The Polish Platform of Medical Research is an innovative portal that provides knowledge, research data and the database of experts in the field of medicine, pharmacy and health sciences. The portal is an excellent place for establishing cooperation between scientific units, experts and business.
The Polish Platform of Medical Research is a multi-centre project, financed by the European Union. The project's partners are medical universities from Białystok, Katowice, Lublin, Szczecin, Warszawa, Wrocław (Leader) and the Nofer Institute of Occupational Medicine in Łódź.
Institutions co-creating PPM implement the guidelines used for the open science in practice. The content of scientific works published in PPM is made available mainly under the Creative Commons license.
The Polish Platform of Medical Research meets the requirements of the WCAG 2.1 standard and reflects the assumptions of a 5-star deployment scheme for Open Data.
We kindly invite you to take a look at the detailed information about the platform, presented in the attached video and to familiarize not only with the home page of the Polish Platform of Medical Research but also with the local partners' websites.
Polish Platform of Medical Research – advertising film 1
Polish Platform of Medical Research – advertising film 2
Polish Platform of Medical Research
Polish Platform of Medical Research – promotion movie
The Polish Platform of Medical Research of the Medical University of Gdańsk (PPM MUG) - a tool of the Current Research Information System (CRIS) type that collects, presents and promotes the profiles and achievements of the MUG's employees, PhD students and students.
The platform is open and available to everyone. It contains information about the MUG's publication achievements dated from 2013 to the present. This information will be updated regularly via API from Bibliografia GUMed database and supplemented with materials from previous years.
An integral part of the PPM MUG is the MUG Repository which enables the archiving and full texts sharing of articles, monographs, chapters, other documents or raw research data in accordance with the OA licences on which they were published.
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