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NIH Public Access Policy

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Demography Library

on 15 October 2013

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NIH Public Access Policy
The NIH Public Access Policy implements Division G, Title II, Section 218 of PL 110-161 (Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2008). The law states: The Director of the National Institutes of Health shall require that all investigators funded by the NIH submit or have submitted for them to the National Library of Medicine’s PubMed Central an electronic version of their final, peer-reviewed manuscripts upon acceptance for publication, to be made publicly available no later than 12 months after the official date of publication: Provided, That the NIH shall implement the public access policy in a manner consistent with copyright law.
Why should I care?
It's the LAW! (i.e. It's mandatory)
As of July 1, 2013 NIH Funding can get delayed
Compliance looks good for You, the PSC, and Penn
Free and easy access = broader audience = a potentially bigger impact and higher readership
How can we help?
Interpret the policy
Interpret and locate journal/publisher requirements
Provide advice on how to deposit
Communicate with publishers about compliance
Provide authors with a list of PMCID's
Povide PMCIDs for Biosketches
Suggesting Acknowledgment Text
Provide guidance on completing Author Agreements
Obtaining proper grant numbers
Determining if funding is "direct"
Identify problems and solutions
Monitor compliance
Difference between PubMed and PMC
Difference between PMIDs and PMCIDs
Who is responsible for submitting?
Who is responsible for compliance?
Why is the pre-published accepted manuscript what gets submitted?
How do I actually get a PMCID number?
How to submit?
What is the NIHMS?
What is the NIH Public Access Policy?
Who does it apply to?
Why should I care?
How can we help?
How to comply?
What is the NIH Public Access Policy?
NIH's Policy that implements the law that aims to ensure that the TAX PAYING PUBLIC has access to RECENT NIH FUNDED research in the form of PEER-REVIEWED FULL-TEXT article manuscripts in a timely manner.
Who does it apply to?
How to comply!
1. Determine Applicability
2. Address Copyright
3. Acknowledge Funding
4. Submit Paper
5. Cite
& Other Confusing Stuff!
ANYONE authoring or co-authoring a manuscript that will be submitted to a peer-reviewed journal article AND that also has received "Direct Funding" from NIH (If only 1 of several co-authors has received direct funding from NIH their work or the research then this applies)
To NIH PI's authoring/co-authoring or supporting other authors peer-reviewed journal articles that are either receiving direct funding or whose research was directly supported by NIH funding
DIRECT FUNDING = Costs can specifically be identified with a particular NIH funded project, activity, sub award, pilot, training program, etc.
Peer-reviewed journal article; published after April 7, 2008; Directly funded by an NIH grant
Don't sign a publication agreement until you know how the journal/publishers handles NIH funded articles - there may be a separate document to sign or an additional request to make to ensure that the paper can be deposited
When you negotiate with publishers make sure you correctly acknowledge grants and use the acronym NIH with your grant numbers - we've found publishers confused by the acronym NIH being omitted from acknowledgements
There are 4 submission methods - you don't get to pick - the publisher/journal decides which is desired - you have to figure out which so that you know what tole you will play
On your CV's on NIH biosketches, in NIH applications - cite your final PMCIDs and temporary NIHMSIDs if you have them
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