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NIH Public Access Policy: Video 4: After You Publish

Video 4: After You Publish

Watch video on YouTube (7:22)

PowerPoint slides

Identifies resources for tracking compliance

  • eRA Commons and NIH RePORTER
  • Locate and decipher Author Agreement/Copyright Transfer
  • Overview of four methods for submitting manuscripts to PubMed Central

Recommended Language

Recommended language to use when contacting a publisher after manuscript has appeared in a peer reviewed journal:

The NIH Public Access Policy mandates that all researchers who receive NIH funding and publish peer-reviewed articles in scientific journals are required to deposit the final peer-reviewed manuscript into PubMed Central. These articles have not yet been deposited into PubMed Central. I’m not trying to suggest that [PUBLISHER] is solely responsible for these articles not being deposited. Ultimately, the PI is solely responsible for ensuring materials are submitted to PubMed Central, but I would appreciate any help you could offer in this matter.