Wikipedia vs peer-reviewed medical literature for information about the 10 most costly medical conditions

From Brede Wiki
Jump to: navigation, search
Paper (help)
Wikipedia vs peer-reviewed medical literature for information about the 10 most costly medical conditions
Authors: Robert T. Hasty, Ryan C. Garbalosa, Vincenzo A. Barbato, Pedro J. Jr Valdes, David W. Powers, Emmanuel Hernandez, Jones S. John, Gabriel Suciu, Farheen Qureshi, Matei Popa-Radu, Sergio San Jose, Nathaniel Drexler, Rohan Patankar, Jose R. Paz, Christopher W. King, Hilary N. Gerber, Michael G. Valladares, Alyaz A. Somji
Citation: The Journal of the American Osteopathic Association 114 (5): 368-363. 2014 May
Database(s): Google Scholar cites PubMed (PMID/24778001)
DOI: 10.7556/jaoa.2014.035.
Link(s): http://www.jaoa.org/content/114/5/368.full.pdf
Search
Web: Bing Google Yahoo!Google PDF
Article: BASE Google Scholar PubMed
Restricted: DTU Digital Library
Other: NIF
Services
Format: BibTeX Template from PMID
Extract: Talairach coordinates from linked PDF: CSV-formated wiki-formated

Wikipedia vs peer-reviewed medical literature for information about the 10 most costly medical conditions is a critical paper on the information quality in Wikipedia.

The paper was referenced in the mainstream media, e.g., BBC Trust your doctor, not Wikipedia, say scientists, Jyllands-Posten Læger advarer: Fejlinformation på Wikipedia

WikiProject Medicine scrutinized the study.[1]

There were also several comments in the journal:

  1. Joy H. Fraser, Norman Temple, Wikipedia vs peer-reviewed medical literature for information about the 10 most costly medical conditions-I, http://jaoa.org/article.aspx?articleid=2094583
  2. Jonathan Leo, Jeffrey R. Lacasse, Wikipedia vs peer-reviewed medical literature for information about the 10 most costly medical conditions-II, http://jaoa.org/article.aspx?articleid=2094602
  3. George S. Chen, Yi Xiong, Wikipedia vs peer-reviewed medical literature for information about the 10 most costly medical conditions-III, http://jaoa.org/article.aspx?articleid=2094621
  4. Eric Gurzell, http://jaoa.org/article.aspx?articleid=2094641

[edit] Related papers

  1. Quality of information sources about mental disorders: a comparison of Wikipedia with centrally controlled web and printed sources

[edit] References

  1. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia_talk:WikiProject_Medicine/Archive_48#Poor_paper_.5B4.5D_on_Wikipedia
Personal tools