WikEM, The Global Emergency Medicine Wiki, is the world's largest emergency medicine open-access reference resource. Our highly acclaimed content is freely available via the internet and our dedicated mobile applications. If you are a medical practitioner, join our contributor community and share your important knowledge with the world.
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Our new redesign is live! Please provide any comments on this forum thread https://forum.wikem.org/t/redesign-feedback/936
The login issues that have plagued many users especially on Android during the last week should hopefully be fixed. Thank you for bearing with us as we grow. As always, if you enjoy WikEM, please donate. Everything from the software to the content is made for free and open use. Without a small amount of money software development and maintenance for WikEM is not possible.
A recent issue with our android app and in preparation for our site upgrade we are undergoing maintenance. We anticipate being online within the next hour.… Read more
Update: the app has been restored.
For an unknown reason, our Android app has just been removed from the app store. Little to no information has been provided to us from Google and we are working to get the app reinstated.… Read more
Ever wonder who puts all the great content in WikEM and keeps it up to date? Well, you do! WikEM is a wiki, open to medical providers around the world. Join our contributor community and help ensure this fantastic open-access resource has the most accurate and recent information ready at your fingertips. While you’re at it, you can additionally be recognized as a WikEM editor through our open and transparent promotion process. Join us!
The WikEM Editors
Editor in Chief
Ross Donaldson, MD, MPH, CTropMed, FACEP
Daniel G. Ostermayer, MD
Claire Lewis, MD
Michael Holtz, MD
Neil M. Young, MD
Senior Associate Editor
Kevin Lu, MD
Last month we had a disastrous bug that caused many users to download high definition images over their cellular connection. In the coming app update we will be rolling out a new feature that allows for control over downloaded content. Although initially on iOS it will follow on android. From the updates icon on the WikEM app launch screen you can see the following toggles to control downloaded and updated content.
You may have noticed algorithm diagrams supplementing various topics on WikEM. They’re part of the WikEM Algorithm Project, a continuing partnership with ddxof.com (differential diagnosis of). The WikEM algorithms are developed to serve as rapid emergency department references for differential diagnosis generation, clinical decision rule application, and critical management steps. They also serve as convenient teaching tools for educators.
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