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:: ethical statement ::
 | Post date: 2018/03/11 | 
Ethical statement
Ethical issues are important parameters that should be considered during implementing, reporting, reviewing, and editing a research paper. Therefore, not only are the authors required to meet the ethical requirements, but also the reviewers and editors have some responsibilities in this regard.
Ethical responsibilities of authors
Different types of research misconduct include plagiarism, failure to obtain ethical approval by the Research Ethics Committee, fabrication or falsification of data, impaired data presentation or analysis, absence of participants' informed consent, undisclosed conflict of interest, improper claims of authorship, and duplicate publication.
Regarding the International Committee of Medical Journal Editors guidelines, the authors who have been actively involved in the conception, design, data acquisition, data analysis and interpretation, drafting or revising of the research paper for intellectual contents, or final approval of the version to be published can be denominated as the authors in the manuscript.Therefore, gift authorship or the inclusion of the authors having made no contributionto the research process is considered as an ethical misconduct and should be avoided.
Duplicate submission
Duplicate submission and redundant publications are not considered in our journal. Therefore, the authors should acknowledge that their manuscript has not been submitted to or published either partially or completely in other journals.
Falsification and fabrication of data
Reporting spurious data and manipulation of data, materials, equipment, and experimental procedures with the purpose of having a desired outcome are regarded unethical.Consequently, the articles including such manipulations would be dismissed from the review process as soon as being detected.
The unreferenced use of the ideas or words of other individuals without giving appropriate creditis considered as plagiarism. Accordingly, the authors should make their best to accurately reference the borrowed ideas or texts in order not to be accused of plagiarism.
Ethical responsibilities of reviewers and editors
In addition to the authors, reviewers and editors are also obliged to follow the ethicalissues.
The reviewers and editors are not expected to misappropriate any ideas or text from the manuscript under consideration without the authors' consents. They should submit the review at the due time. The reviews should be performed unbiasedly regardless of the authors' gender, ethnicity, nationality, religious beliefs, or political inclinations. The reviewers should refrain from reviewing an article for which they are not competent enough. Furthermore, they should disclose any conflicts of interest.The editors must alsoavoid disclosing any information about the research paper under consideration to others, except for the reviewers, and thereby observe the confidentiality terms.
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مجله ی تحقیقات پایه در علوم پزشکی Journal of Basic Research in Medical Sciences
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