Posted: 23 Apr 2013 08:44 PM PDT
Copyright Law in India
The Copyright Act, 1957 came into effect from January 1958. This Act has been amended five times since then, i.e., in 1983, 1984, 1992, 1994 and 1999, with the amendment of 1994 being the most substantial. Prior to the Act of 1957, the Law of Copyrights in the country was governed by the Copyright Act of 1914. This Act was essentially the extension of the British Copyright Act, 1911 to India.
More information is available at: http://copyright.gov.in/
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Just like open access, now open data is gaining momentum. It is about– certain data that should be freely available to everyone to use and republish as they wish, without restrictions from copyright, patents or other mechanisms of control. It is a data bank which is accessible to all and purpose being to strengthen the statistics of a country that is to enhance and utilize data for scientific research.
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http://www.biomedcentral.com Medical Science, Physics, Chemistry, Methematics.
Journal of Pharmaceutical Policy and Practice, formerly Southern Med Review, has just launched on BioMed Central and is an open access publication. It is relevant to research and practice in low and middle resource countries. It is available online here: http://www.joppp.org/ and you can read more about it on the BioMed Central blog here: http://blogs.biomedcentral.com/bmcblog/2013/06/13/journal-of-pharmaceutical-policy-and-practice-launches-today/
http://www.plos.org Science, & Medical Science.
http://www.bioline.org.br Health science, Biodiversity, Atmosphere, Conservation, International Development.
http://www.medknow.com Medical science
http://www.gutenber.org Two thousand full text Books.
http://eprints.iisc.ernet.in E-prints on Indian researches maintained by Indian Institute of science
http://www.vidyanidhi.org.in E-Theses of Indian Universities maintained by Mysore University.
http://www.openmed.nic.in Indian Medical Centre E-print resources.
http://www.insa.india.org/index.php Indian National Science Academy. About Science & Technology
http://www.ias.ac.in/pubs/journals Indian Academy of Science. About Science & Technology
http://www.medind.nic.in Indian Biomedical Database of National Informatics Centre.
http://www.medknow.com/journals.asp Indian Medical Journals.
Another useful site that I came across is Open Government Platform – OGPL is to promote transparency and citizen engagement-a joint initiative taken up by India and United States to promote transparency and greater citizen engagement by making more government data, documents, tools and processes publicly available.
FREE MEDICAL JOURNALS – AVAILABLE ONLINE:—–
List of Journals—
Sl. No. Name of the Publisher No. of Journals Website
1. American Chemical Society(1876) 29 Journals http://www.pubs.acs.org
2. American Institute of Physics 18 Journals http://www.aip.org
3. American Physical Society 10 Journals http://www.aps.org
4. Annual Reviews 33 Journals ajournals.annualreviews.org
5. Blackwell publishing 489 Journals http://www.interscience.wiley.com
6. Cambridge University Press 224 Journals journals.cambridge.org
7. Economic & Political Weekly 1 Journals http://www.epw.in
8. Emerald (LIS Collection) 29 Journals http://www.emeraldinsight.com
9. Institute of Physics Publishing 46 Journals http://www.iop.org/EJ/
10. (Institute of Studies in Industrial Development) ISID 1 Database http://www.Isid.org.in
11. JCCC 1 Database http://www.jcc-ugcinfonet.in
12. JSTOR 1401 Journals http://www.jstor.org
13. Nature 1 Journal http://www.nature.com
14. Oxford University Press 202 Journals http://www.oxfordjournals.org
15. Project Muse 389 Journals muse.jhu.edu/journals/
16. Royal Society of Chemistry 26 Journals + 6 database http://www.rsc.org
17. Springer Link 1389 Journals http://www.springerlink.com
18. Taylor & Francis 1365 Journals http://www.informaworld.com
19. Web of Science 1 Database http://www.isiknowledge.com
20. BARNOLIPI (ISSN 2249 –2666) http://www.reflectionedu.com/barnolipi.php
21. IEEExplore http://ieeexplore.ieee.org
FREE ONLINE BOOKS:–
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Tarasankar Bandyopadhyay & other poets—-
VANCOUVER STYLE OF BIBLIOGRAPHICAL REFERENCE:–
INTERNATIONAL MEDICAL DATABASES:– AGORA, HINARI & OARE
INDIAN STATISTICAL INSTITUTE, KOLKATA http://www.isical.ac.in/
DIGITAL LIBRARIES OF INDIA– Rajib Gandhi Health Science University- www.rguhs.ac.in
How one teacher built a computer lab for free using Ubuntu
Anatomy of curing diseases/ EMR .
