Next Phase of NIH Preprint Pilot Launching Soon
Last month, the National Library of Medicine (NLM)announced plans to extend its NIH Preprint Pilot in PubMed Central (PMC) and PubMed beyond COVID-19 to encompass all preprints reporting on NIH-funded research. The second phase of the pilot, launching later this month, will include preprints supported by an NIH award, contract, or intramural program and posted to aneligible preprint server on or after January 1, 2023.In preparation for the launch of this second phase, we have updated PMC and PubMed site features to help users of these databases incorporate the increased volume of preprints into their discovery workflows. See theNCBI Insights post for more information about these preprint record display and search filter updates.PMC will continue to update theNIH Preprint Pilot Overview andFAQs in the coming weeks. Please send your questions and feedback firstname.lastname@example.org.PMC Collaborating with Publishers in Response to Mpox Public Health EmergencyOn August 4, 2022, the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy (OSTP) announced acoordinated call to action with the science and technology leaders of more than 20 countries, requesting that publishers voluntarily make mpox and other orthopox-related publications freely and immediately accessible in appropriate public repositories to support the ongoing public health emergency response efforts. The call specified that these articles be made available with broad reuse rights in both human- and machine-readab...
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