Benefits of open access articles for industry
Keywords:Open access, industry, life sciences, healthcare
In this short article, benefits of open access articles for industry are discussed from the point of view of the industry as both the authors and readers of open access articles. Open access articles unlock the barrier to share knowledge and experiences and building collaboration – all of which are crucial for an industry that wishes to make a global impact for a sustainable future.
Listyowardojo, T .A., Yan, X., Leyshon, S., Ray-Sannerud, B., Yu, X.Y., Zheng, K. and Duan, T. (2017). A safety culture assessment by mixed methods at a public maternity and infant hospital in China. Journal of multidisciplinary healthcare, Vol 10:253–262. https://doi.org/10.2147/JMDH.S136943. DOI: https://doi.org/10.2147/JMDH.S136943
Listyowardojo T.A., Leyshon, S., Turk, E., Ray-Sannerud, B., Vallevik, V., Lyons M. and Pytte, M. (2015). Mixed methods: Improving the assessment of safety culture in healthcare. Available at: https://cdn.veracity.com/digisales/myservices/cdn/content/marketplace/docs/DNVGL%20PosPaper%20Safety%20Culture_tcm28-12633.pdf
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