Publication Ethics

  • Honesty and accuracy in documenting, analyzing, and publishing data and results, without lying, misleading, or deceiving.

  • Non-bias or manipulation of the design of the research process, data analysis, and presentation.

  • Be careful and not neglect and work to reduce human and methodological errors to a minimum.

  • Opening, sharing data and results from researchers and accepting constructive criticism.

  • Respecting privacy and maintaining the confidentiality of information.

  • Publishing for the purpose of development and benefiting humanity, not to gain personal interests only.

  • Respecting the human self and not violating human rights and dignity.

  • Respecting researchers and colleagues, enhancing their capabilities, and enabling them to make their own decisions.