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Meducation is an online social networking service and educational website for medical students and doctors.
http://navc.com/. I wonder if the same is happening in human medicine?
I looked into the clinical skills section of Meducation because I'm working on identifying clinical skills for veterinary students. My look through Meducation (I know it is human-focused) It made me wonder about ratio of content to seed money/investment so far: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Meducation
Difficult to license authoritative content from the major publishers for a free service? Would like the terms of service, date and authority of resources easier to find. Services like WikiVet in veterinary medicine have as much content and it is freely accessible. Other services like the big veterinary conferences, NAVC for example, are consolidating "content" offering CE, publications, and more all in one portal http://navc.com/. I wonder if the same is happening in human medicine?