Assuming you're talking about rolled oats, the easy answer is yes. In fact muesli contains raw oats. I used to mix raw oats into my protein shakes for the fibre. Make sure you take them with liquid of some type.
On the other hand, there is contorversy about the anti-nutrients in grains. Usually cooking the grains improves this, and is required for most grains. Oats don't seem to be as much of a problem, and what problems do exist, aren't solved by cooking. The main anti-nutrient in oats is phytic acid. Steaming the oats (as in quick oats) does reduce these. The problem with most grains is Lectins which are not as big a problem in oats. They're the reason other grains need to be cooked, soaked or fermented.
Yah, so I've heard stuff about grains being bad for you. I generally eat a lower amount. I gulp down a cup of raw oats for breakfast and have a wrap for lunch, but generally don't eat grains aside from that except on occasion. So, while I don't think it is a problem for myself, I still am curious. Can you provide a reliable link with some information on this?
Thanks, I'd be very interested to read about this.