Many NIH systems & tools work together to help you comply with the NIH Mandate.
Import citations from PubMed or manually input them into My Bibliography
NIH Manuscript Submission (NIHMS)--logon to upload final peer-reviewed manuscript for Methods C submissions.
Sign on via these accounts:
Learn how My Bibliography can help you manage your grant's publications and comply with the NIH Mandate. Here's a video that will give you a quick overview.
Login to your My Bibliography and check the current status of the article. Change Sort by to public access compliance.
Each article in My Bibliography will have a compliance status.
Green - in compliance
Red - out of compliance
Blue - in process
If the article has a red or blue status, check the following.
Is the publication date of the article more or less than 3 months ago?
--> If it is more than three months ago, your article is currently out of compliance and it could not be included in a progress report.
--> If it is less than three months ago, you're okay for now, but you should probably follow the steps below to get the article in compliance before the three month grace period ends.
Is the article even relevant for the grant?
Sometimes grants get associated with publications under mysterious circumstances. If the article is not relevant to a grant it's associated with in My Bibliography, you may be able to disassociate it. Look at the grant number(s) listed below the article. If the grant does NOT have a gold or silver lock next to it, you can remove the association in My Bibliography.
Does the article need to be submitted to PMC?
If the article
Then you don't need to submit it to PMC. You can modify the status by clicking "Edit Status" (see instructions here).
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