The IJLPR aims to publish research that is innovative, pertinent, and greatly beneficial to the advancement of society and the quality of life in this globe. The Journal uses a highly ethical publishing process to accomplish this goal of knowledge distribution and to encourage excellence in the field of medicine.
Policies guiding the application of ethical standards are strictly upheld. Additionally, any instance of non-compliance with the Journal's ethical standards is taken seriously.
If plagiarism is detected in a manuscript submitted to the IJLPR, actions are taken to ensure that only original works are published. Learn more about the IJLPR's anti-plagiarism policy [click here] .
Every manuscript that is submitted will go through double blind peer review. To avoid any potential prejudice in the review, neither the author nor the reviewer will be exposed. To view the Peer review visit our peer review process [click here].
Consent for identifying information
Regarding consent to publish identifying information, the Journal complies with the guidelines established by the International Committee of Medical Journal Editors (ICMJE). Manuscripts that contain data, photos, or material that can be used to personally identify a patient or an individual will not be accepted for publication. To learn more about this, visit Consent to use identifiable information [click here].
Conflict of interest
A study project's approach may be influenced by factors like monetary interest, material benefit, personal interest, or any other similar interest. A conflict of interest results if this effect is present. From the perspectives of authors, editors, and peer reviewers, there are numerous opportunities for conflicts of interest to arise during the editorial and peer review process. To ensure the integrity of the author's works is not harmed or compromised, all parties must freely disclose any information about potential conflicts of interest. The International Committee of Medical Journal Editors (ICMJE) criteria for the consent to publish identifiable information are met by the Journal.
Manuscripts that contain data, photos, or material that can be used to personally identify a patient or an individual are rejected from publication. To learn more about this conflict of interest [click here].
To know more about Publication Policies, Kindly https://publicationethics.org/oversight.
Principles of Transparency and Best Practice in Scholarly Publishing
COPE Council.COPE Guidelines: A Short Guide to Ethical Editing for New Editors.May 2019