Publishing Ethics

Publishing Ethics and Policies


Publication of an article in a peer-reviewed journal is a main building block in the development of an intelligible and respected network of knowledge. It’s reflecting the quality of the work of the authors and the publishers. MedWin Publishers committed to promoting the highest ethical publication process through all our journals and aims to ensure that best practice and ethical standards are maintained by all journal editors. Allegations of misconduct will be investigated fully by our Cross Check Team, who takes care to verify the originality of published works to avoid publishing hazards in the form of Legal limitations upon the publisher, copyright holder or author(s), article retraction, article removal or article replacement in relations especially basedon false medical or inaccurate data.

Our Policies in Specific Areas

Authorship, Competing Interests and Funding

  • Authors have to take mutual responsibility for submitted and published work.
  • While submitting the manuscript Authors must disclose any conflicts of interest that could be considered.
  • Authors must declare if any Funding received for the work.
  • Articles will be accepted only if they are considered after acceptance of editor.

Research Ethics, Misconduct, Plagiarism and Dual Publication

  • Authors should present their results clearly and without fabrication, falsification or inappropriate data manipulation.
  • Authors should adhere to publication requirements that submitted work has not been published elsewhere and it is original, is not copied.
  • Duplication of a published article with another published article is not acceptable. When this is identified we will consider publishing a notice of redundant publication.
  • The research being reported should have been conducted in responsible and an ethical manner.

Experiments Involving Patient Images or Case Details: Studies on patients requires ethics committee approval and informed consent.

Experiments Involving Living Subjects (Humans or Animals): If the work involves chemicals, procedures or equipment that has any unusual hazards or if it involves the use of animal or human subjects. Author must clearly include a brief statement identifying the institutional and/or licensing committee approving the experiments.

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