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.

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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 2022: Adrian Cush, Aishath Mahfooza, Alaa Noureldeen Kora, Alessandro Carlucci, Alessandro Pagano, Alessia Girolami, Alexandra Diggles, Alistair Gardner, Alla Melman, Amanda Lee, Anand Kumar, Andrea Gardoni, Angela Huang, Anne Jahn, Antonella Saponara, Athilas Braga, Ayyappan Jayavel, Benjamin Fun, Bernadette Petzel, Bernadine Teng, Brenda Lucciano, Brett Doring, Brice Pennicott, Carlos Sanchez Medina, Christine Tadros, Ciara Harris, Clare Walsh, Claudia Sarno, Claudio Cordani, Connor Gleadhill, Daniel Gurin, Daniele Conte, David Fernandez Hernando, David Liska, Dennis Boer, Diego Poddighe, Donato Fontanarosa, Elena Ierardi, Elif Kirdi, Elisa Ravizzotti, Emre Ilhan, Eurose Majadas, Fereshteh Pourakzemi, Frank Aerts, Gabriel Farhat, Gary Koh, Gerardo Candoni, Gessica Tondini, Gul Oznur Karabicak, Gustavo Padovezi, Henry Pak, Hironobu Uzawa, Hubert Makaruk, Hwee Kuan ong, Ilkim Karakaya, Irene Toh, Janio Luiz Correia Junior, Jean-Philippe Regnaux, Jeremy Hobbs, Jess Chan, Jiayen Wong, John Tan, Joris van der Steen, Joshua Zadro, Julia Chevan, Juliana Wang, Julio Fernandes de Jesus, Junior Vitorino Fandim, Kamil Adamiec, Kathrin Fiedler, Keegan Bow, Kerry West, Kyle Hardie, Lana Erjavec, Laura Crowe-Owen, Laura Marcellis, Leonardo Piano, Letizia Micca, Li Khim Kwah, Llanos de la Iglesia Avila, Lorenzo Vannucci, Louise Lu, Luca Bertazzoni, Lucas Henrique Caetano Carmona dos Santos, Luiz Gomez, Maciej Plaszewski, Mahsa Seydi, Manuela Besomi, Marco Bisozzi, Marco Bravi, Maria Letizia Zuccotti, Maribeth Gelisanga, Matt Cranney, Matteo Gaucci, Matteo Locatelli, Megan Donovan, Megan Ho, Michelle Istria, Michelle Liu, Ming Yi Tay, Monica Castiglioni, Muhammad Norrisman Bin Mohamed Hassan, Mykola Romanyshyn, Nicolas Ferrara, Paoline Li, Pedro Andreo, Peter Geagea, Pirashikah Prahatheesan, Riccardo Guarise, Rik Dawson, Roberto Napoli, Robyn Porep, Rodrigo Cappato, Roger Andrey, Ruth Chua, Ryan Carroll, Sabrina Grappiolo, Sacha Bossina, Seow Yee Teo, Shaimaa Eldeeb, Shalin Patel, Shamala Thilarajah, Sigrid Ryeng Alnes, Siti Khalijah, So Nishimura, Sonam Jethwa, Stefan Liebsch, Stephen Chan, Syl Slatman, Sylvia Liew, Tory Toogood, Tracy Ong, Uwe Eggerickx, Valentin Valliant, Viji Navamany, Vladyslav Talalaiev, Weronika Krzepkowska, Wint Shwe Sin, Xavier Lee, Yasmeen Binte Jalani, Yian Nee Chiew, Zoe Nicholas.

The following people kindly translated the PEDro web pages:

The following people kindly contributed to PEDro and DiTA operations during 2022:

The following people are university ‘PEDro Champions’ who ensure PEDro is taught in the curriculum as an evidence-based resource for students, clinicians, educators and researchers:

Staff and contractors

Several staff are employed to develop and maintain PEDro. The staff for 2023 include:

Geraldine Wallbank

Institute for Musculoskeletal Health at the University of Sydney and Sydney Local Health District, Australia
Geraldine is the Senior project officer of PEDro and manages the production and development of the PEDro resource, communications and operations. Geraldine is also a clinical trial manager and PhD candidate. Her research focuses on promoting physical activity participation for healthy ageing.

Courtney West

Sydney Musculoskeletal Health and Institute for Musculoskeletal Health, at the University of Sydney, Sydney Local Health District and Northern Sydney Local Health District, Australia
Courtney is a Research Assistant and Media and Communications project support officer. Courtney assists in the day-to-day running of PEDro and clinical trials. She also manages a number of social media pages and is involved in the creation of videos and infographics.

Venisa Kwok

Institute for Musculoskeletal Health at the University of Sydney and Sydney Local Health District, Australia
Venisa is a PEDro production officer and rater, who assists with screening articles meeting the PEDro criteria for indexing and rating trials. Venisa is also a PhD candidate. Her research interest interests focus on preventing falls and fall-related injuries in older adults.

Theresa Ford

Institute for Musculoskeletal Health at the University of Sydney and Sydney Local Health District, Australia
Theresa is a casual PEDro rater. Her physiotherapy areas of interest are Women’s Health, Lymphoedema and Neurological and Musculoskeletal rehabilitation.

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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