Wikipedia and Medical Wikis
A wiki is a web page or collection of web pages designed to enable anyone with access to that to contribute to or modify its content via a web browser using a simplified markup language. Wikis are powered by wiki softwares. Wikis serve as platforms for online collaboration, knowledge management and notetaking . Entries can be created, edited or deleted, as well as categories, templates or pages.
KeywordsMedical Professional Neutral Point Online Collaboration Free Open Source Public Health Promotion
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