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NIH PUBLIC ACCESS POLICY NIHMSID, PMCID, PMID OBJECTIVE When the National Institutes of Health (NIH) Public Access Policy became law on April 7, 2008 several.

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1 NIH PUBLIC ACCESS POLICY NIHMSID, PMCID, PMID OBJECTIVE When the National Institutes of Health (NIH) Public Access Policy became law on April 7, 2008 several changes were made to NIH grant applications, including the initial funding application, the annual progress reports, and the biosketches. The librarians of Taubman Health Sciences Library (THL) saw an opportunity to help our NIH researchers address these changes.  The NIH Public Access Policy requires scientists to submit final peer-reviewed journal manuscripts supported by NIH funds to the digital archive, PubMed Central, upon acceptance for publication.  Effective May 25, 2008, you need to cite the PMCID or NIHMSID numbers for articles you cite in your biosketch, progress reports, new applications, and renewals.  These are only needed for articles accepted for publication on or after April 7, 2008, but you may include PMCID numbers for articles already in PubMed Central as well.  NIHMSID indicates a manuscript has been submitted to PubMed Central in compliance with the NIH Public Access Policy, but that the full text is not yet available. Until the PMCID is assigned, the NIHMSID is used to track the manuscript.  PMCID is a unique PubMed Central reference number assigned to each full-text record made available in PubMed Central. PMCID numbers can be found in PubMed and in PubMed Central. The PMCID number begins with PMC and appears in the lower right of the PubMed citation in the Abstract display.  PMID links to abstracts in PubMed, not the full text article as in PubMed Central. PMID has nothing to do with the NIH Public Access Policy. REQUIREMENTS Publications in a Biosketch  Limited to 15  Cannot use submitted or in-progress manuscripts  May select articles of own accord, but should be based on recency, relevance, or importance to the field  If articles fall under the Public Access Policy you need to include either the:  NIH Manuscript Submission Ref # (NIHMS_)  PubMed Central Ref # (PMCID_)  If neither are available, designate the publication as “PMC- Journal In Process” **Note: Citations not covered by the Public Access Policy, but freely and publicly available may include the URL or PMCID# and the full reference. Publications in an Appendix  NIH limits the information you may include in the appendix. Some grants allow publications in the appendix; others do not. Be sure to check the requirements for your grant or funding opportunity.  The NIH Research Project Grant Program (R01) does allow publications in the appendix, with the following stipulations:  Your appendix can include up to three of the following items: 1. Manuscripts or abstracts accepted for publication but not published. 2. Published manuscripts or abstracts that are not on a public web site. 3. Patent materials relevant to the project  Do not include freely and publicly available materials in the appendix  Never include a manuscript not accepted for publication CREATING AN ENDNOTE LIBRARY PUBLICATIONS IN A BIOSKETCH & APPENDIX  Use the PubMed (NLM) Online Search to search for an author, such as: chinnaiyan, a. OR chinnaiyan, a.m.  Make sure you are in Integrated Library and Online Search Mode  Make sure you have the most current NIH Biosketch template at:  The easiest way to format a list of publications for your biosketch is to create a stand-alone bibliography in a Word document and paste it into the appropriate section: 1. Make sure you have the NIH format style selected in your library window 2. Copy the citations in your library that you wish to appear in your biosketch 3. From the EndNote Edit drop-down menu select Copy Formatted 4. Open Word and create a new document 5. Activate the paste command 6. Copy the bibliography that is created 7. Open the biosketch and paste the bibliography in the appropriate place 8. Repeat the previous seven steps to add publications to an appendix


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