MiRoR brings together 6 non-academic partners and 4 academic partners including 3 international research organisations. Some partners will host students during secondments or for short-visits and all will participate in training.
BioMed Central is an STM publisher of 272 peer-reviewed journals that has pioneered the open-access publishing model. The STM publishing industry has been the fastest-growing sub-sector of the media industry over the past 15 years.
|The British Medical Journal (BMJ)
BMJ is a global academic publisher providing a wide range of evidence-based medicine products to healthcare professionals and institutional clients: academic institutions, governments and Ministries of Health, healthcare providers and medical societies. It offers a comprehensive information support system that improves patient outcomes and the decisions people make every day. The company also offers many other products for clinicians, such as BMJ Careers and BMJ Learning.
Cochrane promotes evidence-informed health decision-making by producing high-quality, relevant, accessible systematic reviews. Cochrane comprises 54 Review groups (responsible for performing systematic reviews in specific medical area) and 16 Methods groups at the forefront of new methodological development in systematic reviews and a Consumer network to involve healthcare consumers in the production of Cochrane Systematic Reviews.
|European Clinical research Infrastructure network (ECRIN)
ECRIN provides information, consulting and services to investigators and sponsors in the preparation and the conduct of multinational clinical studies, for any category of clinical research and in any disease area. ECRIN is based on the connection of coordinating centres for national networks of clinical research centres and clinical trials units, able to provide support and services to multinational clinical research.
|University of Oxford, EQUATOR network
The EQUATOR (Enhancing the QUAlity and Transparency Of health Research) Network is an international initiative that seeks to improve the reliability and value of published health research literature by promoting transparent and accurate reporting and wider use of robust reporting guidelines. It is the first coordinated attempt to tackle the problems of inadequate reporting systematically and on a global scale; it advances the work done by individual groups over the last 15 years.
|Ottawa Hospital Research Institute
Research at OHRI focuses on answering important health questions and translating new findings into benefits for patients and society.
|The Meta-Research Innovation Center at Stanford University
The first interdisciplinary centre launched at Stanford University that focuses on performing research on research and on promoting research practices that can improve the efficiency and credibility of scientific investigation (METRICS). METRICS is performing highly influential research on research.
|National Institute for Health and Care Excellence
A national institution using clinical research results to develop national guidance, NICE has established a worldwide reputation for producing authoritative, evidence-based advice and guidelines for health, public
A small company for medical writing and publication who offers training and consultancy to pharmaceutical companies, medical communication agencies, journal editors, publishers and universitites.
|University of Paris-Saclay
19 varied but complementary institutions make up Université Paris-Saclay: two universities, eleven prestigious university-level colleges and seven research organizations. To meet the challenge of global competition in terms of education, research and innovation, these institutions decided to work together on a common project in 2014: Université Paris-Saclay, by pooling courses and research of the highest national and international standards.