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For those who are interested in becoming part of our collective project by helping us to build the world's largest evidence-based, open access database supporting natural medicine, please watch the following video tutorial on what it takes to enter in a study through our semi-automatic system, and read the role descriptions and compensation that follows.
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Sayer Ji, founder
THE GMI-RESEARCHER ROLE INVITATION AND EXPLANATION
Task: Enter compelling studies from https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov using our semi-automated parser in order to enrich the database for the public at large.
Commitment and Compensation Options
Level 1) No minimum study entries required. We understand that some of our participants are researchers, students, teachers, or busy parents, and only occasionally have the time or opportunity to stumble upon a 'clinical gem' and enter it. Your account is always ready to go, and can be utilized at any point. Also, feel free to simply email links to the studies, if you don't have time to login and enter one. You can email them to email@example.com.
Level 2) 15 studies entered a month. In exchange for your work, you will receive a GMI basic membership, a $119.40 a year value.
Level 3) 50 studies entered a month. In exchange for your work, you will receive a GMI professional membership, a $239.40 a year value.
Level 3 GMI-Researchers will also become part of our developmental team, with the ability to interact, learn and share directly with the founders and their diverse advisory board.
Lastly, there is a potential for paid compensation in the future, as this role is vital to the growth of our project. Depending on the success of the Level 3 participants, we will be choosing an intern as soon as the opportunity arises. Other arrangements may be made depending on the qualifications and need of the participating researchers.
If you are already a basic or pro member, contact us to activate the researcher feature.
Email us now to become a GMI-Researcher! Please specify your expected level of commitment (e.g. Level 1,2,3).