Omedicine medical repository is an archive for collecting, preserving, and disseminating digital copies of the intellectual output of an institution, particularly a research institution, or school.

A medical repository can be viewed as “a set of services that a website offers to members of its community for the management and dissemination of digital materials created by institutions and its community members.” This includes materials such as monographs, eprints of academic journal articles—both before (preprints) and after (postprints) undergoing peer review—as well as electronic theses and dissertations and student researches that are handed over in order to attain a particular qualification. An institutional repository might also include other digital assets generated by academics, such as datasets, administrative documents, course notes, learning objects, or conference proceedings.


Our main objectives for are;

  1. To provide open access to institutional and student research output by self-archiving in an open access repository.
  2. To create global visibility for an institution’s scholarly research, and to store and preserve other institutional digital assets, including unpublished or otherwise easily lost (“grey”) literature such as theses, working papers or technical reports.


Omedicine repositories are document servers enabling researchers to archive their research output. A digital institutional repository accessible through the Internet can improve the visibility, usage and impact of research conducted at an

Omedicine repositories are partly linked to the notion of a digital library—i.e., collecting, housing, classifying, cataloguing, curating, preserving, and providing access to digital content—analogous with the library’s conventional function of collecting, housing classifying, curating, preserving and providing access to analog content.

Besides archiving research output institutional repositories can perform the functions such as knowledge management, research assessment and showcasing an institution’s or students  research output.[8]

The content of omedicine medical repository is focused on the medical information and research in the medical disciplines, thus research from a variety of academic subjects. Examples of such digital institutional repositories include the MIT Institutional Repository.

Advantage of working with Omedicine

  1. Omedicine is free, no initial or extra charges. Contact us email: omedicineofficial@gmail.com

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  1. We shall ensure that the published work of scholars is available to the academic community even after increases in subscription fees or budget cuts within other online libraries. The majority of research scholars do not provide free access to their research output to their colleagues in an organization. Institutional repositories provide scholars with a common platform so that everyone in the institution can contribute scholarly material to promote cross-campus interdisciplinary research. The development of an institutional repository redefines the production and dissemination of scholarly material within an academic community.
  2. Omedicine repository can provide a platform to manage institutional information, including web content. Institutional repositories have a number of benefits, including access to resources, visibility of research, and presentations of the contents.