Archiving Policy

| Post up-date: January 19, 2023 |

Self-Archiving Policy

This policy sets out the ways in which the authors of American Journal of BioMedicine can archive copies of their work on their own web pages, corporate web pages, and various other subject repositories.

American Journal of BioMedicine is an optional open access license, articles can be made available immediately according to the terms of their specific Creative Common license.

Authors may also reuse the Abstract and Citation information (e.g. Title, Author name, Publication dates) of their article anywhere at any time including social media such as LinkedIn, Facebook, blogs and Twitter, providing that where possible a link is included back to the article on the journal site. Preferably the link should be, or include, the Digital Object Identifier (DOI) which can be found in the Citation information about the article online.

The accepted version may be placed on: the author's personal website and/or the author's company/institutional repository or archive. Self-archiving of the submitted version is not subject to an embargo period.

Digital Archiving

All papers published in All American Journal of BioMedicin are also archived at Portico for digital archiving for long term digital preservation. Portico ingests the content into the archive following the specific preservation plan, including validating files, extracting key technical and descriptive metadata, this information can be found on: Journal of BioMedicine.

Furthermore American Journal of BioMedicine submit the metadata Embase- Elsevier and other institutional repositories such as paper.liscilit.

This is to make sure that the published scholarly content by American Journal of BioMedicine remains available to the community despite discontinuation of any journal or any accidental loss of journals data in its personal archival records.