Publication Ethics


IJCNCS is intended to promote publication of Clinical and Nonclinical Case Studies which are medically interesting and valuable and technically correct. The journal promotes submission of useful clinical and nonclinical case study reports, original research articles and reviews. We follow the guiding principles of “COPE” for publication. All submissions are peer-reviewed. With care and publish all Case Studies reports and research papers. Reviewers’ recommendations shall be considered for final decision making such as “accepted or accepted with minor revision or accepted with major modification, or rejected”. The author(s) of the manuscript ought to make sure that they have written totally original case reports/ research works. Moreover the authors are discouraged from unprincipled and improper practice of publishing the same manuscript in more than one journal at the same time IJCNCS deject all kinds of plagiarism. IJCNCS encourage authorship to those individuals who have made substantial contributions to the work on a concept, plan, design and interpretation of the results reported in the study. Submissions of manuscript to this IJCNCS imply that all the author(s) have agreed with the content of the manuscript. IJCNCS shall not take accountability for any dispute related to authorship.

The author(s) of the manuscript ought to state that the case study reports/ research article has not been submitted elsewhere for publication. Authors ought to make certain that submission of manuscript to IJCNCS would result into no breach of agreement. The case study reports/ research article ought to meet all applicable requirements of the ethics of experimentation and research. IJCNCS is published in ONLINE only. Authors should note that no hard copy shall be published at this point of time.