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    Institutional Biomedical Repositories in Europe  | Poster EAHIl2010 Institutional Biomedical Repositories in Europe | Poster EAHIl2010 Document Transcript

    • Institutional Biomedical Repositories in Europe INTRODUCTION Detailed information on Institutional Biomedical Repositories in Europe, organized by countries. RESULTS Map of Institutional Biomedical Repositories in Europe. METHODS Search and collection of the different websites of Institutional Biomedical Repositories. Analysis of the main characteristics of each Repository. Countries with Repositories Netherlands; Finland; 5 11 Others; 15 France; 10 Denmark; 5 Spain; 19 OBJECTIVE Sweden; 16 • To provide information on Institutional Biomedical Repositories in Europe. Italy; 12 • To report on the situation of EU countries concerning open access. Portugal; 12 • To provide information to the scientific commnunity on the relevance of Ireland; 8 Belgica; 7 United Institutional Repositories as digital archives to self-store the scientific Germany; 27 Kingdom; 87 production • To encourage public institutions to develop Institutional Repositories to promote open and free access to research results financed by public funds. Institution Hospital 4% National / Regional 2% Research Centers 14% Others 4% SOURCES ROAR http://roar.eprints.org OPENDOAR http://www.opendoar.org ACCESO ABIERTO http://www.accesoabierto.net University 78% CONCLUSIONS • Institutional Biomedical Repositories must turn into digital archives for storing scientific production financed by public funds. • Public entities must promote the development of Institutional Biomedical Repositories as a way to spread open access. • There are very few Institutional Biomedical Repositories in Europe. • The 78 % of Institutional Biomedical Repositories in Europe are in the Universities while only the 4 % are in Hospital. Lavandera Fernández, Raquel. Biomedical Research Office. Governmet of the Principality of Asturias, Spain Ricardo Onís Romero. Mental Health “Rodríguez Lafora” Library. Public Health System of the Principality of Asturias, Spain 12ª EAHIL Conference – European Association for Health Information and Libraries 14th -18th June 2010. Lisbon, Portugal