Global healthcare knowledge provider, BMJ, has entered into its first Read and Publish agreement in the United States with Michigan State University (MSU) Libraries. The agreement allows MSU's affiliated corresponding authors to publish their primary research open access (OA) at no cost to them. The fees for publishing their work OA will be covered centrally by MSU Libraries. MSU is a global university and a land grant institution ranked as one of North America's top public universities.
This agreement allows customers to access BMJ Premier Collection journals, The BMJ, and BMJ Case Reports. It covers the cost of article processing charges (APCs) incurred by their eligible authors when publishing in any of the BMJ Premier or BMJ Gold OA titles, The BMJ, or BMJ Case Reports.
BMJ continues its commitment to advancing scientific discovery, it has also renewed all existing Read and Publish deals, flipped its first transformative journal, Evidence Based Medicine Mental Health, to open access, now called BMJ Mental Health; and launched two new open access journals, BMJ Oncology and BMJ Public Health.Click here to read the original press release.
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