Publication Ethics



  1. Present complete, original, and objective information.
  2. The source of quotation and referral is informed.
  3. Use the journal space efficiently (write compact manuscripts).
  4. Inform the use of hazardous chemicals.
  5. Not sending one manuscript to more than one journal at the same time.
  6. Everyone involved (student & mentor) becomes a member of the author's team.
  7. Dead writers remain included as members.
  8. Avoid data forgery (falsification).
  9. Avoid fragmentation of research report data into several article themes so that the discussion becomes superficial.
  10. The correspondent author is the most knowledgeable writer in the manuscript.
  11. The first author of a manuscript is determined by the author's own team.
  12. Research involving animals and humans must have permission from the authorities.
  13. At the time of submission of the manuscript, correspondent authors must have granted / approved all authors listed in the manuscript for the submission and publication of all manuscript versions.
  14. Manuscripts should not contain material copied from other articles without the author's permission.
  15. All materials derived from previous work, including from the same author, are associated with previous publications correctly with appropriate citations.
  16. The manuscript will be retained on the sever journals and will be held to be valid publications by the journal as long as there is no breach of ethical scientific publication.
  17. Credit to authors is provided based on: (1) Substantial contributions to conception and design, data acquisition, or analysis and interpretation of data (2) Involvement in drafting articles and or revising them critically for important intellectual content, and (3) To be published.
  18. The acquisition of funding, data collection, or general monitoring of the study group was not included as the author.
  19. Anyone who has donated and helped who does not qualify as a writer should be written in the thank you section. For example: a helpful technician, companion writing manuscript, or a faculty member who has facilitated.
  20. Parties who have provided financial and material assistance are also written on the thank you.