We have a website in the health niche with 415 articles.
All our articles now need to have scientific/medical references added and we're looking for people with strong research skills and experience using Pubmed and with an understanding of identifying learning moments and medical claims. We are interested in using the highest authority sites as reference and this is a list of preferred sources:
1) PubMed: Go and try to find an article to back up a claim and link to the abstract on PubMed. Any link to .gov sources is of the highest quality because they have the most trust.
2) Mayo Clinic and WebMD and [login to view URL]
3) [login to view URL], bloggers that reference their material! Specifically, DO NOT link to pages without references. This is the last resort if we can't find any references from the two other categories. It's possible that the claim in the articles is not proven by science and practice.
34 威客就此工作平均出价 $77
Hi, I am a doctor and medical writer. I have been writing medical papers for the last five years. I am well aware of citations. Let us talk about the price per reference.
Hi there? I am an experienced medical writer with a rich medical background. I have worked on a similar project before thus, I am an excellent candidate for this task. Regards.
Hello, I’m a doctor and i always use these websites for any research i need to make. You’ll get the most recent and most relevant evidence-based links. Thanks, Dalia