The publication of a paper by JERA Publisher is a crucial step in the process of safeguarding scientific knowledge. Our publishing house participates in the act of preventing publication malpractice in order to uphold ethical standards. Therefore, it’s critical to establish expectations for ethical behavior among all parties involved in publication, including authors, reviewers, publishers, and editors (https://ethics.praiseworthyprize.org/docs/ethics/COPE_editors_code_of_conduct.pdf).
Our standards acknowledge and adhere to The Committee on Publication Ethics’ Codes of Ethics and best practice recommendations (COPE)( https://publicationethics.org/).
Ethical Guidelines For Author
Publishing Responsibilities of Authors
Hazards and human or animal subjects
Use of patient images or case details
Where an author chooses to, the necessary consents, licences, and releases must be secured.
incorporate case specifics, other sensitive data, or pictures of patients or other people in a publication by JERA The author must save a copy of all written consents, as well as Upon JERA’s request, proof that these consents have been secured must be given. when it comes to children (in particular where a child has special needs or learning disabilities) Consent must be obtained with extreme caution.
Additionally, extra care must be exercised when an where a person’s head or face is depicted or where a person’s name or other personal information is details.
Writing an Article
No Prior Publication or Duplicate Submissions.
Originality and plagiarism
Data access and retention
Multiple, redundant or concurrent publication In general, an author shouldn’t submit articles that effectively describe the same research to more than one journal or primary publication. It is unacceptable to simultaneously submit the same paper to multiple journals, which is considered unethical publishing practise. In general, an author shouldn’t submit a previously published manuscript for consideration in another journal.
If certain requirements are met, it may be justified to publish some articles in more than one publication. The secondary publishing, which must represent the same information and interpretation of the source document, requires the approval of the authors and editors of the relevant journals. The secondary publication must include a citation to the initial reference.
Acknowledgment of sources
permission of the study’s author who uses those services. Disclosure and conflicts of interest When an author or the author’s institution has a financial or other relationship with another person or group that could improperly influence the author’s study, a conflict of interest may occur. The safest course of action is to fully disclose the conflict to the journal, whether it be genuine or anticipated. Disclosure of all relationships that might be seen as creating a conflict of interest is required for all submissions.
If the journal believes that the disclosures are crucial for readers in evaluating the submission, it may publish them and utilise them as the basis for editorial judgments. The journal may decide not to publish as a result of the declared conflict. All authors must disclose any actual or potential conflicts of interest, including any financial, personal, or other relationships with other people or organisations within three years of starting the study, which could improperly influence (bias) their study, at the end of the text, under the heading “Disclosure Statement.” Employment, consulting agreements, stock ownership, honoraria, expert witness fees, patent applications and registrations, grants, and other financial support are a few examples of potential conflicts of interest that need to be reported. At the earliest opportunity, such conflicts of interest should be revealed. Disclosure of all funding sources for the project is required.
This statement should be made in a separate section of the text, right before the References, with the heading “Role of the funding source.” The study sponsor(s), if any, must be identified in the authors’ descriptions of the study’s design, data collection, analysis, and interpretation, report authoring, and decision to submit the article for publication. Fundamental errors in the published studies When an author learns that a published paper contains a serious error or inaccuracy, it is the It is the author’s duty to collaborate with the editor and promptly tell the journal editor or publisher to withdraw or update the article. In the event that an editor or publisher discovers from a third party that a If the study has a substantial error, the author must immediately retract or correct the article or give the editor proof that the original article was accurate.
The corresponding author is responsible for making sure that the article has all appropriate co-authors and no unsuitable ones. They should also make sure that all co-authors have viewed the final version of the article, approved it, and agreed to its submission for publication.
Changes to authorship
The corresponding author of the accepted manuscript must submit requests to the Journal Manager with the following information to add, remove, or rearrange the authors:
1. The justification for changing the order of the authors’ names or adding or removing names
2. Confirmation in writing (email, fax, letter) from all authors that the addition, removal, or rearranging is acceptable. This involves authorization from the author who is being added to or removed from the list of authors. The Journal Manager will transmit requests that are not sent by the relevant author to the author, who must then follow the steps outlined above. Note that:
• Journal Managers will communicate any such demands to the Journal Editors.
• Once authorship has been decided upon, publication of the accepted manuscript in an online issue is postponed.
• Following the publication of the accepted manuscript in an online issue: Any requests to change the order of author names in an article that was published in an online edition will adhere to the aforementioned standards and could result in a corrigendum.