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Hinari Password Free Access


Hinari password free access




Hinari is a programme set up by the World Health Organization (WHO) together with major publishers, to provide free or very low-cost online access to the major journals in biomedical and related social sciences to local, not-for-profit institutions in developing countries. Hinari aims to improve the health of people in low- and middle-income countries by enabling health workers and researchers to access up-to-date and relevant information.


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However, not all institutions in eligible countries can access Hinari for free. Some institutions have to pay a nominal fee of US$ 1500 per year to access the full collection of journals, books and other resources. This fee may still be a barrier for some institutions, especially those with limited budgets or resources. Therefore, some users may look for ways to access Hinari without paying the fee, such as using a Hinari password that is shared by someone else.


However, this practice is not only unethical, but also illegal and risky. According to the Hinari terms and conditions, users are not allowed to share their Hinari passwords with anyone else, or use someone else's password to access Hinari. Doing so may result in the suspension or termination of the user's account, or legal action by the publishers or WHO. Moreover, using a Hinari password that is not authorized may expose the user to malware, phishing, or identity theft, as the password may be obtained from untrustworthy sources or websites.


Therefore, users who want to access Hinari should do so through legitimate and safe ways. Users who belong to an institution that is eligible for free access should register for a Hinari account through their institution's librarian or contact person. Users who belong to an institution that is eligible for low-cost access should contact their institution's librarian or contact person to arrange for the payment of the annual fee. Users who are not affiliated with any institution that is eligible for Hinari access should consider other options, such as accessing open access journals or books, or requesting articles or books from other libraries or institutions through interlibrary loan or document delivery services.


Hinari is a valuable resource for health workers and researchers in developing countries, as it provides them with access to high-quality and relevant information that can improve their knowledge and practice. However, users should respect the Hinari terms and conditions and use Hinari in a responsible and ethical manner. By doing so, users can ensure that Hinari will continue to be available and accessible for themselves and others in the future.


References:



  • [Hinari Access to Research for Health programme - World Health Organization]



  • [HINARI East West University Library]




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