OnlineOpen – The Open Access Option
OnlineOpen is available to authors who wish to make their article open access and available to all on Wiley Online Library, including those who don’t subscribe to the journal. Wiley will also submit your published article to PubMed Central and PMC mirror sites.
The cost for OnlineOpen is US$3,000, which can be paid by the author, the author's funding agency, or the author's institution.
Copyright and open access licenses
Authors choosing OnlineOpen will retain copyright in their articles and will be offered a choice of creative commons licenses.
All Research Councils UK (RCUK), COAF/Wellcome Trust and FWF funded authors will be directed to the Creative Commons Attribution license (CC-BY).
All other authors (non-RCUK, COAF/Wellcome Trust and FWF funded authors) are free to choose a Creative Commons Attribution Non-Commercial (CC-BY-NC) or Attribution-Non-Commercial-NoDerivs (CC-BY-NC-ND) license.
For more information about open access license terms and conditions click here.
Compliant with funder mandates - Open Access policies
OnlineOpen is fully compliant with open access mandates – meeting the requirements of funding organizations where these apply, including but not limited to:
- Research Councils UK: MRC, BBSRC, AHRC, ESRC, EPSRC, NERC, STFC
- Charity Open Access Fund (COAF): Arthritis Research UK, Breast Cancer Campaign, the British Heart Foundation, Cancer Research UK, Leukaemia & Lymphoma, The Wellcome Trust
- Austrian Science Fund (FWF)
- Telethon Italy
- The Howard Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI)
For more information on funder mandates and open access policies please click here.
How do I make my article OnlineOpen?
As the author, you can decide to publish your article with open access once it has been accepted for publication. After acceptance please inform the journal’s editorial office that you want your article to be OnlineOpen so they can provide you with an open access agreement to sign to publish your article under a Creative Commons license and please complete the payment of an open access publication fee of US$3,000 via the OnlineOpen Form.
A number of funders and institutions have arrangements with Wiley to pay the open access publication fee on behalf of their investigators. Please find out if your institution or funder will pay your open access fee: Institutional and Funder Open Access Payments.
To read all of the Editor's choice papers click here.
- Annual Report of the Committee on Gynecologic Oncology, Japan Society of Obstetrics and Gynecology: Patient Annual Report for 2014 and Treatment Annual Report for 2009
- Expression of natural cytotoxicity receptors and cytokine production on endometrial natural killer cells in women with recurrent pregnancy loss or implantation failure, and the expression of natural cytotoxicity receptors on peripheral blood natural killer cells in pregnant women with a history of recurrent pregnancy loss
- Diagnostic imaging using positron emission tomography for gynecological malignancy
JOGR Article Awards
Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology Research is pleased to announce the following article awardees.
Young Scientists Awardee 2017
Comparison of perinatal outcomes between long-term andshort-term use of tocolytic agent: a historical cohort study in asingle perinatal hospital
Yoon Seok Chang Endowment Awardee 2017
Pain during embryo transfer is independently associated with clinical pregnancy in fresh/frozen assisted reproductive technology cycles
Sotirios H. Saravelos
Yuji Murata Endowment Awardees 2017
Microbiome of the placenta in pre-eclampsia supports the role of bacteria in the multifactorial cause of pre-eclampsia
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