National Institutes of Health (NIH)-funded investigators are required by Federal law to submit (or have submitted) to PubMed Central (PMC) an electronic version of the final, peer-reviewed manuscript upon acceptance for publication. This toolkit provides educational and other resources to help you comply with this policy.
NIH Public Access and PMC
Answers to your questions about public access and PubMed Central, including: How are NIH-funded articles submitted to PMC? What is the relationship between PMCID, NIHMSID, and PMID? How can I monitor the compliance status of an article? How do I associate funding information with an article already in PubMed?
A brief introduction to the new My Bibliography page released in May, 2019.
May 3, 2019
MP4 Video / YouTube Video
NCBI Minute: An Insider's Guide to the New My Bibliography
My Bibliography is a central place to save and share your citations. You can add PubMed citations, create them manually, or upload them from citation managers. In this webinar you will learn how to navigate the new interface, receive a few helpful tips to make your experience easier, get a sneak peek of features under development, and learn how you can help us improve My Bibliography by providing feedback.
NIH Public Access Compliance Monitor User Guide
The NIH Public Access Compliance Monitor (PACM) provides an institution with the current compliance status of all journal articles that are associated with the institution and fall under the NIH Public Access Policy. This database is provided as a service to our awardees to help them track compliance, should they wish to use it. It is not a formal reporting or monitoring tool for NIH.