Responsibilities Of Authorship

Author (s) should:

  • be responsible for the accuracy of data presentation and obtain any necessary authorization for publication;
  • confirm that the submitted manuscript was not accepted for publication in another journal. In case that the fragments of the content overlap with those published or transmitted for publication, the authors must ensure the recognition and citation of the source;
  • confirm that all the studies in the submitted manuscript are original, acknowledge and cite the information reproduced from another sources. Obtain permission to reproduce any information from other sources. The author must not admit plagiarism in any form ("passing" the fragments of some publications as the author's own ideas, copying or paraphrasing substantial parts of the publications of other authors (without attribution) and even claiming the results of research performed by others). Plagiarism is unethical publishing behavior and is unacceptable. Manuscripts containing plagiarized text must be rejected; 
  • contribute to study planning and designing; data acquisition, analysis and interpretation;
  • ensure that any study on human beings, animals conforms to national, local and institutional laws and requirements and confirm that approval was requested and obtained, as appropriate. Authors must obtain the express permission of human subjects and respect their confidentiality; 
  • know that the content of the manuscript is the sole responsibility of the author (s);
  • ensure that the final version of the submitted manuscript was viewed and accepted by the authors (in the case of manuscripts with more than one author);
  • declare any conflicts of interest;
  • promptly notify if a significant error was identified in their publication and cooperate with the editorial board to withdraw the publication or correct the error;
  • corresponding author must ensure that all co-authors have made specific contributions to the research sand writing of the manuscript.