Publication Ethics

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PUBLICATION ETHICS

To ensure high quality in research, win public trust in the findings, and to receive the credit from the public at a large scale, the authors are required to follow the publication ethics given below:

  1. Work is original and is not previously published or in review in any other journal
  2. Author names are written in correct order
  3. Articles are submitted with full consent of the co-authors
  4. The names of the co-authors are written with full consent
  5. All the works are cited correctly
  6. Figures or tables are reproduced with due permission
  7. Similarity indexed is below 10 percent
  8. All contributors are properly be acknowledged
  9. Funding sources are declared
  10. Manuscript is prepared according to journal guidelines
  11. References are provided for all of the works cited in the text
  12. Copywright material is not used
  13. Data is real and collected through authentic means
  14. Conflict of interests/competing interests (as determined by ICMJE http://icmje.org/recommendations/browse/roles-and-responsibilities/author-responsibilities–conflicts-of-interest.html and WAME http://www.wame.org/about/conflict-of-interest-in-peer-reviewed-medical ), if any, are declared

For detailed information on publication ethics, visit Committee on Publication Ethics’ (COPE) website at http://publicationethics.org (LinFo) is not yet a member of COPE, but it acknowledges its guidelines)