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Our first several completed and certified monographs are now up. Once a monograph completes the review process it is “locked down” to be protected from malicious edits. Our certified monographs are:
This progress would not have been possible without the amazing efforts of a handful of fourth-year professional Pharm.D. students at the University at Buffalo. Their user pages are linked from the above records and I encourage everyone to visit them.
More news to come soon.
Didja’ see it? Stew overcame the biggest problem with Wikis for health information:
Once a monograph completes the review process it is “locked down” to be protected from malicious edits.
And from the certification header on a monograph, evidence that despite this necessary lockdown of content, it still maintains some benefits of communal review and critique:
This document cannot be edited without being unlocked by the PubDrug admin. Edits or updates may be recommended under the Discussion tab for this document.
I am absolutely not qualified to comment on the content of these monographs, but this seems to me like an impressive start to the PubDrug project. Congratulations to all involved. 🙂
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