This journal club section is inspired by CATs, WikEM.org, Wiki Journal Club, and Best Evidence Based Topics. The main articles in the wiki are narrative reviews. This section allows for producing articles with less risk of bias. There are two types of reviews:
- Single Journal Article: This follows the Wiki Journal Club format. It is a summary and critique of a single seminal journal article in the field of pain and musculoskeletal medicine.
- Critically Appraised Topic (CAT): Review of the literature on a focused question, where it would be too much information for the relevant normal article on the topic or condition. This follows the CAT format. It is a much more limited version of a systematic review. See the literature on different review types and CATs. A good example of a CAT database is the Best Evidence Based Topics.