Publication Ethics

The publication ethics of JURNAL MANAJEMEN INFORMASI DAN ADMINISTRASI KESEHATAN have 3 (three) basic principles, including:

Neutrality, free from conflicts of interest.
Justice, granting the author's rights.
Honesty, free from duplication, fabrication, forgery and plagiarism.

Apart from that, it also has 4 (four) pillars of scientific publications that serve as references, including:

Publishers, have duties that include establishing publication policies and programs, facilitating the work of editors and reviewers, respecting the decisions of editors and reviewers, as well as determining sponsors and selecting third parties. In publication practices, publishers are obliged to guarantee that submitted articles comply with overall scientific publication ethics. When it comes to sponsorship, publishers need to ensure that sponsors and third parties do not complicate rewards and influence journal policies and programs.

The editor is tasked with making decisions regarding the publication of the manuscript, reviewing the manuscript regarding the systematics of writing, as well as ensuring the fairness of the results of the manuscript review, confidentiality of content, and protecting the manuscript (manipulation).

Reviewers are tasked with reviewing manuscripts behind closed doors, checking the accuracy and authenticity of data sources (substance), references and concepts, as well as objectivity regarding the contents of the manuscript and conducting a review.

The author is given the authority to improve the manuscript in accordance with input, suggestions and directions from either the editor or reviewer, a statement of the authenticity of the manuscript, detection of possible duplication of the manuscript (plagiarism check), acknowledgment of sponsorship, statement of authority and statement from the source of research funding.