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Sharing the sum of all medical knowledge with every human being on the planet in the language of their choice. We edit .
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Lauren Maggio Aug 15
Join our team team ! We are looking for someone interested in researching responsible conduct of research , , , & . Position is 50% & can be done remotely.
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Women in Red Aug 3
New! Meet Dr@Adaeze_Oreh who's a Family doctor & advocate for universal health care. She works for Nigeria’s Ministry of Health & she's an Aspen Institute New Voices Fellow. One of only 1500 Nigerian women on wiki. More please - Can you help?
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Merrilee Proffitt Jun 27
OCLC is partnering with the National Network of Librarians of Medicine (NNLM) to offer a free four week course, Wikipedia + Libraries: Health and Medical Information. Join us for a preview webinar on August 14th.
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Jacob de Wolff Jun 4
We need doctors on Wikipedia to make sure that there is free high-quality information available for those who search for it (very often within top 10 on Google).
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Sara Thomas Jun 3
Wikipedia needs - and welcomes - health experts, and health librarians, to keep health articles up to date and as reliable as possible. Wikimedian created resources especially for Health Librarians:
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Cochrane France May 17
Initiative Cochrane France - Wikipédia; les articles modifiés viennent d'atteindre 100 000 vues! Engagez-vous pour favoriser la diffusion d'information médicale de qualité sur Wikipédia ! Info sur
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TheWikipediaLibrary Apr 29
Cochrane reviews were most cited by Wikipedia, followed by NEJM, Lancet, Nature, Science, and PNAS. It took about 90 days for citations to be used. High-impact journals were cited, suggesting that Wikipedia medical articles have robust underpinnings.
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Jenny Dawson Mar 6
Let's see how many health-related Wikipedia articles we can improve tomorrow at McMaster University and . I am looking forward to joining this event as a panelist and editing at the editathon tomorrow.
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Richard Fallis Feb 26
I've been putting into practice everything that we covered in the in / module, expanding the stub article from this...
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Becker Medical Library at WashU Feb 25
Join us at Becker Library this Thursday for a Wikipedia Edit Party! Details at
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Wiki Project Med Feb 5
Did you know that Wikipedia's medical sourcing guidelines require systematic reviews or meta-analyses from the last 5 years, or large randomly-controlled trials? Check it out:
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Jake Orlowitz Jan 29
Even doctors need a memory refresher sometimes—and Wikipedia is perfect for that. via
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Jenny Dawson Jan 24
Great news . I am working on an updated project page listing Reviews that are not yet cited in Wiki (organized by CRG). It will be ready in a few days. In the meantime, you are welcome to check out my "cheat sheet" for how to edit
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Dario Taraborelli Jan 22
“The Most Influential Medical Journals According to Wikipedia: Quantitative Analysis” — et al (2019)
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Jenny Dawson Jan 18
An interesting breakdown of which medical journals are cited on Wikipedia. I am proud to be part of .
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WikiResearch Dec 11
“Asthma Information Seeking via Wikipedia Between 2015 and 2018: Implications for Awareness Promotion." —Jabaley et al (2018) 💰 cc
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Jacob de Wolff Dec 16
How to fix this? Well, often pops up pretty high in the search results. Over the years a bunch of dedicated editors has been trying to make its medical content as reliable as possible. There is still loads to do!
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Jenny Dawson Nov 22
This video was a nice opportunity to highlight the Cochrane Wikipedia Project and the importance of Wikipedia as a means to share health-related knowledge with the world
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UCF Emergency Medicine Residency Orlando Oct 25
UCFCOM 4th yr med student elective started 4th course, under direction of faculty member & . Concluded day w/ UCSF & WMed collaboration, over live video chat. Looking forward to see their global impact!
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Retraction Watch Oct 25
We’re officially launching our database today. Here’s what you need to know.
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