The Committee for the Protection of Scientific Work (UBVA) has also drawn up a proposal for the text of agreements between researchers and magazine publishers, so that the researcher retains the right to publish the article online after its publication. The agreement is accompanied by a small article on copyright on scientific articles. You can download the agreement here. If you want to archive an article yourself for which you have already signed a publication agreement, read your publication agreement to find out what you can do. Elsevier has specific publication agreements with some governmental and intergovernmental organizations for their staff authors. These agreements allow authors to retain essentially the same rights as those in the “Copyright” section, but are specifically designed for the staff of the organizations concerned, including: [this provision contains an optional reference to the right to publish separate data if publications from several sites are not published within eighteen months of the end of the study.] In this analysis, we only considered RCT protocols that clearly documented industry involvement in the design, support or completion of the study (for example. B, sponsorship, logistical support, partial financing or provision of a drug/device). We excluded study protocols comparing (i) different doses or pathways of administration of the same drug (for example. B early detection studies), (ii) only registered healthy volunteers, (iii) were never initiated or (iv) were still underway on April 27, 2013. For several publications, we included only the first full publication, which reported on the results of the randomized comparison, excluding research letters, letters to the editor and conference abstracts. In the case of more than one full publication, we considered the first publication, which contained results for the primary results of the RCT.
Following the Memorandum of the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy (OSTP), each federal authority is responsible for developing plans to make the results of Federally funded research freely available within one year of public publication and to require researchers to better consider and manage digital data from publicly funded scientific research. In some cases, agencies have long-established public access policies, such as the NIH, but most agencies have or will announce new guidelines. These policies will have an impact on how U.S. researchers are required to publish their results. To comply with the U.S. public access policy, we have outlined the open access options for U.S. researchers below. The terms in publishing contracts may vary from magazine to magazine, but most publishing agreements: many publishers are able to change certain aspects of publishing agreements, but also have provisions that are “dealbreakers” for them, meaning they cannot compromise. If your publisher is not able to change the agreement as you wish, it`s up to you to decide if you still want to publish them, even if you can`t retain all the rights you want. We have recorded the existence or absence of a publication agreement between university investigators and industry, which is documented in minutes and reported in publications. When the evaluators identified such documents, they ordered them into the four most appropriate categories: (i) The industrial partner reserves the right to disapprove of any submission to publication (including any publication containing test data [abstracts or manuscripts for publication of periodicals]).