New guide looks to help developing countries in crafting research partnerships

07/18/2013 | SciDev.net

The Council on Health Research for Development has published a guide that it hopes will level the playing field in global health research partnerships. Institutions in low- and middle-income countries "are increasingly capable of conducting research and innovation to improve their population health outcomes," said co-author Debbie Marais. The guide aims to help researchers in developing countries gauge key issues while entering into research partnerships with other countries, particularly high-income countries.

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