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NIH Public Access Policy Compliance: Reporting Publications

Creating PDF Report

From within My Bibliography you can generate PDF reports which can be attached or inserted into required reports.  Below are instructions for creating a PDF report.

My bibliography PDF Report

1. Select the checkbox next to the citations you wish to include in your report.

2. Click on the 'PDF Report' button. (If you do not see a 'PDF Report' button, you may need to link your My NCBI account with your eRA commons account.)

My Bibliography PDF Report naming

Fill in the information in the box that pops up.

My Bibliography PDF report example

Note:  The generated PDF includes the compliance status for each article.  If you selected articles with a status of N/A for which no funding has been associated or articles with an unknown (?) status, they will not appear in the PDF report.

 

SciENcv - NIH Biosketch

SciENcv is a new researcher profile system for all individuals who apply for, receive or are associated with research investments from federal agencies.  We highly recommend using it to create your NIH Biosketch to meet the new requirements (NOT-OD-16-080) Below are some basic recommendations for getting started using it.

To get started using SciENcv, first sign into NCBI (preferably with your eRA Commons account if you have one).  In your NCBI account, look for the SciENcv box shown below and click on the link to create a new CV.

Sciencv start

You have several options for creating a new Profile.  Below is a screenshot with recommendations for starting your first profile.

Below is a screenshot of the Contribution section of the New NIH Biosketch formatted profile.  Note the options to use content from My Bibliography.

For additional details see the SciENcv Help documentation.