Ethical standards for publication exist to ensure premium scientific publications, author trust in scientific researches. EMS Publishers abides by code of conduct and aims to adhere to its Best Practice Guidelines of the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE).
Major Publication Ethics we follow are:
-Human and Animal Rights
-Conflicts of Interest
All journals published by EMS Publishers are committed to publishing only unique material. EMS Publishers as a participant of Cross Check uses the standard Plagiarism checker software to detect instances of overlapping and similar text in submitted manuscripts. Any articles that are plagiarized from an articles by other authors, whether published or unpublished, will deserve plagiarism approve.
Articles which have been published elsewhere will incur duplicate submission/publication sanctions. If any author/authors have used their own previously published task as the origin for a submitted article, then they are essential to cite the preceding work and specify how their submitted article offers original contributions beyond those of the previous work.
Human and Animal Rights: All articles published with EMS Publishers must adhere to high ethical standards concerning human being volunteers and animal welfare. Ethical permission letter and clearance documents are required, if applicable.
Conflicts of interest (CoI) crop up when issues outside investigation could be reasonably perceived to affect the objective of the review. Major CoI must be declared – whether or not they actually had an influence – to allow informed decisions.
EMS Publishers aims to avoid handing over submissions to editor/editors, and engaging reviewers, who have a conflict; they should refuse in any of the above condition and declare any conflicts to the Editor in Chief.
Authors require obtaining consent for publication from all contributors and participants of the work with his/her original autograph while submitting their article.