beSpacific (a great blog chock full of relevant legal information) has a post today which I think will be of interest to readers of this blog.
“A new general medical journal launched this week with a non-traditional publishing model is the latest top-tier venue for publishing important, peer-reviewed biomedical research, and is being called the first major, international journal to be introduced in more than 70 years. Unlike most medical journals which are available only through costly subscriptions, PLoS Medicine is available free of charge and accessible to everyone through the Internet, at plosmedicine.org.”
Many research studies are conducted each year which impact the diagnosis and treatment of brain injuries. Allowing the public to access these studies will be beneficial in keeping those suffering from a brain injury, up to date with developments in the field.
Check out the story.