NRJP Ethics

NRJP Ethics

Suspected Misconduct

(What to do?)

NRJP Journals follow procedure prescribed by COPE’s with cases of suspected misconduct

In Case of Suspect Redundant  or Duplicate Publication

Suspected redundant publication in a submitted manuscript 

Suspected redundant publication in a published article 

In Case of suspect plagiarism

Suspected plagiarism in a submitted manuscript  

Suspected plagiarism in a published article

In Case of Suspect Fabricated Data

Suspected fabricated data in a submitted manuscript

Suspected fabricated data in a published article 

In Case of Changes in authorship

Corresponding author requests addition of extra author before publication  

Corresponding author requests removal of author before publication   

Request for addition of extra author after publication   

Request for removal of author after publication   

Suspected guest, ghost or gift authorship   

Advice on how to spot authorship problems   

In Case If a Reviewer Suspects Undisclosed Conflict Of Interest (COI) In a Submitted Manuscript

In Case if a reader suspects undisclosed conflict of interest (CoI) in a published article

In Case if you suspect an ethical problem with a submitted manuscript

In Case if you suspect a reviewer has appropriated an author’s idea or data

How COPE handles complaints against editor