Supporters

PEDro is produced on a not-for-profit basis with financial support from industry partners, granting bodies, and donations from organisations and individuals. Help PEDro grow by making a donation or contacting us to discuss a partnership.

Since its inception, PEDro has been supported by several organisations and many individuals. Current supporters are listed below. The PEDro Partnership expresses its gratitude to these organisations and individuals but retains editorial independence from them.

Foundation partner

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Partners

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Association partners

Collaborators

British Journal of Sports Medicine
The British Journal of Sports Medicine has published five editorials about PEDro (Amorim et al 2020, Kamper et al 2015, Kamper et al 2014, Elkins et al 2013, and Sherrington et al 2010) and included a summary of a systematic review indexed on PEDro in most issues in 2011-2018.

PEDro has also received assistance from a large number of volunteers who have given freely of their time and skills. The following people rated trials for PEDro during 2021: Alaa Noureldeen Kora, Alessandro Pagano, Alexandra Barnes, Alistair Gardner, Ana Cristina Castro Avila, Ana Salles, Andrea Gardoni, Anne Jahn, Antonella Saponara, Athilas Braga, Bernadette Petzel, Bernadine Teng, Brenda Lucciano, Brice Pennicott, Carlos Sanchez Medina, Cecilia Bagnoli, Christine Tadros, Ciara Harris, Clare Walsh, Claudia Sarno, Claudio Cordani, Connie Jensen, Connor Gleadhill, Daniel Gurin, Daniele Conte, David Fernandez Hernando, David Liska, Diego Poddighe, Elena Ierardi, Elisa Ravizzotti, Emre Ilhan, Eurose Majadas, Eva Ursej, Fereshteh Pourakzemi, Frank Aerts, Gabriel Farhat, Gerardo Candoni, Gessica Tondini, Giovanni Ferreira, Gul Oznur Karabicak, Harry Truong, Henry Pak, Hironobu Uzawa, Hopin Lee, Hubert Makaruk, Ilkim Karakaya, Irene Scotto, Janio Luiz Correia Junior, Jean-Philippe Regnaux, Jess Chan, Jiayen Wong, Joshua Zadro, Julia Chevan, Juliana Fernandes, Julio Fernandes de Jesus, Junior Vitorino Fandim, Kamil Adamiec, Kathrin Fiedler, Kerry West, Kylie Turton, Laura Blanco, Laura Crowe-Owen, Laura Daly, Leonardo Piano, Letizia Micca, Llanos de la Iglesia Avila, Lorenzo Vannucci, Luca Bertazzoni, Maciej Plaszewski, Mahsa Seydi, Mai Kenawy, Manuela Besomi, Marco Bisozzi, Marco Bordino, Marco Bravi, Maria Alva Staufert, Maria Letizia Zuccotti, Maribeth Gelisanga, Matteo Gaucci, Matteo Locatelli, Mia Boye Nyvang, Michelle Liu, Mykola Romanyshyn, Nicolas Ferrara, Paoline Li, Paolo Caneparo, Pedro Andreo, Peter Geagea, Pirashikah Prahatheesan, Rik Dawson, Robyn Porep, Rodrigo Cappato, Roger Andrey, Ryan Carroll, Sabrina Grappiolo, Sacha Bossina, Scott Wilson, Shahn Aldrouich, Shaimaa Eldeeb, Shalin Patel, So Nishimura, Stacey Cubitt, Stefan Liebsch, Stefano Berrone, Stephen Chan, Sukhjit Singh, Tim Oostenbroek, Tory Toogood, Uwe Eggerickx, Vaishnavi Kulkarni, Valentin Valliant, Vladyslav Talalaiev, Weronika Krzepkowska, Yaroslav Sybiriankin, Ye Tao Xu, Zoe Nicholas, Zoe Russell.

The following people kindly translated the PEDro web pages:

Staff and contractors

Several staff are employed to develop and maintain PEDro. The staff for 2021 include: Chen Qiuzhe, Johnny Kang, Jooeun Song, Julia Scott, Sweekriti Sharma, Theresa Ford, Yen-Ning Lin.

PEDro is hosted by Neuroscience Research Australia (NeuRA).

We contract the following information technology companies to produce PEDro:

  • Andrew Duncan from Databuzz is responsible for our database.
  • Cocoon Creative upgraded the PEDro web-site.
  • Phil Paige from ShortRadius is responsible for the interactive search pages.
  • Rose Cox from Purple Prodigy produced the PEDro training site.

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