Published on in Vol 3, No 2 (2017): Jul-Dec

Preprints (earlier versions) of this paper are available at https://preprints.jmir.org/preprint/8188, first published .
Comparison of the Impact of Wikipedia, UpToDate, and a Digital Textbook on Short-Term Knowledge Acquisition Among Medical Students: Randomized Controlled Trial of Three Web-Based Resources

Comparison of the Impact of Wikipedia, UpToDate, and a Digital Textbook on Short-Term Knowledge Acquisition Among Medical Students: Randomized Controlled Trial of Three Web-Based Resources

Comparison of the Impact of Wikipedia, UpToDate, and a Digital Textbook on Short-Term Knowledge Acquisition Among Medical Students: Randomized Controlled Trial of Three Web-Based Resources

Journals

  1. Suwannakhan A, Casanova‐Martínez D, Yurasakpong L, Montriwat P, Meemon K, Limpanuparb T. The Quality and Readability of English Wikipedia Anatomy Articles. Anatomical Sciences Education 2020;13(4):475 View
  2. Pascoe M. Web Browsing Habits of Healthcare Professions Students in Gross Anatomy Laboratory. Anatomical Sciences Education 2020;13(4):520 View
  3. Laurent M. Wikipedia, The Free Online Medical Encyclopedia Anyone Can Plagiarize: Time to Address Wiki-Plagiarism. Publishing Research Quarterly 2020;36(3):399 View
  4. Smith D, Triberti S. Situating Wikipedia as a health information resource in various contexts: A scoping review. PLOS ONE 2020;15(2):e0228786 View
  5. De Oliveira G. The COVID-19 pandemic, commodity trading, and the required changes to ensure a promising future for the anesthesiology specialty: A call to action. Journal of Clinical Anesthesia 2020;66:109960 View
  6. Willinsky J, Maggio L. Is Medical Education Ready for Universal Open Access to Research?. Journal of Graduate Medical Education 2019;11(6):621 View
  7. Jemielniak D, Masukume G, Wilamowski M. The Most Influential Medical Journals According to Wikipedia: Quantitative Analysis. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2019;21(1):e11429 View
  8. Yacob M, Lotfi S, Tang S, Jetty P. Wikipedia in Vascular Surgery Medical Education: Comparative Study. JMIR Medical Education 2020;6(1):e18076 View
  9. Maggio L, Steinberg R, Piccardi T, Willinsky J. Reader engagement with medical content on Wikipedia. eLife 2020;9 View
  10. Chan T, Dzara K, Dimeo S, Bhalerao A, Maggio L. Social media in knowledge translation and education for physicians and trainees: a scoping review. Perspectives on Medical Education 2020;9(1):20 View
  11. Masukume G. Why and how medical schools, peer-reviewed journals, and research funders should promote Wikipedia editing. Studies in Higher Education 2020;45(5):984 View
  12. Apollonio D, Broyde K, Azzam A, De Guia M, Heilman J, Brock T. Pharmacy students can improve access to quality medicines information by editing Wikipedia articles. BMC Medical Education 2018;18(1) View
  13. Ahmed S, Zimba O, Gasparyan A. Moving towards online rheumatology education in the era of COVID-19. Clinical Rheumatology 2020;39(11):3215 View
  14. Kantarovich D, Vollbrecht H, Cruz S, Castillo H, Lee C, Kushner J, Leng J, Morgan V, Hellman K. Wikipedia: A Medical Student Educational Project to Edit Wikipedia in Preparation for Practicing Evidence-Based Pain Medicine. Journal of Medical Education and Curricular Development 2020;7:238212052095969 View
  15. Mehler A, Hemati W, Welke P, Konca M, Uslu T. Multiple Texts as a Limiting Factor in Online Learning: Quantifying (Dis-)similarities of Knowledge Networks. Frontiers in Education 2020;5 View
  16. Doherty C, Joorabchi A, Megyesi P, Flynn A, Caulfield B. Physiotherapists’ Use of Web-Based Information Resources to Fulfill Their Information Needs During a Theoretical Examination: Randomized Crossover Trial. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2020;22(12):e19747 View
  17. Farsi D. Social Media and Health Care, Part I: Literature Review of Social Media Use by Health Care Providers. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2021;23(4):e23205 View
  18. Alabdulwahhab K, Kazmi S, Sami W, Almujel K, Alanazi M, Alanazi K, Moyana A, Ahmad M, Alasbali T, Al Alwadani F, Sattar K. Use of online resources by undergraduate medical students at College of Medicine, Majmaah University, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. PLOS ONE 2021;16(8):e0255635 View

Books/Policy Documents

  1. Hersh W. Information Retrieval: A Biomedical and Health Perspective. View
  2. Hersh W. Biomedical Informatics. View