Publication Ethics

Journal rights:

- The editorial board has the right to preliminary examination of the research and to decide its eligibility for evaluation.
- The editor-in-chief may inform the writer of the research that is not accepted for publication, without the opinion of the reviewers List the names of the reviewers.
- If the research is rejected, the journal is not obligated to explain its reasons.
- The research submitted to the journal is evaluated to ensure that it meets all the criteria of terms and conditions in the magazine regardless of race, gender and religious background. Priority in publishing accepted research is given to the date of its acceptance in the journal, as for the order of the research Within the number, it is subject to a regulatory process.
- The research may not be published in any other scientific journal after its publication has been approved in the journal. Researches that reach the journal are not returned, whether published or not.
- The journal is committed to improving the scientific sobriety and ethical standards of work and the integrity of language and citation and plagiarism.

Responsibility and rights of the authors:

- Informing the researcher of receiving his research after setting the researcher's information on the first page of the research. The researcher is not allowed to withdraw his research after sending it to the reviewers, except for convincing reasons. Informing the researcher of the outcome of the evaluation by providing him with a summary of the reviewers' opinion in case the research is accepted, or apologizing for publishing the research in the event that the research did not pass the evaluation stage, after a period ranging from two to four weeks. The researcher is granted (acceptance to publish) after completing the evaluation notes.
- The journal sends a hard copy to the researcher of the issue in which his published research was published.
- The researcher is sent a link to the journal on the ministry's website Commitment to the principles and standards of scientific publishing ethics.
- The researcher (in case of joint publication) is obliged to obtain the written consent of all researchers.
- The researcher undertakes to make the amendments stipulated in the reports of the evaluators, and if necessary, to repeat the research for one of the evaluators for verification.
- The researcher sends the research in its final form after making the amendments within two weeks from the date of requesting the amendments.
- Informing the researcher of the date of publication of the research in order to review it before publication, and in the event that there are notes, he communicates directly with the editor-in-chief.

Reviwer responsibility:

- The approval of the evaluator of the research evaluation and the completion of the research evaluation within a maximum period of one month from the date of its acceptance for arbitration.
- The evaluator is committed to scientific integrity in arbitrating research papers without prejudice to any considerations.
- The rater has the right to refuse to accept a research evaluation that is outside the scope of his specialization or that he does not have sufficient experience in it. The evaluator must maintain the confidentiality of the research information.
- The evaluator is obligated to make his observations about the research detailed according to the approved arbitration form, and not to be satisfied with the overall examination and arbitration, and to direct his observations to the research and not to the person of the researcher.

Editorial Board Responsibility:

- The editorial board is committed to verifying the quality of scientific research submitted for publication, and referring it to arbitrators with scientific experience and specialization in the subject of the research.
- The editorial board of the journal is committed to the geographical diversity of the arbitrators, and that not all of them belong to one scientific institution.
- The editorial board is obligated to implement the researcher’s request to exclude any arbitrator from the beginning before appointing the arbitrators when it is satisfied with the reasons and justifications presented.
- The editorial board should also ask all the arbitrators to disclose any conflict or conflict of interest they have before agreeing to accept arbitration and start its procedures. The editorial board must exercise its powers honestly, objectively and fairly, and not discriminate between researchers based on illegal considerations.
- The editorial board is committed to giving researchers a reasonable opportunity to answer the referees' comments about their research.
- The editorial board is committed to confidentiality and to preserving information on research and researchers, as long as it is in the arbitration stage.
- The head of the editorial board is obligated to inform the author of the approved scientific material of its publication approval and the number specified for its publication.

Publication ethics guidelines Principles of scientific research and publishing:

Researchers wishing to publish their research and studies in the international journal must adhere to the following:
- Presenting original research in a consistent scientific manner that matches the specifications of refereed research, taking into account the terms and policies of publishing in the journal.
- Honesty and accuracy in documenting, analyzing and publishing data and results.
- Avoid any conflict of interest, such as supporting private parties with an agenda or linking up with parties with special interests Contribute to community development and provide research of additional scientific value in the field of research.
- Accuracy in documentation and inference with references and attributing opinions to their owners and authors Publication decisions:
The editorial board is responsible for approving the publication of scientific research submitted to the journal.
Research submitted to the journal is evaluated to ensure that it meets all criteria of the terms and conditions published in the journal Regardless of race, gender, religious background, ethnicity, nationality and political philosophy.
What is taken into account is the scientific value and ethical standards of the work, the integrity of the scientific research, the language, the citation and the plagiarism.
The editorial committee is committed to improving the scientific sobriety of the journal by publishing research according to its importance, clarity, correctness, and compliance with the terms and conditions stipulated for researchers.

