I thank you for your answer. I was mainly interested in the medical side of the biomedical use of Wikidata as the session was included in the Health space. It is sure that attendees with limited medical knowledge will suffer a bit. However, I will simplify and explain the medical information during the session when needed. Concerning your first comment, the word "relations" is widely used in Biomedical Informatics domain to mean associations, relationships, statements or links. You can absolutely refer to a simple Google Scholar search query to verify that. https://scholar.google.ca/scholar?hl=fr&as_sdt=0%2C5&q=%22Biomedical+relations%22&btnG=. Concerning your second comment, I changed "of" by for as required.
Houcemeddine Turki (he/him)
Medical Student, Faculty of Medicine of Sfax, University of Sfax, Tunisia
Undergraduate Researcher, UR12SP36
GLAM and Education Coordinator, Wikimedia TN User Group
Member, WikiResearch Tunisia
Member, Wiki Project Med
Member, WikiIndaba Steering Committee
Member, Wikimedia and Library User Group Steering Committee
Co-Founder, WikiLingua Maghreb
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De : Stuart Ray <[hidden email]>
Date : 2019/08/06 02:22 (GMT+01:00)
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Objet : Re: [Wiki-Medicine] My Wikimania presentation slides are available
The slides make sense to me and seem to flow well, highlighting important considerations for WikiData and Medicine; however, they may be challenging for audience members with less medical training.
On the penultimate slide:
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