User:Abhijeet Safai

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Hello everyone! Greetings! I am Dr. Abhijeet. I am interested in science related articles in general and medicine & clinical research related articles in particular. I am interested in editing articles related to inspiring personalities as well.

Mr. Narendra Naidu (Naidu Sir) is my friend - guide - philosopher who is a very inspiring personality. I must mention his name while writing introduction about me because if you can find some good qualities in me, be assured that many of them are because of him.

I got inspired to edit Wikipedia by AshLin sir. I really like his nature and his way of explaining things. By getting inspired from Doc James, I am more interested in editing medicine related articles now.

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Noia 64 apps karm.svg This user has been on Wikipedia for 8 years, 6 months and 12 days.

Policies I liked on Wikipedia[edit]

Here is a list of policies / essays I like on Wikipedia. They are not only good for Wikipedia, but I have been benefited by some of them in my personal life as well. Assume Good Faith and Don't Take the Bait are my most favorite policies.

I plan to create following articles[edit]

  1. Clinical research in India
  2. Signature Track
  3. Dr. Anjan Dey
  4. Schedule Y amendments
  5. Drug Price Control Order
  6. Health Outcome
  7. Health measurement
  8. Data narratives
  9. National Health Policy of India
  10. Perspectives in clinical research
  11. Regulations in clinical research
  12. Power Searching with Google
  13. Structured data (A separate article is needed in my opinion on this topic. Currently this page is redirected to Data model.)
  14. Ashok Vaidya (It seems that this article is deleted now. I would request interested editors to create this page again.) Here I am trying to rewrite the article. Others are welcome to help.
  15. Ravindra Ghooi (It seems that this article is deleted now. I would request interested editors to create this page again.)
  16. Health research (A separate article is needed in my opinion on this topic. Currently, this page is redirected to pubic health.)
  17. Indian GCP
  18. Read down

Material to be added[edit]

proposed Bill on Biomedical Research on Human Participants(Promotion and Regulation)

I plan to contribute for following articles[edit]

  1. Anil Awachat
  2. Prasoon Joshi
  3. Kailash Kher
  4. Raghu Ram

Material to be added[edit]

  • neyman fallacy
  • Hard coded date format

Things I plan to read[edit]

  2. Wikipedia:Manual of Style/Lead section
  6. [Wikipedia:Verifiability, not truth Wikipedia:Verifiability, not truth]

Useful Tools[edit]

Tip of the day[edit]

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