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Wikipedia and Medicine: a Look at Readership, Editor Numbers, and the Significance of Language
Authors
James Heilman
Publication date
2014
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Wikipedia and Medicine: a Look at Readership, Editor Numbers, and the Significance of Language - scientific work related to Wikipedia quality published in 2014, written by James Heilman.

Overview

Wikipedia in January of 2014 was referred to as “the single leading source of medical information for patients and healthcare professionals” by the IMS Institute for Healthcare Informatics. It is a source of information for 50% to 70% of physicians in clinical practice and has also been reported as the single most used resource by medical students.

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Heilman, James. (2014). "[[Wikipedia and Medicine: a Look at Readership, Editor Numbers, and the Significance of Language]]". JMIR Publications Inc., Toronto, Canada.

English Wikipedia

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Heilman, James. (2014). &quot;<a href="https://wikipediaquality.com/wiki/Wikipedia_and_Medicine:_a_Look_at_Readership,_Editor_Numbers,_and_the_Significance_of_Language">Wikipedia and Medicine: a Look at Readership, Editor Numbers, and the Significance of Language</a>&quot;. JMIR Publications Inc., Toronto, Canada.