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-- You were welcomed by Gobblehook. You can ask him/her any questions about the Street Medic Wikia by clicking here.

I think the welcome box just might work! Gobblehook 08:03, 8 December 2006 (UTC)

Thanks for the encouragement. I'll be out of contact for the better part of the next week, though, doing medic support for the Ardoch Algonquin in Toronto.


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I can't make that shit look right.


Hi, I am having some difficulty cleaning up some dead end pages and categories. I created a category and page titled "How to Organize A Street Medic Training" (notice the inconsitency in capitalization). I then adjusted and created an apporopriate category which is now linked on the front page ("How To Organize A Street Medic Training"). However the old category is out there floating around along with old blank pages... not sure how to delete it. Sorry to clog up the system like that, but I don't think I have the admin privledges to delete pages or categories. Help?

p.s. the above message is from Brassgoat 17:34, April 10, 2012 (UTC)

Hello Gobblehook,

Why do you not provide references or citations for the material on your wiki? There is a lot of tricky information here but it isn't verified or even referencing other websites.

Having a dedicated wiki for street medics is a great idea, as many other sources (like https://litfl.com/) won't be directly applicable or may not be accessible for those without the higher levels of health literacy.

Is there a reason there isn't a higher editorial standard for the content? 12:53, May 28, 2020 (UTC)otaod

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