Why does the FDA think that it has a compelling state interest in preventing the dissemination of scientific research and expert opinion from the NLM
when this same information is already disseminated on the Internet and is available to anyone with a computer and access to the World Wide Web?
In his comprehensive history of the NLM
, Miles (1982) summed it up by saying "On the whole the system was one of the largest and most successful library automation projects.
The "Library Services" Web page provides access to all of the collections and catalog information of the NLM
With Grateful Med, NLM
directly delivered biomedical literature references to health professionals.
With funding assistance from the FIC, the NLM
, and the NIEHS, the four African journals will copublish review articles on several "neglected" diseases, illnesses that generally affect poor people in poor countries and thus may not garner as much research attention from more affluent nations.
Publication Grant for Scholarly Works provides up to $50,000 in direct costs per year for one, two, or three years.
The average duration of recent NLM
informatics research awards is about three years.
When the MEDLINE database became free to the Internet public in 1997, NLM
embarked upon this expanded mission of serving the general public.
Development of the Journal of Clinical Lipidology and its acknowledgment by the NLM
were made possible thanks to many talented professionals in our ranks.
Established in 1983 through an NLM
Resource Project grant to implement a library automation project, today GaIN provides a model network for transmitting health information to over 1,000 health practitioners and an active membership of sixty institutions (Rankin, McInnis, & Rosner, 1995).
utilized a "tiger team" approach, launching the system within three weeks.
8 million, is a continuation of work that KEVRIC has conducted for NLM