Confidentiality of the information:

The chairman and members of the editorial board undertake not to disclose any information related to the documents or papers submitted to the journal except for the necessary information authorized by the authors, editors, consultants and publisher. Responsibilities of reviewers and arbitrators: Contribute to publishing decisions Reviewers and referees in the journal assist the editorial committee in making the appropriate decision regarding research as well as helping the author to improve his research. The editorial committee of the journal is also committed not to reveal the names of the reviewers but with the written consent of the reviewers themselves.

Objectivity in Reviewing criteria:

Objective criteria in judging are essential and subjective judgments towards authors should not be overlooked and ignored. The review must be supported by clear opinions and scientific arguments, and must be in accordance with the journal's regulations, published standards and requirements. The journal is committed to fixing all technical errors or errors resulting from the publishing process, or any modifications that the researcher may request from the journal. Ethical statements in research are an integral part of the process of submitting a research paper to a journal. During the submission process, there are many questions and statements that you as the author need to answer before submitting. So let's take a look at all of these one by one. Pre-submission ethical considerations related to authorship: Before submitting your paper to the journal, you should consider some important aspects of authorship which are listed below:
- Ensure that all authors mentioned in the paper have approved authorship. And read and approve the research, and give them approval to submit the research and publish it later.
- All named authors must agree to the order of authorship before submission.
- The full names, institutional affiliation, and highest degree obtained by the authors must be stated. and email address (and in some cases social media handles Facebook, Twitter) clearly visible on the title page.
- Thus appointing a corresponding author, who takes full ownership of all research-related communications.
- His detailed institutional link (including postal address, telephone number, fax number and e-mail address) must be provided.
- Some journals ask for guarantors who may be the same as the corresponding author or a different person (a senior researcher in the group overseeing the progress of the research work).
- Depending on what the target journal expects from the sponsor, he may be responsible for the integrity of the scientific research. (including ethics, data handling, results reporting, and study conduct). He communicates with the journal if there are any technical clarifications required related to the research, and you will handle similar responsibilities.
- All authors must agree to the names listed in the Acknowledgment section.

Ethics statements related to the submission of scientific research:

When submitting your paper to a journal, you need to follow the journal's ethical policies and guidelines. Most journals expect authors to declare the following: The paper has not been submitted, in whole or in part, or published anywhere. In other words, authors must ensure that the paper is not a duplicate publication. And that the research will not be presented anywhere else until the editing process is complete. If any part of the research contains previously published content (figures or tables), the authors must provide a permission statement to reproduce the material signed by the respective authors and publishers. Ethics guidelines if the search is linked to other databases: If the research is based on a dataset that was the basis for another research, the authors should maintain transparency in such cases. They should declare this by referring to previously published research. If a dataset is associated with the research, provide information on where to access the data that supports the findings or analysis provided in the research. Where applicable, this shall include hyperlinking to publicly archived datasets. numeric identifier, or any other permanent identifier associated with the data set. Always check the journal's guidelines for the specific templates or style in which this information should be presented. When describing a new software tool or application, authors must host their project with a recognized open source repository. Information such as the project name, project home page, operating system, programming language, license, and any restrictions for use by non-academics should accompany the research.

Ethics approval statements for studies involving humans:

If your study includes human subjects, or if the study includes case reports, you need to provide the following: Authors must provide the name of the ethical approval committee or Institutional Review Board to which they obtained their approval ID number. Authors must specifically state whether and why a waiver was obtained for the study. Thus the authors must state that written informed consent was obtained from the study participants. The relevant document must be submitted when requested by the journal. If oral informed consent was obtained, the reason for the lack of written consent must be provided.

For case reports involving minor subjects, children, or infants, authors should confirm the availability of written informed consent statements from legally authorized representatives, parents, or guardians. If oral informed consent was obtained, the reasons for this should be stated. As for sick people, because patients have a right to privacy, identifying information (including pictures of patients, names, initials, or hospital numbers) should not be included in recordings, written descriptions, or photographs, unless the information is necessary for scientific purposes. In any event, written informed consent must be obtained from the patient to publish these drawings in print and electronic form. If such consent is not obtained, patients' personal details in any part of the research and in any supplementary materials (including illustrations) must be removed prior to submission.