Publication Principles and Ethics Rules

Journal of Anatolian Medicine ensures the development and distribution of information in an impartial and respectful manner. It is necessary to declare from all authors, editors and consultants that there is no conflict of interest associated with the application or evaluation of an article.

In the publishing process, it is important that all stakeholders (editors, consultants, researchers, authors, readers, publishers, etc.) of the Journal of Anatolian Medicine comply with the standards of ethical principles. Plagiarism, forgery of data or misleading publications, repetition of publication, dividing publication, and people who do not contribute to the research are among the cases that do not fall within the scope of ethical rules.

Before the articles are published in this journal (excluding abstracts), any part of the data must not have been published or submitted for publication in another journal or paper. Authors are required to send a signed copyright to the Journal of Anatolian Medicine when their articles are accepted for publication.

The copyright signature letter must be signed by all authors (or contact author) and a copy must be sent to the journal's editorial coordinator. All articles published in the journal are under the responsibility of the author (s).

Ethical Responsibilities of Authors

Author (s) who submit a study to Anatolian Medicine Journal must comply with the following ethical responsibilities.

* The studies submitted by the author (s) must be original.

* If the author (s) benefit from other studies or use other studies, they are required to quote completely and accurately.

* People who do not contribute to the preparation of the research and the creation of the article should not be written as authors.

* The situations and relations of all the works that may constitute a conflict of interest, if any, must be explained.

* Authors must declare any financial source support for their work.

* Authors must declare compliance with the risk assessment procedures required by their institution in the method section.

* Study data related to their articles can be requested from the author (s) within the framework of evaluation processes, In such a case, the author (s) should be ready to present the expected data and information to the editorial board and scientific board.

* Author (s) must have obtained the necessary permissions for the research / analysis (both the approval of the GETAT Ethics Committees and the approval of the General Directorate of Health Services of the Ministry of Health) It should have an "informed consent form" showing that the consent of the volunteers included in the study has been obtained.

* Notify the editor of the journal or the publisher if he / she notices a mistake or mistake about the work of the author (s) in the published, early appearance or evaluation stage. They should cooperate with the editor in correction or retraction.

* Authors cannot have their work in the application process of more than one journal at the same time. beach application can be started following completion of the previous application. Work published in another journal cannot be submitted.

* Adding authors, changing the order of the authors or removing authors cannot be made for a study whose evaluation process has started.