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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If your mobile app is crashing and lacking content, please uninstall and perform a full update upon re-install. The app needs to download the entire wiki and must be performed on wifi. Please do not let your phone sleep during the process as it will interrupt the download. Due to the size of the wiki we cannot perform a background update. If your phone did turn off the screen during setup please click the blue update button in the app and reattempt initial download. After this initial download, pages will only update if changes have occurred since last viewed.… Read more
Out now! Myths in Emergency Medicine debunks and documents the history and facts behind the most pervasive and common myths in Emergency Medicine.
If you newly installed the app or upgraded your phone and reinstalled the app and don’t see any content, connect to wifi and click the blue update button to download a fresh offline copy of the wiki. The app does not update on cellular by default to prevent data charges due to the size of the initial download that must occur for you to have the entire wiki offline… Read more
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.