Publication Ethics

The Yashfeen Journal of Health Innovation and Practice (YJHIP) is committed to the highest standards of publication ethics. We follow the guidelines set out by the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE) and the International Committee of Medical Journal Editors (ICMJE).

These guidelines include the following:

  • Originality and Plagiarism: All submitted manuscripts must be original and must not have been published previously in any form. Plagiarism is not tolerated and will result in the rejection of the manuscript.
  • Data Fabrication and Falsification: Authors must not fabricate or falsify data. Any suspected cases of data fabrication or falsification will be investigated and may result in the retraction of the manuscript.
  • Conflicts of Interest: Authors must disclose any conflicts of interest that could bias their research or the interpretation of their findings.
  • Authorship: All authors must have made a significant contribution to the research and should be listed as authors.
  • Acknowledgments: All sources of funding and assistance must be acknowledged.

YJHIP also has a policy of double-blind peer review. This means that the identities of the authors and reviewers are kept hidden from each other during the review process. This helps to ensure that the review process is fair and unbiased.

If you have any concerns about the publication ethics of YJHIP, please contact the Editor-in-Chief.

Here are some additional best practices in publication ethics:

  • Be transparent about your research methods and data.
  • Provide accurate and complete citations for all sources used in your research.
  • Avoid making any misleading or exaggerated claims in your research findings.
  • Be respectful of the work of others and avoid plagiarism.

By following these best practices, you can help to ensure that your research is published in a responsible and ethical manner.