Author/authors are not allowed to reveal personal details of the researched. Works, which present a person as a subject of their research, should be accepted by institutional bioethical commission and this information should be stated in the description of methodology of the research. Also, research in the field of experimental studies should be accepted by institutional bioethical commission and this information should be stated in the description of methodology of the research .
Author/ authors should give all sources of the financial support, if there were any. They should state the name of their sponsor, institution and grant as well as their connections with the subject.
Author/authors should forward to the editorial office their original works only. They must ensure that works have been correctly quoted or listed. Plagiarism is treated as an unethical behaviour.
"Ghost-writing" and "guest authorship" („Honorary authorship”) as cases of scientific misconduct will be published. Editorial office monitors all forms of scientific misconduct, especially violations of binding ethical rules .
"Ghost-writing" occurs when someone provided a significant contribution to the work, however their role has not been revealed.
"Guest authorship” („Honorary authorship”) occurs when a person’s contribution to the work is marginal or none, however the person is mentioned as a co-author of the work.