Links to organisations with similar visions as the Institute
Council for Evidence-based Psychiatry, London, UK
CEP exists to communicate evidence of the potentially harmful effects of psychiatric drugs to the people and institutions in the UK that can make a difference.
Global Health Justice Partnership, Yale, New Haven, USA
Undertakes research and advocacy to ensure more integrity and transparency in clinical research and to bring about a more just system for the development and distribution of medicines. Works to promote transparency and access to key medical product data.
HealthWatch, London, UK
Stands for the assessment and testing of all medical and nutritional treatments, products and procedures, consumer protection, highest standards of education and understanding of evidence-based healthcare by practitioners, the public and the media. Is against misleading advertising, the sale of unproven remedies, unethical marketing, misconduct in clinical trials, media misinformation and government promotion of health and screening programmes unsupported by evidence.
International Institute for Psychiatric Drug Withdrawal, Göteborg, Sweden
Supports the process of reducing and withdrawing from psychiatric drugs through practice, research and training.
International Society of Drug Bulletins
Worldwide network of bulletins and journals on drugs and therapeutics that are financially and intellectually independent of pharmaceutical industry. Founded in 1986, with the support of the WHO Regional Office for Europe.
International civil organization (Spain, Argentina, Uruguay) for transparency, integrity and equity in health policy, healthcare and biomedical research.
Public Citizen, Washington, USA
Public Citizen is a nonprofit consumer advocacy organization that champions the public interest in the halls of power. Defend democracy, resist corporate power and work to ensure that government works for the people – not for big corporations.
Works to end evidence distortion in medicine. The failure to register and fully report clinical trials harms patients, wastes taxpayers’ money, and slows down the development of new treatments and vaccines. It uses research-driven advocacy to develop and promote policy solutions to the public health crisis.
Last updated 1 Novvember 2019