What we need you to do is:
- check your records by going to ‘Browse LSHTM author’ and finding your name
- review where there is no article attached to a record
'author manuscript' or 'pre-print file' of these articles: this is the
peer-reviewed word document, accepted by the publisher, but without any
of the publisher's typesetting and copy-editing
We recently had a public launch for the site where staff involved in trialling updating their full text explained their experiences and the reasons they felt it important to become actively involved. Aside from assuring people about the knowledge and support repository staff can offer Diana Elbourne, Professor of Healthcare Evaluation, declared “If I can do it - anyone can!”
Speaking at the launch, Peter Piot, our Director, said: “Our work will have a greater impact on policy because people in all organisations including government, charities and development agencies now have easy access to the research we are doing at the School." By participating you are not only increasing access to knowledge for your colleagues in low income countries or smaller institutions; you are contributing to a culture of transparency for taxpayer funded research which showcases the product of public funding.