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ARTICLE SHARING

Sharing of knowledge among investigators is undoubtedly one of the basic elements that contribute to scientific progress. It is equally crucial, however, to ensure sustainability of the system that permits the peer review of the research articles. To this end, the authors of articles published in Minerva Medica journals are permitted to self-archive their research in several ways provided that they comply to the following simple guidelines about what can be archived, where and when.

 

ARTICLE SHARING GUIDELINES FOR AUTHORS

DEFINITIONS

Submitted manuscript (preprint)

The version of the article exactly as it was submitted by the Authors. This version has not been peer-reviewed nor had any value added to it by the Publisher.

Accepted manuscript (postprint)

The version of article after peer review process. This version may include revisions/amendments resulting from peer review.

Final published article (Version of Record)

The version of article after formal publication. This version includes all the amendments added by the Publisher: peer review process, copyediting, DOI assignment, online (PDF/HTML) and print formatting, citation and other linking, deposit in abstracting and indexing services.

Personal website

Personal self-maintained websites or pages created by the Authors to present their CV and research, which can be hosted on their institute’s website.

Personal profile pages in commercial sharing sites (such as Research Gate, Academia.edu, Facebook) are not considered to be personal web pages.

Department or institutional repository

Web pages hosted by an academic or research institute to provide private access to institute’s staff performing institutional tasks or promoting the institute’s activities without commercial aims.

Commercial sites

Websites that generate directly or indirectly financial gain.


TERMS

Submitted manuscript (preprint)

The submitted manuscript (preprint) may be self-archived only as plain unformatted text and should not be enhanced in any way in order to appear as if it was the accepted manuscript or final published article. The version posted may not be updated or replaced with the accepted manuscript or final published article.

In order to promote wide dissemination of their articles, the Publisher requires authors to include a clear statement declaring that the article has been submitted or accepted for publication or published in the journal with a DOI link (for all published articles: first online or formal publication) to the article at www.minervamedica.it.

Under these terms the Authors may make a preprint manuscript available:


Sharing statement examples


Sharing statement examples for commercial repositories

 

Accepted manuscript (postprint)

The accepted manuscript (postprint) may be self-archived only as plain unformatted text and should not be enhanced in any way in order to appear as if it was the final published article. The version posted may not be updated or replaced with the final published article.

In order to promote wide dissemination of their articles, the Publisher requires authors to include a clear statement declaring that the article has been published in the journal with a DOI link to the final article at www.minervamedica.it.

Under these terms the author may make a postprint manuscript available on:


Sharing statement examples


Sharing statement example for commercial repositories

 

Final published article (Version of Record)

The author may make the final published article (Version of Record) available on:


In order to promote wide dissemination of their articles, the Publisher requires authors to include a clear statement declaring that the article has been published in the journal with a DOI link to the final article at www.minervamedica.it.


Sharing statement example


FUNDERS

Some funders, such as the National Institutes of Health (NIH), have specific requirements for depositing manuscripts. For separate agreements contact the editorial staff at journals.dept@minervamedica.it.

 

PERMISSION TERMS FOR AUTHORS TO REUSE ABSTRACTS, FIGURES, TABLES AND EXCERPTS OF THE ARTICLE

Authors may reuse free of charge in other publications abstracts, figures, tables and excerpts of the article (up to 200 words) after a formal request has been sent to the Publisher and provided that:

 

TERMS AND CONDITIONS FOR USERS OF SELF-ARCHIVED MANUSCRIPTS (PREPRINT AND POSTPRINT)

Users who have access to the submitted manuscript (preprint) or to the accepted manuscript (postprint) versions archived by authors in accordance with the article sharing guidelines are reminded that all manuscripts are protected by copyright and therefore they must comply to the following conditions:

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