Public Access Policy for Federally Funded Research

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The Department of Health & Human Services, which includes ACL, AHRQ, ASPR, CDC, FDA, and NIH (OPDIVs) is providing a common framework for OPDIVs to work synergistically in implementing their public access plans while recognizing their unique missions and stakeholder needs. http://www.hhs.gov/open/public-access-guiding-principles/index.html#

Publications

The OPDIVs will utilize existing infrastructure developed by the National Library of Medicine (NLM): 1) PubMed Central, a web-based repository of biomedical journal literature providing free, unrestricted access to full-text articles; 2) PubMed, a publicly available database of journal citations; and 3) the NIH Manuscript Submission System (NIHMS) for the deposit of final peer-reviewed manuscripts or published articles.   The OPDIVs will require a common embargo period of not more than 12 months after publication date.  For specifics for each OPDIV, consult the individual public access policies http://www.hhs.gov/open/publicaccess/

Get started >>  Use the National Library of Medicine Manuscript Submission System (NIHMS):  https://www.nihms.nih.gov/

 

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Questions or comments about open access issues at the University of Minnesota, and in general, can be directed to openaccess@umn.edu.