This journal follows the guidance of the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE) and the International Committee to deal with all aspects of publication ethics and in particular, how to handle research cases and publication errors. All research must be conducted with ethical standards and must comply with local regulations and standards to obtain supervision and approval. The work described in your article must have been carried out in accordance with the World Medical Association Code of Ethics (Declaration of Helsinki) for experiments involving humans and animals.
Faletehan Health Journal adjusts COPE to meet ethical standards for publishers, editors, writers, and reviewers. As an important issue, publication ethics needs to be clearly explained to improve the quality of research worldwide. In this section, we explain the standards for editors, writers, and reviewers. In addition, publishers have no right to interfere with the integrity of the content and only support to publish it in a timely manner.
The editor is responsible for each article published in the Journal. The editor must help the writer to follow the instructions. The editors can communicate with other editors or reviewers in making the final decision. The editor will evaluate the manuscript objectively for publication, assessing each on its quality regardless of nationality, ethnicity, political beliefs, race, religion, gender, seniority, or author's institutional affiliation. The editor will refuse his duties when there is a potential conflict of interest.
The editor needs to make sure the document sent to the reviewer does not contain information from the author, and vice versa. The editors 'decision must be made known to the author accompanied by the reviewers' comments unless they contain offensive or defamatory comments. The editor must respect the request from the author that one must not review the submission if this makes sense and is practical. The editor and all staff must ensure the confidentiality of the submitted text. Reviewers need to correct for possible publication errors. The reviewer will do the work in a timely manner and will notify the editor if it cannot complete the work. Reviewers need to maintain the confidentiality of the manuscript. Reviewers may not accept to review manuscripts where there is a potential conflict of interest between them and one of the authors.
The author confirms that the material has never been published before and has not transferred any rights to the article elsewhere. Authors must ensure the authenticity of the work and they correctly quote the work of others according to the reference format. The author cannot be involved in plagiarism or self-plagiarism. The author does not suggest any personal information that can make the identity of the patient / respondent identified in the form of any description, photo or genealogy section. When photos of patients are very important and very necessary as scientific information, the author has received written approval. In the case of human trials, the author has certified that the research process is in accordance with the ethical standards of the Helsinki declaration, the domestic and foreign committees that lead human experiments. If there are doubts raised whether the research was carried out in accordance with the declaration, the author must explain it. In the case of animal experiments, the authors have stated that the authors have followed domestic and foreign guidelines related to animal experiments in the laboratory. Authors must provide data editors and job details if there is a suspicion of data forgery or fabrication.