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posted on: 23 Jun 2014 - 12:53
Is Wikipedia’s medical content really 90% wrong?
Anwesh Chatterjee is a pulmonologist in the United Kingdom and longtime Wikipedia editor. He is the primary author of Wikipedia’s lung cancer article – one of those criticized by Hasty et al. Robin M.T. Cooke is a peer-reviewed author with an interest in biomedical research, who collaborates with Wikipedia's medicine projects. read more
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posted on: 10 Jun 2014 - 05:07
How may I help you? The future of Cochrane Training
Miranda Cumpston is Cochrane’s Senior Training Co-ordinator, and is based at the Australasian Cochrane Centre in Melbourne. Her background is in health policy and public health, and she has been working for Cochrane, in Canada and Australia, since 2004. read more
posted on: 13 May 2014 - 13:55
Cochrane Collaboration recruits talented Wikipedian In Residence
Jake Orlowitz is an experienced Wikipedia editor and administrator, and a member of the Wiki Project Med Foundation board. He has been working with Cochrane contributors for more than a year on taking forward a working partnership between Cochrane and Wikipedia. In this blog post, he looks at the latest developments in this collaborative venture. Cross-posted, with permission, from the Wikimedia... read more
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posted on: 1 May 2014 - 08:51
Communicating uncertainty of results: From ‘No difference’ to estimation in 9 links
Toby Lasserson has been a Senior Editor at the Cochrane Editorial Unit (CEU) since 2010. In this blog post he reflects on the challenges of communicating statistical results and summarises a number of resources that might help authors report their findings in comprehensible and useful ways. read more
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