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Key science Web sites buried in information avalanche

... sources of scientific expertise. Traditionally publishers have held a central position because of the importance of academic articles, but this is changing with increasing uses of the Internet and Web. The study focuses on how academic researchers in particular interact with the Web on topics including HIV...

Access to science enhanced by new NIH-ASH agreement

... agreement that creates a new option for nonprofit publishers to comply with the NIH's Public Access Policy. Imp...n was originally developed by a group of nonprofit publishers and includes the following provisions: 1) Participating nonprofit publishers will submit to NIH the...

BioMed Central Journals join Medscape Publishers' Circle

...a broad range of full-text material from prominent publishers including clinical journals, clinical reference books, professional periodicals, newsletters, searchable databases and self-tests. BioMed Central Publisher Matthew Cockerill welcomed the news: "We are delighted that Medscape has selected these t...

CMA should reinstate CMAJ editors unless they have a valid explanation for their dismissal

..., the burden of proof should be on medical journal publishers to show that the termination was not a result of displeasure with editorial decisions. We believe that if CMA cannot offer an alternative compelling explanation other than editorial independence, then it should offer to reinstate Hoey and Todkill, an...

Free access to a digital library for developing countries

...s of our atmosphere. Springer, one of the founding publishers of OARE, has also made available works on environm...d Medical Publishers (STM), and leading scientific publishers around the world....

Leading groups offer NIH direct links to journals to make research access easy for public

... nation's leading medical and scientific nonprofit publishers today announced they have offered a proposal to El...ivate partnership being proposed by the non-profit publishers would fulfill the NIH's goal to provide complete public access to all NIH-funded research. It also w...

Scientific societies applaud new milestone in bringing online research to the public

... 2005 -- The 68 clinical, scientific and scholarly publishers that constitute the DC Principles for Free Access ... vast majority of which are not-for-profit society publishers and university presses. HighWire is visited by 17 million readers each month, logging 1.5 billion ...

MCG faculty contribute to textbooks on geriatric, pediatric hypertension

...lderly. Both books are published by Humana Press, publishers of scientific and medical books and journals....

American Society of Hematology partners with major health organizations to launch patientINFORM.org

...organizations and a group of scholarly and medical publishers that assists patients in understanding research findings published in several peer-reviewed biomedical journals. Under the patient INFORM model, patients or their family members can visit the Web sites of the American Cancer Society ( www.cancer.or...

Arabic translation of doctoral thesis on Yemeni health workers

...rkers in Yemen has been published by Dar Muhajirun publishers in Cairo and is available in bookshops in Egypt and Yemen. Anthropologist Marina de Regt worked between 1991 and 1998 in two development projects in Yemen. In 1997 she started her doctoral research into the position of female health workers in basi...

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