In a letter to Health and Human Services Secretary Michael Leavitt mandlig skaldethed.

Public interest advocates question NIH Enhanced Access Policy – NIH must be brought to justicepublic interest supporters of the NIH Enhanced Public Access Plan today declared the just announced policy falls short of their expectations and long-term recommendations mandlig skaldethed . In a letter to Health and Human Services Secretary Michael Leavitt, the Alliance for taxpayers access outlined its main concerns with the NIH plan:.

1 The proportion of eligible research articles that have been deposited in PubMed Central, and2 The delay time between an article publication in a journal and its availability in PubMed Central. Rick Johnson, director of scientific publishing and Academic Resources Coalition , said: Honestly, this just the announced policy is not what we had hoped for, nor suggested, and it falls far short of of the light of transparency Dr. Zerhouni Dr. Zerhouni promised earlier this week in his ethics reforms. .

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