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  1. Why does Annals of General Hospital Psychiatry have article-processing charges?
  2. What do the article-processing charges pay for?
  3. How much is Annals of General Hospital Psychiatry charging?
  4. Are any taxes included in this charge?
  5. To which articles will this charge apply?
  6. Why a flat charge rather than one based on page numbers?
  7. Who is responsible for making the payment?
  8. Which funding agencies explicitly allow direct use of their grants to cover article-processing charges?
  9. Which funding agencies support open access publishing and would expect article-processing charges to be payable via institutional funds to which the agency contributes?
  10. How do I pay?
  11. Can charges be waived if the author cannot pay?
  12. Will there be any automatic waivers?
Article-processing charges

Annals of General Hospital Psychiatry is published by BioMed Central, an independent publishing house committed to providing immediate free access to peer-reviewed biomedical research. Journals published by BioMed Central levy an article-processing charge per article accepted for publication.

Note - researchers at BioMed Central member institutions do not have to pay the article processing charge, and will receive an automatic waiver.