Editorial staff of the journal “Science and Healthcare” follows ethical norms, accepted by the international scientific society. Editorial staff follows recommendations of Committee on Publication Ethics, COPE in its operations (Committee on Publication Ethics, COPE)

When preparing issue of the journal, editorial staff follows “Uniform Requirements for Manuscripts Submitted to Biomedical Journals: writing and editing of biomedical publications”, approved by the International Committee of Medical Journal Editors (ICMJE.org) http://www.icmje.org/recommendations/

Expansion policy and conflict of interests

Covering letter should contain information of any conflict of interest which may occur and affect interpretation of an article.   

Unpublished materials, received from manuscript submitted, can’t be used for personal studies without written consent of the author.

Borrowing and piracy

Authors must ensure that an article submitted is original.

Editorial staff of the journal “Science and Healthcare” examines the material through the “Antipiracy” system in order to make sure the article submitted not contains borrowed content. If there are too many borrowings in the article, editorial staff doesn’t accept it for publication.