Apex Journal International - Instruction to Authors
The author should not submit concurrent manuscripts (or manuscripts
essentially describing the same subject
matter) to multiple journals. Likewise, an
author should not submit any paper
previously published anywhere to the
journals for consideration. The publication
of articles on specific subject matter, such
as clinical guidelines and translations, in
more than one journal is acceptable if
certain conditions are met.
The author should present a precise and
brief report of his or her research and an
impartial description of its significance.
The author should honestly gather and
interpret his or her research data.
Publishers, editors, reviewers, and readers
are entitled to request the author to
provide the raw data for his or her research
for convenience of editorial review and
public access. If practicable, the author
should retain such data for any possible use
The author should guarantee that the works
he or she has submitted are original. If the
author has used work and/or words by others,
appropriate citations are required.
Plagiarism in all its forms constitutes
unethical publishing behavior and is
The author should indicate explicitly all
sources that have supported the research and
also declare any conflict(s) of interest.
The author should give due acknowledgement
to all of those who have made contributions
to the research. Those who have contributed
significantly to the research should be
listed as coauthors. The author should
ensure that all coauthors have affirmed the
final version of the paper and have agreed
on its final publication.
The author should promptly inform the
journal editor of any obvious error(s) in
his or her published paper and cooperate
earnestly with the editor in retraction or
correction of the paper. If the editor is
notified by any party other than the author
that the published paper contains an obvious
error, the author should write a retraction
or make the correction based on the medium