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    Hi all,

    I am currently applying for the AFP and I have read that publications for the AFP don't need a PMID.

    I have a publication which was accepted into a medical computer science journal which isn't on Pubmed. Therefore, it doesn't have a PMID but it does have a DOI etc.

    When I go to insert it into the AFP application, it asks for the following:

    PMID/PMCID/don/in press ID:

    What is 'don' and 'in press ID'? Is the 'don' my DOI?

    Any help would be much appreciated.

    TiA,

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    I've never heard of "don" and "in press ID" as fixed entities. Google isn't much help either. Surely they just want a unique identifier that they can use to find the publication? I'd have thought that (e.g.) "DOI:10.1002/14651858.CD009196.pub4" would be a perfectly acceptable answer to this question. DOI is the most universally accepted tool for identifying unique documents.
 
 
 
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