The My NCBI My Bibliography feature allows users to see whether their publications comply with the NIH Public ACcess Policy, to start the compliance process for articles, and to associate their publication to NIH extramural awards.
To start, you'll need to ensure you have a linked account between eRA Commons and My NCBI. To learn more about how to do this, visit the My NCBI and you homepage.
My Bibliography was recently enhanced to include an option to generate a PDF format report. The is PDF option is a continuation page of form PHS 2590 to help eRA Commons users report publications.
To learn more about the PDF Compliance Report Generation, visit the NLM Technical bulletin on this enhancement.
My Bibliography includes a display option titled "Award View." When viewing your publication list under this display, compliance status will be listed for each publication on your list through the use of color-coded dots. Green means a paper is complete and compliant; Yellow indicates the paper is in process; Red means an article is non-compliant. Papers that have unknown funding source are denoted with a question mark while papers where the NIH Policy does not apply are marked as N/A.
To learn more about the Award View in My NCBI, visit the My NCBI Help Manual.
Award associations for any paper included in your publications list can be made via My NCBI's My Bibliography. Account holders are able to associate any grant with citations in their My Bibliography by searching for the award My Bibliography collections will be automatically updated when another adds their grant to a citation and additionally, users can filter their publication lists by award association.
To learn more, visit the NLM Technical Bulletin on recent changes to the Award features.