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How to Report Your NIH-funded Publications Using My Bibliography

Instructor:  Sherri Holland Bailey, MLIS

Workshop Duration:  2 hours

Content Difficulty:  Beginner

Target Audience:

Today’s workshop was designed as an introduction, using selected hands-on technical tasks, to prepare for your or your PI’s NIH progress reports. This was specifically created for NIH funded researchers, those who imminently will receive funding, and for the administrative and grant support staff who help them prepare reports.

Workshop Description:

Congratulations on your successful NIH grant proposal and award!  As part of the post-award process, you will now have to create and send in annual and final reports (RPPRs) on your progress.  This workshop introduces tips and tricks for use of NCBI Account tools for NIH post-award reporting. This session is for NIH funded researchers, their delegates and institutional grants officers with specific task-based, hands-on activities.
In this workshop you will learn:
    • What is needed for NIH Public Access compliance
    • How to submit your recently accepted publication through the NIH Manuscript Submission (NIHMS) System
    • How to track your submitted manuscript through the process in My Bibliography
    • How to create an Award Compliance Report PDF using My Bibliography
    • Solve common reporting issues and errors

Data Access Technology:  NCBI Website

NCBI Resources: 
 NCBI Account, MyNCBI Dashboard, My Bibliography, NIHMS, PMC

Last Reviewed: February 24, 2023