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As the excessive number of userboxes will inform you, I'm a Norwegian male with an interest in upgrading the quality of certain wikipedia articles that I find to be of poor quality, mostly related to psychopharmacology and Japanese koryu martial arts. There are many others, but I don't have unlimited time and energy, so I pick my targets.
I have expressed disagreement with several Wikipedia policies, but try to refrain from violating them. Should I err in this, just let me know; I'm trying to contribute on your terms. WP:IAR may occasionally be applied. Articles that I am currently researching for include those listed on this subpage, which will eventually become a list of pages I have an interest in, with the todo bits split off to another subpage.
While I hope to make a more useful page here eventually, it is not likely that it will happen any time soon.
- Use this citable source to improve the bupropion article, particularly with regards to the incidence of side effects.
- Translate Per Morten Hoff from Norwegian to English. Perhaps flesh it out a bit, if I get around to it.
- Yank fishy unsourced statements from anhedonia on 20070301. Find more data to avoid stubbing it.
Consumer Drug Databases
- British National Formulary UK Prescribing Information from the BNF.
- MEDSAFE New Zealand Drug Data Sheets.
- South African Electronic Drug Package Inserts
- The Comparative Toxicogenomics Database
- Google Books Essential for older drugs.
- Google Scholar A simple way to broadly search for scholarly literature.
- Modafinil was revamped to improve organization, and new content was added.