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Publication Ethics and Misconduct Statement

Author's obligations

Originality and plagiarism:  Authors must ensure that the work must be wholly original, and if authors use the work or words of others, they must cite or cite appropriately. there is. Such citations and citations should be listed in the bibliography at the top of the article.

Multiple publications:  Authors should generally not publish additional manuscripts that primarily describe constant analysis in more than one journal or major publication. Continuous submission of manuscripts to multiple journals at the same time constitutes unethical corporate behavior and is unacceptable.

Checking sources:  You should learn to correctly recognize the work of others. Authors should cite publications that may dictate the character of the rumored work.

Authorship of the paper:  Authors should be limited to those who made a significant contribution to the conception, design, execution, or interpretation of the study, listed as co-authors. Others, such as the WHO, that have participated in substantive aspects of scientific research should be recognized as contributors or listed.

Corresponding authors:  Corresponding authors are authors who are responsible for human activity in the journal they publish. Corresponding authors should ensure that all applicable co-authors are listed in the paper and that inappropriate co-authors are not included. All co-authors saw and approved the final version of the manuscript and teamed up to submit it for publication.

Confirmation of funding source:  The source of funding for any analysis rumored in the article must be clearly stated at the beginning of the article.

Disclosure and Conflicts of Interest:  All authors must disclose in the manuscript any substantial conflicts of interest, financial or otherwise, that could be construed as influencing the results or interpretation of the manuscript.

Fundamental errors in the printed work:  If an author discovers a significant error or quality in their printed work, they should promptly notify the journal editor or publisher and work with the editor to improve the paper. It is the author's obligation to retract or amend.

Duties of Reviewers
Contribution of Critiques:  Critiques help editors make editorial choices, but editorial communication with authors also helps authors improve their papers.

Unqualified or expedited review:  If a reviewer feels that WHO is unqualified to review an assigned manuscript or is unable to provide expedited review, he or she may notify the editor and change the review method. should be exempted.

Confidentiality:  Manuscripts received for review should be treated as confidential documents. It must not be shown or mentioned to others unless authorized by the Editor-in-Chief. Privileged data and ideas obtained through critique should be treated as absolutely confidential and not used for personal gain.

Sound Criteria:  Reviews should be objective. Personal criticism of the author will not be made. Reviewers must clearly categorize their views with supporting arguments.

Checking sources:  Reviewers should determine any relevant publications that are not cited by the author. Statements previously reported elsewhere must appear in the middle of the relevant citation. Reviewers jointly decide to bring to the attention of the Editor-in-Chief that personal information is required where there are substantial similarities or overlaps between the manuscript under consideration and other printed articles is needed.

Conflicts of Interest:  Reviewers should refuse to review manuscripts that require a conflict of interest arising from a competitive, collaborative, or alternative relationship or relationship with the author.

Editor's duties

Decisions about article publication:  Revues editors are responsible for deciding whether articles submitted to the journal should be printed. Editors may also follow the policies of their journal's editorial board, which is subject to legal obligations regarding defamation, infringement, and plagiarism. Editors may check with reviewers when making this call. Even if the reviews are positive, the editor may refuse to publish the paper or give the authors additional comments on how to revise the paper. If the final version does not have the editor's support, it should be rejected for publication. The final decision regarding publication rests with the editor.

Fair play:  Manuscripts will be evaluated solely on the basis of intellectual interest.
Confidentiality: Editors and editorial staff must not disclose any information about submitted manuscripts to anyone other than the corresponding author, reviewers, potential reviewers, various editorial advisors, and the publisher.

Disclosure and conflicts of interest:  Unpublished material disclosed in a submitted manuscript may be used by WHO to include reading material in the manuscript and to anyone who processes it in their own analysis, even without the express written consent of the authors. should not be used.

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