MedlinePlus.gov medlineplus 20 Oct
What are the symptoms of learning disabilities in children? http://t.co/gJMBeRFEEN
ONLINE MEDICAL DATABASES :—–
The European Society for Internet in Medicine was established in September 1995, for promoting the use of the Internet in Medical Sciences & in October 1996 this society hosted MEDNET. It is available in http://www.mednet.org.uk/mednet/ Email email@example.com
Organizing Medical Networked Information (OMNI)— It is founded by the Joint Information Systems Committee(JISC), UK & it is operated by a consortium of British Medical research Council, British Medical Association Library & the Welcome Centre for Medical Science. It is a searchable subject based catalogue of the UK & global medical education & research resources. It provides the description of the resources. URL: http://www.omni.ac.uk/
MEDWEB from the Emory University of Health Sciences Centre Library is a popular & well supported North American resource of Medical literature. URL: http://www.emory.edu/WHSCL/medweb.html
CLINIWEB of the Oregon Health Sciences University is a brows able index of clinically relevant information, using the MeSH Subject Heading. URL: http://www.oshu.edu/cliniweb/
There are so many catalogues & that catalogues of catalogues are known as Meta directories & it is very essential URL of Hardin Meta Directories from the Hardin Library for Health Sciences, University of Iowa. http://www.arcade:uniowa.edu/hardin_www/md.html
Case based Teaching Files– http://www.acr.org/departments/educ/edu_fst.html
JPNM Teaching Files: — http://www.med.harvard.edu/jpnm
Medical Network Inc case of the month– http://www.medconnect.com/home_cas.htm
MED Rounds of the University of Colorado – http://www.uchsc.edu/sm/pmb/medrounds.index.html
Reuters Health information services as Clinical Challenges — http://www.reutershealth.com/clinchal/
Prescribing information is available on the Internet in an accessible form:–
Clinical Pharmacology of the Gold Standard Multimedia Inc. — http://www.gsm.com/resources/cponline/ Pharma Info Net — http://www.pharinfo.com
Physicians Gen Rx of the Mosby Year Book Inc: — http://www.mosby.com
Unified Medical Language System (UMLS): The UMLS project is a long term collaborative, multi-institutional National Library of Medicine’s research & development effort designed to facilitate the retrieval & integration of information from multiple machine readable biomedical information resources. The sources of interest include descriptions of biomedical literature, clinical records, factual data banks, knowledge based systems & directories of people & organizations. The UMLS has focused on the development of products that facilitate the establishment of conceptual link between the user’s question & the relevant information in the machine readable resources. The Meta Thesaurus contains information about biomedical concepts, their various names & the relationships among them. URL: — http://www.nlm.nih.gov/pubs/factsheets/umls.html
COCHRANE COLLABORATION– The Cochrane Library is the international effort of collection & organization of the best evidence based medical database & updates it regularly. It is maintained by the Collaborative Review Groups (CRGs).
CDSR: – Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews.
DARE: Database of Abstracts of Reviews of Effectiveness.
CCTR: Cochrane Controlled Trials Register.
CRMD: Cochrane Review of Methodology Database.
CCMF: Cochrane Complementary Medicine Field – It contains randomized controlled trials of complementary/alternative medicine (CAM) interventions & completed reviews of CAM therapies.
More detailed information about the Cochrane Library & how to access can be found at the URL: — http://www.update-software.com.ccwel/cochrane/cdsr.htm
DARE is free of cost. It provides all kinds of free advice to the lay public at — http://www.quackwatch.com
Free MEDLINE services through MEDLARS – For the international customers indirect access to MEDLARS is co-ordinate by the International MEDLARS centers. A list of these centers available on the web URL: — http://www.oup.co.uk/scimed/medint/search.html
ONLINE ELECTRONIC MEDICAL JOURNALS: —
The complete list of Medical Journals can be found on the web at Medbioworld. Medbioworld has a very comprehensive list of journals classified by Subject. http://www.medbioworld.com/med/journals/med.journals.html
The American Medical Informatics Association’s Internet working group, M Matrix-L mailing list is a good means of keeping up-to-date with new international resources. Focusing on clinical medical resources , the list encourages discussion relating to medical use of the Internet & it periodically sends out updates to the corresponding Medical Matrix website, grading new resources as indexed by Yahoo. The catalogue listed by the Hardin Meta Directory( University of Iowa) at the URL :
http://www.lib.uniowa.edu/hardin-www/mednew.html The full text of most guidelines is available at http://www.guidelines.gov Physician’s online a commercial medical database service free to the US Physicians & it is extended to the Europe http://www.po.com/ HARDIN http://www.lib.uiowa.edu/hardin/md lists comprehensive medical specialties .
Free Medical Journals:– http://www.freemedicaljournals.com Free Medical Books http://www.freebooks4doctors.com-600 free books.
Stanford Patient Education Research Centre http://www.stanford.edu/group/perc
Human Genome Project http://www.ornl.gov/TechResources/Human_Genome/Publicat/tko/index.html
The National Academy of Sciences,USA Beyond Discovery
Gene Testing http://www.4.nas.edu/beyond.beyonddiscovery.nsf/web/gene?opendocument
European Bio Informatics Institute(EBI) offers a range of free database services at
http://www.ebi.ac.uk Pharmaceutical companies can subscribe to the databases & use them to identify possible drug design targets & to predict how potential drugs will bind to protein targets.
For the study of human Anatomy available at the site. Size of this database is of 39 GB. It can be accessed http://www.nlm.nih.gov/research/visible/visible-human.html
Active Learning Centre(ACL): It is developed by the Johns Hopkins University. It has inter active process communication. http://www.med.jhu.edu/medcentre/quiz/home.cgi