GB-2105168 (v6.0)

Date of preparation: October 2023

MAT-XU-2303912 (v2.0) Date of preparation: November 2023