How to add WikiDoc Contributions to CV

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Editor-In-Chief: C. Michael Gibson, M.S., M.D. [1] Associate Editor(s)-in-Chief: Sabawoon Mirwais, M.B.B.S, M.D.[2]

Copying Web Address

  • Authors can copy the web address of the page that has been created/edited and use it as a reference.
  • Clicking on the link of the web address will lead the reader to the page where edits have been made.
  • The image given below can serve as an example:
Authors can copy the web address (blue arrow) of any created/edited page (click to enlarge the screen capture).


Adding to Your CV

  • Use the following format:
  • You can obtain the web address of your contribution isolated in the WikiDoc history by clicking "View history" on the web page you edited and selecting one or more adjacent entries to view.
  • The image given below can serve as an example:
Isolating your contribution to a page by clicking "View History" on the page that you edited (click to enlarge the screen capture).


Adding to Electronic Residency Application Service® (ERAS®)

  • If you plan to apply to a medical residency or fellowship program, the MyERAS website has the following publication type that can include WikiDoc edits: "Non Peer Reviewed Online Publication".
  • The image given below can serve as a guide:
Entering a wiki edit into your CV at ERAS (click to enlarge the screen capture).


Keeping Track of Your Activity

  • Authors can keep track of their activity and, if needed, can also quote their contribution.
  • Portals which enable the authors to do so are enlisted below:

1. Total Edit Count

  • To check the count of total edits made by any author, click here.
  • The image below can serve as a guide:
Type your username in the 'user search bar' and click submit (click to enlarge the screen capture).


2. Active Users List

  • This list shows the activity of authors within the last 30 days.
  • To view the list, click here.

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