About Our Repository


The Parkview Health Research Repository is Parkview’s new institutional research repository, a place where research and scholarly output will be preserved and shared with the general public. Made possible by Parkview Health, PPG, and Mirro Center for Research and Innovation, the Parkview Health Research Repository is on a Parkview-branded site on the Digital Commons Network™, which makes the work created at Parkview accessible worldwide through permanent URLs while establishing intellectual property rights.


Parkview is one of the first nonacademic health systems to have an institutional research repository, which was developed by Parkview Health Sciences Library staff. In fact, we are one of only 11 in the nation, five in the Midwest and the first in Indiana.


Parkview Health Research Repository Goals:

  • Increase visibility of, and access to, Parkview Health researchers by disseminating publication information.
  • Showcase individual researchers, clinical specialties, and Parkview as part of the system’s publishing initiative.
  • Identify and maintain an enduring, digital record of Parkview research in the format of publications, presentations, and posters.
  • Increase awareness and provide support of Parkview Health programs.

  • All Parkview employees active in professional publications/articles, posters, presentations are asked to submit their information to be included in the repository.