Editorial policy: The right to medical information

Squires, Bruce
September 2006
CMAJ: Canadian Medical Association Journal;9/12/2006, Vol. 175 Issue 6, p557
Academic Journal
The article comments on the open access policy of the "Canadian Medical Association Journal" to its contents on the Internet. The online version of the medical journal is considered as the official journal of record although it still publishes a print version. It outlines the advantages of the open-access policy for online content. It criticizes other international peer-reviewed medical journals for refusing to provide open access to online content.


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