The UCL Great Ormond Street Institute of Child Health is launching a platform for rapid, author-led publication and open peer review of any research focusing on child health.
The platform, UCL Child Health Open Research, is being launched in late 2017 and built and supported by F1000, a provider of a suite of services to support researchers, institutions and funders and will enable the publication of child health research from University College London (UCL) with greater speed and transparency.
Any author affiliated with UCL Great Ormond Street Institute of Child Health as well as any other UCL resercher studying child health will be able to use the platform to publish any research or data they wish to share. The platform will use the same model that has been established for F1000Research and Wellcome Open Research.
You can also find our more from Institute Director Professor Rosalind Smyth and [martin elliot's details] in their guest blog 'Bringing our research and innovation ethos to publishing'.