- Use JAC conventions for antimicrobial names and abbreviations
- Use CDC EID conventions for species naming and italicization
- Appropriate taxonomy of microorganisms
Creating a new page
- In general, pages should start as either a syndrome (with a focus on the differential and workup) or a specific organism or disease
- For specific diseases, start with the organism species name as the page title
- If there are multiple diseases that it causes, each of which has a different pathogenesis or management, then they should be split off into separate pages
- e.g. TB starts as M. tuberclosis, which links to separate pages for pulmonary TB, non-pulmonary TB, disseminated/miliary TB, DILI, etc.
- Life Cycle
- Clinical Manifestations
- Prognosis and Complications
- Differential Diagnosis
- Further Reading
- This wiki uses the semantic citation framework
- The process is as follows:
- Go to Find citable metadata (link is on the front page). Search by DOI (or other), and then click "Create". Copy the citation key from the newly-created reference (e.g. "findlater3847").
- In your article, find the place that you wish to insert the reference. The reference can be inserted using a CiteRef and the copied citation key (e.g. "[[CiteRef::findlater3847]]").