Publishing Your Work Open Access has Many Benefits
Open access content is immediately and permanently available online and allows users to link, read, download, store, use, and data-mine the digital content of that article with minimal restrictions.
All accepted open access articles will receive the following open access benefits:
The author will retain the copyright of the article
The article will be freely available on the journal website for any user, worldwide
The article will have the OPEN indicator published and the Creative Commons license published on the article to make it visible to readers that the article is open access
The final version of article will be submitted to PubMed Central as open access on the authors’ behalf
All open access articles are subject to peer review, editorial oversight and the journals production process. While the submission and review process follow the traditional process, there are additional forms and steps that need to be taken in order to publish your work as open access.
Open access questions answered
All articles published in open access journals are freely available to readers. There is no subscription fee to read and access content and articles are made available under the terms of a Creative Commons license. All articles published in an open access journal are subject to an Article Processing Fee (APC) which is typically paid by an author, institution, or funding agency prior to publication. All content in a Lippincott® open access journals undergo peer review before an editorial decision is made.
A full listing of hybrid open access journals by medical specialties can be viewed here.