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Academy of Medical Science

Country: United Kingdom
Open Access Archiving | Open Access Publishing | Data Archiving Policy | Key to OA Ticks

Publications Policy

Open Access Archiving

Open Access Tick Whether to Archive: * Requires deposition in Open Access archives
No Open Access Tick What to Archive: * Peer-reviewed publications
* Unspecified version
* Unspecified format
No Open Access Tick When to Archive: * At the date of publication
* Acceptable embargo: up to 6 months after publication
  Where to Archive: * In named repositories... (Optional)
* Europe PubMed Central (Optional)
  Archiving Conditions: * The Academy of Medical Science encourages authors to retain the copyright of their publications

Open Access Publishing

Open Access Tick Whether to Publish: * Requires publication in Open Access publications
  Where to Publish: * in a peer-reviewed open access journal (Optional)
* as an article with immediate paid-for open access (Optional)
  Publishing Conditions: * [No information]


  General Conditions: * Authors may use either Self-archiving or Paid OA to meet requirements
* While the Academy will not fund APC fees separately from our research award, applicants may cost APC fees in their grant applications and where a publication has been funded wholly by the Academy of Medical Sciences, underspend on an AMS grant may also be
* Creative Commons Attribution License recommended
  Policy Links: * Open Access policy

Data Archiving Policy

  Whether to Archive: * No policy for deposition in Open Access archives
  What to Archive: * Unspecified data
  When to Archive: * Not specified
  Where to Archive: * Not specified
  General Conditions: * [No information]
  Policy Links: * [No information]
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