Our team of academic scholars is continuously reviewing and improving our extensive content library. This happens throughout the initial creation process and also on an ongoing basis as new errata is released.

This occurs in a few different ways:

• Annual comprehensive audits

• New textbook releases

• Continuous community input


If content is flagged for an inaccuracy, it is prioritized for review by our academic scholars, fixed if inaccurate, and an updated Picmonic is published as quickly as possible. Our team of academic scholars reference evidence-based resources (including PubMed, JSTOR, UpToDate, First Aid, DynaMed, the National Center for Biotechnology and Science Direct, and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention) to ensure we have the most accurate and up-to-date information, and all updates are subjected to an extensive peer review process.

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