The National Institutes of Wellness gets over $28 billion dollars from taxpayers.

Several journals are already trying the open-access model, but many require the researchers to pay for publication. What do you think? Posted on behalf of Cassandra Willyard, Nature Medicine’s news intern.. Each year, the National Institutes of Wellness gets over $28 billion dollars from taxpayers. The vast majority of that money goes to fund about 200,000 researchers who each year publish more than 60,000 articles. To remedy this example, the NIH began asking researchers in 2005 to submit their peer-reviewed manuscripts to a data source called Pubmed Central voluntarily. The plea fell on deaf ears. By 2006, just 4 percent of the articles eligible for submission had been turned in. The US government is taking action Now.The calendar profilees are: Jane Delgado, M.S., CEO and President, National Alliance for Hispanic Health; Paul J. Diaz, President and CEO, Kindred Health care Inc.; Francisco Ramos-Gomez, DDS, Professor of Pediatric Dentistry, UCLA College of Dentistry, and President, Hispanic Oral Association; Joanna Otero-Cruz, Director of Family and Behavioral Health Solutions, Congreso de Latinos Unidos; Paloma Izquierdo Hernandez, President and CEO, Urban Wellness Plan, Inc.D., RN, F.A.A.N.D., M.A.

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