Board review project
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The goal of the Board Review Questions Project is to create a universally accessible free repository of Board Review Questions which are targeted at multiple educational levels. All questions must be original and cannot violate WikiDoc's strict policies regarding plagiarism. Liability related to copyright violations regarding board review questions rests with the person who prepared the question. Please notify WikiDoc in writing if you feel that there has been a copyright violation regarding a board review question. Board review questions are reviewed and discussed by the WikiDoc Scholars on Monday mornings at 10:30 AM Eastern time. After creating the questions, the editor must quality check his or her own work using the following WBR quality checklist. Board review questions must be approved by the peer-review process prior to uploading them onto WikiDoc.
Statement of Need
- Current board review sites charge exorbitant fees for access to the content which may represent an undue financial burden and barrier to participation for medical school and residency applicants alike.
How Can WikiDoc Meet Those Needs?
WikiDoc scholars board review project has several goals, and some of those are:
- Provide a robust resource for medical students and graduates preparing for the boards
- Provide opportunities for WikiDoc scholars on campus to exchange knowledge, strategies and test-taking skills
How Can You Help WikiDoc Meet Those Needs?
- WikiDoc encourages medical students, interns, residents, fellows, and attending level faculty members to submit board review questions.
- The WikiDoc Board Review Team meets every Monday at 10:30 AM in the Longwood Medical Area. The meeting is led by Will Gibson, an M.D., Ph.D. candidate from Harvard Medical School. For more details, you can send an email to email@example.com.