Name of the organizational or personal entity that holds a copyright
The copyright holder is typically identified within the copyright statement, as this statement is expected to be displayed. The copyright holder name may also be repeated in this element for purposes of searching and metadata extraction.
Best practice is to use the <copyright-statement> and <copyright-year> elements only within the container element <permissions>. The <copyright-statement> and <copyright-year> elements are allowed outside the permissions wrapper only for reasons of backwards compatibility.
<!ELEMENT copyright-holder (#PCDATA %copyright-holder-elements;)* >
Any combination of:
... <article-meta> <article-id pub-id-type="pmid">...</article-id> <title-group>...</title-group> <contrib-group>...</contrib-group> <aff id="StLukes">...</aff> <pub-date pub-type="pub"> <day>27</day><month>03</month> <year>1999</year> </pub-date> <volume>318</volume> <issue>7187</issue> <fpage>837</fpage> <lpage>841</lpage> <history> <date date-type="accepted"> <day>29</day> <month>01</month> <year>1999</year></date> </history> <permissions> <copyright-statement>Copyright © 1999, British Medical Journal</copyright-statement> <copyright-year>1999</copyright-year> <copyright-holder>British Medical Journal</copyright-holder> </permissions> <abstract> <p>To examine the effectiveness of day hospital attendance in prolonging independent living for elderly people.</p> </abstract> </article-meta> ...