Help with NIH Public Access Compliance

Apr 22, 2013

 Early this year the National Institutes of Health announced that grants not in compliance with the NIH Public Access Policy will have their grants funds delayed until compliance measures are met. This enforcement will go into effect July 1, 2013.

The NYU Health Sciences Libraries created a video that helps NIH grant holders determine if they are in compliance with the the NIH public access policy and offers guidance on how to bring grants into compliance so funding won't be delayed.

Video: The NIH Access Policy and Your Grant [07:30 video presentation via NYU Health Sciences Libraries]

The National Library of Medicine has also just released a video for NIH-funded scientists that demonstrates how to use NCBI's My Bibliography to link funding to their citations in order to manage compliance with the NIH Public Access Policy.

Video: My Bibliography: Public Access Compliance [3:27 NCBI/NLM video presentation]

 For more information see:  NIH Public Access Policy at the University of Arizona

                                        Using My NCBI to manage compliance

You may also contact:

Joan Schlimgen
Assistant Director for Resources
Arizona Health Sciences Library




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