Reprints & Permissions
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Copyright: Unless otherwise noted, publishers hold the copyright on all materials published in Journals, whether in print or electronic form, both as a compilation and as individual articles. All Journal content is subject to database protections and "fair use" provisions of Canada or applicable international copyright laws [https://www.cb-cda.gc.ca/act-loi/index-e.html].
Longwoods Publishing grants permission for authors, readers and third parties to reproduce material from its journals and online products. This includes the use of figures or tables, the posting of an abstract (including link to original article) on a web site, or the reproduction of a full article within another journal. Certain permissions can be granted free of charge; others incur a fee.
To request permissions, please contact Access Copyright:
The Canadian Copyright Licensing Agency
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No direct commercial re-use (e.g. downloading, posting of a file, or printing to sell or distribute to any non-authorized user) of any Journal content is permitted without prior, express written permission of publishers. Permission is granted, however, to provide a limited amount of print or electronic Journal content for purposes of regulatory approval, patent and/or trademark applications or other legal or regulatory purposes.
Longwoods offers article and issue reprint/e-print services. Reprints can be ordered in lots of 100 or more. If you are interested in purchasing hard copy reprints of any back issue or specific article please contact email@example.com for a quote.Single issues of the following journals are available:
- Healthcare Quarterly
- Healthcare Policy
- Nursing Leadership (CJNL)
Commercial reprints are an exact replica of the published article. All Longwoods Publishing commercial reprints are supplied with a cover as standard, and printed double-sided. Reprints are generally saddle-stitched. Customers may purchase standard reprints in black and white or in colour (when available). The following information may be added:
- disclaimer text
- company name and/or logo
For more information contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Institutional Subscribers to the journal are permitted to reproduce or disseminate journal content within the parameters of applicable copyright law. The following uses are specifically authorized:
- Downloading: Downloading, printing, or saving of Journal content for the purposes of research, teaching, and/or private study by Authorized Users is permissible. Systematic downloading (by robots or other automatic processes) is prohibited without explicit publisher approval.
- Accessibility: Institutional subscribers may transcribe any portion of Journal content into Braille script, enlarged type or other appropriate version in order to allow Authorized Users with disabilities to access Journals.
- Course Packs: Institutional subscribers may include limited portions of Journal content, in printed or digital format, in the preparation of course packs or other educational materials for Authorized Users.