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NIH Public Access Policy resources

The OHSU Library has created a guide for helping OHSU investigators and administrators manage compliance with the NIH Public Access Policy. The site includes: Step-by-step guidance on how to comply when submitting a new publication, as well as how to demonstrate compliance after publication. Frequently asked questions about the NIH Public Access Policy from OHSU investigators. Specific instructions on how to comply when working with Elsevier, Nature, Lipincott Williams & Wilkins, and Springer. Visit the … Read More

Reminder: NIH Public Access Policy brown bag, March 1

Research Funding & Development Services and the OHSU Library invite you to a brown bag session to discuss how to manage NIH Public Access Policy requirements, which may impact processing of grant funds starting July 1, 2013. Refer to the NIH notice on Changes to Public Access Policy Reporting Requirements for more information, including details for both electronic and paper progress reporting. What: Tools for NIH Public Access Policy Compliance When: Friday, March 1, 2013 … Read More

NIH Public Access Policy changes coming that will affect your funding

Updated 2/14: The brown bag session has been postponed until Friday, March 1 due to a scheduling conflict. You probably know you need a Pub Med Central ID number for all publications from April 2008 and later that have been supported by the NIH. You may have even gotten a reminder when you submit your progress reports. But starting ┬áthis spring, the NIH will be adding some teeth to the enforcement of this policy: funds … Read More

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