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May 24, 2021

How do I submit a paper to PubMed Central?

How do I submit a paper to PubMed Central?

Submit Your Manuscript to PubMed CentralLogin to PMC submission system.View tutorials on how to login, submit, and review/approve a manuscript.Learn the different ways for submitting your manuscript.Request Manuscript Submission Assistance.Read NIHMS FAQs.Read instructions for Intramural Scientists.

Can anyone post on PubMed?

You can upload your manuscript to PubMed through NIH Manuscript Submission (NIHMS) system. However, for that, your manuscript should be funded by NIH or one of the co-authors should be NIH employee.

Why is my paper not on PubMed?

Answer: For an article to be found in PubMed, the journal that has published the article should be indexed in Medline. If the journal is not indexed in Medline, the published article will not be found on PubMed. Based on the journal indexing of Edorium journals, none of the journals are indexed in Medline.

How long does it take for article to appear on PubMed?

If your journal is indexed in PubMed through PubMed Central (PMC), then you can expect it to appear in PubMed within 2-3 weeks of its print publication date. Your article will not be indexed in PMC while it is OnlineFirst.

How do you get an article on PubMed?

Click on the PubMed Central link or a Publisher’s link to access the full text of the article. Articles in PubMed Central are freely available. Articles on Publisher’s websites are either freely available or can be accessed with a fee. Contact the specific publisher for questions about their site.

Does Medline include PubMed?

MEDLINE is the largest subset of PubMed. You may limit your PubMed search retrieval to MEDLINE citations by restricting your search to the MeSH controlled vocabulary or by using the Journal Categories filter called MEDLINE.

Is PubMed free?

PubMed is a free search engine accessing primarily the MEDLINE database of references and abstracts on life sciences and biomedical topics. The United States National Library of Medicine (NLM) at the National Institutes of Health maintain the database as part of the Entrez system of information retrieval.