Access to information makes a difference. A librarian in Myanmar is modernizing the way of delivering literature to students, a physiotherapist in Ethiopia is finding better ways to treat his patients, and a researcher in Zimbabwe is tackling the burden of diabetes. These are just some of the many stories we hear from Research4Life users. Discover more below.
Dr. Jackeline Alger has trained thousands on using Research4Life, leading to improved healthcare, health studies in Honduras, and international recognition.
More than 500 organizations in Ukraine have subscribed to Research4Life collections of resources in less than six months for zero-fee access.
The University of Medical Sciences boasts nationwide recognition in Nigeria: one of the founding librarians says Research4Life was the key to that prominence.
For researchers in Myanmar, access to up-to-date sources is a necessity which few institutes can afford. For more than a decade, Research4Life has made this a dream come true.
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Research4Life wishes to express our deep gratitude to Lenny Rhine as he steps down from his co-chair position in the Capacity Development (CapDev) Committee. Lenny will remain involved in Research4Life, contributing towards the CapDev team and the Country Connector program.
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A warm welcome to our inaugural Research4Life Town Hall! You’ll hear from key leaders in the Partnership about our 2023 strategic plan highlights and plans for 2024. There’ll be an opportunity to learn from Country Connectors making a difference to researchers on the ground, lessons learned and cross pollination of knowledge.
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We spoke with Sarah McDonald, Head of Journals for Edinburgh University Press (EUP), who shared the EUP team’s excitement about joining Research4Life.
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