Guiding Principles for Ethical Publishing
At Medwin Publishers, we view sharing knowledge as more than just a task –
it's about upholding quality and credibility. We're committed to ethical publishing
practices across all our journals, ensuring that editors maintain the highest standards.
Our Unique Approach:
We take a no-nonsense stance on ethics. Our team rigorously investigates any
claims of misconduct, safeguarding against legal issues and ensuring the accuracy of medical
information. Originality is our mantra, and we're dedicated to avoiding any publishing
Our Policies Made Simple:
Authorship, Competing Interests, and Funding:
- Shared Responsibility: Authors are partners in the publication
journey. They share responsibility for the submitted and published work.
- Transparency is Key: Authors must openly disclose any conflicts
interest that might influence the interpretation of their work. This ensures
transparency and helps readers assess the study's objectivity.
- Funding Acknowledgment: Authors need to declare any funding
for their work. This acknowledgment is not merely a formality; it's a crucial aspect of
maintaining transparency and credibility.
- Editorial Scrutiny: Articles are accepted for publication only
the editor has thoroughly reviewed and ensured adherence to ethical standards.
Research Ethics, Misconduct, Plagiarism, and Dual Publication:
- Honest Presentation: Authors are expected to present their
research results clearly, without fabrication, falsification, or inappropriate
manipulation of data. This ensures the integrity of the scientific record.
- Originality is Paramount: Submitted work should be original and
not have been published elsewhere. Duplication of an article with another already
published piece is strictly prohibited.
- Notice of Redundancy: If redundancy is identified, a notice
will be published to inform the readership about the duplication and the steps taken to
- Experiments Involving Living Subjects: Ethical Approval:
Studies involving patients require approval from an ethics committee. Authors must
obtain informed consent, demonstrating a commitment to the ethical treatment of
- Transparency in Hazardous Situations: If the work involves
hazardous materials, procedures, or equipment, a brief statement identifying the
institutional and/or licensing committee that approved the experiments must be included.
This ensures that potential risks are acknowledged and addressed.
In a world of complexity, we simplify the path to ethical publishing.
MedWin Publishers – where professionalism meets simplicity for exceptional knowledge