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Copyright and Open Access at the Bedside

John C. Newman, M.D., Ph.D. And Robin Feldman, J.D. | The New England Journal of Medicine | December 29, 2011

This action, unprecedented for a bedside clinical assessment tool, has sent a chill through the academic community; clearly, clinicians and researchers can no longer live in blissful ignorance of copyright...

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Open Source Licensing Defuses Copyright Law's Threat to Medicine

Steve Tokar | University of California San Francisco | December 28, 2011

Enforcing copyright law could potentially interfere with patient care, stifle innovation and discourage research, but using open source licensing instead can prevent the problem, according to a physician – who practices both at the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF) and the San Francisco VA Medical Center – and a legal scholar at the UC Hastings College of Law.

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